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Title: Index of the Project Gutenberg Works of Charlotte M. Yonge
Author: Yonge, Charlotte M. (Charlotte Mary)
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WORKS OF

CHARLOTTE M. YONGE



CONTENTS

##  THE HEIR OF REDCLYFFE

THE CAGED LION

##  HEARTSEASE

##  THE PIGEON PIE

##  UNDINE

##  TWO PENNILESS PRINCESSES

THE LITTLE DUKE

THE DOVE IN THE EAGLE'S NEST

COUNTESS KATE

##  THE CLEVER WOMAN OF THE FAMILY

THE STOKESLEY SECRET

##  THE DAISY CHAIN

##  THE TRIAL

##  NUTTIE'S FATHER

##  DYNEVOR TERRACE (VOL. I)

##  P DYNEVOR TERRACE (VOL. II)

##  ABBEYCHURCH

A MODERN TELEMACHUS

FRIARSWOOD POST-OFFICE

##  MY YOUNG ALCIDES

##  THE LANCES OF LYNWOOD

##  LITTLE LUCY'S WONDERFUL GLOBE

##  UNKNOWN TO HISTORY

##  LADY HESTER, OR URSULA'S NARRATIVE

##  YOUNG FOLKS' HISTORY

##  LIFE OF JOHN COLERIDGE PATTESON

##  MAGNUM BONUM

##  HENRIETTA'S WISH

##  BEECHCROFT AT ROCKSTONE

##  THE LONG VACATION

##  THE CHAPLET OF PEARLS

##  THE HERD BOY AND HIS HERMIT

##  LOVE AND LIFE

##  STRAY PEARLS

##  THE YOUNG STEP-MOTHER

##  UNDER THE STORM

##  TWO SIDES OF THE SHIELD

##  THE PILLARS OF THE HOUSE, VOL. I (OF 2)

##  THE PILLARS OF THE HOUSE, VOL. II (OF 2)

##  JOHN KEBLE'S PARISHES

##  A BOOK OF GOLDEN DEEDS

##  MODERN BROODS

THE CHOSEN PEOPLE

##  CHANTRY HOUSE

##  GRISLY GRISELL

##  CAMEOS FROM ENGLISH HISTORY

THE TWO GUARDIANS

##  THE ARMOURER'S PRENTICES

MORE BYWORDS

A REPUTED CHANGELING

THE THREE BRIDES

##  YOUNG FOLKS' HISTORY OF ROME

##  HISTORY OF FRANCE

PIONEERS AND FOUNDERS

THAT STICK

THE CARBONELS

OLD TIMES AT OTTERBOURNE

HOPES AND FEARS

##  LITTLE LUCY'S WONDERFUL GLOBE

##  AUNT CHARLOTTE'S STORIES OF GREEK HISTORY

##  SOWING AND SEWING



TABLES OF CONTENTS OF VOLUMES



THE HEIR OF REDCLYFFE
By Charlotte M. Yonge



CONTENTS


    CHAPTER 1

    CHAPTER 2

    CHAPTER 3

    CHAPTER 4

    CHAPTER 5

    CHAPTER 6

    CHAPTER 7

    CHAPTER 8

    CHAPTER 9

    CHAPTER 10

    CHAPTER 11

    CHAPTER 12

    CHAPTER 13

    CHAPTER 14

    CHAPTER 15

    CHAPTER 16

    CHAPTER 17

    CHAPTER 18

    CHAPTER 19

    CHAPTER 20

    CHAPTER 21

    CHAPTER 22

    CHAPTER 23

    CHAPTER 24

    CHAPTER 25

    CHAPTER 26

    CHAPTER 27

    CHAPTER 28

    CHAPTER 29

    CHAPTER 30

    CHAPTER 31

    CHAPTER 32

    CHAPTER 33

    CHAPTER 34

    CHAPTER 35

    CHAPTER 36

    CHAPTER 37

    CHAPTER 38

    CHAPTER 39

    CHAPTER 40

    CHAPTER 41

    CHAPTER 42

    CHAPTER 43

    CHAPTER 44



    HEARTSEASE,
    or BROTHER’S WIFE
    By Charlotte M. Yonge



    CONTENTS


        PART I

        CHAPTER 1

        CHAPTER 2

        CHAPTER 3

        CHAPTER 4

        CHAPTER 5

        CHAPTER 6


        PART II

        CHAPTER 1

