That Lass o' Lowrie's

That Lass o' Lowrie's  (1877) 
by Frances Hodgson Burnett
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SHE STEPPED INTO THE GALLERY BEFORE HE COULD PROTEST.

THAT LASS O' LOWRIE'S



BY


FRANCES HODGSON BURNETT



NEW YORK:

SCRIBNER, ARMSTRONG & COMPANY

1877.

COPYRIGHT BY
SCRBIRNER, ARMSTRONG & CO.,
1877.



John F. Trow & Son,
Printers and Bookbinders,
205–213 East 12th St.,
NEW YORK.

CONTENTS.




page
REVIEWS
What Is Said Of It Reviews
CHAPTER I.
A Difficult Case. 1
CHAPTER II.
"Liz". 14
CHAPTER III.
The Reverend Harold Barholm. 26
CHAPTER IV.
"Love me, Love my Dog". 39
CHAPTER V.
Outside the Hedge. 46
CHAPTER VI
Joan and the Child. 57
CHAPTER VII.
Anice at the Cottage. 65
CHAPTER VIII.
The Wager of Battle. 69
CHAPTER IX.
The News at the Rectory. 78
On the Knoll Road. 82
Nib and his Master make a Call. 86
On Guard. 90
Joan and the Picture. 96
The open "Davy". 104
A Discovery. 110
"Owd Sammy" in Trouble. 115
The Member of Parliament. 125
A Confession of Faith. 130
Ribbons 133
The new Gate-keeper. 140
Derrick's Question. 146
Master Landsell's Son. 150
CHAPTER XXIII.
"Cannybles". 157
CHAPTER XXIV.
Dan Lowrie's Return. 164
CHAPTER XXV.
The old Danger. 169
CHAPTER XXVI.
The Package returned. 174
CHAPTER XXVII.
Sammy Craddock's "Manny-ensis". 179
CHAPTER XXVIII.
Warned. 189
CHAPTER XXIX.
Lying in Wait. 193
CHAPTER XXX.
The Slip of Paper. 199
CHAPTER XXXI.
The last Blow. 203
CHAPTER XXXII.
"Turned Methody". 208
CHAPTER XXXIII.
Fate. 215
CHAPTER XXXIV.
The Decision. 219
CHAPTER XXXV.
In the Pit. 225
CHAPTER XXXVI.
Alive Yet. 235
CHAPTER XXXVII.
Watching and Waiting. 238
CHAPTER XXXVIII.
Recognition. 242
CHAPTER XXXIX.
Testimonial. 246
CHAPTER XL.
Going South. 250
CHAPTER XLI.
"A soart o' Pollygy". 255
CHAPTER XLII.
Ashley-Wold. 258
CHAPTER XLIII.
Liz comes Back. 264
CHAPTER XLIV.
Not Yet. 267

This work is in the public domain in the United States because it was published before January 1, 1927.


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