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Red rock : a chronicle of reconstruction

Author: Thomas Nelson Page; B West Clinedinst
Publisher: New York : Grosset & Dunlap, ©1898.
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Genre/Form: Fiction
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Page, Thomas Nelson, 1853-1922.
Red rock.
New York : Grosset & Dunlap, ©1898
(OCoLC)761219341
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas Nelson Page; B West Clinedinst
OCLC Number: 4169297
Description: xiv, 584 pages, [1] leaf of plates : illustrations ; 20 cm
Contents: In which there are several introductions --
In which two strangers visit Red Rock and are invited to come again --
The visitors start south again, and their former hosts go to meet them --
In which a long jump is taken --
Dr. Cary returns from the war, and takes an inventory of stock --
A broken soldier comes home from war --
The Cary conference --
Mr. Hiram still tells how to bridle a shy horse, and Captain Allen lays down his hoe --
Mr. Jonadal Leech turns up with a carpet-bag and opens his bureau --
The provost makes his first move --
The provost catches a tartar, and Captain Middleton seeks the consolations of religion --
Captain Allen takes the oath of allegiance and Jacquelin Gray loses his buttons and some old papers --
Steve Allen learns Miss Thomasia's secret and forswears cards --
Leech secures an order and loses it --
Captain Middleton has a test of peace and is ordered west. The new troop meets the enemy --
Jacquelin Gray goes on a long voyage and Red Rock passes out of his hands --
Leech as a statesman and Dr. Cary as a collector of bills --
Hiram Still collects his debts --
Leech looks higher and gets a fall --
Dr. Cary meets an old college mate and learns that the Athenians also practice hospitality --
Jacquelin Gray comes home and claims a graveyard --
Two new residents come to the county --
The travellers are entertained in a farmhouse --
The trick-doctor --
Major Welch and Ruth become residents --
Hiram Still gets a legal opinion and Captain Allen climbs for cherries --
Mrs. Welch arrives and gives her first lession in enterprise --
Mrs. Welch enters the harvest --
Some of the grain Mrs. Welch reaped --
Jacquelin Gray learns that he is a fool, and Steve astonished Major Welch. A cut direct and a rejected address --
Blair Cary saves a rival school --
Leech and Still make a move, and two women check them --
Captain Allen finds Rupert and breaks the law --
Mr. Still offers a compromise, and a bluff --
In which it is shown that, in a trial, counsel may ask one question too many --
In which Mr. Leech springs a trap with much success --
Captain Allen claims the reward Leech offered --
Jacquelin Gray and Andy Stamper pay an old debt --
Dr. Cary writes a letter to an old friend --
Captain Allen surrenders --
Miss Welch hears a piece of news --
Middleton revisits Red Rock, and an old soldier lays down his arms --
Captain Allen has an unexpected visitor --
The old lawyer declines to surprist the court, and surprises Leech --
Som of the threads are tied.
Responsibility: by Thomas Nelson Page ; illustrated by B. West Clinedinst.

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