Samuel Boyd of Catchpole Square by B L Farjeon Page 2 of 544


XXX. REGINALD'S MAN OF BUSINESS.
XXXI. SCENES IN CATCHPOLE SQUARE.
XXXII. "THE LITTLE BUSY BEE'S" REPORT OF THE INQUEST.
XXXIII. SCENES IN COURT.
XXXIV. GATHERING CLOUDS.
XXXV. LADY WHARTON STARTLES THE COURT.
XXXVI. THE CONTINUATION OF THE INQUEST.
XXXVII. DR. PYE MAKES A STATEMENT.
XXXVIII. DICK IS OF THE OPINION THAT THE MYSTERY SEEMS IMPENETRABLE, BUT IS STILL DETERMINED TO PIERCE IT.
XXXIX. GRACE MAKES A DISCOVERY.
XL. THE SPECTRE IN THE FLASH-LIGHT.
XLI. HOW A MURDERER MIGHT HAVE BEEN DISCOVERED.
XLII. A FAMILY COUNCIL.
XLIII. AUNT ROB PLAYS THE PART OF FAIRY GODMOTHER.
XLIV. IN THE CAUSE OF JUSTICE.
XLV. CROSS PURPOSES.


XLVI. "THE LITTLE BUSY BEE'S" REPORT OF THE CONTINUATION OF THE INQUEST.
XLVII. "THE LITTLE BUSY BEE" CONTINUES ITS REPORT OF THE INQUEST.
XLVIII. THE CORONER'S SUMMING-UP.
XLIX. LITTLE GRACIE DEATH ON THE TRAIL.
L. EZRA LYNN, THE MONEY-LENDER.
LI. A DEAD LOCK.
LII. ARRESTED FOR MURDER.
LIII. GRACIE RELATES THE STORY OF HER ADVENTURES.
LIV. EXTRACTS FROM "THE BUSY BEE" OF FRIDAY, THE 15TH OF MARCH, 1896.
LV. CONSTABLE APPLEBEE ON THE WATCH.
LVI. EXTRACTED FROM THE DIARY OF DAVID LAMBERT, DETECTIVE OFFICER.
LVII. DETECTIVE LAMBERT CONTINUES HIS DIARY.
LVIII. THE DISCOVERY OF THE CRYPTOGRAM.
LIX. CONSTABLE APPLEBEE DISTINGUISHES HIMSELF.
LX. FROM THE DIARY OF DETECTIVE LAMBERT.
LXI. FROM "THE LITTLE BUSY BEE" OF THURSDAY, MARCH 21ST.
LXII. AT THE MAGISTRATE'S COURT.



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