Bob Hampton of Placer by Randall Parrish Page 1 of 301

CONTENTS

PART I

FROM OUT THE CANYON
CHAPTER
I HAMPTON, OF PLACER
II OLD GILLIS'S GIRL
III BETWEEN LIFE AND DEATH
IV ON THE NAKED PLAIN
V A NEW PROPOSITION
VI "TO BE OR NOT TO BE"
VII "I'VE COME HERE TO LIVE"
VIII A LAST REVOLT
IX AT THE OCCIDENTAL


PART II

WHAT OCCURRED IN GLENCAID
I THE ARRIVAL OF MISS SPENCER
II BECOMING ACQUAINTED
III UNDER ORDERS
IV SILENT MURPHY
V IN HONOR OF MISS SPENCER
VI THE LIEUTENANT MEETS MISS SPENCER
VII AN UNUSUAL GIRL
VIII THE REAPPEARANCE OF AN OLD FRIEND
IX THE VERGE OF A QUARREL
X A SLIGHT INTERRUPTION
XI THE DOOR OPENS, AND CLOSES AGAIN
XII THE COHORTS OF JUDGE LYNCH
XIII "SHE LOVES ME, SHE LOVES ME NOT"
XIV PLUCKED FROM THE BURNING
XV THE DOOR CLOSES
XVI THE RESCUE OF MISS SPENCER
XVII THE PARTING HOUR



PART III

ON THE LITTLE BIG HORN
I MR. HAMPTON RESOLVES
II THE TRAIL OF SILENT MURPHY
III THE HAUNTING OF A CRIME
IV THE VERGE OF CONFESSION
V ALONE WITH THE INSANE
VI ON THE LITTLE BIG HORN
VII THE FIGHT IN THE VALLEY
VIII THE OLD REGIMENT
IX THE LAST STAND


X THE CURTAIN FALLS

BOB HAMPTON OF PLACER

PART I
FROM OUT THE CANYON


CHAPTER I
HAMPTON, OF PLACER

It was not an uncommon tragedy of the West. If slightest chronicle of it survive, it must be discovered among the musty and nearly forgotten records of the Eighteenth Regiment of Infantry, yet it is extremely probable that even there the details were never written down.



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