First Page of the Table of Contents for Volume 1 of the 1852 George P. Putnam 16th Edition, Version 2

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CONTENTS OP VOL. I.
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Chapter I. Breaking the news, ......................... 9

II. Gives sorrow to the winds,....................... 17

III. The worth of a finger-ring,........................30

IV. The bitter sweet of life, ......................................43

V. A peep Into the wide world,..................................51

VI. Night and morning,................................................67

VII. “ Strangers walk as friends,".............................. 78

VIII. Leaves us in the street,.........................................92

IX. The little Queen in the arm-chair............................ 107

X. Mud—and what came of it,........................................123

XI. Running away with the brook, ................................. 138

XII. Splitters,........................................................................150

XIII. Hope deferred,..................................................................158

XIV. Work not deferred,...........................................................150

XV. Mother Earth rather than Aunt Fortune,..............,.......176

XVI. Counsel, cakes, and Captain Parry,................. 189

XVII. DifflcuIty of doing right,............................................206

XVIII. Loses care on the Cat's back,......................................220

XIX. Showing that in some circumstances white is black,....................................................335

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Grossman & Son, Printers, “First Page of the Table of Contents for Volume 1 of the 1852 George P. Putnam 16th Edition, Version 2,” Wide, Wide World Digital Edition, accessed November 26, 2020, https://widewideworlddigitaledition.siue.edu/items/show/4088.

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This is the first page of the table of contents for volume 1 of the 1852 George P. Putnam 16th edition, version 2. This page begins with "CONTENTS OF VOL. I." typed approximately 1/3 down the page. Underneath the title is a zierrat with three decorative diamonds placed symmetrically on it. Underneath the zierrat the chapters listed 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 Aunt Fortune," "Counsel, cakes, and Captain Parry," "Difficulty of doing right," "Loses care on the Cat's back," and "Showing that in some circumstances white is black." The Roman Numeral of each chapter is given on the left side of the page. Across the page, on the far right is given the page number which the chapter begins on. The chapter title and page number are connected by a line of ellipsis.

Subjects

Table of Contents

Date

1852

Source

Wetherell, Elizabeth [Susan Warner]. The Wide, Wide World. Reprint, 2 vols. 16th ed. New York: George P. Putnam, 1852.

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Grossman & Son, Printers

Contributor

Collection of Jessica DeSpain
SIUE IRIS Center

Publisher

The Wide, Wide World Digital Edition

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10 Park Place, New York

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13DES_23_00I