The Haunted Hotel: A Mystery of Modern Venice

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sociated--suspiciously and directly associated-- with the only event which concerns us, the event of Lord Montbarry's death? In the absence of any such proof, and in the face of the evidence of two eminent physicians, it is impossible to dispute the statement on the certificate that his lordship died a natural death. We are bound, therefore, to report, that there are no valid grounds for refusing the payment of the sum for which the late Lord Montbarry>'s life was assured.

"We shall send these lines to you by the post of to-morrow, December 10; leaving time to receive your further instructions (if any), in reply to our telegram of this evening announcing the conclusion of the inquiry."


CHAPTER IX.

"Now, my good creature, whatever you have to say to me, out with it at once! I don't want to hurry you needlessly; but these are business hours, and I have other people's affairs to attend to besides yours."

Addressing Ferrari's wife with his usual blunt good-humor, in these terms, Mr. Troy registered the lapse of time by a glance at the watch on his desk, and then waited to hear what his client had to say to him.

"It's something more, sir, about the letter with the thousand-pound note," Mrs. Ferrari began. "I have found out who sent it to me."

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Table of contents

  • Title Page 3
  • List of Illustrations 4
  • Preface. 6
  • Chapter IV 33
  • The Second Part. 44
  • The Second Part. 44
  • The Second Part. 55
  • The Second Part. 66
  • The Second Part. 70
  • The Second Part. 83
  • The Second Part. 87
  • Chapter XI 94
  • The Second Part. 102
  • The Second Part. 114
  • The Second Part. 114
  • The Second Part. 123
  • Chapter Xv. (miss Agnes Lockwood to Mrs. Ferrari.) 130
  • The Fourth Part. Chapter Xvi. 136
  • Chapter XVII 139
  • Chapter XVII 150
  • Chapter XIX 156
  • Chapter XX 168
  • Chapter XX 180
  • Chapter XXII 190
  • Chapter XXIII 200
  • Chapter XXIII 210
  • Chapter XXIII 219
  • Chapter XXIII 229
  • Chapter XXIII 245
  • Chapter XXVIII 251
  • Postscript. 258
  • Persons of the Story 264
  • Postscript. 265
  • Postscript. 265
  • Postscript. 270
  • Postscript. 275
  • Postscript. 284
  • Postscript. 296
  • Postscript. 305
  • Postscript. 321
  • Postscript. 330
  • Postscript. 330
  • Chapter X 336
  • Chapter X 346
  • Chapter XI 359
  • Chapter X 374
  • Chapter XIII 385
  • Chapter XVI 412
  • Chapter XVI 425
  • Chapter XVI 430
  • Chapter XVI 434
  • Chapter XVI 453
  • Postscript. 474
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