The mysteries of London, Volumes 3-4

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Contents

A DeathSceneLocks Fields
23
A Scene at the House of Sir Christopher Blunt
28
The Two Thousand Pounds Torreus Cottage
30
Adelais and Rosamond
33
The Elopement
36
Lady Hatfield and Dr Lascelles Esther de Medina
39
The Opiate
42
The Lover and tho Uncle
43
The Mysterious Letter Jacob
44
The LoTcrs
48
Mr Frank Curtiss Pleasant Adventure
51
Happiness The Diamond Merchant
55
The Oath
59
The Alarm The Letter
61
Old Death
64
Castle Street Long Acre
67
Matilda the CountryGirl
70
The LadysMaid
73
London on a Rainy Evening A Scene in a PostChaise
75
Tom Rains Lodgings in Locks Fields
77
The Mysteries of Old Deaths Establishment
82
Mrs Slingsby and Mrs Torrcns 83
83
The StoreRooms
86
Another Deed of Infamy brought to Light
88
Rainford in the Subterranean
92
Mrs Martha Slingsby
94
The Pious Lady
96
Mr Sheepshanks 10
100
The Baronet and his Mistress 10
104
Tho History of Jacob Smith
107
Continuation of tho History of Jacob Smith
116
Conclusion of tho History of Jacob Smith
120
Fresh Alarms
126
Tho Paragraph in tho Newspaper
128
Lord Ellingham and Tom Rainford
131
Mr Frank Curtis again
134
Mr Dykes and his Myrmidons
139
Explanations j 1jl XLVII Farther Explanations
144
Lord Ellingham and Tom Rain
147
A Painful Interview
151
The Lawyers Office
157
Lord EUinghams Exertions
162
The Execution
164
Galvanism Igg LV The Laboratory Esther do Medina
167
A History of the Past
172
A Father
179
The Resuscitated
189
The Jews Family
194
Sir Christopher Blunts Domestic Hearth
196
Captain OBlunderbuss
198
Franks Embarrassments
202
The Meeting in Battersea Fields
206
The Examination
208
Mrs SlingBby and the Baronet again
215
The Marriage Rosamond
219
Dr Wagtail Rosamond Torrcns
222
Misery and Vice 029
229
Tim the Snammer
232
LXXI The History of Tim the Snammcr
234
Rosamond at Homo 288
248
Mr and Mrs Curtis
263
Captain OBlunderbuss again ocq LXXIV Three Months after Marriage
264
The Knight and the Captain
268
Tim the Snammer and Josh Pedler out on Business
271
The Father and Daughter
273
The Reward of Crirao
295
Old Deaths Party
299
LXXVIIIRetribution g LXX1X The Earl of Ellingham and Lady Hatfield again
302
The History of a Livory Servant
303
Conclusion of the History of a Liveryservant
312
The Blackamoor
322
Scenes at the Blackamoors House
326
The Surprise Jeffreys and Old Death
331
Captain OBlundorbnss again Another Strang Visitor
337
The Confession
340
XCHI Newgate
344
C1I A State of Siege
380
The Surprise A Change of Scene 334
389
Tho Kings Bench Prison
391
A Farther Insight into the Kings B mc li 39s CVII A Tale of Sorrow
408
The Prisoners
413
PACE
423
Continuation of the Blacks Visits to his Prisoners 1
1
A Conversation 5
5
The Conversation concluded 10
10
Esther de Medina and Old Death 12
12
Old Death in the Dungeon 15
15
Thomas Rainford 20
20
Old Death 22
22
An Explanatory Conversation 26
26
The Insolvent Debtors Court 28
28
The Examination of Mr Frank Curtis 32
32
The Lapse of Nineteen Years 36
36
Mr Hatfield 41
41
Two of the Readers Old Friends 44
44
A Man of Business 40
46
Charles Hatfield 48
48
The Projected Railway Company 53
53
Elucidations 58
58
The Wanderers 63
66
The Journey continued and concluded 67
67
The Advertising Agent 73
73
Perdita 75
75
The Syrens ArtB and Charms 80
80
CXXX1I The Dangerous Sophistry of a Lovely Woman 86
86
A Throne Surrounded by Republican Institutions 88
92
A Painful Scene 94
94
Charles Hatfield and Mrs Fitzhardinge 99
99
Infatuation 101
101
Two more Old Acquaintances 107
107
The Moneylender 109
109
The Miser alone in his Dwelling 112
112
The Flight 150
120
a Love Story 123
123
a Lovo Story 140
140
Dover 144
144
A Mysterious Occurrence The Journey continued 148
148
Two Unpleasant Lodgers 151
151
The Captains Ludicrous Adventure 155
155
The Charterhouse 160
158
A Strange Narrative 163
163
CL The Colonel and the Captain 168
168
The CalmThe Tempest 170
170
CLII The Father the Son and the Sons Wife 176
176
Father and Son 183
183
Mrs Fitzhardinge 187
187
The Mother and Daughter 190
190
The Halfbrothers 195
195
CLVILPolitical Observations The Departure of Charles Halfi ld 199
199
Mrs Mortimer in London 202
202
Mrs Mortimers Adventures continuod 206
206
The Husband and Wife 210
210
CLXI Agnes Vernon and her Father 213
213
Laura in Paris 217
217
Laura and Rosalie 224
224
Laura6 Amour 228
228
Lord William Trevelyan 232
232
A Sketch of Two Brothers A Mystery 237
237
The Lawyer 242
242
Tho Nobleman and the Lawyer 246
246
A Scene 248
248
Agnes and Mrs Mortimer 253
253
Jack Rily the Doctor 258
258
A Maidens First Love 263
263
Hopes Fulfilled 266
266
A Night of Terrors 269
269
The Haunted House in Stamford Street 274
274
CLXXVI Scenes in the Haunted House 277
277
History of the Haunted House in Stamford Sirect 282
282
Conclusion of the History of the Haunted Houses 2SS CLXXIX The Ghost Agnes and Mrs Mortimer 307
307
Agnes and Trevelyan 310
314

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