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Colonel Quaritch, V.C.
by H. Rider Haggard
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CONTENTS
Chapter I. Harold Quaritch Meditates
Chapter II. The Colonel Meets the Squire
Chapter III. The Tale of Sir James De La Molle
Chapter IV. The End of the Tale
Chapter V. The Squire Explains the Position
Chapter VI. Lawyer Quest
Chapter VII. Edward Cossey, Esquire
Chapter VIII. Mr. Quest's Wife
Chapter IX. The Shadow of Ruin
Chapter X. The Tennis Party
Chapter XI. Ida's Bargain
Chapter XII. George Prophesies
Chapter XIII. About Art
Chapter XIV. The Tiger Shows Her Claws
Chapter XV. The Happy Days
Chapter XVI. The House With the Red Pillars
Chapter XVII. The Tigress in Her Den
Chapter XVIII. “What Some Have Found So Sweet”
Chapter XIX. In Pawn
Chapter XX. “Good-bye to You, Edward”
Chapter XXI. The Colonel Goes Out Shooting
Chapter XXII. The End of the Match
Chapter XXIII. The Blow Falls
Chapter XXIV. “Good-bye, My Dear, Good-bye!”
Chapter XXV. The Squire Gives His Consent
Chapter XXVI. Belle Pays a Visit
Chapter XXVII. Mr. Quest Has His Innings
Chapter XXVIII. How George Treated Johnnie
Chapter XXIX. Edward Cossey Meets With an Accident
Chapter XXX. Harold Takes the News
Chapter XXXI. Ida Recants
Chapter XXXII. George Prophesies Again
Chapter XXXIII. The Squire Speaks His Mind
Chapter XXXIV. George's Diplomatic Errand
Chapter XXXV. The Sword of Damocles
Chapter XXXVI. How the Game Ended
Chapter XXXVII. Sister Agnes
Chapter XXXVIII. Colonel Quaritch Expresses His Views
Chapter XXXIX. The Colonel Goes to Sleep
Chapter XL. But Not to Bed
Chapter XLI. How the Night Went

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