Bardelys the Magnificent by Rafael Sabatini Page 1 of 252

CONTENTS

BARDELYS THE MAGNIFICENT

CHAPTER I. THE WAGER
CHAPTER II. THE KING'S WISHES
CHAPTER III. RENE DE LESPERON
CHAPTER IV. A MAID IN THE MOONLIGHT
CHAPTER V. THE VICOMTE DE LAVEDAN
CHAPTER VI. IN CONVALESCENCE
CHAPTER VII. THE HOSTILITY OF SAINT-EUSTACHE
CHAPTER VIII. THE PORTRAIT
CHAPTER IX. A NIGHT ALARM
CHAPTER X. THE RISEN DEAD
CHAPTER XI. THE KING'S COMMISSIONER
CHAPTER XII. THE TRIBUNAL OF TOULOUSE
CHAPTER XIII. THE ELEVENTH HOUR
CHAPTER XIV. EAVESDROPPING
CHAPTER XV. MONSIEUR DE CHATELLERAULT IS ANGRY


CHAPTER XVI. SWORDS!
CHAPTER XVII. THE BABBLING OF GANYMEDE
CHAPTER XVIII. SAINT-EUSTACHE IS OBSTINATE
CHAPTER XIX. THE FLINT AND THE STEEL
CHAPTER XX. THE "BRAVI" AT BLAGNAC
CHAPTER XXI. LOUIS THE JUST
CHAPTER XXII. WE UNSADDLE

BARDELYS THE MAGNIFICENT

CHAPTER I. THE WAGER

"Speak of the Devil," whispered La Fosse in my ear, and, moved by the words and by the significance of his glance, I turned in my chair.

1The door had opened, and under the lintel stood the thick-set figure of the Comte de Chatellerault. Before him a lacquey in my escutcheoned livery of red-and-gold was receiving, with back obsequiously bent, his hat and cloak.



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