First Page of the Table of Contents for the 1853 Eli Charles Eginton & Co. "Pocket Library" Reprint

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CONTENTS

PAGE

CHAPTER I.

Breaking the News 1

CHAPTER II.

Gives Sorrow to the Winds 4

CHAPTER III.

The Worth of a Finger-Ring 9

CHAPTER IV.

The Bitter-Sweet of Life 15

CHAPTER v.

A Peep into the Wide World 18

CHAPTER VI.

Night and Morning ........................ 24

CHAPTER VII.

"Strangers Walk as Friends”............ 29

CHAPTER VIII.

Leaves us in the Street..................... 35

CHAPTER IX.

The Little Queen in the Arm-Chair... 41

CHAPTER x.

Mud—and what came of it............... 47

CHAPTER XI.

Running Away with the Brook ......... 63

CHAPTER XII.

Splitters....................................... 58

PAGE
CHAPTER XIII.

Hope Deferred................................. 61

CHAPTER XIV.

Work not Deferred........................... 65

CHAPTER XV.

Mother Earth rather than Aunt Fortune.......................................... 69

CHAPTER XVI.

Counsel, Cakes, and Captain Parry ... 74

CHAPTER XVII.

Difficulty of Doing Right.................. 81

chapter xvIII.

Loses Care on the Cat’s Back............ 87

CHAPTER XIX.

Shewing that in some circumstances White is Black........................... 93

CHAPTER XX.

Head-Sick and Heart-Sick ............... 96

CHAPTER XXI.

Footsteps of Angels ....................... 104

CHAPTER XXII.

Shews how Mr. Van Brunt could be sharp upon some things............... 109

CHAPTER XXIII.

How Miss Fortune went out and Pleasure came In........................ 114

CHAPTER XXIV.

Sweeping and Dusting ..................... 117

Citation

Eginton, “First Page of the Table of Contents for the 1853 Eli Charles Eginton & Co. "Pocket Library" Reprint,” Wide, Wide World Digital Edition, accessed November 25, 2020, https://widewideworlddigitaledition.siue.edu/items/show/3215.

Description

This is the first page of the table of contents for the 1853 Eli Charles Eginton & Co. "Pocket Library" Reprint. Contents is written on the top third of the page, separated from the chapters by a short, bold line. Chapters I-XII are listed in the left column on pages 1-58. Chapters XIII-XXIV are listed in the right column on pages 61-117. The two columns are separated by a bold line, with each side set up in the same fashion (with Roman numeral chapters, chapter titles, and page numbers).

Subjects

Table of Contents

Date

1853

Source

Wetherell, Elizabeth [Susan Warner]. The Wide, Wide World. Reprint, Pocket Library, London: Eli Charles Eginton & Co., 1853.

Creator

Eginton

Publisher

The Wide, Wide World Digital Edition
Eginton

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Manchester

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Identifier

55CIA_23