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Title: Index of The Project Gutenberg Works of Baroness Orczy
Author: Orczy, Emmuska Orczy, Baroness
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WORKS OF

BARONESS ORCZY



CONTENTS

##  THE SCARLET PIMPERNEL

##  THE ELUSIVE PIMPERNEL

##  I WILL REPAY

##  THE OLD MAN IN THE CORNER

##  THE NEST OF THE SPARROWHAWK

##  CASTLES IN THE AIR

##  UNTO CAESAR

##  THE BRONZE EAGLE

##  A BRIDE OF THE PLAINS

##  THE HEART OF A WOMAN

##  THE LAUGHING CAVALIER

##  PETTICOAT RULE

##  LORD TONY'S WIFE

##  THE TANGLED SKEIN

##  BEAU BROCADE

##  HIS MAJESTY'S WELL-BELOVED

##  LEATHERFACE

##  A SHEAF OF BLUEBELLS



TABLES OF CONTENTS OF VOLUMES



THE SCARLET PIMPERNEL
By Baroness Orczy



    CONTENTS


    CHAPTER I   PARIS: SEPTEMBER, 1792

    CHAPTER II  DOVER: “THE FISHERMAN'S REST”

    CHAPTER III  THE REFUGEES

    CHAPTER IV  THE LEAGUE OF THE SCARLET PIMPERNEL

    CHAPTER V  MARGUERITE

    CHAPTER VI  AN EXQUISITE OF '92

    CHAPTER VII  THE SECRET ORCHARD

    CHAPTER VIII  THE ACCREDITED AGENT

    CHAPTER IX  THE OUTRAGE

    CHAPTER X  IN THE OPERA BOX

    CHAPTER XI  LORD GRENVILLE'S BALL

    CHAPTER XII  THE SCRAP OF PAPER

    CHAPTER XIII  EITHER—OR?

    CHAPTER XIV  ONE O'CLOCK PRECISELY!

    CHAPTER XV  DOUBT

    CHAPTER XVI  RICHMOND

    CHAPTER XVII  FAREWELL

    CHAPTER XVIII      THE MYSTERIOUS DEVICE

    CHAPTER XIX  THE SCARLET PIMPERNEL

    CHAPTER XX  THE FRIEND

    CHAPTER XXI  SUSPENSE

    CHAPTER XXII  CALAIS

    CHAPTER XXIII  HOPE

    CHAPTER XXIV  THE DEATH-TRAP

    CHAPTER XXV  THE EAGLE AND THE FOX

    CHAPTER XXVI  THE JEW

    CHAPTER XXVII  ON THE TRACK

    CHAPTER XXVIII  THE PERE BLANCHARD'S HUT

    CHAPTER XXIX  TRAPPED

    CHAPTER XXX  THE SCHOONER

    CHAPTER XXXI  THE ESCAPE



THE ELUSIVE PIMPERNEL


By Baroness Orczy



    CONTENTS


    Chapter I:   Paris: 1793

    Chapter II:   A Retrospect

    Chapter III:   Ex-Ambassador Chauvelin

    Chapter IV:   The Richmond Gala

    Chapter V:   Sir Percy and His Lady

    Chapter VI:   For the Poor of Paris

    Chapter VII:   Premonition

    Chapter VIII:   The Invitation

    Chapter IX:   Demoiselle Candeille

    Chapter X:   Lady Blakeney's Rout

    Chapter XI:   The Challenge

    Chapter XII:   Time—Place—Conditions

    Chapter XIII:   Reflections

    Chapter XIV:   The Ruling Passion

    Chapter XV:   Farewell

    Chapter XVI:   The Passport

    Chapter XVII:   Boulogne

    Chapter XVIII:   No. 6

    Chapter XIX:   The Strength of the Weak

    Chapter XX:   Triumph

    Chapter XXI:   Suspense

    Chapter XXII:   Not Death

    Chapter XXIII:    The Hostage

    Chapter XXIV:   Colleagues

    Chapter XXV:   The Unexpected

    Chapter XXVI:   The Terms of the Bargain

    Chapter XXVII:   The Decision

    Chapter XXVIII:   The Midnight Watch

    Chapter XXIX:   The National Fete

    Chapter XXX:   The Procession

    Chapter XXXI:   Final Dispositions

    Chapter XXXII:   The Letter

    Chapter XXXIII:     The English Spy

    Chapter XXXIV:   The Angelus

    Chapter XXXV:   Marguerite



I WILL REPAY.

