Ayala's Angel, by Anthony Trollope

Table of Contents

  1. The two sisters
  2. Lucy with her Aunt Dosett
  3. Lucy’s troubles
  4. Isadore Hamel
  5. At Glenbogie
  6. At Rome
  7. Tom Tringle in earnest
  8. The lout
  9. The exchange
  10. Ayala and her Aunt Margaret
  11. Tom Tringle comes to the crescent
  12. “Would you?”
  13. How the Tringles fell into trouble
  14. Frank Houston
  15. Ayala with her friends
  16. Jonathan Stubbs
  17. Lucy is very firm
  18. Down in Scotland
  19. Isadore Hamel is asked to lunch
  20. Stubbs upon matrimony
  21. Ayalaxr’s indignation
  22. Ayala’s gratitude
  23. Stalham Park
  24. Rufford Cross-Roads
  25. “You are not he”
  26. “The finest hero that I ever knew”
  27. Lady Albury’s letter
  28. Miss Docimer
  29. At Merle Park. No. 1
  30. At Merle Park. No. 2
  31. The diamond necklace
  32. Tom’s despair
  33. Isadore Hamel in Lombard Street
  34. “I never threatened to turn you out”
  35. Tom Tringle sends a challenge
  36. Tom Tringle gets an answer
  37. Gertrude is unsuccessful
  38. Frank Houston is penitent
  39. Captain Batsby
  40. Aunt Emmeline’s new proposition
  41. “A cold prospect!”
  42. Another duel
  43. Once more!
  44. In the Haymarket
  45. There is something of the angel about him
  46. Ayala goes again to Stalham
  47. Captain Batsby At Merle Park
  48. The journey to Ostend
  49. The new frock
  50. Gobblegoose Wood on Sunday
  51. “No!”
  52. “I call it folly.”
  53. How Lucy’s affairs arranged themselves
  54. Tom’s last attempt
  55. In the castle there lived a knight
  56. Gobblegoose Wood again
  57. Captain Batsby in Lombard Street
  58. Mr Traffick in Lombard Street
  59. Tregothnan
  60. Aunt Rosina
  61. Tom Tringle goes upon his travels
  62. How very much he loved her
  63. Ayala again in London
  64. Ayala’s marriage

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