The Wrong Box

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'Nothing like a little judicious levity,' says Michael Finsbury in the text: nor can any better excuse be found for the volume in the reader's hand. The authors can but add that one of them is old enough to be ashamed of himself, and the other young enough to learn better.

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  1. Chapter I. In Which Morris Suspects
  2. Chapter II. In Which Morris takes Action
  3. Chapter III. The Lecturer at Large
  4. Chapter IV. The Magistrate in the Luggage Van
  5. Chapter V: Mr Gideon Forsyth and the Gigantic Box
  6. Chapter VI. The Tribulations of Morris: Part the First
  7. Chapter VII. In Which William Dent Pitman takes Legal Advice
  8. Chapter VIII. In Which Michael Finsbury Enjoys a Holiday
  9. Chapter IX. Glorious Conclusion of Michael Finsbury's Holiday
  10. Chapter X. Gideon Forsyth and the Broadwood Grand
  11. Chapter XI. The Maestro Jimson
  12. Chapter XII. Positively the Last Appearance of the Broadwood Grand
  13. Chapter XIII. The Tribulations of Morris: Part the Second
  14. Chapter XIV. William Bent Pitman Hears of Something to his Advantage
  15. Chapter XV. The Return of the Great Vance
  16. Chapter XVI. Final Adjustment of the Leather Business

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