My Lady Nicotine

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My
Lady Nicotine

By J. M. Barrie


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Chicago and New York
Rand, McNally & Company

 
 

 

CONTENTS

  1. chapterpage
  2. I. Matrimony and Smoking compared 7
  3. II. My First Cigar 16
  4. III. The Arcadia Mixture 22
  5. IV. My Pipes 30
  6. V. My Tobacco-Pouch 39
  7. VI. My Smoking-Table 44
  8. VII. Gilray 50
  9. VIII. Marriot 57
  10. IX. Jimmy 65
  11. X. Scrymgeour 71
  12. XI. His Wife's Cigars 78
  13. XII. Gilray's Flower-Pot 84
  14. XIII. The Grandest Scene in History 91
  15. XIV. My Brother Henry 102
  16. XV. House-Boat "Arcadia" 108
  17. XVI. The Arcadia Mixture Again 115
  18. XVII. The Romance of a Pipe-Cleaner 123
  19. XXVIII. What could he do? 130
  20. XIX. Primus 137
  21. XX. Primus to his Uncle 144
  22. XXI. English-grown Tobacco 152
  23. XXII. How Heroes smoke 159
  24. XXIII. The Ghost of Christmas Eve 165
  25. XXIV. Not the Arcadia 171
  26. XXV. A Face that haunted Marriot 177
  27. XXVI. Arcadians at Bay 183
  28. XXVII. Jimmy's Dream 189
  29. XXVIII. Gilray's Dream 195
  30. XXIX. Pettigrew's Dream 201
  31. XXX. The Murder in the Inn 207
  32. XXXI. The Perils of not Smoking 211
  33. XXXII. My Last Pipe 218
  34. XXXIII. When my Wife is Asleep and all the House is Still 225


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