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Title: Index of the Project Gutenberg Works of George Gibbs
Author: Gibbs, George
Language: English
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WORKS OF

GEORGE GIBBS


CONTENTS

##  PARADISE GARDEN

##  THE SECRET WITNESS

##  THE VAGRANT DUKE

##  THE MAKER OF OPPORTUNITIES

##  THE GOLDEN BOUGH

##  PIKE & CUTLASS

##  THE FORBIDDEN WAY

##  THE SPLENDID OUTCAST

##  IN SEARCH OF MADEMOISELLE

##  THE LOVE OF MONSIEUR

##  THE SILENT BATTLE

##  THE YELLOW DOVE

MADCAP



TABLES OF CONTENTS OF VOLUMES

PARADISE GARDEN
THE SATIRICAL NARRATIVE OF A GREAT EXPERIMENT
By George Gibbs
Illustrated By William A. Hottinger
CONTENTS
The Great Experiment
Jerry
Jerry Grows
Enter Eve
The Minx Returns
The Cabin
Jack Ballard Takes Charge
Jerry Emerges
Foot-work
Marcia
The Siren
Introducing Jim Robinson
Una
Jerry Goes Into Training
The Unknown Unmasked
The Fight
Marcia Recants
Two Embassies
The Path In The Woods
Revolt
Jerry Asks Questions
The Chipmunk
The Enemy's Country
Feet Of Clay
The Mystery Deepens
Dryad And Satyr
Revelations
ILLUSTRATIONS
"'Love!' he sneered ... 'I thought you'd say that.'"
"In the evenings sometimes I read while Jerry whittled"
"This then was Jerry's house-party—!"
"'Have pity, Jerry,' she whimpered"

THE SECRET WITNESS
By George Gibbs
Illustrated By George Brehm


CONTENTS
CHAPTER I. June 12, 1914
CHAPTER II. Court Secrets
CHAPTER III. The Habsburg Haven
CHAPTER IV. Secret Information
CHAPTER V. Two Intruders
CHAPTER VI. Herr Windt
CHAPTER VII. The Green Limousine
CHAPTER VIII. An Escape and a Capture
CHAPTER IX. Captain Goritz
CHAPTER X. Diamond Cuts Diamond
CHAPTER XI. The Man in Black
CHAPTER XII. Flight
CHAPTER XIII. Tragedy
CHAPTER XIV. The Harim
CHAPTER XV. The Lighted Windows
CHAPTER XVI. The Beg of Rataj
CHAPTER XVII. The Man in Armor
CHAPTER XVIII. Number 28
CHAPTER XIX. Disguise
CHAPTER XX. Renwick Questions
CHAPTER XXI. An Impersonation
CHAPTER XXII. The Needle in the Haystack
CHAPTER XXIII. Schloss Szolnok
CHAPTER XXIV. Prisoner and Captive
CHAPTER XXV. The Rift in the Rock
CHAPTER XXVI. The Death Grip
CHAPTER XXVII. Besieged
IN REGARD TO THE EVIDENCE IN THE CASE
Books by George Gibbs
ILLUSTRATIONS
"Your veil—quick," he stammered breathlessly.
"It is too late," she murmured. "They would see us."
"Who are you?" she asked.
His Excellency rose and bowed over her hand—
"Be quiet. People are watching you," said Goritz sternly.
"Thank you," she said simply. "I believe you."

VAGRANT DUKE
By George Gibbs
CONTENTS
CHAPTER	 	PAGE
 	Prologue	1
I	Introducing Peter Nichols	15
II	New York	27
III	The Overall Girl	42
IV	The Job	56
V	New Elements	71
VI	The House of Terror	88
VII	Music	105
VIII	The Placard	121
IX	Shad Is Unpleasant	137
X	Hawk	153
XI	Ancient History	170
XII	Confession	186
XIII	The Chase	207
XIV	Two Letters	226
XV	Superman	236
XVI	Identification	253
XVII	Peter Becomes a Conspirator	266
XVIII	Face to Face	276
XIX[Pg vi]	Yakimov Reveals Himself	291
XX	The Russian Pays	308
XXI	The Inferno	326
XXII	Retribution	343
XXIII	A Visitor	357

THE MAKER OF OPPORTUNITIES
By George Gibbs
Illustrated By Edmund Frederick
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
CHAPTER XVIII
CHAPTER XIX
CHAPTER XX
CHAPTER XXI
ILLUSTRATIONS
“But the Great Head rocks didn’t hear.”	Frontispiece
“‘I beg pardon,’ he repeated, ‘but isn’t this yours?’”	 	66
“‘What a lot of vermilion you use.’”	 	142
“‘You are supposed to be playing the golf of the New Era.’”	 	256

