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The tenants of malory

Author: Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu
Publisher: [Auckland, New Zealand] : The Floating Press, 1867. ©2013
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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After standing empty for years, the grand home known as Malory is suddenly found to be occupied. Understandably, the villagers of Cardyllian, the quaint town closest to Malory, are curious about the new tenants. Little do they know that the newcomers have brought with them a puzzling series of mysteries.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Fiction
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Le Fanu, Sheridan.
Tenants of Malory.
Auckland : The Floating Press, ©2014
Material Type: Document, Fiction, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu
ISBN: 9781776586448 1776586441 9781776586431 1776586433
OCLC Number: 896834638
Description: 1 online resource (649 pages)
Contents: Title; Contents; VOLUME I; Chapter I --
Concerning Two Ladies Who Sat in the Malory Pew; Chapter II --
All that the Draper''s Wife Could Tell; Chapter III --
Home to Ware; Chapter IV --
On the Green of Cardyllian; Chapter V --
A Visit to Hazelden; Chapter VI --
Malory by Moonlight; Chapter VII --
A View from the Refectory Window; Chapter VIII --
A Night Sail; Chapter IX --
The Reverend Isaac Dixie; Chapter X --
Reading an Epitaph; Chapter XI --
Farewell; Chapter XII --
In Which Cleve Verney Waylays an Old Lady; Chapter XIII --
The Boy with the Cage; Chapter XIV --
News About the Old Man of the Mountains. Chapter XV --
Within the SanctuaryChapter XVI --
An Unlooked-for Visitor; Chapter XVII --
They Visit the Chapel of Penruthyn Again; Chapter XVIII --
Cleve Again Before His Idol; Chapter XIX --
Cleve Verney Takes a Bold Step; Chapter XX --
His Fate; Chapter XXI --
Captain Shrapnell; Chapter XXII --
Sir Booth Speaks; Chapter XXIII --
Margaret Has Her Warning; Chapter XXIV --
Sir Booth in a Passion; Chapter XXV --
In Which the Ladies Peep into Cardyllian; VOLUME II; Chapter I --
In the Oak Parlour-A Meeting and Parting; Chapter II --
Judæus Apella; Chapter III --
Mr. Levi Visits Mrs. Mervyn. Chapter IV --
Mr. Benjamin Levi Recognises an AcquaintanceChapter V --
A Council of Three; Chapter VI --
Mr. Dingwell Arrives; Chapter VII --
Mr. Dingwell Makes Himself Comfortable; Chapter VIII --
The Lodger and His Landlady; Chapter IX --
In Which Mr. Dingwell Puts His Hand to the Poker; Chapter X --
Cleve Verney Sees the Chateau de Cresseron; Chapter XI --
She Comes and Speaks; Chapter XII --
Cleve Verney Has a Visitor; Chapter XIII --
The Rev. Isaac Dixie Sets Forth on a Mission; Chapter XIV --
Over the Herring-Pond; Chapter XV --
Mr. Cleve Verney Pays a Visit to Rosemary Court. Chapter XVI --
In Lord Verney''s LibraryChapter XVII --
An Ovation; Chapter XVIII --
Old Friends on the Green; Chapter XIX --
Vane Etherage Greets Lord Verney; Chapter XX --
Rebecca Mervyn Reads Her Letter; Chapter XXI --
By Rail to London; Chapter XXII --
Lady Dorminster''s Ball; VOLUME III; Chapter I --
A Lark; Chapter II --
A New Voice; Chapter III --
Cleve Comes; Chapter IV --
Love''s Remorse; Chapter V --
Mrs. Mervyn''s Dream; Chapter VI --
Tom Has a ""Talk"" with the Admiral; Chapter VII --
Arcadian Red Brick, Lilac, and Laburnum; Chapter VIII --
The Triumvirate; Chapter IX --
In Verney House. Chapter X --
A Thunder-StormChapter XI --
The Pale Horse; Chapter XII --
In Which His Friends Visit the Sick; Chapter XIII --
Mr. Dingwell Thinks of an Excursion; Chapter XIV --
A Surprise; Chapter XV --
Clay Rectory by Moonlight; Chapter XVI --
An Alarm; Chapter XVII --
A New Light; Chapter XVIII --
Mr. Dingwell and Mrs. Mervyn Converse; Chapter XIX --
The Greek Merchant Sees Lord Verney; Chapter XX --
A Break-Down; Chapter XXI --
Mr. Larkin''s Two Moves; Chapter XXII --
Conclusion.
Responsibility: Sheridan Le Fanu.

Abstract:

After standing empty for years, the grand home known as Malory is suddenly found to be occupied. Understandably, the villagers of Cardyllian, the quaint town closest to Malory, are curious about the new tenants. Little do they know that the newcomers have brought with them a puzzling series of mysteries.

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