Mary Barton: A Tale of Manchester Life

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page 3
  • Contents 5
  • Introduction 7
  • Biographical Note 19
  • Note on the Text 21
  • Further Reading 25
  • Notice. 29
  • Preface. 31
  • Chapter I 33
  • Chapter II 40
  • Chapter III 45
  • Chapter IV 52
  • Chapter V 61
  • Chapter VI 77
  • Chapter VII 91
  • Chapter VIII 98
  • Chapter IX 111
  • Chapter X 125
  • Chapter XI 136
  • Chapter XII 147
  • Chapter XIII 155
  • Chapter XIV 163
  • Chapter XV 172
  • Chapter XVI 182
  • Chapter XVII 191
  • Chapter XVIII 200
  • Chapter XIX 210
  • Chapter XX 220
  • Chapter XXI 226
  • Chapter XXII 234
  • Chapter XXIII 243
  • Chapter XXIV 253
  • Chapter XXV 260
  • Chapter XVII 267
  • Chapter XXVII 270
  • Chapter XXVIII 276
  • Chapter XXIX 282
  • Chapter XXX 287
  • Chapter XXXI 291
  • Chapter XXXII 295
  • Chapter XXXIII 311
  • Chapter XXXIV 321
  • Chapter XXXV 332
  • Chapter XXXVI 342
  • Chapter XXXVII 348
  • Chapter XXXVIII 355
  • Two Lectures on the Lancashire Dialect. 361
  • Appendices 393
  • Explanatory Notes 401
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