        CHAPTER 2

        CHAPTER 3

        CHAPTER 4

        CHAPTER 5

        CHAPTER 6

        CHAPTER 7

        CHAPTER 8

        CHAPTER 9

        CHAPTER 10

        CHAPTER 11

        CHAPTER 12

        CHAPTER 13

        CHAPTER 14

        CHAPTER 15

        CHAPTER 16

        CHAPTER 17

        CHAPTER 18

        CHAPTER 19

        CHAPTER 20

        CHAPTER 21

        CHAPTER 22

        CHAPTER 23


        PART III

        CHAPTER 1

        CHAPTER 2

        CHAPTER 3

        CHAPTER 4

        CHAPTER 5

        CHAPTER 6

        CHAPTER 7

        CHAPTER 8

        CHAPTER 9

        CHAPTER 10

        CHAPTER 11

        CHAPTER 12

        CHAPTER 13

        CHAPTER 14

        CHAPTER 15

        CHAPTER 16

        CHAPTER 17

        CHAPTER 18



        THE PIGEON PIE
        By Charlotte M. Yonge
        1905



        CONTENTS.

        LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS.

        The Pope's Doortender. (Frontispiece.)

        The Tiber

        Curious Pottery

        Jupiter

        The Coast

        Mount Etna

        Carthage

        Roman Soldier

        Gladiatorial Shows at a Banquet

        The Forum

        Janus

        Actors

        Sybil's Cave

        Brutus condemning his sons

        Roman Ensigns, Standards, Trumpets etc.

        Head of Jupiter

        Female Costumes

        Female Costumes

        Senatorial Palace

        View of a Roman Harbor

        Roman Camp

        Ploughing

        Death of Virginia

        Chariot Races

        Arrow Machine

        Siege Machine

        Ruins of the Forum at Rome

        Entry of the Forum Romanum by the Via Sacra

        Costumes

        Costume

        Curtius leaping into the Gulf

        The Apennines

        Combat between a Mirmillo and a Samnite

        Combat between a light armed Gladiator and a Samnite

        Ancient Rome

        Pyrrhus

        Roman Orator

        Roman Ship

        Roman Order of Battle

        The wounded Gaul

        Hannibal's Vow

        In the Pyrenees,

        Meeting of Hannibal and Scipio at Zama

        Archimedes

        Hannibal

        Corinth

        Cornelia and her Sons

        Roman Centurion

        Marius

        One of the Trophies, called of Marius, at the Capitol at Rome

        The Catapult

        Island on the Coast

        Palazzo Vecchio, Florence

        Cornelius Sulla

        Coast of Tyre

        Mountains of Armenia

        Cicero

        Colossal Statue of Pompeius of the Palazzo Spada of Rome

        Pompeius

        Amphitheatre

        The Arena

        Julius Cæsar

        Cato

        Funeral Solemnities in the Columbarium of the House of Julius Cæsar at
        the Porta Capena in Rome

