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He Knew He Was Right by Anthony Trollope

This novel was first published in serial form in 1868-1869, followed by a two-volume book version in 1869. Both were illustrated by Marcus Stone, and those illustrations can be seen in the HTML version of this e-text. See (http://www.gutenberg.org/files/5140/5140-h/5140-h.htm) or (http://www.gutenberg.org/files/5140/5140-h.zip)

HE KNEW HE WAS RIGHT

by

ANTHONY TROLLOPE

With Illustrations by Marcus Stone

CONTENTS

I. SHEWING HOW WRATH BEGAN. II. COLONEL OSBORNE. III. LADY MILBOROUGH'S DINNER PARTY. IV. HUGH STANBURY. V. SHEWING HOW THE QUARREL PROGRESSED. VI. SHEWING HOW RECONCILIATION WAS MADE. VII. MISS JEMIMA STANBURY, OF EXETER. VIII. "I KNOW IT WILL DO." IX. SHEWING HOW THE QUARREL PROGRESSED AGAIN. X. HARD WORDS. XI. LADY MILBOROUGH AS AMBASSADOR. XII. MISS STANBURY'S GENEROSITY. XIII. THE HONOURABLE MR. GLASCOCK. XIV. THE CLOCK HOUSE AT NUNCOMBE PUTNEY. XV. WHAT THEY SAID ABOUT IT IN THE CLOSE. XVI. DARTMOOR. XVII. A GENTLEMAN COMES TO NUNCOMBE PUTNEY. XVIII. THE STANBURY CORRESPONDENCE. XIX. BOZZLE, THE EX-POLICEMAN. XX. SHEWING HOW COLONEL OSBORNE WENT TO COCKCHAFFINGTON. XXI. SHEWING HOW COLONEL OSBORNE WENT TO NUNCOMBE PUTNEY. XXII. SHEWING HOW MISS STANBURY BEHAVED TO HER TWO NIECES. XXIII. COLONEL OSBORNE AND MR. BOZZLE RETURN TO LONDON. XXIV. NIDDON PARK. XXV. HUGH STANBURY SMOKES HIS PIPE. XXVI. A THIRD PARTY IS SO OBJECTIONABLE. XXVII. MR. TREVELYAN'S LETTER TO HIS WIFE. XXVIII. GREAT TRIBULATION. XXIX. MR. AND MRS. OUTHOUSE. XXX. DOROTHY MAKES UP HER MIND. XXXI. MR. BROOKE BURGESS. XXXII. THE "FULL MOON" AT ST. DIDDULPH'S. XXXIII. HUGH STANBURY SMOKES ANOTHER PIPE. XXXIV. PRISCILLA'S WISDOM. XXXV. MR. GIBSON'S GOOD FORTUNE. XXXVI. MISS STANBURY'S WRATH. XXXVII. MONT CENIS. XXXVIII. VERDICT OF THE JURY--"MAD, MY LORD." XXXIX. MISS NORA ROWLEY IS MALTREATED. XL. "C. G." XLI. SHEWING WHAT TOOK PLACE AT ST. DIDDULPH'S. XLII. MISS STANBURY AND MR. GIBSON BECOME TWO. XLIII. LABURNUM COTTAGE. XLIV. BROOKE BURGESS TAKES LEAVE OF EXETER. XLV. TREVELYAN AT VENICE. XLVI. THE AMERICAN MINISTER. XLVII. ABOUT FISHING, AND NAVIGATION, AND HEAD-DRESSES. XLVIII. MR. GIBSON IS PUNISHED. XLIX. MR. BROOKE BURGESS AFTER SUPPER. L. CAMILLA TRIUMPHANT. LI. SHEWING WHAT HAPPENED DURING MISS STANBURY'S ILLNESS. LII. MR. OUTHOUSE COMPLAINS THAT IT'S HARD. LIII.


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