Golden Bough
By George Gibbs


CONTENTS
Crepuscule
Enigma
Mystery
Tanya
Khodkine
Zoya
Camouflage
Disaster
Surprises
Flight
The Plot
Pursuit
A Scent
The Clue
The Turkish Cigarette
Rescue
The Central Committee
Von Stromberg
A Samaritan
Escape
The Visitor
Pilgrims
The Priest
A Night Adventure
Kempelstein
Finis
ILLUSTRATIONS
The figure remained as before, staring past the lantern at the solitary oak . . . Frontispiece
The American caught the glint of sunlight on a weapon
Her grave eyes met his in one luminous moment
"Listen to me, Philippe! I swear to you that you have misunderstood"
"Keep down, Tanya," he cried. "It's I--Philippe"

PIKE & CUTLASS
HERO TALES OF OUR NAVY
Written & Illustrated By George Gibbs


CONTENTS
 	PAGE
The Effrontery of Paul Jones	7
HIS FIGHT WITH THE "DRAKE" AND DESCENT ON WHITEHAVEN
A Struggle to the Death	24
PAUL JONES'S FIGHT WITH THE "SERAPIS"
The Terrier and the Mastiff	34
NICHOLAS BIDDLE'S WONDERFUL FIGHT
Decatur and the "Philadelphia"	46
The Biggest Little Fight in Naval History	56
DECATUR AND THE TRIPOLITAN GUNBOATS
A Double Encounter	73
STEWART AND THE "CYANE" AND "LEVANT"
The "Constitution" and the "Guerriere"	90
The "Wasp" and the "Frolic"	106
The "Constitution" and the "Java"	117
The Last of the "Essex"	132
The Captain of the Maintop	148
Cushing and the "Albemarle"	158
Somers and the "Intrepid"	170
The Passing of the Old Navy	181
OLD SALTS AND NEW SAILORS. THE OLD SHIPS AND THE NEW
Farragut in Mobile Bay	220
At the Naval Academy	231
Our Nation's New Heroes	248
Heroes of the Deep	274
OUR FISHING FLEET
ILLUSTRATIONS
The Escape of the "Constitution"	Frontispiece
The Descent on Whitehaven	17
"Yard-arm to Yard-arm"	27
Decatur boards the "Philadelphia"	52
The Danger of the "Intrepid"	53
"No 'Dutch Courage' on THIS Ship"	83
In the Tops of the "Constitution"	101
The "Constellation" and the "Vengeance"	155
The Smoking Hour	189
Neptune comes Aboard	191
Modern Sea Monsters in Action	204
The Admiral lashed to the Rigging	225
Reefing Top-sails	242
They did not touch Him and His Leg was saved	252
Her Last Duty	263

THE FORBIDDEN WAY
CONTENTS
Sharp Practice

Camilla

New York

The Forbidden Way

Diners Out

Mrs. Cheyne

Braebank

The Brush

The Shadow

Triton of the Minnows

Discord

Tea Cups and Music

Good Fishing

Father and Son

Infatuation

Old Dangers

Old Rose Leaves

Combat

The Lady in Gray

*La Femme Propose*

*L'Homme Dispose*

Private Matters

The Intruder

Gretchen Decides

The Crisis

The Call of the Heart

General Bent

Household Godsâ?"and Goddesses


SPLENDID OUTCAST
By George Gibbs
Illustrated By George Gibbs


CONTENTS
The Convalescent
The Mystery Deepens
The Goose
Outcast
Piquette
Youth Triumphant
Awakening
Threats
Piquette Takes a Hand
The Samaritan
Confessions
Quinlevin Speaks
Beginning a Journey
A Night Attack
Green Eyes
Nora Speaks
Jim Makes a Guess
At Bay
In the Dark
Freedom
The Petit Bleu
Mystery
Escape
The Clue
The Conclusion
ILLUSTRATIONS
She crouched, watching, breathless and uncertain . . . Frontispiece
Moira talked gayly
Through Moira's clear intelligence the epic filtered
The mirror sent her back a haggard reflection, pale and somber