        Marcus Antonius

        Marcus Brutus

        Alexandria

        Caius Octavius

        Statue of Augustus at the Vatican

        Paintings in the House of Livia

        Ruins of the Palaces of Tiberius

        Agrippina

        Rome in the time of Augustus Cæsar

        Claudius

        Nero

        Arch of Titus

        Vesuvius previous to the Eruption of A.D. 63

        Persecution of the Christians

        Coin of Nero

        Temple of Antoninus and Faustina

        Marcus Aurelius

        Septimus Severus

        Antioch

        Alexander Severus

        Temple of the Sun at Palmyra

        The Catacombs at Rome

        Coin of Severus

        Diocletian

        Diocletian in Retirement

        Constantine the Great

        Constantinople

        Council of Nicea

        Catacombs

        Julian

        Arch of Constantine

        Alexandria

        Goths

        Convent on the Hills

        Julian Alps

        Roman Hall of Justice

        Colonnades of St. Peter at Rome

        Alaric's Burial

        Roman Clock

        Spanish Coast

        Vandals plundering

        Pyramids and Sphynx, Egypt

        Hunnish Camp

        St. Mark's, Venice

        The Pope's House

        Romulus Augustus resigns the Crown

        illustration

        Naples

        Constantinople

        Pope Gregory the Great

        The Pope's Pulpit

        Battle of Tours



        HISTORY OF FRANCE.
        By Charlotte M. Yonge
        CONTENTS
        	PAGE
        CHAPTER I.
        THE EARLIER KINGS OF FRANCE 	1
        CHAPTER II.
        THE HUNDRED YEARS' WAR 	25
        CHAPTER III.
        THE STRUGGLE WITH BURGUNDY 	43
        CHAPTER IV.
        THE ITALIAN WARS 	52
        CHAPTER V.
        THE WARS OF RELIGION 	63
        CHAPTER VI.
        POWER OF THE CROWN 	81
        CHAPTER VII.
        THE REVOLUTION 	102
        CHAPTER VIII.
        FRANCE SINCE THE REVOLUTION 	116



        LITTLE LUCY'S WONDERFUL GLOBE
        PICTURED BY L. FROLICH,
        And Narrated By Charlotte M. Yonge



        CONTENTS
        CHAPTER I.
          	PAGE
        MOTHER BUNCH 	1

        CHAPTER II.
        VISITORS FROM THE SOUTH SEAS. 	14

        CHAPTER III.
        ITALY 	36

        CHAPTER IV.
        GREENLAND 	43

        CHAPTER V.
        TYROL 	50

        CHAPTER VI.
        AFRICA 	57

        CHAPTER VII.
        LAPLANDERS 	63

        CHAPTER VIII.
        CHINA 	70

        CHAPTER IX.
        [viii]KAMSCHATKA 	79

        CHAPTER X.
        THE TURK 	83

        CHAPTER XI.
        SWITZERLAND 	96

        CHAPTER XII.
        THE COSSACK 	102

        CHAPTER XIII.
        SPAIN 	108

        CHAPTER XIV.
        GERMANY 	114

        CHAPTER XV.
        PARIS IN THE SIEGE 	120

        CHAPTER XVI.
        THE AMERICAN GUEST 	126

        CHAPTER XVII.
        THE DREAM OF ALL NATIONS         	137

        [ix]
        LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS.
          	PAGE
        "I'M LOOKING AT THE GREAT BIG GLOBE THAT UNCLE JOE SAID I MIGHT TOUCH," SAID LUCY
        	Front.
        "DO PLEASE SIT DOWN, THERE'S A GOOD MOTHER BUNCH, AND TELL ME ALL ABOUT THEM?"
        	19
        LUCY HAD A GREAT SNEEZING FIT, AND WHEN SHE LOOKED AGAIN INTO THE SMOKE, WHAT DID SHE SEE BUT TWO LITTLE BLACK FIGURES
        	23
        "I AM SO GLAD TO SEE YOU: HUSH, DON! DON'T BARK SO"
        	26
        "I CAN EAT MUCH BETTER WITHOUT," SAID LAVO
        	31
        LAVO HAD CLIMBED UP THE SIDE OF THE DOOR, AND WAS SITTING ASTRIDE ON THE TOP OF IT
        	34
        "AH! CECCO, CECCO!" CRIED THE LITTLE GIRL, PAUSING AS SHE BEAT HER TAMBOURINE
        	39
        "IS THAT THE WAY YOU GET FISH?" SHE ASKED
        	46[x]
        "HELP ME: I'M AFRAID," SAID LUCY
        	53
        HARK! THERE'S A CRY, AND OUT JUMPS A LITTLE BLACK FIGURE, WITH A STOUT CLUB IN HIS HAND
        	59
        AND HERE BESIDE HER WAS A LITTLE FELLOW WITH A BOW AND ARROWS SUCH AS SHE HAD NEVER SEEN BEFORE
        	65
        "IS IT NOT GOOD?" SAID THE LITTLE HOSTESS
        	73
        WHISKING OVER THE SNOW, WITH ALL HER MIGHT AND MAIN, MUFFLED UP IN CLOAKS AND FURS
        	78
        "MARRIED! OH NO, YOU ARE JOKING"
        	87
        "I WILL SHOW YOU WHERE YOU LIVE—THIS IS CONSTANTINOPLE"
        	93
        "I CUT IT OUT WITH MY KNIFE; ALL MYSELF"
        	99
        WHILE HE JERKED OUT HIS ARMS AND LEGS AS IF THEY WERE PULLED BY STRINGS
        	103
        "SEE NOW," CRIED THE SPANIARD; "STAND THERE! AH! HAVE YOU NO CASTANETS?"
        	111
        [xi]"WHAT ARE YOU ABOUT, LITTLE BOY?"
        	115
        "AH! MADEMOISELLE, GOOD MORNING; ARE YOU COME HERE TO TAKE SHELTER FROM THE SHELLS?"
        	122
        "WHAT CAN THAT BE, COMING AT THIS TIME OF DAY?"
        	127
        "GOOD MORNING, WHERE DO YOU COME FROM?"
        	130
        OH! SUCH A DIN
        	136



