Desperate Remedies (Hardy)

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Desperate Remedies  (1871)  by Thomas Hardy
Contents

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PREFATORY NOTE

I. THE EVENTS OF THIRTY YEARS

1. DECEMBER AND JANUARY, 1835-36
2. FROM 1843 TO 1861
3. OCTOBER THE TWELFTH, 1863
4. OCTOBER THE NINETEENTH
5. FROM OCTOBER THE NINETEENTH TO JULY THE NINTH

II. THE EVENTS OF A FORTNIGHT

1. THE NINTH OF JULY
2. JULY THE ELEVENTH
3. FROM THE TWELFTH TO THE FIFTEENTH OF JULY
4. JULY THE TWENTY-FIRST

III. THE EVENTS OF EIGHT DAYS

1. FROM THE TWENTY-SECOND TO THE TWENTY-SEVENTH OF JULY
2. JULY THE TWENTY-NINTH

IV. THE EVENTS OF ONE DAY

1. AUGUST THE FOURTH. TILL FOUR O'CLOCK
2. FOUR O'CLOCK

V. THE EVENTS OF ONE DAY

1. AUGUST THE EIGHTH. MORNING AND AFTERNOON
2. EVENING
3. MIDNIGHT

VI. THE EVENTS OF TWELVE HOURS

1. AUGUST THE NINTH. ONE TO TWO O'CLOCK A.M.
2. TWO TO FIVE A.M.
3. HALF-PAST SEVEN TO TEN O'CLOCK A.M.
4. TEN TO TWELVE O'CLOCK A.M.

VII. THE EVENTS OF EIGHTEEN DAYS

1. AUGUST THE SEVENTEENTH
2. AUGUST THE TWENTIETH
3. AUGUST THE TWENTY-FIFTH
4. FROM AUGUST THE TWENTY-SIXTH TO SEPTEMBER THE FIRST
5. SEPTEMBER THE THIRD

VIII. THE EVENTS OF EIGHTEEN DAYS

1. FROM THE THIRD TO THE NINETEENTH OF SEPTEMBER
2. SEPTEMBER THE TWENTIETH. THREE TO FOUR P.M.
3. FOUR TO FIVE P.M.
4. FIVE TO SIX P.M.
5. SIX TO SEVEN P.M.

IX. THE EVENTS OF TEN WEEKS

1. FROM SEPTEMBER THE TWENTY-FIRST TO THE MIDDLE OF NOVEMBER
2. NOVEMBER THE EIGHTEENTH
3. NOVEMBER THE NINETEENTH. DAYBREAK
4. EIGHT TO TEN O'CLOCK A.M.
5. NOVEMBER THE TWENTIETH
6. NOVEMBER THE TWENTY-FIRST
7. FROM THE TWENTY-SECOND TO THE TWENTY-SEVENTH OF NOVEMBER

X. THE EVENTS OF A DAY AND NIGHT

1. NOVEMBER THE TWENTY-EIGHTH. UNTIL TEN P.M.
2. FROM TEN TO HALF-PAST ELEVEN P.M.
3. HALF-PAST ELEVEN TO TWELVE P.M.
4. NINE TO ELEVEN P.M.
5. MIDNIGHT
6. HALF-PAST TWELVE TO ONE A.M.
7. ONE TO TWO A.M.

XI. THE EVENTS OF FIVE DAYS

1. NOVEMBER THE TWENTY-NINTH
2. FROM NOVEMBER THE TWENTY-NINTH TO DECEMBER THE SECOND
3. DECEMBER THE SECOND. AFTERNOON
4. DECEMBER THE THIRD
5. DECEMBER THE FOURTH
6. DECEMBER THE FIFTH

XII. THE EVENTS OF TEN MONTHS

1. DECEMBER TO APRIL
2. THE THIRD OF MAY
3. FROM THE FOURTH OF MAY TO THE TWENTY-FIRST OF JUNE
4. FROM THE TWENTY-FIRST OF JUNE TO THE END OF JULY
5. FROM THE FIRST TO THE TWENTY-SEVENTH OF AUGUST
6. THE TWENTY-SEVENTH OF AUGUST
7. THE EARLY PART OF SEPTEMBER
8. THE TENTH OF SEPTEMBER
9. THE ELEVENTH OF SEPTEMBER

XIII. THE EVENTS OF ONE DAY

1. THE FIFTH OF JANUARY. BEFORE DAWN
2. MORNING
3. NOON
4. AFTERNOON
5. HALF-PAST TWO TO FIVE O'CLOCK P.M.
6. FIVE TO EIGHT O'CLOCK P.M.
7. A QUARTER-PAST EIGHT O'CLOCK P.M.
8. HALF-PAST EIGHT O'CLOCK P.M.
9. HALF-PAST EIGHT TO ELEVEN P.M.
10. ELEVEN O'CLOCK P.M.

XIV. THE EVENTS OF FIVE WEEKS

1. FROM THE SIXTH TO THE THIRTEENTH OF JANUARY
2. FROM THE EIGHTEENTH TO THE END OF JANUARY
3. THE FIRST OF FEBRUARY
4. THE TWELFTH OF FEBRUARY

XV. THE EVENTS OF THREE WEEKS

1. FROM THE TWELFTH OF FEBRUARY TO THE SECOND OF MARCH
2. THE THIRD OF MARCH
3. THE FIFTH OF MARCH

XVI. THE EVENTS OF ONE WEEK

1. MARCH THE SIXTH
2. MARCH THE TENTH
3. MARCH THE ELEVENTH
4. MARCH THE TWELFTH

XVII. THE EVENTS OF ONE DAY

1. MARCH THE THIRTEENTH. THREE TO SIX O'CLOCK A.M.
2. EIGHT O'CLOCK A.M.
3. AFTERNOON

XVIII. THE EVENTS OF THREE DAYS

1. MARCH THE EIGHTEENTH
2. MARCH THE TWENTIETH. SIX TO NINE O'CLOCK P.M.
3. FROM NINE TO TEN O'CLOCK P.M.

XIX. THE EVENTS OF A DAY AND NIGHT

1. MARCH THE TWENTY-FIRST. MORNING
2. AFTERNOON
3. FROM FIVE TO EIGHT O'CLOCK P.M.
4. FROM EIGHT TO ELEVEN O'CLOCK P.M.
5. FROM ELEVEN O'CLOCK TO MIDNIGHT
6. FROM MIDNIGHT TO HALF-PAST ONE A.M.

XX. THE EVENTS OF THREE HOURS

1. MARCH THE TWENTY-THIRD. MIDDAY
2. ONE TO TWO O'CLOCK P.M.

XXI. THE EVENTS OF EIGHTEEN HOURS

1. MARCH THE TWENTY-NINTH. NOON
2. SIX O'CLOCK P.M.
3. SEVEN O'CLOCK P.M.
4. MARCH THE THIRTIETH. DAYBREAK

SEQUEL


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