Davenport Dunn, a Man of Our Day, Part 1

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Wildside Press LLC, Sep 1, 2007 - Fiction - 464 pages
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Charles James Lever (1806-1872) was an Irish novelist of English descent. This volume contains "Davenport Dunn, A Man of Our Day" (Part 1). Illustrations by Phiz.
 

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Contents

Chapter Pagk I Hydropathic Acquaintances
1
How Two Fine Ladies pass the Morning
14
A Father and a Daughter
28
One who would be a Sharp Fellow
42
The Worlds Changes
55
Sybella Kellett
67
An Arrival at Midnight
74
Mr Dunn
83
After a DinnerParty
234
A BreakfastTable
245
Chapter Page XXIV The Cottage 256
256
A Churchyard
265
The Ostexd Packet
272
A Visit of Condolence
286
The Hermitage at Glengarifi
293
A MoitXIXG AT OsTEXD
303

X A Day on the Lake of Como
94
A Small Dinner
105
A Consultation
118
Annesley Beechers Pal
124
A Message from Jack
139
A Dinner at Paul Kelletts
149
A Home Scene
164
Davis versus Dunn
174
The Pensionnat Godarde
181
Some Doings of Mr Driscoll
189
Driscoll in Conference
200
An Evening with Grog Davis
205
A Dark Day
220
The Opera
310
Explanations
327
The Coupe on the Raii
334
The Four Xations at Aix
341
AixlaChapeli e 34
363
A Country Visit
369
A Man ix Request
382
Mr Davenport Dunn ix more Moods than one
392
A Letter to Jack
406
Schemes and Projects
409
A Country Walk
416
The Germ of a Hold Stroke
425
XLI1I The Garden
434

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