At the Sign of the Silver Flagon by B L Farjeon Page 1 of 305

CONTENTS
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PART I.--AT THE OTHER END OF THE WORLD.
CHAP.
I. SILVER CREEK TOWNSHIP.
II. HOW BABY OBTAINED HER SHARE IN THE STAR DRAMATIC COMPANY.
III. THE OPENING OF THE THEATRE, AND WHAT PART BABY TOOK IN THE PERFORMANCES.
IV. MR. HART SEARCHES FOR A GOLDEN REEF.
V. PHILIP'S RIDE FOR FLOWERS FOR MARGARET.
VI. ROMEO AND JULIET.
VII. AH, PHILIP, MY SON! I, ALSO, HAVE A GIRL WHOM I LOVE.
VIII. GOD BLESS EVERYBODY.
IX. A MAN OF METTLE.
X. TO-MORROW IS ST. VALENTINE'S DAY.
XI. "I AM GOING TO SPEAK OUT," SAID PHILIP.
XII. "PRAY FOR RAIN, MY DARLING."


XIII. "WHAT IF THERE ARE VILLAINS AND SCOUNDRELS IN THE WORLD?" HE CRIED. "WE WILL NEVER LOSE OUR FAITH IN GOD AND MAN--NEVER! NEVER! NEVER!"
XIV. "THIS IS LIKE THE DAWN OF LIFE, MY SWEET."
XV. PHILIP IS CONVINCED OF THE EFFICACY OF MARGARET'S PRAYERS.
XVI. THE CHRISTENING OF THE WILLIAM SMITH.
XVII. NATURE PUNISHES THE THIEF.
XVIII. WILLIAM SMITH'S AMBITION.
XIX. MR. HART PROMISES TO WAIT A LITTLE LONGER.
XX. THEY FLEW LIKE MADMEN INTO THE TOWN.
XXI. DRIVEN BY LOVE INTO THE JAWS OF DEATH.
XXII. "DEAR OLD FELLOW! GOD BLESS MARGARET AND YOU!"
PART II--HOME.
I. THE CURTAIN FALLS FOR A BRIEF SPACE.
II. "THE WORLD IS FULL OF SWEET AND BEAUTIFUL PLACES."
III. CUSTOS ROTULORUM.
IV. IT WAS JUST SUCH A DAY AS THIS; AND THE AIR WAS SWEET, AND LIFE WAS SWEET.



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