Davenport Dunn, a Man of Our Day, Part 2

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Wildside Press LLC, Sep 1, 2007 - Fiction - 456 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 2). Illustrations by Phiz.
 

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Contents

Chapter Page I The Telegraphic Despatch
1
The Run fob Gold
9
A Note from Davis
25
Lazarus Stein Geldwechsler
34
A Village near the Rhine
48
Imminent Tidings
62
A Discursive Conversation
73
A Family Meeting
80
The Cottage near Snowdon
225
A Supper
232
A Shock
243
A Master and Man
248
Annesley Beecher in a New Part
260
Chapter Page XXIV A Dead Heat
271
Stunning Tidings
289
Unpleasant Explanations
301

A Saunter by Moonlight
91
A Ride to Neuwied
105
How Grog Davis Discoursed and Annesley Beecher Listened
115
Reflections of Annesley Beecher
129
A Dark Confidence
139
Some Days at Glengariff
150
A BridlePath
168
The Discovery
183
The Double Blunder
195
Downing Street
208
Overreachings
313
At Rome
328
The two Viscountesses
344
Mrs Seacoles
365
The Convent of St George
368
Showing How Wounds are Healed
378
Grog in Council
395
The Train
408
The Trial
420
The End of all Things
430

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