JOHN AND ROBERT MAXWELL
MILTON HOUSE, SHOE LANE, FLEET STREET
ST. BRIDE STREET, LUDGATE CIRCUS, E.C.
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chap. page i. In a Cornish Valley 1 ii. After the Inquest 18 iii. Joseph Distin 31 iv. Bothwell declines to Answer 44 v. People will Talk 52 vi. A Clerical Warning 58 vii. A rapid Conversion 71 viii. A valuable Ally 79 ix. Fever Dreams 83 x. "Touch Lips and part with Tears" 97 xi. A fatal Love 111 xii. Leonie's Mission 124 xiii. A Student of Men and Women 139 xiv. Bothwell begins to see his Way 153 xv. The Home of the Past 169 xvi. A Face from the Grave 176 xvii. Struck Down 183 xviii. The General receives a Summons 196 xix. Widowed and Free 209 xx. Two Women 223 xxi. Roses on a Grave 228 xxii. Wedding Garments 240 xxiii. Lady Valeria fights her own Battle 253 xxiv. An Elopement on new Lines 264 xxv. In the Land of Bohemia 276 xxvi. Reaping the Whirlwind 282 xxvii. How such Things end 287 xxviii. One who must remember 293 xxix. The last Link 305 xxx. Waiting for his Doom 316 xxxi. "Alike is Hell, or Paradise, or Heaven" 320 xxxii. "Sweet is Death for Evermore" 334 xxxiii. "Who knows not Circe?" 338 xxxiv. "How like a Winter hath thy Absence been" 344