The Chronicles of Count Antonio by Anthony Hope Page 1 of 187
TO THE HONOURABLE SIR HENRY HAWKINS.
My dear Sir Henry:
It gives me very great pleasure to be allowed to dedicate this book to you. I hope you will accept it as a token of thanks for much kindness, of your former Marshal's pleasant memory of his service, and of sincere respect for a clear-sighted, firm, and compassionate Judge.
Your affectionate cousin,
A. H. H.
London, August, 1895.
I.- How Count Antonio took to the hills
II.- Count Antonio and the traitor prince
III.- Count Antonio and the Prince of Mantivoglia
IV.- Count Antonio and the wizard's drug
V.- Count Antonio and the sacred bones
VI.- Count Antonio and the hermit of the vault
VII.- Count Antonio and the Lady of Rilano
VIII.- The manner of Count Antonio's return