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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents xi
  • Illustrations xv
  • Part I- 1800-1833 1
  • Chapter 1- 1800-1808 3
  • Chapter 2- 1809-1820 16
  • Chapter 3- 1820-1822 24
  • Chapter 4- 1822-1824 31
  • Chapter 5- 1824-1827 46
  • Chapter 6- 1827-1829 53
  • Chapter 7- 1829 63
  • Chapter 8- 1829 75
  • Chapter 9- 1830 85
  • Chapter 10- 1830 93
  • Chapter 11- 1830-1831 97
  • Chapter 12- 1831 105
  • Chapter 13- 1831-1832 111
  • Chapter 14- 1832 119
  • Chapter 15- 1832-1833 129
  • Chapter 16- 1833 138
  • Chapter 17- 1833 143
  • Part II- 1834-1850 147
  • Chapter 1- 1834-1835 149
  • Chapter 2- 1835 157
  • Chapter 3- 1835-1836 161
  • Chapter 4- 1836-1837 166
  • Chapter 5 - 1837-1839 171
  • Chapter 6- 1839-1840 176
  • Chapter 7- 1840-1842 184
  • Chapter 8- 1842 192
  • Chapter 9- 1842-1844 198
  • Chapter 10- 1845-1846 203
  • Chapter 11- 1846 211
  • Chapter 12- 1847 217
  • Chapter 13- 1848 224
  • Chapter 14- 1848-1849 232
  • Chapter 15- 1850 239
  • Chapter 16- 1850 247
  • Chapter 17- 1850 253
  • Part III- 1850-1892 257
  • Chapter 1- 1850-1852 259
  • Chapter 2- 1853-1855 276
  • Chapter 3- 1855-1857 293
  • Chapter 4- 1857-1858 305
  • Chapter 5- 1858-1859 312
  • Chapter 6- 1859-1860 321
  • Chapter 7- 1860-1861 327
  • Chapter 8- 1861-1862 334
  • Chapter 9- 1862-1863 339
  • Chapter 10- 1864 348
  • Chapter II- 1864-1865 354
  • Chapter 12- 1865-1867 362
  • Chapter 13- 1867-1869 371
  • Chapter 14- 1869-1870 386
  • Chapter 15- 1871-1873 393
  • Chapter 16- 1873-1874 402
  • Chapter 17- 1874 410
  • Chapter 18- Emily 415
  • Chapter 19- 1874-1876 424
  • Chapter 20- 1876-1877 432
  • Chapter 21- 1878-1879 440
  • Chapter 22- 1880 449
  • Chapter 23- 1880-1882 454
  • Chapter 24- 1883-1884 466
  • Chapter 25- 1884-1885 475
  • Chapter 26- 1884-1885 482
  • Chapter 27- 1886 488
  • Chapter 28- 1887-1888 496
  • Chapter 29- 1888-1889 507
  • Chapter 30- 1889-1891 516
  • Chapter 31- 1892 526
  • Epilogue 537
  • Index 543
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