First Page of the Table of Contents for the 1853 T. Nelson & Sons "Nelson's Library for Travellers and the Fireside" Reprint

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CONTENTS OP VOL. I.
PAGE
Chapter I. Breaking the news,..........................7
II. Gives sorrow to the winds,.. ... ... ... ... ... 12
III. The worth of a finger-ring, .. ... ... ... ... ...21
IV. The bitter sweet of life.. ... ... ... ... ... 30
V. A peep Into the wide world.. ... ... ... ... 35
VI. Night and morning,.. ... ... ... ... ... 45
VII. “ Strangers walk as friends,".. ... ... ... ... 53
VIII. Leaves us in the street,.. ... ... ... ... ... 62
IX. The little Queen in the arm-chair.. ... ..72
X. Mud—and what came of it,.. .. ... ... ... ...83
XI. Running away with the brook, ... 93
XII. Splitters.. ... ... ... ... ... 101
XIII. Hope deferred,.. ... ... ... ... ... 106
XIV. Work not deferred,.. ... ... ... ... ... 112
XV. Mother Earth rather than Aunt Fortune,... .. ... ... ... ... ... .. ... ... ... ... ... .. ... ... ... 119
XVI. Counsel, cakes, and Captain Parry... .127
XVII. DifficuIty of doing right.. ... ... ... ... ... 139
XVIII. Loses care on the Cat's back... ... 148
XIX. Showing that in some circumstances white is black.. ... ... ... ... ... .. ... ... ... ... ... 158
XX. Headsick and heartsick. ... ... ... ... ... .. 165
XXL Footsteps of angels. ... ... ... ... ... .. ... ...177
XXII. Shows how Mr. Van Brunt could be sharp upon some things. ... ... ... ... ... .. ... ... 186
XXIII. How Miss Fortune went out and Pleasure came in. ... ... ... ... ... .. ... ... ... ... .. 193
XXIV. Sweeping and dusting. ... ... ... 199
XXV. Showing what noise a bee can make when it gets into the house . ... ... ...207
XXVI. Sundry things round a pot of chocolate . ... ... ... ... ... .. ... ... ... ... ..216
XXVII. The Jingling of sleigh-bells. ... ... ... 228
XXVLLL Scraps—of Morocco and talk,... 235
XXIX. Stockings, to which the "Bas Bleu" was nothing . ... ... ... ... ... .. ... ... ... ... ..243
XXX. Sunday at Ventnor. ... ... ... ... ... .. ... 249
XXXI. Flowers and Thorns, . ... ... ... ... ... ...256
XXXII. The Bank Note and George Washington . ... ... ... ... ... .. ... ... ... ... .. 266
XXXIII. A Gathering Cloud in the Spring Weather . ... ... ... ... ... .. ... ... ... ... ... 273
XXXIV. The Cloud Overhead, . ... ... ... 279
XXXV. This "Working-day World". ... ... ... 288

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“First Page of the Table of Contents for the 1853 T. Nelson & Sons "Nelson's Library for Travellers and the Fireside" Reprint,” Wide, Wide World Digital Edition, accessed March 5, 2021, https://widewideworlddigitaledition.siue.edu/items/show/1849.

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This is the first page of the table of contents for the in the 1853 T. Nelson & Sons "Nelson's Library for Travellers and the Fireside" reprint. The page begins approximately 1/4 down the page with the title "CONTENTS" a simple zierrat is placed below to give way to the chapter listings. Each chapter title is accompanied with its corresponding Roman numeral and is connected to the right hand page number by a line of elipses. The chapter titles listed here are: "Breaking the News", "Gives Sorrow to the Winds", "The worth of a Finger-ring", "The Bitter-sweet of Life", "A Peep into the Wide World", "Night and Morning", "Strangers walk as Friends", "Leaves us in the Street", "The Little Queen in the Arm-Chair", "Mud-and what came of it", "Running away with the Brook", "Splitters", "Hope Deferred", "Work not Deferred", "Mother Earth rather than Aunto Fortune", "Counsel, Cakes, and Captain Parry", "Difficulty of Doing Right", "Loses Care on the Cat's Back", "Showing that in some circumstances White is Black", "Headsick and Heartsick", "Footsteps of Angels", "Shows how Mr. Van Brunt could be sharp upon some things", "How Miss Fortune went out, and Pleasure came in", "Sweeping and Dusting", "Shows what Noise a Bee can Make when it gets into the house", "Sundry things round a Pot of chocolate", "The JIngling of Sleigh-bells", "Scraps-of Morocco and Talk", "Stockings to which the 'Bas Bleu' was nothing", "Sunday at Ventnor", "Flowers and Thorns", "The Bank Note and George Washington", "A Gathering Cloud in the Spring Weather", "The Cloud Overhead", and "This 'Working-day World'".

Date

1853

Source

Wetherell, Elizabeth [Susan Warner]. The Wide, Wide World. Reprint, Nelson’s Library for Travellers and the Fireside. London: T. Nelson & Sons, 1853.

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CIA-The Constitution Island Association, http://www.constitutionisland.org/

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The Wide, Wide World Digital Edition

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