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Amelia (Vol. 2)

Henry Fielding (1707-1754)

1. Book V, Chapter I: In which the reader will meet with an old acquaintance.
2. Book V, Chapter II: In which Booth pays a visit to the noble lord.
3. Book V, Chapter III: Relating principally to the affairs of serjeant Atkinson.
4. Book V, Chapter IV: Containing matters that require no preface.
5. Book V, Chapter V: Containing much herioc matter.
6. Book V, Chapter VI: In which the reader will find matter worthy his consideration.
7. Book V, Chapter VII: Containing various matters.
8. Book V, Chapter VIII: The heroic behavior of Colonel Bath.
9. Book V, Chapter IX: Being the last chapter of the fifth book.
10. Book VI, Chapter I: Panegyrics on beauty, with other grave matters.
11. Book VI, Chapter II: Which will not appear, we preseume, unnatural to all married readers.
12. Book VI, Chapter III: In which the history look a little backwards.
13. Book VI, Chapter IV: Containing a very extraordinary incident.
14. Book VI, Chapter V: Containing some matters not very unnatural.
15. Book VI, Chapter VI: A scene in which some ladies will possibly think Amelia's conduct exceptionable.
16. Book VI, Chapter VII: A chapter in which there is much learning.
17. Book VI, Chapter VIII: Containing some unaccountable behavior in Mrs. Ellison.
18. Book VI, Chapter IX: Containing a very strange incident.
19. Book VII, Chapter I: A very short chapter, and consequently requiring no preface.
20. Book VII, Chapter II: The beginning of Mrs. Bennet's history.
21. Book VII, Chapter III: Continuation of Mrs. Bennet's story.
22. Book VII, Chapter IV: Further continuation.
23. Book VII, Chapter V: The story of Mrs. Bennet continued.
24. Book VII, Chapter VI: Farther continued.
25. Book VII, Chapter VII: The story farther continued.
26. Book VII, Chapter VIII: Further continuation.
27. Book VII, Chapter IX: The conclusion of Mrs. Bennet's history.
28. Book VII, Chapter X: Being the last chapter of the seventh book.
29. Book VIII, Chapter I: Being the first chapter of the eighth book.
30. Book VIII, Chapter II: Containing an account of Mr. Booth's fellow-sufferers.
31. Book VIII, Chapter III: Containing some extraordinary behavior in Mrs. Ellison.
32. Book VIII, Chapter IV: Containing, among many matters, the exemplary behavior of Colonel James.
33. Book VIII, Chapter V: Comments upon authors.
34. Book VIII, Chapter VI: Which inclines rather to satire than panegyric.
35. Book VIII, Chapter VII: Worthy a very serious perusal.
36. Book VIII, Chapter VIII: Consisting of grave matters.
37. Book VIII, Chapter IX: A curious chapter, from which a curious reader may draw sundry observations.
38. Book VIII, Chapter X: In which are many profound secrets of philosophy.

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    The second volume of Amelia.