Jessie Trim by B L Farjeon Page 1 of 469

CONTENTS.
Chap.

I. My Grandmother's Wedding.
II. I am frightened of my Shadow.
III. My Grandmother's Long Stocking.
IV. I murder my Baby-brother.
V. I play the Part of Chief Mourner.
VI. In which a great Change in my Circumstances takes place.
VII. In which a Fairy in a Cotton-Print Dress is introduced.
VIII. A Postman's Knock.
IX. Uncle Bryan introduces himself.
X. Our new Home.
XI. In which I take part in some lawless Expeditions.
XII. A singular Episode in our quiet Life.
XIII. A sudden Shock.
XIV. The World becomes bright again.
XV. Jessie's Rosewater Philosophy.
XVI. The Stone Monkey Figure gives up its Treasures.


XVII. The true Story of Anthony Bullpit.
XVIII. Uncle Bryan commences the Story of his Life.
XIX. Strange Revelations in Uncle Bryan's Life.
XX. Uncle Bryan concludes his Story.
XXI. I receive an Invitation.
XXII. I am introduced to a Theatrical Family.
XXIII. The Sunday-night Suppers at the Wests'.
XXIV. Turk, the First Villain.
XXV. Holding the Word of Promise to the Ear.
XXVI. We enjoy a deceitful Calm.
XXVII. The Storm breaks.
XXVIII. Colour-blind.
XXIX. Preparations for an important Event
XXX. Jessie's Triumph.
XXXI. My Mother expresses her Fears concerning Jessie.
XXXII. Jessie makes an Explanation.
XXXIII. Mr. Glover.
XXXIV. Turk West's Appearance at the West-end Theatre, and its Results.



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