By Baroness Orczy.


PROLOGUE.,

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,

CHAPTER XVIII,

CHAPTER XIX,

CHAPTER XX,

CHAPTER XXI,

CHAPTER XXII,

CHAPTER XXIII,

CHAPTER XXIV,

CHAPTER XXV,

CHAPTER XXVI,

CHAPTER XXVII,

CHAPTER XXVIII,

CHAPTER XXIX,

CHAPTER XXX.



THE OLD MAN IN THE CORNER
By Baroness Orczy



CONTENTS

Chapter



I. — THE FENCHURCH STREET MYSTERY

II. — A MILLIONAIRE IN THE DOCK

III. — HIS DEDUCTION

IV. — THE ROBBERY IN PHILLIMORE TERRACE

V. — A NIGHT'S ADVENTURE

VI. — ALL HE KNEW

VII. — THE YORK MYSTERY

VIII. — THE CAPITAL CHARGE

IX. — A BROKEN-HEARTED WOMAN

X. — THE MYSTERIOUS DEATH ON THE UNDERGROUND RAILWAY

XI. — MR. ERRINGTON

XII. — THE LIVERPOOL MYSTERY

XIII. — A CUNNING RASCAL

XIV. — THE EDINBURGH MYSTERY

XV. — A TERRIBLE PLIGHT

XVI. — NON PROVEN

XVII. — UNDENIABLE FACTS

XVIII. — THE THEFT AT THE ENGLISH PROVIDENT BANK

XIX. — CONFLICTING EVIDENCE

XX. — AN ALIBI

XXI. — THE DUBLIN MYSTERY

XXII. — FORGERY

XXIII. — A MEMORABLE DAY

XXIV. — AN UNPARALLELED OUTRAGE

XXV. — THE PRISONER

XXVI. — A SENSATION

XXVII. — TWO BLACKGUARDS

XXVIII. — THE REGENT'S PARK MURDER

XXIX. — THE MOTIVE

XXX. — FRIENDS

XXXI. — THE DE GENNEVILLE PEERAGE

XXXII. — A HIGH-BRED GENTLEMAN

XXXIII. — THE LIVING AND THE DEAD

XXXIV. — THE MYSTERIOUS DEATH IN PERCY STREET

XXXV. — SUICIDE OR MURDER?

XXXVI. — THE END



THE NEST OF THE SPARROWHAWK
A ROMANCE OF THE XVIIth CENTURY
BY THE BARONESS ORCZY
November, 1909

CONTENTS
PART I
CHAPTER I.—THE HOUSE OF A KENTISH SQUIRE
CHAPTER II.—ON A JULY AFTERNOON
CHAPTER III.—THE EXILE
CHAPTER IV.—GRINDING POVERTY
CHAPTER V.—THE LEGAL ASPECT
CHAPTER VI.—UNDER THE SHADOW OF THE ELMS
CHAPTER VII.—THE STRANGER WITHIN THE GATES
CHAPTER VIII.—PRINCE AMÉDÉ D'ORLÉANS
CHAPTER IX.—SECRET SERVICE
CHAPTER X.—AVOWED ENMITY
CHAPTER XI.—SURRENDER
CHAPTER XII.—A WOMAN'S HEART
CHAPTER XIII.—AN IDEA
PART II
CHAPTER XIV.—THE HOUSE IN LONDON
CHAPTER XV.—A GAME OF PRIMERO
CHAPTER XVI.—A CONFLICT
CHAPTER XVII.—RUS IN URBE
CHAPTER XVIII.—THE TRAP
CHAPTER XIX.—DISGRACE
CHAPTER XX.—MY LORD PROTECTOR'S PATROL
PART III
CHAPTER XXI.—IN THE MEANWHILE
CHAPTER XXII.—BREAKING THE NEWS
