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Moondyne  (1879) 
by John Boyle O'Reilly

Moondyne is an 1879 novel by John Boyle O'Reilly, which was made into a film of the same name in 1913. It is very loosely based on the life of the Western Australian convict escapee and bushranger Moondyne Joe.

Excerpted from Moondyne on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.


The Gold Mine of the Vasse[edit]

  1. The Land of the Red Line
  2. The Convict Road Party
  3. Number 406
  4. Bond and Free
  5. The Koagulup Swamp
  6. The Bribe
  7. The Iron-Stone Mountains
  8. The King of the Vasse
  9. A Dark Night and Day
  10. On the Trail

The Sandalwood Trade[edit]

  1. The Mate of the Canton
  2. Counternining the Miner
  3. The Sandalwood Agency
  4. The Teamsters' Tavern
  5. In Search of His Sorrow
  6. The Door of the Cell
  7. Millbank
  8. Sir Joshua Hobb's Convict Mill
  9. Mr. Wyville
  10. The Upas Tree

Alice Walmsley[edit]

  1. Miserere!
  2. A Flower in the Cell
  3. Following a Dark Spirit
  4. Mr. Hagget
  5. Two Heads Against One
  6. Female Transports
  7. After Nine Years

The Convict Ship[edit]

  1. The Parliamentary Committee
  2. Harriet Draper
  3. A Captain for the Houguemont
  4. Captain Samuel Draper
  5. Koro and Tapairu
  6. The Child's Grave
  7. The Sailing of the Houguemont
  8. Face to Face
  9. How a Prisoner Might Break a Bar
  10. Dead Sea Fruit
  11. The Fever
  12. Husband and Wife
  13. Woman's Love and Hatred
  14. The Darkness of Desolation
  15. The New Penal Law
  16. A Prisoner at Large

The Valley of the Vasse[edit]

  1. Alice Walmsley's New Home‎
  2. Sooner or Later, a Man Must Face His Sins‎
  3. Walking in the Shadow‎
  4. The Meeting‎
  5. Mr. Wyville Faces a Storm‎
  6. The Valley of the Vasse‎
  7. The Convict's Pass‎
  8. The Bush Fire‎

This work was published before January 1, 1926, and is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago.