The Family of the Barrett: A Colonial Romance

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JEANNETTE MARKS


The
Family
of the
Barrett

A COLONIAL
ROMANCE

THE MACMILLAN COMPANY
NEW YORK 1938

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The Family of the Barrett: A Colonial Romance
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface ix
  • Contents xv
  • Illustrations xvii
  • Introduction 1
  • Chapter I Hersey Barrett, Pioneer 20
  • Chapter II Old Road 33
  • Chapter III Mountains of Gold 45
  • Chapter IV Dust on the Carving 61
  • Chapter V The Great Disaster 73
  • Chapter VI "The Widdow Barrett" 89
  • Chapter VII Robert Browning, Creole 102
  • Chapter VIII The House of Tittle 115
  • Chapter IX John Tittle Concludes 134
  • Chapter X Sam Barrett, Northside 154
  • Chapter XI Edward Barrett, the Builder 164
  • Chapter XII Custom of the Country 182
  • Chapter XIII Cutwind 200
  • Chapter XIV Barrett Town 213
  • Chapter XV Poor Little Rich Ones 228
  • Chapter XVI Burning the Toast 241
  • Chapter XVII Crisis 250
  • Chapter XVIII Attorney 265
  • Chapter XIX Coals and Candles 273
  • Chapter XX A Poet is Born 284
  • Chapter XXI The Business of Hope End 293
  • Chapter XXII "Honourable Verdigris" 306
  • Chapter XXIV Particular License 330
  • Chapter XXV Now and Then 336
  • Chapter XXVI Excellent Lady 346
  • Chapter XXVII "Ever Beloved" 362
  • Chapter XXVIII "Strong Letter" 373
  • Chapter XXIX Torch 381
  • Chapter XXX The Hands of Bacchus 392
  • Chapter XXXI The Cursed Saints 402
  • Chapter XXXII Our Poor Selves 414
  • Chapter XXXIII West End 425
  • Chapter XXXIV Fus' a August 1834 436
  • Chapter XXXV Baubles 447
  • Chapter XXXVI Freedom 459
  • Chapter XXXVII Torquay Backgrounds 470
  • Chapter XXXVIII "Death of Young B------" 482
  • Chapter Xxxix Night Watch by the Sea 494
  • Chapter XL Paracelsus 506
  • Chapter XLI Red Hood 518
  • Chapter XLII Climax 529
  • Chapter XLIII Monomania 538
  • Chapter XLIV Flight 550
  • Chapter XLV Three in Italy 559
  • Chapter XLVI In Defense of Women 574
  • Chapter XLVII The RÔle of Planter 588
  • Chapter Xlix Conditional Baptism 606
  • Chapter L "One Word More with E.B.B." 619
  • Chapter LI Apples by the Dead Sea 630
  • Notes and References 643
  • Index 697
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