Jess of the Rebel Trail by H A Cody Page 1 of 257

CONTENTS

CHAPTER
I THE HOLD-UP II REBELLION III THE "EB AN' FLO" IV UNDER COVER V CAPTAIN SAMUEL GOES SHOPPING VI EBEN MAKES A DISCOVERY VII GIVING MARTHA THE GO-BY VIII WHAT THE COW DID IX MARTHA TAKES A HAND X UNWELCOME VISITORS XI IN PERIL OF DEATH XII CORNERED XIII A TRICKY PASSENGER XIV ANOTHER VICTIM XV TWO WOMEN'S TROUBLES XVI MORE THAN A DREAM XVII CAPTAIN SAM'L GOES HOME XVIII HARD LUCK XIX THE CAPTAIN GIVES ADVICE XX MRS. GRIMSBY'S MISSION XXI EBEN COMES ASHORE XXII ON THE REBEL TRAIL XXIII STRAIGHT TALK XXIV EBEN ATTENDS TO GRIMSBY XXV THE FOREST FIRE XXVI IN THE RING OF DEATH XXVII IN THE NICK OF TIME XXVIII IN URGENT NEED XXIX CONFESSION XXX JOY AT EVENTIDE

"I have no other but a woman's reason;
I think him so, because I think him so."
SHAKESPEARE
"When all other rights are taken away, the right of rebellion is made perfect."


THOMAS PAINE
"Women are never stronger than when they arm themselves with their weakness."

MADAME DU DEFFAND
JESS OF THE REBEL TRAIL

CHAPTER I
THE HOLD-UP

The glowing coals in the spacious grate seemed to fascinate the woman as she sat huddled in a big luxurious chair. The book she had been reading was lying open and unheeded on her lap. Her surroundings were by no means in keeping with her dejected manner.



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