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CATHERINE: A STORY

by William Makepeace Thackeray
[Catherine, A Story by Ikey Solomons, Esq., Junior.]

CONTENTS

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CHAPTER I. INTRODUCING TO THE READER THE CHIEF PERSONAGE OF THIS NARRATIVE.
CHAPTER II. IN WHICH ARE DEPICTED THE PLEASURES OF A SENTIMENTAL ATTACHMENT.
CHAPTER III. IN WHICH A NARCOTIC IS ADMINISTERED, AND A GREAT DEAL OF GENTEEL SOCIETY DEPICTED.
CHAPTER IV. IN WHICH MRS. CATHERINE BECOMES AN HONEST WOMAN AGAIN.
CHAPTER V. CONTAINS MR. BROCK'S AUTOBIOGRAPHY, AND OTHER MATTERS.
CHAPTER VI. ADVENTURES OF THE AMBASSADOR, MR. MACSHANE.
CHAPTER VII. WHICH EMBRACES A PERIOD OF SEVEN YEARS.


CHAPTER VIII. ENUMERATES THE ACCOMPLISHMENTS OF MASTER THOMAS BILLINGS - INTRODUCES BROCK AS DOCTOR WOOD - AND ANNOUNCES THE EXECUTION OF ENSIGN MACSHANE.
CHAPTER IX. INTERVIEW BETWEEN COUNT GALGENSTEIN AND MASTER THOMAS BILLINGS, WHEN HE INFORMS THE COUNT OF HIS PARENTAGE.
CHAPTER X. SHOWING HOW GALGENSTEIN AND MRS. CAT RECOGNISE EACH OTHER IN MARYLEBONE GARDENS - AND HOW THE COUNT DRIVES HER HOME IN HIS CARRIAGE.
CHAPTER XI. OF SOME DOMESTIC QUARRELS, AND THE CONSEQUENCE THEREOF.
CHAPTER XII. TREATS OF LOVE, AND PREPARES FOR DEATH.
CHAPTER XIII. BEING A PREPARATION FOR THE END.
CHAPTER THE LAST.
ANOTHER LAST CHAPTER.



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