CHAPTER XXIII.—THE ABSENT FRIEND
CHAPTER XXIV.—NOVEMBER THE 2D
CHAPTER XXV.—AN INTERLUDE
CHAPTER XXVI.—THE OUTCAST
CHAPTER XXVII.—LADY SUE'S FORTUNE
CHAPTER XXVIII.—HUSBAND AND WIFE
CHAPTER XXIX.—GOOD-BYE
CHAPTER XXX.—ALL BECAUSE OF THE TINDER-BOX
CHAPTER XXXI.—THE ASSIGNATION
CHAPTER XXXII.—THE PATH NEAR THE CLIFFS
PART IV
CHAPTER XXXIII.—THE DAY AFTER
CHAPTER XXXIV.—AFTERWARDS
CHAPTER XXXV.—THE SMITH'S FORGE
CHAPTER XXXVI.—THE GIRL-WIFE
CHAPTER XXXVII.—THE OLD WOMAN
CHAPTER XXXVIII.—THE VOICE OF THE DEAD
CHAPTER XXXIX.—THE HOME-COMING OF ADAM LAMBERT
CHAPTER XL.—EDITHA'S RETURN
CHAPTER XLI.—THEIR NAME
CHAPTER XLII.—THE RETURN
CHAPTER XLIII.—THE SANDS OF EPPLE
CHAPTER XLIV.—THE EPILOGUE



CASTLES IN THE AIR
By Baroness Emmuska Orczy

CONTENTS

FOREWORD

CASTLES IN THE AIR

CHAPTER I. — A ROLAND FOR HIS OLIVER

CHAPTER II. — A FOOL’S PARADISE

CHAPTER III. — ON THE BRINK

CHAPTER IV. — CARISSIMO

CHAPTER V. — THE TOYS

CHAPTER VI. — HONOUR AMONG ———

CHAPTER VII. — AN OVER-SENSITIVE HEART



"UNTO CÆSAR"
By Baroness Orczy
TABLE OF CONTENTS
CHAPTER I. 	1
CHAPTER II. 	9
CHAPTER III. 	19
CHAPTER IV. 	30
CHAPTER V. 	39
CHAPTER VI. 	54
CHAPTER VII. 	72
CHAPTER VIII. 	83
CHAPTER IX. 	107
CHAPTER X. 	119
CHAPTER XI. 	128
CHAPTER XII. 	146
CHAPTER XIII. 	155
CHAPTER XIV. 	161
CHAPTER XV. 	183
CHAPTER XVI. 	193
CHAPTER XVII. 	199
CHAPTER XVIII. 	204
CHAPTER XIX. 	209
CHAPTER XX. 	212
CHAPTER XXI. 	220
CHAPTER XXII. 	226
CHAPTER XXIII. 	233
CHAPTER XXIV. 	239
CHAPTER XXV. 	247
CHAPTER XXVI. 	257
CHAPTER XXVII. 	267
CHAPTER XXVIII. 	277
CHAPTER XXIX. 	286
CHAPTER XXX. 	296
CHAPTER XXXI. 	321
CHAPTER XXXII. 	329
CHAPTER XXXIII. 	343
CHAPTER XXXIV. 	355
CHAPTER XXXV. 	370
CHAPTER XXXVI. 	376



A STORY OF THE HUNDRED DAYS
BY BARONESS ORCZY
1915
CHAPTER 	  	PAGE
  	The Landing at Jouan 	9
I. 	The Glorious News 	14
II. 	The Old Régime 	49
III. 	The Return of the Emperor 	85
IV. 	The Empress' Millions 	138
V. 	The Rivals 	196
VI. 	The Crime 	221
VII. 	The Ascent of the Capitol 	236
VIII. 	The Sound of Revelry by Night 	261
IX. 	The Tarpeian Rock 	285
X. 	The Last Throw 	305
XI. 	The Losing Hands 	338
XII. 	The Winning Hand 	370