        AUNT CHARLOTTE'Sstories of GREEK HISTORY
        By Charlotte M. Yonge
        CONTENTS

        chap.



        page

        I.


        Olympus


        11

        II.


        Light and Dark


        18

        III.


        The Peopling of Greece


        26

        IV.


        The Hero Perseus


        35

        V.


        The Labours of Hercules


        42

        VI.


        The Argonauts


        51

        VII.


        The Success of the Argonauts


        59

        VIII.


        The Choice of Paris


        68

        IX.


        The Siege of Troy


        76

        X.


        The Wanderings of Ulysses


        84

        XI.


        The Doom of the Atrides


        94

        XII.


        After the Heroic Age


        102

        XIII.


        Lycurgus and the Laws of Sparta. b.c. 884–668


        110

        XIV.


        Solon and the Laws of Athens. b.c. 594–546


        118

        XV.


        Pisistratus and his Sons. b.c. 558–499


        126

        XVI.


        The Battle of Marathon. b.c. 490


        134

        XVII.


        The Expedition of Xerxes. b.c. 480


        142

        XVIII.


        The Battle of Platæa. b.c. 479–460


        151

        XIX.


        The Age of Pericles. b.c. 464–429


        159

        p. 6XX.


        The Expedition to Sicily. b.c. 415–413


        167

        XXI.


        The Shore of the Goat’s River. b.c. 406–402


        174

        XXII.


        The Retreat of the Ten Thousand. b.c. 402–399


        181

        XXIII.


        The Death of Socrates. b.c. 399


        189

        XXIV.


        The Supremacy of Sparta. b.c. 396


        196

        XXV.


        The Two Theban Friends. b.c. 387–362


        203

        XXVI.


        Philip of Macedon. b.c. 364


        210

        XXVII.


        The Youth of Alexander. b.c. 356–334


        217

        XXVIII.


        The Expedition to Persia. b.c. 334


        224

        XXIX.


        Alexander’s Eastern Conquests. b.c. 331–328


        231

        XXX.


        The End of Alexander. b.c. 328


        238

        XXXI.


        The Last Struggles of Athens. b.c. 334–311


        245

        XXXII.


        The Four New Kingdoms. b.c. 311–287


        252

        XXXIII.


        Pyrrhus, King of Epirus. b.c. 287


        258

        XXXIV.


        Aratus and the Achaian League. b.c. 267


        265

        XXXV.


        Agis and the Revival of Sparta. b.c. 244–236


        272

        XXXVI.


        Cleomenes and the Fall of Sparta. b.c. 236–222


        279

        XXXVII.


        Philopœmen, the Last of the Greeks. b.c. 236–184


        286

        XXXVIII.


        The Fall of Greece. b.c. 189–146


        293

        XXXIX.


        The Gospel in Greece. b.c. 146–a.d. 60


        300

        XL.


        Under the Roman Empire


        308

        XLI.


