Phineas Finn, by Anthony Trollope

Table of Contents

  1. Phineas Finn proposes to stand for Loughshane
  2. Phineas Finn is elected for Loughshane
  3. Phineas Finn takes his seat
  4. Lady Laura Standish
  5. Mr and Mrs Low
  6. Lord Brentford”s dinner
  7. Mr and Mrs Bunce
  8. The news about Mr Mildmay and Sir Everard
  9. The new Government
  10. Violet Effingham
  11. Lord Chiltern
  12. Autumnal prospects
  13. Saulsby Wood
  14. Loughlinter
  15. Donald Bean”s pony
  16. Phineas Finn returns to Killaloe
  17. Phineas Finn returns to London
  18. Mr Turnbull
  19. Lord Chiltern rides his horse Bonebreaker
  20. The Debate on the Ballot
  21. “ Do be punctual ”
  22. Lady Baldock at home
  23. Sunday in Grosvenor Place
  24. The Willingford Bull
  25. Mr Turnbull”s carriage stops the way
  26. “ The first speech ”
  27. Phineas discussed
  28. The second reading is carried
  29. A Cabinet meeting
  30. Mr Kennedy”s luck
  31. Finn for Loughton
  32. Lady Laura Kennedy”s headache
  33. Mr Slide”s grievance
  34. Was he honest?
  35. Mr Monk upon reform
  36. Phineas Finn makes progress
  37. A rough encounter
  38. The duel
  39. Lady Laura is told
  40. Madame Max Goesler
  41. Lord Fawn
  42. Lady Baldock does not send a card to Phineas Finn
  43. Promotion
  44. Phineas and his friends
  45. Miss Effingham”s four lovers
  46. The Mousetrap
  47. Mr Mildmay”s bill
  48. “ The Duke ”
  49. The Duellists meet
  50. Again successful
  51. Troubles at Loughlinter
  52. The first Blow
  53. Showing how Phineas bore the blow
  54. Consolation
  55. Lord Chiltern at Saulsby
  56. What the people in Marylebone thought
  57. The top brick of the chimney
  58. Rara avis in terris
  59. The Earl”s wrath
  60. Madame Goesler”s politics
  61. Another duel
  62. The letter that was sent to Brighton
  63. Showing how the Duke stood his ground
  64. The Horns
  65. The Cabinet Minister at Killaloe
  66. Victrix
  67. Job”s comforters
  68. The joint attack
  69. The Temptress
  70. The Prime Minister”s house
  71. Comparing notes
  72. Madame Goesler”s generosity
  73. Amantium irae
  74. The beginning of the end
  75. P.P.C.
  76. Conclusion

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