THE SCARLET PIMPERNEL

BY BARONESS ORCZY

G. P. PUTNAM'S SONS

NEW YORK AND LONDON

The Knickerbocker Press

1907

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Contents v
  • Illustrations vii
  • Chapter I - Paris: September 1792 1
  • Chapter II - Dover: "The Fisherman's Rest" 11
  • Chapter III - The Refugees 23
  • Chapter IV - The League of the Scarlet Pimpernel 32
  • Chapter V - Marguerite 42
  • Chapter VI - An Exquisite of '92 49
  • Chapter VII - The Secret Orchard 61
  • Chapter VIII - The Accredited Agent 69
  • Chapter IX - The Outrage 82
  • Chapter X - In the Opera Box 90
  • Chapter XI - Lord Grenville's Ball 108
  • Chapter XII - The Scrap of Paper 116
  • Chapter XIII - Either--Or? 126
  • Chapter XIV - One O'Clock Precisely! 129
  • Chapter XV - Doubt 139
  • Chapter XVI - Richmond 146
  • Chapter XVII - Farewell 163
  • Chapter XVIII - The Mysterious Device 172
  • Chapter XIX - The Scarlet Pimpernel 178
  • Chapter XX - The Friend 189
  • Chapter XXI - Suspense 197
  • Chapter XXII - Calais 207
  • Chapter XXIII - Hope 219
  • Chapter XXIV - The Death-Trap 228
  • Chapter XXV - The Eagle and the Fox 236
  • Chapter XXVI - The Jew 246
  • Chapter XXVII - On the Track 258
  • Chapter XXVIII - The Pere Blanchard's Hut 267
  • Chapter XXIX - Trapped 278
  • Chapter XXX - The Schooner 284
  • Chapter XXXI - The Escape 299
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