        The Frank Conquest. 1201–1446


        315

        XLII.


        The Turkish Conquest. 1453–1670


        322

        XLIII.


        The Venetian Conquest and Loss. 1684–1796


        328

        XLIV.


        The War of Independence. 1815


        334

        XLV.


        The Kingdom of Greece. 1822–1875


        340

        p. 7 Decorative chapter header

        LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS.



        page

        Mount Olympus


        11

        Head of Jupiter


        14

        Supposed Temple of Jupiter Panhellenius in Ægina


        19

        Head of Pallas


        21

        Triptolemus


        23

        Mars and Victory


        25

        Mount Parnassus


        27

        The World according to the Greeks


        30

        Perseus and Andromeda


        38

        Cyclopean Wall


        41

        Scene in the Arachnæan Mountains near Argos


        44

        Building the Argo


        53

        Corinth


        62

        Plains of Troy


        69

        Greek Ships


        73

        Achilles binding his Armour on Patroclus


        78

        Sepulchral Mound, known as the Tomb of Ajax


        80

        Laocöon


        82

        Funeral Feast


        83

        Ulysses tied to the Mast


        89

        p. 8Port of Ithaca


        91

        Plain of Sparta, with Mount Taygetus


        97

        Greek Interior


        106

        Greek Robe


        107

        Male Costume


        108

        Gate of Mycenæ


        119

        Shores of the Persian Gulf


        129

        View in the Vicinity of Athens


        141

        Pass of Thermopylæ


        145

        Salamis


        148

        Persian Soldier


        152

        Tombs at Platæa


        153

        The Acropolis, Athens


        162

        Propylæa, Athens


        163

        The Academic Grove, Athens


        168

        Athens


        180

        Babylon


        182

        Greek Armour


        188

        Socrates


        190

        Plato


        193

        View on the Eurotas in Laconia


        202

        Thessalonica


        209

        Demosthenes


        212

        Diana of Ephesus


        218

        Alexander


        222

        Bacchanals


        223

        Alexander the Great


        225

        Second Temple of Diana at Ephesus


        227

        Princes of Persia


        234

        Supposed Walls of Babylon


        242

        p. 9Site of Susa, ancient Metropolis of Persia


        244

        Gate of Hadrian in Athens


        247

        Macedonian Soldier


        255

        Delphi and the Castalian Fount


        262

        Corinth


        267

        View looking across Isthmus of Corinth


        269

        Ruins of a Temple at Corinth


        271

        Temple of Neptune


        285

        Crowning the Victor in the Isthmian Games


        290

        Livadia, the ancient Mideia in Argolis


        292

        Sappho


        295

        Lessina, the ancient Eleusis, on the Gulf of Corinth


        297

        View from Corinth


        301

        Parthenon and Erectheum


        304

        Distant View of Parnassus


        307

        Plains of Philippi


        309

        Obelisk of Theodosius, Constantinople


        313

        An Amphitheatre


        314

        Promontory of Actium


        318

        Mount Helicon


        321

        Cathedral of St. Sophia


        323

        Temple of Minerva, on the Promontory of Sunium


        330

        Ancyra, Galatia


        332

        The Acropolis, Restored


        337

        The Isles of Greece


        344

        Plain of Marathon


        346



        SOWING AND SEWING
        A Sexagesima Story
        By Charlotte M. Yonge



        CONTENTS
        Book spine

        CHAPTER I.
        THE SERMON 	PAGE
        1

        CHAPTER II.
        THE SUNDAY SCHOOL 	13

        CHAPTER III.
        THE WORKING PARTY 	28

        CHAPTER IV.
        TEACHER AMY 	49

        CHAPTER V.
        [viii]THE TROUSSEAU 	64

        CHAPTER VI.
        STITCH, STITCH, STITCH 	79

        CHAPTER VII.
        WANDERING EYES 	101

        CHAPTER VIII.
        AMY'S VISITS 	115

        CHAPTER IX.
        AWKWARD MEETINGS 	127

        CHAPTER X.
        THE RECKONING 	150

        CHAPTER XI.
        WHICH SHALL PROSPER? 	159





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