Mehalah: a story of the salt marshes (1920)

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Mehalah: a story of the salt marshes  (1920) 
by Sabine Baring-Gould
original publication date of 1880
MEHALAH: a story of the salt marshes. S. Baring-Gould

First Edition (Smith, Elder & Co.)  October 1880
Fourteenth Impression June 1906
Cheap Edition (John Murray) June 1920


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CONTENTS
CHAPTER PAGE
I. THE RAY 1
II. THE RHYN 12
III. THE SEVEN WHISTLERS 26
IV. RED HALL 34
V. THE DECOY 45
VI. BLACK OR GOLD 53
VII. LIKE A BAD PENNY 67
VIII. WHERE IS HE? 80
IX. IN MOURNING 89
X. STRUCK COLOURS 96
XI. A DUTCH AUCTION 110
XII. A GILDED BALCONY 119
XIII. THE FLAG FLIES 127
XIV. ON THE BURNT HILL 138
XV. NEW YEAR'S EVE 149
XVI. IN NEW QUARTERS 159
XVII. FACE TO FACE 169
XVIII. IN A COBWEB 179
XIX. DE PROFUNDIS 190
XX. IN PROFUNDUM 201
XXI. IN VAIN! 211
XXII. THE LAST STRAW 223
XXIII. BEFORE THE ALTAR 232
XXIV. THE VIAL OF WRATH 241
XXV. IN THE DARKNESS 255
XXVI. THE FORGING OF THE RING 263
XXVII. THE RETURN OF THE LOST 273
XXVIII. TIMOTHY'S TIDINGS 280
XXIX. TEMPTATION 290
XXX. TO WEDDING BELLS 300


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