A BRIDE OF THE PLAINS
By Baroness Orczy
1915
CONTENTS
CHAPTER 	  	PAGE
I. 	"God Bless Them All! They Are Good Lads." 	9
II. 	"Money Won't Buy Everything." 	16
III. 	"You Will Wait for Me." 	32
IV. 	"Now That He Is Dead." 	43
V. 	"Love Will Follow." 	56
VI. 	"I Don't Wish to Marry; Not Yet." 	64
VII. 	"They Are Jews and We Are Hungarians." 	73
VIII. 	"I Put the Bunda Away Somewhere." 	84
IX. 	"Then, as Now, May God Protect You." 	93
X. 	"The Best Way of All." 	101
XI. 	"After That, Happiness Will Begin." 	106
XII. 	"It Is Too Late." 	115
XIII. 	"He Must Make You Happy." 	125
XIV. 	"It Is True." 	133
XV. 	"That Is Fair, I Think." 	137
XVI. 	"The Waters of the Maros Flow Sluggishly." 	143
XVII. 	"I Am Here to See That You Be Kind to Her." 	149
XVIII. 	"I Must Punish Her." 	162
XIX. 	"Now Go and Fetch the Key." 	174
XX. 	"You Happen to Be of My Race and of My Blood." 	186
XXI. 	"Jealous, Like a Madman." 	199
XXII. 	"I Go Where I Shall Be More Welcome." 	211
XXIII. 	"On the Eve of One's Wedding Day Too." 	226
XXIV. 	"If You Loved Me." 	232
XXV. 	"In Any Case Elsa Is Not for You." 	237
XXVI. 	"What Had Andor Done?" 	251
XXVII. 	"The Shadow That Fell from the Tall Sunflowers." 	257
XXVIII. 	"We Shall Hear of Another Tragedy By and By." 	265
XXIX. 	"Some Day." 	272
XXX. 	"Kyrie Eleison." 	282
XXXI. 	"What About Me?" 	291
XXXII. 	"The Land Beyond the Sunset." 	304



THE HEART OF A WOMAN
BY
BARONESS ORCZY
1911
CONTENTS
CHAPTER 	  	PAGE
I. 	—Which Tells of a Very Commonplace Incident 	3
II. 	—Once More the Obvious 	14
III. 	—And Now Almost Like a Dream 	17
IV. 	—Nothing Really Tangible 	32
V. 	—Just an Obvious Duty 	39
VI. 	—Just a Disagreeable Old Man 	46
VII. 	—The Part Played by a Five-Pound Note 	50
VIII. 	—And Thus the Shadow Descended 	59
IX. 	—Which Tells of the Inevitable Result 	65
X. 	—Life Must Go on Just the Same 	72
XI. 	—And There Are Social Duties to Perform 	84
XII. 	—Shall a Man Escape His Fate? 	92
XIII. 	—They Have No Heart 	95
XIV. 	—The Tale Had to Be Told 	105
XV. 	—And Many Must Be Questioned 	112
XVI. 	—And the Puppets Danced 	120
XVII. 	—And What of the Secret? 	125
XVIII. 	—It Would Not Do, You Know 	132
XIX. 	—Not All About It 	138
XX. 	—And That's the Truth 	149
XXI. 	—Have Another Cigar 	156
XXII. 	—Then the Miracle Was Wrought 	167
XXIII. 	—Why All This Mystery? 	179
XXIV. 	—A Herd of Cackling Geese 	183
XXV. 	—The Fog Was Dense, I Couldn't Rightly See 	191
XXVI. 	—The Next Witness, Please 	199
XXVII. 	—And People Went Out to Luncheon 	205
XXVIII. 	—Which Tells of an Unexpected Turn of Events 	216
XXIX. 	—The World Is So Large 	223
XXX. 	—And Then Every One Went Home 	233
XXXI. 	—And There Are People Who Do Not Care 	237
XXXII. 	—A Man Must Act As He Thinks Best 	244
XXXIII. 	—If You Would Only Let Yourself Go 	249
XXXIV. 	—Which Speaks Only of Farewells 	261
XXXV. 	—Which Tells of Pictures in the Fire 	268
XXXVI. 	—People Don't Do That Sort of Thing 	274
XXXVII. 	—It Is One Human Life Against the Other 	287
XXXVIII. 	—The Hand of Death Was on Him Too 	292
XXXIX. 	—A Mere Woman Fighting for the Thing She Loved 	300
XL. 	—And Thus Her Hour Had Come 	310
XLI. 	—Which Tells of the Contents of the Note Book 	313
XLII. 	—Which Tells Once More of Commonplace Incidents 	319



