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Title: Index of the Project Gutenberg Works of Samuel Merwin
Author: Merwin, Samuel
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CONTENTS

##  THE SHORT LINE WAR

##  THE ROAD TO FRONTENAC

##  CALUMET 'K'

##  DRUGGING A NATION

##  THE ROAD BUILDERS

##  THE MERRY ANNE

##  HENRY IS TWENTY

##  THE TRUFFLERS

##  IN RED AND GOLD

##  ANTHONY THE ABSOLUTE

##  HILLS OF HAN

##  HIS LITTLE WORLD

##  THE WHIP HAND



TABLES OF CONTENTS OF VOLUMES



THE SHORT LINE WAR
By Samuel Merwin



CONTENTS

CHAPTER I. — JIM WEEKS

CHAPTER II. — MR. McNALLY GOES TO TILLMAN CITY

CHAPTER III. — POLITICS AND OTHER THINGS

CHAPTER IV. — JIM WEEKS CLOSES IN

CHAPTER V. — TUESDAY EVENING

CHAPTER VI. — JUDGE BLACK

CHAPTER VII. — BETWEEN THE LINES

CHAPTER VIII. — JUDGE GREY

CHAPTER IX. — THE MATTER OF POSSESSION

CHAPTER X. — SOMEBODY LOSES THE BOOKS

CHAPTER XI. — A POLITICIAN

CHAPTER XII. — KATHERINE

CHAPTER XIII. — TRAIN NO. 14

CHAPTER XIV. — A CAPTURE AT BRUSHINGHAM

CHAPTER XV. — DEUS EX MACHINA

CHAPTER XVI. — McNALLY's EXPEDIENT

CHAPTER XVII. — IN THE DARK

CHAPTER XVIII. — THE COMING OF DAWN

CHAPTER XIX. — KATHERINE DECIDES

CHAPTER XX. — HARVEY

CHAPTER XXI. — THE TILLMAN CITY STOCK

CHAPTER XXII. — THE WINNING OF THE ROAD

CHAPTER XXIII. — THE SURRENDER



THE ROAD TO
FRONTENAC

BY

SAMUEL MERWIN
1901
CONTENTS
CHAPTER 		PAGE
I. 	Captain Menard Has a Lazy Day.   	1
II. 	The Maid.   	19
III. 	Mademoiselle Eats Her Breakfast.   	38
IV. 	The Long Arrow.   	61
V. 	Danton Breaks Out.   	83
VI. 	The Fight at La Gallette.   	103
VII. 	A Compliment for Menard.   	127
VIII. 	The Maid Makes New Friends.   	147
IX. 	The Word of an Onondaga.   	169
X. 	A Night Council.   	191
XI. 	The Big Throat Speaks.   	212
XII. 	The Long House.   	235
XIII. 	The Voice of the Great Mountain.   	254
XIV. 	Where the Dead Sit.   	272
XV. 	The Bad Doctor.   	293
XVI. 	At the Long Lake.   	314
XVII. 	Northward.   	337
XVIII. 	The Only Way.   	359
XIX. 	Frontenac.   	383
LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
	PAGE
“Half way down the steps was a double file of Indians chained two and two.” 	Frontispiece
“Sitting on a bundle was, a girl, perhaps eighteen or nineteen years old.” 	36
“The Indians walked silently to the fire.” 	64
“Menard stood ... smiling with the same look of scorn he had worn ... when they led him to the torture.” 	256



CALUMET "K"
By Merwin-Webster
1904
CONTENTS

CHAPTER I
CHAPTER II
CHAPTER III
CHAPTER IV
CHAPTER V
CHAPTER VI
CHAPTER VII
CHAPTER VIII
CHAPTER IX
CHAPTER X
CHAPTER XI
CHAPTER XII
CHAPTER XIII
CHAPTER XIV
CHAPTER XV
CHAPTER XVI
CHAPTER XVII
LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS

HE ... CURSED THE WHOLE G. & M. SYSTEM, FROM THE TIES UP

LAYOUT

"HERE'S THE SPOUTING HOUSE"

HE WAS DRAWING LINES ACROSS THE TIMBER

"WELL, THAT'S THE WHOLE TRICK"

IT WAS A SIMPLE SCHEME



DRUGGING A NATION


The Story of China
and the Opium Curse


A Personal Investigation, during an
Extended Tour, of the Present Conditions
of the Opium Trade in China
and Its Effects upon the Nation


