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Treasure Island 1911.djvu

CONTENTS


THE OLD BUCCANEER

CHAPTER PAGE
I. The Old Sea Dog at the "Admiral Benbow" 3
II. Black Dog Appears and Disappears 11
III. The Black Spot 19
IV. The Sea-Chest 27
V. The Last of the Blind Man 35
VI. The Captain's Papers 42

THE SEA COOK

VII. I go to Bristol 53
VIII. At the Sign of the Spy-glass 59
IX. Powder and Arms 66
X. The Voyage 73
XI. What I Heard in the Apple Barrel 80
XII. Council of War 88

MY SHORE ADVENTURE

XIII. How my Shore Adventure Began 97
XIV. The First Blow 104
XV. The Man of the Island 111


THE STOCKADE

XVI. Narrative Continued by the Doctor: How the Ship was Abandoned 23
XVII. Narrative Continued by the Doctor: The Jolly-boat'S Last Trip 130
XVIII. Narrative Continued by the Doctor: End of the First Day's Fighting 136
XIX. Narrative Resumed by Jim Hawkins: the Garrison in the Stockade 142
XX. Silver's Embassy 150
XXI. The Attack 157


MY SEA ADVENTURE

XXII. How my Sea Adventure Began 167
XXIII. The Ebb-Tide Runs 175
XXIV. The Cruise of the Coracle 181
XXV. I Strike the Jolly Roger 188
XXVI. Israel Hands 195
XXVII. "Pieces of Eight" 205

CAPTAIN SILVER

XXVIII. In the Enemy's Camp 215
XXIX. The Black Spot Again 225
XXX. On Parole 233
XXXI. The Treasure Hunt—Flint's Pointer 242
XXXII. The Treasure Hunt—The Voice Among The Trees 251
XXXIII. The Fall of a Chieftain 259
XXXIV. And Last 267