THE LAUGHING CAVALIER
The Story of The Ancestor of The Scarlet Pimpernel
Baroness Orczy
1914
CONTENTS

AN APOLOGY

THE PROLOGUE

THE ADVENTURE
CHAPTER I New Year's Eve
CHAPTER II The Fracas by the Postern Gate
CHAPTER III An Interlude
CHAPTER IV Watch-night
CHAPTER V Brother and Sister
CHAPTER VI The Counsels of Prudence
CHAPTER VII Three Philosophers and their Friends
CHAPTER VIII The Lodgings which were Paid for
CHAPTER IX The Painter of Pictures
CHAPTER X The Laughing Cavalier
CHAPTER XI The Bargain
CHAPTER XII The Portrait
CHAPTER XIII The Spanish Wench
CHAPTER XIV After Evensong
CHAPTER XV The Halt at Bennebrock
CHAPTER XVI Leyden
CHAPTER XVII An Understanding
CHAPTER XVIII The Start
CHAPTER XIX In the Kingdom of the Night
CHAPTER XX Back Again in Haarlem
CHAPTER XXI A Grief-stricken Father
CHAPTER XXII A Double Pledge
CHAPTER XXIII A Spy from the Camp
CHAPTER XXIV The Birth of Hate
CHAPTER XXV An Arrant Knave
CHAPTER XXVI Back to Houdekerk
CHAPTER XXVII Thence to Rotterdam
CHAPTER XXVIII Check
CHAPTER XXIX Check Again
CHAPTER XXX A Nocturne
CHAPTER XXXI The Molens
CHAPTER XXXII A Run Through the Night
CHAPTER XXXIII The Captive Lion
CHAPTER XXXIV Protestations
CHAPTER XXXV The Witness for the Defence
CHAPTER XXXVI Brother Philosophers
CHAPTER XXXVII Dawn
CHAPTER XXXVIII The Hour
CHAPTER XXXIX "Sauve Qui Peut"
CHAPTER XL The Loser Pays
CHAPTER XLI "Vengeance is Mine"
CHAPTER XLII The Fight in the Doorway
CHAPTER XLIII Leyden Once More
CHAPTER XLIV Blake of Blakeney
CHAPTER XLV The End



PETTICOAT RULE

BY
BARONESS ORCZY
1909
CONTENTS
PART I
THE GIRL
CHAPTER 	  	PAGE
I. 	—A Farewell Banquet 	3
II. 	—The Rulers of France 	10
III. 	—Pompadour's Choice 	23
IV. 	—A Woman's Surrender 	32
V. 	—The First Trick 	45
VI. 	—A False Position 	51
VII. 	—The Young Pretender 	58
VIII. 	—The Last Trick 	72
IX. 	—The Winning Hand 	82
PART II
THE STATESMAN
X. 	—The Beggar on Horseback 	95
XI. 	—La Belle Irène 	103
XII. 	—The Promises of France 	112
XIII. 	—The Weight of Etiquette 	127
XIV. 	—Royal Favours 	136
XV. 	—Diplomacy 	148
XVI. 	—Strangers 	160
PART III
THE WOMAN
XVII. 	—Splendid Isolation 	179
XVIII. 	—Clever Tactics 	185
XIX. 	—A Crisis 	201
XX. 	—A Farewell 	212
XXI. 	—Royal Thanks 	215
XXII. 	—Paternal Anxiety 	221
XXIII. 	—The Queen's Soirée 	228
XXIV. 	—Gossip 	233
XXV. 	—The First Doubt 	238
XXVI. 	—The Awful Certitude 	245
XXVII. 	—A Fall 	267
XXVIII. 	—Husband and Wife 	276
XXIX. 	—The Fate of the Stuart Prince 	294
XXX. 	—M. de Stainville's Seconds 	308
XXXI. 	—The Final Disappointment 	321
XXXII. 	—The Dawn 	328
XXXIII. 	—The Ride 	333
XXXIV. 	—"Le Monarque" 	338
XXXV. 	—The Stranger 	349
XXXVI. 	—Revenge 	359
XXXVII. 	—The Letter 	370
XXXVIII. 	—The Home in England 	375