IN SEARCH OF MADEMOISELLE
By George Gibbs


CONTENTS.
CHAPTER.		PAGE
I.	Of my Meeting with Master Hooper	1
II.	Of the Taking of the Cristobal	10
III.	Mademoiselle	29
IV.	Of my Bout with De Baçan	39
V.	Dieppe	51
VI.	In which I Learn Something	65
VII.	In which I Find new Employment	81
VIII.	We Reach the New Land	95
IX.	We Put to Sea	110
X.	The Hericano	124
XI.	What Befell Us upon the Sand-spit	135
XII.	Truce	150
XIII.	The Line upon the Sand	164
XIV.	The Martyrdom	174
XV.	The Lodge of Seloy	189
XVI.	Of our Escape	204
XVII.	In which we Journey to Paris	219
XVIII.	The Poet King	235
XIX.	I Meet the Avenger	252
XX.	We Set Forth Again	267
XXI.	We Form an Alliance	281
XXII.	Olotoraca	298
XXIII.	The Moon-Princess	314
XXIV.	We Advance	329
XXV.	The Death of the Wolf	344
XXVI.	And Last	361
ILLUSTRATIONS
"Then I left her." (Page 115)	Frontispiece.
 	PAGE
"A moi! a moi!"	24
"A line in the sand!"	170
"Quick as he was, my hand was ever quicker."	357

THE LOVE OF MONSIEUR
By George Gibbs


CONTENTS
CHAPTER		PAGE
I.	The Fleece Tavern	1
II.	Mistress Barbara Dances the Coranto	11
III.	Monsieur Mornay Becomes Unpopular	31
IV.	Monsieur Waits upon a Lady	47
V.	Indecision	68
VI.	The Escape	87
VII.	Barbara	113
VIII.	The Saucy Sally	134
IX.	"Bras-de-Fer"	146
X.	Bras-de-Fer Makes a Capture	165
XI.	The Enemy in the House	184
XII.	Prisoner and Captor	201
XIII.	Monsieur Learns Something	213
XIV.	The Unmasking	231
XV.	Mutiny	249
XVI.	Marooned	268

THE SILENT BATTLE
By George Gibbs


CONTENTS
CHAPTER		PAGE
I.	Lost	1
II.	Babes in the Woods	11
III.	Voices	22
IV.	Eden	33
V.	Woman and Man	46
VI.	The Shadow	60
VII.	Allegro	73
VIII.	Chicot, the Jester	84
IX.	The Lorings	95
X.	Mr. Van Duyn Rides Forth	109
XI.	The Cedarcroft Set	122
XII.	Nellie Pennington Cuts In	136
XIII.	Mrs. Pennington's Brougham	151
XIV.	The Junior Member	166
XV.	Discovered	177
XVI.	Behind the Enemy's Back	190
XVII.	"The Pot and Kettle"	200
XVIII.	The Enemy and a Friend	212
XIX.	Love on Crutches	225
XX.	The Intruder	236
XXI.[vi]	Temptation	247
XXII.	Smoke and Fire	261
XXIII.	The Mouse and the Lion	273
XXIV.	Diamond Cut Diamond	285
XXV.	Deep Water	297
XXVI.	Big Business	310
XXVII.	Mr. Loring Reflects	323
XXVIII.	The Lodestar	338
XXIX.	Arcadia Again	350
ILLUSTRATIONS
"The table rang from end to end with joke and laughter."
"'Do tell me something more, Nina. Was she young and pretty?'"
"'And you never cared for any one else?'"
"'Father!' Jane's ... whisper was at his ear."

THE YELLOW DOVE
By George Gibbs
Illustrated By The Author


CONTENTS
CHAPTER	 	PAGE
 	Prelude	1
I.	Sheltered People	5
II.	The Undercurrent	17
III.	Rice-Papers	31
IV.	Dangerous Secrets	45
V.	The Pursuit Continues	55
VI.	Rizzio Takes Charge	68
VII.	An Intruder	83
VIII.	Evidence	96
IX.	The Viking's Tower	108
X.	The Yellow Dove	121
XI.	Von Stromberg	131
XII.	Hammersley Explains	145
XIII.	The Unwilling Guest	157
XIV.	Von Stromberg Catechises	172
XV.	The Inquisition	188
XVI.	The General Plays to Win	206
XVII.	Lindberg	221
XVIII.	Success	243
XIX.	The Cave on the Thorwald	260
XX.	The Fight in the Cavern	275
XXI.	Hare and Hounds	289
XXII.	From the Heights	306
XXIII.	Headquarters	320
ILLUSTRATIONS
"His blond hair disheveled, his shoulders coatless, Cyril emerged."	Frontispiece
 	FACING PAGE
"'Not that,' he whispered hoarsely, 'for God's sake-not that.'"	80
"Her lips ... were whispering words that she hoped could follow him into the distance."	128
"The truth, and he becomes an honorable prisoner of war. Silence, and he is shot tomorrow. Speak."	218





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