The Small House at Allington

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THE


SMALL HOUSE AT ALLINGTON.


BY


ANTHONY TROLLOPE.


WITH EIGHTEEN ILLUSTRATIONS BY J. E. MILLAIS, R.A.


IN TWO VOLUMES.

VOL. I.


LONDON:
SMITH, ELDER AND CO., 65, CORNHILL.


M.DCCC.LXIV.

[The right of Translation is reserved.]

Frontispiece to Volume 1

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Mr. Palliser and Lady Dumbello.

Volume 1

LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS.




Mr. Palliser and Lady Dumbello Frontispiece.
"Please, Ma'am, can we have the Peas to shell?" To face page 23
"And you love me!" said she {{{1}}} 44
"It's all the Fault of the naughty Birds." {{{1}}} 67
"Mr. Cradell, your hand," said Lupex {{{1}}} 104
"Why, it's young Eames." {{{1}}} 140
"He is of that sort that they make the Angels of," said the Verger {{{1}}} 159
"And have I not really loved you?" {{{1}}} 210
"Devotedly attached to the young Man!" {{{1}}} 267
The Board {{{1}}} 285

Frontispiece to Volume 2

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"Why, on earth, on Sunday?"

Volume 2

LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS.




"Why, on earth, on Sunday?" Frontispiece.
"Won't you take some more Wine?" To face page 13
"And you went in at him on the Station?" {{{1}}} 53
"Let me beg you to think over the matter again" {{{1}}} 80
"That might do" {{{1}}} 100
"Mamma," she said at last, "it is over now, I'm Sure" {{{1}}} 144
"Bell, here's the Inkstand" {{{1}}} 198
"She has refused me, and it is all over" {{{1}}} 253

This work was published before January 1, 1923, and is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago.