First Page of the Table of Contents for the [1853] Clarke, Beeton, & Co. Reprint, Version 1

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CONTENTS
CHAP. PAGE
I. Breaking The News.........................................9
II. Gives Sorrow to the Winds........................14
III. The Worth of a Finger-Ring.......................22
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"......................52
VIII. Leaves us in the Street..............................61
IX. The Little Queen in the Arm-Chair........70
X. Mud-and what came of it..........................80
XI. Running Away with the Brook...............89
XII. Splitters.........................................................97
XIII. Hope Deferred..........................................102
XIV. Work Not Deferred..................................107
XV. Mother Earth Rather Than Aunt
Fortune.................................................................114
XVI. Counsel, Cakes, and Captain Parry.....122
XVII. Difficulty of Doing Right.......................132
XVIII. Loses Care on the Cat's Back............141
XIX. Showing that in some circumstances White is Black.....................................................151
XX. Headsick and Heartsick.........................157
XXI. Footsteps of Angels..............................168
XXII. Shows How Mr. Van Brunt could be sharp upon some things..............................177
XXIII. How Miss Fortune went out and Pleasure came in.............................................183
XXIV. Sweeping and Dusting.......................189

Citation

Charles H. Clarke and Samuel O. Beeton, “First Page of the Table of Contents for the [1853] Clarke, Beeton, & Co. Reprint, Version 1,” Wide, Wide World Digital Edition, accessed November 24, 2020, https://widewideworlddigitaledition.siue.edu/items/show/2019.

Description

This is the first page of the table of contents for the [1853] Clarke, Beeton, & Co. reprint, version 1. The title of the page "CONTENTS" appears in gothic-style font, separated from the chapter titles by a simple zierrat. The chapters listed on this page are, "BREAKING THE NEWS", "GIVES SORROW TOTHE 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", "MOTHER EARTH RATHER THAN AUNT 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", and "SWEEPING AND DUSTING".

Subjects

Table of Contents

Date

1853

Source

Wetherell, Elizabeth [Susan Warner]. The Wide, Wide World. Reprint, Edited with a preface by C.B. Tayler. London: Clarke, Beeton, & Co., [1853].

Creator

Charles H. Clarke and Samuel O. Beeton

Contributor

SIUE IRIS Center
Collection of Jessica DeSpain

Publisher

The Wide, Wide World Digital Edition
Clarke, Beeton

Coverage

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London

Relation

IsPartOf 2DES

Identifier

2DES_23_001J