By
Samuel Merwin
CONTENTS
I. 	China’s Predicament 	9
II. 	The Golden Opium Days 	20
III. 	A Glimpse Into an Opium Province 	53
IV. 	China’s Sincerity 	70
V. 	Sowing the Wind in China—Shanghai 	101
VI. 	Sowing the Wind in China—Tientsin and Hongkong  	129
VII. 	How British Chickens Came Home to Roost 	154
VIII. 	The Position of Great Britain 	178
  	Appendix 	204

[Pg 6]



[Pg 7]
ILLUSTRATIONS
  	Facing page
H. E. Tong Shao-I 	Title
Kneading Crude Opium with Oil to Make Round or Flat Cakes 	27
Making Round Cakes of Opium 	27
The Opium Hulks of Shanghai 	50
An Opium Receiving Ship or “Godown” at Shanghai 	50
The Villages were Little More than Heaps of Ruins 	54
At Last He Crawls Out on the Highway, Whining, Chattering
and Praying that a Few Copper Cash be Thrown Him 	54
Wreck and Ruin in China 	68
Enforcing the Edict at Shanghai 	88
In an Opium Den, Shanghai 	114
Opium-smoking 	114
Weighing Opium in a Government Factory in India 	154
Where the Chinaman Travels, Opium Travels too 	172



THE ROAD-BUILDERS

BY

SAMUEL MERWIN

WITH ILLUSTRATIONS BY
F. B. MASTERS
CONTENTS
CHAPTER 	  	PAGE
I. 	Young Van engages a Cook 	1
II. 	Where the Money came From 	22
III. 	At Mr. Carhart’s Camp 	37
IV. 	Jack Flagg sees Stars 	66
V. 	What They found at the Water-hole 	97
VI. 	The Road to Total Wreck 	138
VII. 	The Spirit of the Job 	185
VIII. 	Shots—and a Scouting Party 	219
IX. 	A Show-down 	246
X. 	What took Place at Red Hills 	293
ILLUSTRATIONS
‘There,’ he cried, ... ‘there, boys! That means Red Hills or bust’ 	Frontispiece
  	FACING PAGE
‘It’s all I have a right to give anybody’ 	74
‘Eighty cents,’ he muttered, ‘and for how much work?’ 	80
‘Well,’ began the boss, looking him over, ‘what kind of a cook are you?’ 	98
Wonderfully they held the pace 	114
They went on in this way for nearly an hour 	120
‘Look here, Tiffany,’ Carhart began, ‘something’s going to happen to this man Peet’ 	142
‘You go back to your quarters’ 	208
... this trestle structure which was slowly crawling, like some monster centipede, across the sands of the La Paz 	240
The cigarette dropped from Antonio’s unnerved fingers 	244
Charlie had not raised his revolver,—the muzzle still rested easily on the sill,—but it was pointing straight at Jack Flagg’s heart 	310



THE MERRY ANNE
By Samuel Merwin
Illustrated by Thomas Fogarty
1904



CONTENTS

THE MERRY ANNE

CHAPTER I—DICK AND HIS MERRY ANNE

CHAPTER II—THE NEW MATE

CHAPTER III—AT THE HOUSE ON STILTS

CHAPTER IV—THE CIRCLE MARK

CHAPTER V—BURNT COVE

CHAPTER VI—THE RED SEAL LABEL

CHAPTER VII—DRAWING TOGETHER

CHAPTER VIII—THE EVENING OF THE SAME DAY

CHAPTER IX—THE CHASE BEGINS—THURSDAY MORNING

CHAPTER X—THURSDAY NIGHT—THE GINGHAM DRESS

CHAPTER XI—THURSDAY NIGHT—VAN DEELEN'S BRIDGE

CHAPTER XII—THE MEETING

CHAPTER XIII—WHISKEY JIM

CHAPTER XIV—HARBOR LIGHTS

CHAPTER XIV—IN WHICH BEVERIDGE SURPRISES HIMSELF



HENRY IS TWENTY
A Further Episodic History of Henry Calverly, 3rd
By Samuel Merwin
1921



CONTENTS

OF PATTERNS AND PERSONS

I—THE IRRATIONAL ANIMAL

II—IN SAND-FLY TIME

III—THE STIMULANT

IV—THE WHITE STAR

V—TIGER, TIGER!

