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

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CONTENTS OF VOL. II.
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Chapter I. Stockings, to which tho “ Bas Bleu” was nothing, 5

IL Sunday at Ventnor, 14

HI. Flowers and Thorns, 25

IV. The bank-note and George Washington, 40

V. A gathering cloud in the spring weather, 50

VI. The cloud overhead, 50

VII. This “working-day world" 74

VIII. The Brownie, 95

IX. Timothy and his master, 106

X. Wherein the Black Prince arrives opportunely...... ... 121

XL Halcyon days, 134

XIL “Prodigious!”. 150

XIII. “The clouds return after the rain,”. .....................................160

XIV. One less in the wide, wide world....... 172

XV. Those that were left,. .... 184

XVI. The little spirit that haunted the big house, 196

XVII. The guardian angel............................................................... 213

XVIII. “Something turns up,” 230

XIX. The wide world grown wider,. 248

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Grossman and Son, Printers, “First Page of the Table of Contents for Volume 2 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/4127.

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This is the first page of the table of contents for volume 2 of the 1852 George P. Putnam 16th edition, version 2. Approximately a third of the way down the page "CONTENTS OF VOL. II." is printed. Beneath, there is a Zierrat with a simple three-diamond design placed symmetrically. Beneath the Zierrat the chapter listings begin. The chapters are all listed with their corresponding Roman numerals (for this volume). Each chapter title is connected to its corresponding page number by a line of ellipses. The chapters listed include, "Stockings, to which the 'Bas Bleau' was nothing," "Sunday at Ventnor," "Flowers and Thorns," "The bank-note and George Washinton," "A gathering cloud in the spring weather," "The cloud overhead," "This 'working-day world,'" "The Brownie," "Timothy and his master," "Wherein the Black Prince arrives opportunely," "Halcyon days," "'Prodigious,'" "'The clouds return after the rain,'" "One less in the wide, wide world," "Those that were left," "The little spirit that haunted the big house," "The guardian angel," "'Something turns up,'" "The wide world grown wider."

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.

Creator

Grossman and Son, Printers

Contributor

Collection of Jessica DeSpain
SIUE IRIS Center

Publisher

The Wide, Wide World Digital Edition

Coverage

10 Park Place, New York

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14DES_23_003