LORD TONY'S WIFE

AN ADVENTURE OF THE
SCARLET PIMPERNEL
BY
BARONESS ORCZY

[vii]
CONTENTS
  	  	PAGE
Prologue: Nantes, 1789 	  	11
  	BOOK ONE: BATH, 1793

CHAPTER
I. 	The Moor 	43
II. 	The Bottom Inn 	50
III. 	The Assembly Rooms 	78
IV. 	The Father 	100
V. 	The Nest 	109
VI. 	The Scarlet Pimpernel 	123
VII. 	Marguerite 	130
VIII. 	The Road to Portishead 	134
IX. 	The Coast of France 	147

  	BOOK TWO: NANTES, DECEMBER, 1793

I. 	The Tiger's Lair 	163
II. 	Le Bouffay 	195
III. 	The Fowlers 	212
IV. 	The Net 	234
V. 	The Message of Hope 	256
VI. 	The Rat Mort 	267
VII. 	The Fracas in the Tavern 	279
VIII. 	The English Adventurers 	299
IX. 	The Proconsul 	313
X. 	Lord Tony 	327



THE TANGLED SKEIN

BY
THE BARONESS ORCZY
1907
CONTENTS
PART I
MIRRAB—THE WITCH
CHAP. 	  	PAGE
I. 	East Molesey Fair 	11
II. 	The Witch's Tent 	17
III. 	Mischief Brewing 	23
IV. 	Friends and Enemies 	28
V. 	Ladies and Gallants 	33
VI. 	The Lady Ursula 	41
VII. 	His Grace of Wessex 	46
VIII. 	Silken Bonds 	52
IX. 	The Veiled Witch 	59
PART II
THE LADY URSULA
X. 	A Bevy of Fair Maidens 	73
XI. 	The Fairest of Them All 	80
XII. 	Intrigues 	88
XIII. 	His Eminence 	93
XIV. 	The Destinies of Europe 	99
XV. 	The Hand of Fate 	103
XVI. 	The Ultimatum 	114
XVII. 	An Armed Truce 	120
XVIII. 	The Veiled Witch 	127
PART III
A GAME OF CHESS
XIX. 	The Pawns 	139
XX. 	Departure 	153
XXI. 	The Black Knight 	159
XXII. 	The White Queen 	168
XXIII. 	Check to the Queen 	177
XXIV. 	Check to the King 	187
XXV. 	The Cardinal's Move 	192
XXVI. 	The Provocation 	198
XXVII. 	The Fight 	204
XXVIII. 	The Sequel of the Comedy 	210
XXIX. 	Check-Mate 	217
PART IV
HIS GRACE OF WESSEX
XXX. 	Thoughts 	225
XXXI. 	Marye, the Queene 	229
XXXII. 	A Bargain 	243
XXXIII. 	In the Lord Chancellor's Court 	252
XXXIV. 	Westminster Hall 	269
XXXV. 	The Trial 	279
XXXVI. 	Afterwards 	294
XXXVII. 	The Cardinal's Puppets 	300
XXXVIII. 	The Last Farewell 	306
XXXIX. 	A Forlorn Hope 	314
XL. 	Poor Mirrab 	318
XLI. 	The End 	331



BEAU BROCADE
A ROMANCE
BY THEBARONESS ORCZY
1912

CONTENTS

PART I.-THE FORGE.

CHAP.

    BY ACT OF PARLIAMENT

    THE FORGE OF JOHN STICH

    THE FUGITIVE

    JOCK MIGGS, THE SHEPHERD

    "THERE'S NONE LIKE HER, NONE!"

