DEWER RIDES

✩ L. A. G. STRONG ✩

1929

Charles Boni PAPER BOOKS New York

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  • Title Page 3
  • Contents 5
  • Introduction 9
  • BOOK I PRELUDE 11
  • Chapter I Spring Morning 13
  • Chapter II Setting the Stage 28
  • Chapter III Polite Education 44
  • Chapter IV Battle 57
  • Chapter V Plymouth Town 72
  • Chapter VI the Breach 88
  • Chapter VIII Old Dartmoor 114
  • BOOK II TEN YEARS AFTER 133
  • Chapter IX Bellever 135
  • Chapter X Conflict 151
  • Chapter XI Easter Day 168
  • Chapter XII Ringmoor 181
  • Chapter XIII the Orchard 193
  • Chapter XIV Walkhampton 208
  • Chapter XV Marchant's Bridge 221
  • Chapter XVI Annunciation 234
  • Chapter XVII Idyll 244
  • Chapter XVIII a Visitor 259
  • Chapter XIX Saint Anthony 275
  • Chapter XX the Fight 291
  • Chapter XXI Dewerrides 307
  • BOOK III FORTY YEARS AFTER 319
  • Chapter XXIII the Last Meeting 332
  • Chapter XXIV the Stone 348
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