VI—ALADDIN ON SIMPSON STREET

VII—THE BUBBLE, REPUTATION

VIII—THIS BUD OF LOVE

IX—WHAT'S MONEY!

X—LOVE LAUGHS



THE TRUFFLERS
A Story
By Samuel Merwin
Illustrated by Frank Snapp
Indianapolis Bobbs-Merrill Company Publishers
1916



CONTENTS

CHAPTER I—THE GIRL IN THE PLAID COAT

CHAPTER II—THE SEVENTH-STORY MEN

CHAPTER III—JACOB ZANIN

CHAPTER IV—A LITTLE JOURNEY IN PARANOIA

CHAPTER V—PETER TREADS THE HEIGHTS

CHAPTER VI—THE WORM POURS OIL ON A FIRE

CHAPTER VII—PETER THINKS ABOUT THE PICTURES

CHAPTER VIII—SUE WALKS OVER A HILL

CHAPTER IX—THE NATURE FILM PRODUCING CO. INC.

CHAPTER X—PETER THE MAGNIFICENT

CHAPTER XI—PROPINQUITY-PLUS

CHAPTER XII—THE MOMENT AFTER

CHAPTER XIII—TWO GIRLS OF THE VILLAGE

CHAPTER XIV—THE WORM TURNS FROM BOOKS TO LIFE

CHAPTER XV—ZANIN MAKES HIMSELF FELT

CHAPTER XVI—THE WORM PROPOSES MARRIAGE IN GENERAL

CHAPTER XVII—ENTER GRACE DERRING

CHAPTER XVIII—THE WORM CONSIDERS LOVE

CHAPTER XIX—BUSINESS INTERVENES

CHAPTER XX—PETER GETS A NOTE

CHAPTER XXI—OYSTERS AT JIM'S

CHAPTER XXII—A BACHELOR AT LARGE

CHAPTER XXIII—THE BUZZER

CHAPTER XXIV—THE WILD FAGAN PERSON

CHAPTER XXV—HE WHO HESITATED

CHAPTER XXVI—ENTER MARIA TONIFETTI

CHAPTER XXVII—PETER IS DRIVEN TO ACT

CHAPTER XXVIII—SUE DOES NOT SEND FOR PETER

CHAPTER XXIX—AT THE CORNER OF TENTH

CHAPTER XXX—FIFTY MINUTES FROM BROADWAY

CHAPTER XXXI—A PAIR OF RED BOOTS

CHAPTER XXXII—CHAPTER ONE

CHAPTER XXXIII—EARTHY BROWNS AND GREENS

CHAPTER XXXIV—ONE DOES FORGET ABOUT HAPPINESS

CHAPTER XXXV—THE NATURE FILM

CHAPTER XXXVI—APRIL! APRIL!

CHAPTER XXXVII—REENTER MARIA TONIFETTI

CHAPTER XXXVIII—PETER STEALS A PLAY

CHAPTER XXXIX—A MOMENT OF MELODRAMA

CHAPTER XL—HIS UNCONQUERABLE SOUL



IN RED AND GOLD
By Samuel Merwin
Frontispiece by Cyrus Leroy Baldridge
1921



CONTENTS

CHAPTER I—FELLOW VOYAGERS

CHAPTER II—BETWEEN THE WORLDS

CHAPTER III—MISS HUI FEI

CHAPTER IV—INTRIGUE

CHAPTER V—RESURGENCE

CHAPTER VI—CONFLAGRATION

CHAPTER VII—THE INSCRUTABLE WEST

CHAPTER VIII—ABOARD THE YELLOW JUNK

CHAPTER IX—IN A GARDEN

CHAPTER X—YOUTH

CHAPTER XI—THE LANDSCAPE SCROLL OF CHAO MENG-FU

CHAPTER XII—AT THE HOUR OF THE TIGER

CHAPTER XIII—HIS EXCELLENCY SPEAKS

CHAPTER XIV—THE WORLD OF FACT

CHAPTER XV—IN A COURTYARD



ANTHONY THE ABSOLUTE
By Samuel Merwin
Illustrated By R. M. Crosby
1914



CONTENTS

ANTHONY THE ABSOLUTE

At Sea—March 28th.

Yokohama, Grand Hotel, March 20th.

Grand Hotel, Yokohama, March 30th, Early Afternoon.

Midnight—Still the 30th.

On the Railway, Coasting the Island Sea—March 31st.

