Index:Ballantyne--The Pirate City.djvu

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CHAP. I. — OPENS THE TALE, 1

II.— UNFOLDS A LITTLE OF THE TALE, 7

III. — REVEALS SOMETHING SURPRISING IN REGARD TO EUROPEAN FORBEARANCE AND PIRATIC IMPUDENCE, 18

IV. — INTRODUCES THE READER TO THE PIRATE CITY, AND TO A FEW OF ITS PECULIARITIES AND PRACTICES, 28

v. — SHOWS THE LIGHT IN WHICH CONSULS WERE REGARDED BY PIRATES, AND TELLS OF A CRUEL SEPARATION AND A STUNNING BLOW, 45

VI. — SENDS A GLEAM OF HOPE INTO A GLOOMY REGION, 57

VII. — SOME NEW CHARACTERS WALK, GLIDE, AND FURIOUSLY GALLOP INTO THE TALE, AND OTHERWISE INTRODUCE THEMSELVES TO NOTICE, 68

VIII.— TED FLAGGAN AND RAIS ALI PROCEED ON A MISSION, AND SEE IMPRESSIVE SIGHTS, 77

IX. — DESCRIBES A MOORISH BRIDE, A WEDDING, AND A METAMORPHOSIS, BESIDES INDICATING A PLOT, 91

X. — SHOWS WHAT LESSONS WERE TAUGHT IN THE BAGNIO, AND DESCRIBES A BRAVE DASH FOE FREEDOM, 108

XI.— IS DIPLOMATIC AND OTHERWISE, 124

XII. — MRS. LANGLEY AND AGNES GO OCT TO DINNER, 138

CHAP. XIII. — RELATES SOMETHING ABOUT IMPROVEMENTS, SURPRISES, AND CHANGES IN THE STATE OF AFFAIRS, 162

XIV. — THE PLOT THICKENS, AND MARIANO'S FORBEARANCE AND COURAGE ARE TESTED, 164

XV. — IN WHICH TED FLAGGAN AND HIS FRIEND RAIS ALI ACT A CONSPICUOUS PART, AND A POLITICAL STORM BEGINS TO BREAK, 181

XVI. — TELLS OF RIOT AND REVOLUTION IN THE PIRATE CITY, 197

XVII. — FRANCISCO AND HIS SON IN DANGER, 216

XVIII. — IN WHICH SOLES ARE BEATEN AND MEN ARE SOLD—WITH PLOTS AND COUNTERPLOTS, 228

XIX. — DESCRIBES AN IMPORTANT EVENT IN THE PIRATE CITY, 244

XX. — DESCRIBES A RETREAT AMONG THE HILLS, 254

XXI. — SOCIAL INTERCOURSE IN THE CAVERN, 265

XXII. — SHOWS HOW THE PIRATES WERE WONT TO TREAT MEN OF NOTE, 277

XXIII.— IN WHICH DANGER LOOMS VERY DARK IN AND AROUND THE PIRATE CITY, 304

XXIV. — THE DARK CLOUDS BEGIN TO THICKEN—A RESCUE ATTEMPTED—MASTER JIM PLAYS A CONSPICUOUS PART, 326

XXV. — THE COMING STRUGGLE LOOMS ON THE HORIZON, 339

XXVI, — IN WHICH RAIS ALI AND TED FLAGGAN PLAY A VIGOROUS PART, 345

XXVII. — DESCRIBES THE BOMBARDMENT OF ALGIERS, 366

XXVIII. — THE LAST, 384