The Inner House

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THE INNER HOUSE


BY

WALTER BESANT

AUTHOR OF
"THE WORLD WENT VERY WELL THEN" "FOR FAITH AND FREEDOM"
"ALL SORTS AND CONDITIONS OF MEN" "HERR PAULUS" ETC.


NEW YORK
HARPER & BROTHERS. FRANKLIN SQUARE
1888

Chapters(not individually listed)

Prologue
Chapter I — The Supper Bell
Chapter II — Grout, Suffragan
Chapter III — Christine at Home
Chapter IV — What is Love?
Chapter V — The Open Door
Chapter VI — The Arch Physician
Chapter VII — The Fidelity of John Lax
Chapter VIII — The Arch Traitor
Chapter IX — In the Inner House
Chapter X — The Council in the House
Chapter XI — The Trial and Sentence
Chapter XII — The Rebels
Chapter XIII — The Execution
Chapter XIV — Prisoners
Chapter XV — The Recruiting Sergeant
Chapter XVI — A Most Unexpected Conclusion