    A SQUIRE OF HIGH DEGREE

    THE HALT AT THE MOORHEN

    THE REJECTED SUITOR

    SIR HUMPHREY'S FAMILIAR

    A STRANGER AT THE FORGE

    THE STRANGER'S NAME

    THE BEAUTIFUL WHITE ROSE

    A PROPOSAL AND A THREAT

    THE FIGHT IN THE FORGE

PART II.-THE HEATH.

    THE OUTLAW

    A RENCONTRE ON THE HEATH

    A FAITHFUL FRIEND

    MOONLIGHT ON THE HEATH

    HIS OATH

PART III.-BRASSINGTON.

    A THRILLING NARRATIVE

    MASTER MITTACHIP'S IDEA

    AN INTERLUDE

    A DARING PLAN

    HIS HONOUR, SQUIRE WEST

    SUCCESS AND DISAPPOINTMENT

    THE MAN HUNT

    JOCK MIGGS'S ERRAND

    THE QUARRY

    THE DAWN

PART IV.-H.R.H. THE DUKE OF CUMBERLAND.

    SUSPENSE

    "WE'VE GOTTEN BEAU BROCADE"

    A PAINFUL INCIDENT

    THE AWAKENING

    A LIFE FOR A LIFE

    QUITS

    THE AGONY OF PARTING

    REPARATION

    THE JOY OF RE-UNION



HIS MAJESTY'S WELL-BELOVED
AN EPISODE IN THE LIFE OF MR. THOMAS BETTERTON AS TOLD BY
HIS FRIEND JOHN HONEYWOOD
BY BARONESS ORCZY
1919

CONTENTS

CHAPTER

    How it all Began

    The Rift Within the Lute

    A Criminal Folly

    More than a Passing Fancy

    The Outrage

    The Gathering Storm

    An Assembly of Traitors

    The Lion's Wrath

    A Last Chance

    The Hour

    Rumours and Conjectures

    Poisoned Arrows

    The Lady Pleads

    The Ruling Passion

    More Deaf than Adders

    The Game of Love



LEATHERFACE
A TALE OF OLD FLANDERS
BY BARONESS ORCZY
1916

CONTENTS

Prologue: Mons, September, 1572

BOOK ONE; BRUSSELS

CHAPTER

    The Blood Council

    The Subject Race

    The Ruling Caste

    Justice

    Vengeance

BOOK TWO: DENDERMONDE

    A Stranger in a Strange Land

    The Rebels

    The Watcher in the Night

    A Divided Duty

    Enemies

    Utter Loneliness

BOOK THREE: GHENT

    Reprisals

    My Faithful Watch-dog

    The Tyrants

    Two Pictures

    The Right to Die

    Truth and Perfidy

    The Last Stand

    The Hour of Victory

Epilogue



A Sheaf of Bluebells

By Baroness Orczy
1917
CONTENTS
CHAP. 	PAGE.
I. 	—The Masters of France 	1
II. 	—The Return of the Natives 	11
III. 	—The Hermits of La Vieuville 	27
IV. 	—Kindred 	42
V. 	—The Springtime of the Year 	59
VI. 	—The Legend of St. Front 	73
VII. 	—The Silent Pool 	78
VIII. 	—The General 	101
IX. 	—The Cooing of the Pigeons 	117
X. 	—The Foundries of La Frontenay 	126
XI. 	—The First Trick 	143
XII. 	—A Fool and his Folly 	157
XIII. 	—After a Year 	174
XIV. 	—The Tool 	188
XV. 	—A Note of Warning 	196
XVI. 	—The Irreparable 	212
XVII. 	—A Last Appeal 	227
XVIII. 	—The Word of the Master 	239
XIX. 	—The Parting of the Ways 	254
XX. 	—The Straw 	265
XXI. 	—The Crash of the Storm 	279
XXII. 	—Heaven and Earth 	296
XXIII. 	—An Hour's Folly 	311
XXIV. 	—After the Storm 	324
XXV. 	—The White Pigeon 	344





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