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Fortunes of Glencore

Charles James Lever (1806-1872)

1. Preface
2. A Lonely Landscape
3. Glencore Castle
4. Billy Traynor-Poet, Pedlar and Physician
5. A Visitor
6. Colonel Harcourt's Letter
7. Queer Companionship
8. A Great Diplomatist
9. The Great Man's Arrival
10. A Medical Visit
11. A Disclosure
12. Some Lights And Shadows Of Diplomatic Life
13. A Night At Sea
14. A Vow Accomplished
15. Billy Traynor And The Colonel
16. A Sick Bed
17. The Project
18. A Tete-A-Tete
19. Billy Traynor As Orator
20. The Cascine At Florence
21. The Villa Fossombroni
22. Some Traits Of Life
23. An Uptonian Despatch
24. The Tutor And His Pupil
25. How A Reception Comes To Its Close
26. A Duke And His Minister
27. Italian Troubles
28. Carrara
29. A Night Scene
30. A Council Of State
31. The Life They Led At Massa
32. At Massa
33. The Pavillion In The Garden
34. Night Thoughts
35. A Minister's Letter
36. Harcourt's Lodgings
37. A Fevered Mind
38. The Villa At Sorrento
39. A Diplomatist's Dinner
40. A Very Broken Narrative
41. Uptonism
42. An Evening In Florence
43. Madame De Sabbloukoff In The Morning
44. Doings In Downing Street
45. The Subtleties Of Statecraft
46. Some Sad Reveries
47. The Flood In The Magra
48. A Fragment Of A Letter
49. How A Sovereign Treats With His Minister
50. Social Diplomacies
51. Ante-Dinner Reflections
52. Conflicting Thoughts
53. Major Scaresby's Visit
54. A Mask In Carnival Time
55. The End

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