The Amateur Gentleman
  • CHAPTER I. IN WHICH BABNABAS KNOCKS DOWN HIS FATHER, THOUGH AS DUTIFULLY AS MAY BE
  • CHAPTER II. IN WHICH IS MUCH UNPLEASING MATTER REGARDING SILK PURSES, SOWS' EARS, MEN, AND GENTLEMEN
  • CHAPTER III. HOW BARNABAS SET OUT FOR LONDON TOWN
  • CHAPTER IV. HOW BARNABAS FELL IN WITH A PEDLER OF BOOKS, AND PURCHASED A "PRICELESS WOLLUM"
  • CHAPTER V. IN WHICH THE HISTORIAN SEES FIT TO INTRODUCE A LADY OF QUALITY; AND FURTHER NARRATES HOW BARNABAS TORE A WONDERFUL BOTTLE-GREEN COAT
  • CHAPTER VI. OF THE BEWITCHMENT OF BLACK EYELASHES; AND OF A FATEFUL LACE HANDKERCHIEF
  • CHAPTER VII. IN WHICH MAY BE FOUND DIVERS RULES AND MAXIMS FOR THE ART OF BOWING
  • CHAPTER VIII. CONCERNING THE CAPTAIN'S ARM, THE BOSUN'S LEG, AND THE "BELISARIUS," SEVENTY-FOUR
  • CHAPTER IX. WHICH CONCERNS ITSELF, AMONG OTHER MATTERS, WITH THE VIRTUES OF A PAIR OF STOCKS AND THE PERVERSITY OF FATHERS
  • CHAPTER X. WHICH DESCRIBES A PERIPATETIC CONVERSATION
  • CHAPTER XI. IN WHICH FISTS ARE CLENCHED; AND OF A SELFISH MAN, WHO WAS AN APOSTLE OF PEACE
  • CHAPTER XII. OF THE STRANGER'S TALE, WHICH, BEING SHORT, MAY PERHAPS MEET WITH THE READER'S KIND APPROBATION.
  • CHAPTER XIII. IN WHICH BARNABAS MAKES A CONFESSION
  • CHAPTER XIV. CONCERNING THE BUTTONS OF ONE MILO OF CROTONA
  • CHAPTER XV. IN WHICH THE PATIENT READER MAY LEARN SOMETHING OF THE GENTLEMAN IN THE JAUNTY HAT
  • CHAPTER XVI. IN WHICH BARNABAS ENGAGES ONE WITHOUT A CHARACTER
  • CHAPTER XVII. IN WHICH BARNABAS PARTS COMPANY WITH THE PERSON OF QUALITY
  • CHAPTER XVIII. HOW BARNABAS CAME TO OAKSHOTT'S BARN
  • CHAPTER XIX. WHICH TELLS HOW BARNABAS TALKS WITH MY LADY CLEONE FOR THE SECOND TIME
  • CHAPTER XX. OF THE PROPHECY OF ONE BILLY BUTTON, A MADMAN
  • CHAPTER XXI. IN WHICH BARNABAS UNDERTAKES A MISSION
  • CHAPTER XXII. IN WHICH THE READER IS INTRODUCED TO AN ANCIENT FINGER-POST
  • CHAPTER XXIII. HOW BARNABAS SAVED HIS LIFE--BECAUSE HE WAS AFRAID
  • CHAPTER XXIV. WHICH RELATES SOMETHING OF THE "WHITE LION" AT TENTERDEN
  • CHAPTER XXV. OF THE COACHMAN'S STORY
  • CHAPTER XXVI. CONCERNING THE DUTIES OF A VALET--AND A MAN
  • CHAPTER XXVII. HOW BARNABAS BOUGHT AN UNRIDABLE HORSE--AND RODE IT
  • CHAPTER XXVIII. CONCERNING, AMONG OTHER THINGS, THE LEGS OF A GENTLEMAN-IN-POWDER
  • CHAPTER XXIX. WHICH DESCRIBES SOMETHING OF THE MISFORTUNES OF RONALD BARRYMAINE
  • CHAPTER XXX. IN WHICH RONALD BARRYMAINE MAKES HIS CHOICE
  • CHAPTER XXXI. WHICH DESCRIBES SOME OF THE EVILS OF VINDICTIVENESS
  • CHAPTER XXXII. OF CORPORAL RICHARD ROE, LATE OF THE GRENADIERS; AND FURTHER CONCERNING MR. SHRIG'S LITTLE READER
  • CHAPTER XXXIII. CONCERNING THE DUTY OF FATHERS; MORE ESPECIALLY THE VISCOUNT'S "ROMAN"
  • CHAPTER XXXIV. OF THE LUCK OF CAPTAIN SLINGSBY, OF THE GUARDS
  • CHAPTER XXXV. HOW BARNABAS MET JASPER GAUNT, AND WHAT CAME OF IT
  • CHAPTER XXXVI. OF AN ETHICAL DISCUSSION, WHICH THE READER IS ADVISED TO SKIP
  • CHAPTER XXXVII. IN WHICH THE BO'SUN DISCOURSES ON LOVE AND ITS SYMPTOMS
  • CHAPTER XXXVIII. HOW BARNABAS CLIMBED A WALL
  • CHAPTER XXXIX. IN WHICH THE PATIENT READER IS INTRODUCED TO AN ALMOST HUMAN DUCHESS
  • CHAPTER XL. WHICH RELATES SUNDRY HAPPENINGS AT THE GARDEN FETE
  • CHAPTER XLI. IN WHICH BARNABAS MAKES A SURPRISING DISCOVERY, THAT MAY NOT SURPRISE THE READER IN THE LEAST
  • CHAPTER XLII. IN WHICH SHALL BE FOUND FURTHER MENTION OF A FINGER-POST
  • CHAPTER XLIII. IN WHICH BARNABAS MAKES A BET, AND RECEIVES A WARNING
  • CHAPTER XLIV. OF THE TRIBULATIONS OF THE LEGS OF THE GENTLEMAN-IN-POWDER
  • CHAPTER XLV. HOW BARNABAS SOUGHT COUNSEL OF THE DUCHESS "BO'SUN?"
