Geoffrey Hamlyn, by Henry Kingsley
- The Courtship and Marriage of John Thornton, Clerk, and the Birth of Some One who Takes
Rather a Conspicuous Part in Our Story.
- The History of (A Certain Family Living in) Europe, from the Battle of Trafalgar to the
Peace of 1818, Containing Facts Hitherto Unpublished.
- Some New Faces.
- In which the Reader is Made Accomplice to a Misprision of Felony.
- George Hawker Goes to the Fair — Wrestles, but Gets Thrown on His Back, Shoots at a Mark,
but Misses it.
- Major Buckley Gives His Opinion on Trout-fishing, on Emigration, and on George Hawker.
- The Vicar Hears Something to His Advantage.
- When the Kye Came Hame.
- In which We See a Good Deal of Mischief Brewing.
- In which the Vicar Preaches a Farewell Sermon.
- In which a Very Muscular Christian Indeed, Comes on the Stage.
- The Discovery of the Forgeries.
- The Major’s Visit to the “Nag’s-head.”
- The Brighton Races, and what Happened Thereat.
- The End of Mary’s Expedition.
- The First Puff of the South Wind.
- I Hire a New Horsebreaker.
- A Warm Christmas Day.
- Jim Stockbridge Begins to Take Another View of Matters.
- Sam Buckley’s Education.
- In which Mary Hawker Loses One of Her Oldest Sweethearts.
- In which the New Dean of B—— Makes His Appearance, and Astonishes the Major Out of His
- White Heathens
- The Golden Vineyard.
- A Gentleman from the Wars.
- Sam Meets with a Rival, and How he Treated Him.
- How the Child was Lost, and How he Got Found Again — What Cecil Said to Sam when They
Found Him — And How in Casting Lots, Although Cecil Won the Lot, he Lost the Prize.
- How Tom Troubridge Kept Watch for the First Time.
- Which is the Last Chapter but One in the Second Volume.
- In which James Brentwood and Samuel Buckley, Esquires, Combine to Disturb the Rest of
Captain Brentwood, R.a. And Succeed in Doing So.
- How They All Went Hunting for Sea Anemones at Cape Chatham — And How the Doctor Got a
Terrible Fright — And How Captain Blockstrop Showed that There was Good Reason for it.
- A Council of War.
- An Earthquake, a Colliery Explosion, and an Adventure.
- In which George Hawker Settles an Old Score with William Lee, Most Handsomely, Leaving, in
Fact, a Large Balance in His Own Favour.
- How Dr. Mulhaus Got Bushed in the Ranges, and what Befel Him There.
- The Last Gleam Before the Storm.
- The Storm Bursts.
- Widderin Shows Clearly that he is Worth All the Money Sam Gave for Him.
- The Fight Among the Fern-trees.
- Across the Snow.
- How Mary Hawker Heard the News.
- In which There are Some Astonishing Revelations with Regard to Dr. Mulhaus and Captain
- In which Sam Meets with a Serious Accident, and Gets Crippled for Life.
- How Mary Hawker Said “Yes.”
- The Latest Intelligence.