By J. M. Barrie
Chicago and New York
Rand, McNally & Company
chapter page I. Matrimony and Smoking compared 7 II. My First Cigar 16 III. The Arcadia Mixture 22 IV. My Pipes 30 V. My Tobacco-Pouch 39 VI. My Smoking-Table 44 VII. Gilray 50 VIII. Marriot 57 IX. Jimmy 65 X. Scrymgeour 71 XI. His Wife's Cigars 78 XII. Gilray's Flower-Pot 84 XIII. The Grandest Scene in History 91 XIV. My Brother Henry 102 XV. House-Boat "Arcadia" 108 XVI. The Arcadia Mixture Again 115 XVII. The Romance of a Pipe-Cleaner 123 XXVIII. What could he do? 130 XIX. Primus 137 XX. Primus to his Uncle 144 XXI. English-grown Tobacco 152 XXII. How Heroes smoke 159 XXIII. The Ghost of Christmas Eve 165 XXIV. Not the Arcadia 171 XXV. A Face that haunted Marriot 177 XXVI. Arcadians at Bay 183 XXVII. Jimmy's Dream 189 XXVIII. Gilray's Dream 195 XXIX. Pettigrew's Dream 201 XXX. The Murder in the Inn 207 XXXI. The Perils of not Smoking 211 XXXII. My Last Pipe 218 XXXIII. When my Wife is Asleep and all the House is Still 225
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