  • CHAPTER XLVI. WHICH CONCERNS ITSELF WITH SMALL THINGS IN GENERAL, AND A PEBBLE IN PARTICULAR
  • CHAPTER XLVII. HOW BARNABAS FOUND HIS MANHOOD
  • CHAPTER XLVIII. IN WHICH "THE TERROR," HITHERTO KNOWN AS "FOUR-LEGS," JUSTIFIES HIS NEW NAME
  • CHAPTER XLIX. WHICH, BEING SOMEWHAT IMPORTANT, IS CONSEQUENTLY SHORT
  • CHAPTER L. IN WHICH RONALD BARRYMAINE SPEAKS HIS MIND
  • CHAPTER LI. WHICH TELLS HOW AND WHY MR. SHRIG'S CASE WAS SPOILED
  • CHAPTER LII. OF A BREAKFAST, A ROMAN PARENT, AND A KISS
  • CHAPTER LIII. IN WHICH SHALL BE FOUND SOME ACCOUNT OF THE GENTLEMAN'S STEEPLECHASE
  • CHAPTER LIV. WHICH CONCERNS ITSELF CHIEFLY WITH A LETTER
  • CHAPTER LV. WHICH NARRATES SUNDRY HAPPENINGS AT OAKSHOTT'S BARN
  • CHAPTER LVI. OF THE GATHERING OF THE SHADOWS
  • CHAPTER LVII. BEING A PARENTHETICAL CHAPTER ON DOUBT, WHICH, THOUGH UNINTERESTING, IS VERY SHORT
  • CHAPTER LVIII. HOW VISCOUNT DEVENHAM FOUND HIM A VISCOUNTESS
  • CHAPTER LIX. WHICH RELATES, AMONG OTHER THINGS, HOW BARNABAS LOST HIS HAT
  • CHAPTER LX. WHICH TELLS OF A RECONCILIATION
  • CHAPTER LXI. HOW BARNABAS WENT TO HIS TRIUMPH
  • CHAPTER LXII. WHICH TELLS HOW BARNABAS TRIUMPHED IN SPITE OF ALL
  • CHAPTER LXIII. WHICH TELLS HOW BARNABAS HEARD THE TICKING OF A CLOCK
  • CHAPTER LXIV. WHICH SHOWS SOMETHING OF THE HORRORS OF REMORSE
  • CHAPTER LXV. WHICH TELLS HOW BARNABAS DISCHARGED HIS VALET
  • CHAPTER LXVI. OF CERTAIN CON-CLUSIONS DRAWN BY MR. SHRIG
  • CHAPTER LXVII. WHICH GIVES SOME ACCOUNT OF THE WORST PLACE IN THE WORLD
  • CHAPTER LXVIII. CONCERNING THE IDENTITY OF MR. BIMBY'S GUEST
  • CHAPTER LXIX. HOW BARNABAS LED A HUE AND CRY
  • CHAPTER LXX. WHICH TELLS HOW BARNABAS RODE ANOTHER RACE
  • CHAPTER LXXI. WHICH TELLS HOW BARNABAS, IN HIS FOLLY, CHOSE THE HARDER COURSE
  • CHAPTER LXXII. HOW RONALD BARREYMAINE SQUARED HIS ACCOUNT
  • CHAPTER LXXIII. WHICH RECOUNTS THREE AWAKENINGS
  • CHAPTER LXXIV. HOW THE DUCHESS MADE UP HER MIND, AND BARNABAS DID THE LIKE
  • CHAPTER LXXV. WHICH TELLS WHY BARNABAS FORGOT HIS BREAKFAST
  • CHAPTER LXXVI. HOW THE VISCOUNT PROPOSED A TOAST
  • CHAPTER LXXVII. HOW BARNABAS RODE HOMEWARDS, AND TOOK COUNSEL OF A PEDLER OF BOOKS
  • CHAPTER LXXVIII. WHICH TELLS HOW BARNABAS CAME HOME AGAIN, AND HOW HE AWOKE FOR THE FOURTH TIME
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