The Secret Service, the Field, the Dungeon, and the Escape

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THE
SECRET SERVICE,
THE FIELD, THE DUNGEON,
AND
THE ESCAPE.

"Wherein I spoke of most disastrous chances,
Of moving accidents, by flood and field;
Of hairbreadth 'scapes i' the imminent deadly breach;
Of being taken by the insolent foe,
And sold to slavery; of my redemption thence."
OTHELLO.

BY

ALBERT D. RICHARDSON,

TRIBUNE CORRESPONDENT.

Hartford, Conn.,
AMERICAN PUBLISHING COMPANY.

JONES BROS. & CO., PHILADELPHIA, PA., AND CINCINNATI, OHIO.

R. C. TREAT, CHICAGO, ILL.

1866.

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page 1
  • List of Illustrations 5
  • Contents 7
  • I The Secret Service 17
  • Chapter I 17
  • Chapter II 31
  • Chapter III 43
  • Chapter IV 57
  • Chapter V 71
  • Chapter VI 81
  • Chapter VII 91
  • Chapter VIII 105
  • II The Field 125
  • Chapter IX 125
  • Chapter X 141
  • Chapter XI 151
  • Chapter XII 157
  • Chapter XIII 173
  • Chapter XIV 181
  • Chapter XV 189
  • Chapter XVI 199
  • Chapter XVII 213
  • Chapter XVIII 225
  • Chapter XIX 235
  • Chapter XX 243
  • Chapter XXI 247
  • Chapter XXII 259
  • Chapter XXIII 275
  • Chapter XXIV 287
  • Chapter XXV 299
  • Chapter XXVI 311
  • Chapter XXVII 327
  • III The Dungeon 337
  • Chapter XXVIII 337
  • Chapter XXIX 347
  • Chapter XXX 357
  • Chapter XXXI 365
  • Chapter XXXII 373
  • Chapter XXXIII 381
  • Chapter XXXIV 387
  • Chapter XXXV 393
  • Chapter XXXVI 401
  • Chapter XXXVII 411
  • Chapter XXXVIII 419
  • IV The Escape 427
  • Chapter XXXIX 427
  • Chapter XL 435
  • Chapter XLI 441
  • Chapter XLII 449
  • Chapter XLIII 461
  • Chapter XLIV 469
  • Chapter XLV 477
  • Chapter XLVI 487
  • Chapter XLVII 495
  • Chapter XLVIII 503
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