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CONTENTS.



PART SECOND—IN PARIS.
 
BOOK FIRST.—CIMOURDAIN.
 
I. The Streets of Paris at this Period. 94
II. Cimourdain. 101
III. A Heel not Dipped in the Styx. 107

BOOK SECOND.—THE PUBLIC HOUSE OF THE RUE DU PAON.
 
I. Minos, Æacus, and Rhadamanthus. 111
II. Magna Testantur Voce per Umbras. 112
III. The Thrill of Hidden Chords. 126

BOOK THIRD.—THE CONVENTION.
 
I. The Convention. 135
II. Marat in the Lobby. 158

PART THIRD.—IN VENDEE.
 
BOOK FIRST.—IN VENDEE.
 
I. The Forests. 164
II. The Men. 166
III. Men and Forests in Connivance. 168
IV. Their Life Underground. 170
V. Their Life in Time of War. 172
VI. The Soul of the Earth absorbed by Men. 177
VII. La Vendée was the End of Brittany. 180

BOOK SECOND.—THE THREE CHILDREN.
 
I. Plus Quam Civilia Bella. 181
II. Dol. 188
III. Small Armies and Great Battles. 194
IV. It is the Second Time. 201
V. The Drop of Cold Water. 203
VI. A Healed Breast, a Bleeding Heart. 206
VII. The Two Poles of Truth. 211
VIII. Dolorosa. 217
IX. A Provincial Bastille. 220
X. The Hostages. 228
XI. Terrible as in Ancient Days. 234