Peking, April 5th, Midday.

April 5th—night.

Hôtel de Chine, Peking, April 5th—or 6th.

April 6th. Night.

April 7th.

April 8th. Noon.

Night.

April 10th.

April 11th.

April 12th.

April 12th—very late.

April 14th.

April 14, (continued).

April 15th, 11 A. M.

April 15th. Night.

April 16th. Morning,

April 17th.

Grand Hôtel des Wagon-lits. April 17th. Later.

April 18th. Morning. (At the Wagon-lits).

Late Afternoon. (still the 18th.)

April 19th. Noon.

Same date.

Same date.

Still the 19th. Very late.

April 20th.

April 21st. Early.

Same date. Night.

On the Steamer, "Hsing Mien,", Yangtze River. May 1st.



HILLS OF HAN
A Romantic Incident
By Samuel Merwin
Illustrated by Walt Louderback
1919



CONTENTS

NOTE

HILLS OF HAN

CHAPTER I—THE SOLITARY

CHAPTER II—ROMANCE

CHAPTER III—THE SHEPHERD

CHAPTER IV—THE RIDDLE OF LIFE, AND OF DEATH

CHAPTER V—IN T'AINAN

CHAPTER VI—CATASTROPHE

CHAPTER VII—LOVE IS A TROUBLE

CHAPTER VIII—THE WAYFARER

CHAPTER IX—KNOTTED LIVES

CHAPTER X—GRANITE

CHAPTER XI—EMOTION

CHAPTER XII—STORM CENTER

CHAPTER XIII—THE PLEDGE

CHAPTER XIV—DILEMMA

CHAPTER XV—THE HILLS

CHAPTER XVI—DESTINY

CHAPTER XVII—APPARITION

CHAPTER XVIII—THE DARK

CHAPTER XIX—LIVING THROUGH

CHAPTER XX—LIGHT

CHAPTER XXI—THE SOULS OF MEN

CHAPTER XXII—BEGINNINGS



HIS LITTLE WORLD
The Story of Hunch Badeau
By Samuel Merwin
Illustrated by Alonzo Kimball
1903



CONTENTS

HIS LITTLE WORLD

CHAPTER I—THE MEETING

CHAPTER II—ON THE BEACH

CHAPTER III—THE CALL

CHAPTER IV—HUNCH'S WEDDING

CHAPTER V—MAMIE'S DEVICE

CHAPTER VI—BRUCE CELEBRATES

CHAPTER VII—A LIGHT GOES OUT

CHAPTER VIII—SETTING A DAY

CHAPTER IX—THE STORM

CHAPTER X—JIM BARTLETT CALLS

CHAPTER XI—STARTING FRESH

CHAPTER XII—HUNCH AND MAMIE

CHAPTER XIII—A DARK DAY AT LIDDINGTON

CHAPTER XIV—CONSIDINE'S WORK IS ENDED

CHAPTER XV—THE LETTER

CHAPTER XVI—POP-CORN BALLS

CHAPTER XVII—OLD TIES

CHAPTER XVIII—THE HOUSE WITH THE SHINGLED FRONT



THE WHIP HAND
A Tale Of The Pine Country
By Samuel Merwin
1903



CONTENTS

BOOK I—BEGINNINGS

PROLOGUE—The Young Man at the Stern

CHAPTER I—Mr. G. Hyde Bigelow

CHAPTER II—Low Life

CHAPTER III—George and His Troubles

CHAPTER IV—The End of the Beginning


BOOK — PINE

CHAPTER I—A Decision to Fight

CHAPTER II—Under Way

CHAPTER III—Tightening the Blockade

CHAPTER IV—Mr. Babcock Breakfasts Late

CHAPTER V—A Venture in Matrimony

CHAPTER VI—A Shut-down

CHAPTER VII—Halloran Goes to Chicago

CHAPTER VIII—The Question

CHAPTER X—A Letter

CHAPTER XI—High Life at the Le Ducs

CHAPTER XII—The Pine Comes In


BOOK III — THROUGH FIRE

CHAPTER I—A Little Talk with Captain Craig

CHAPTER II—Going to Headquarters

CHAPTER III—Mr. Babcock's Last Card

CHAPTER IV—Twelve, Midnight

CHAPTER V—The Meeting

CHAPTER VII—Three Announcements

CHAPTER VIII—Leveling Down





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