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Copyright, 1895 and 1896,
By THE CENTURY CO.
BY F. HOPKINSON SMITH.
All rights reserved.
The Riverside Press, Cambridge, Mass., U. S. A.
Electrotyped and Printed by H. O. Houghton & Co.
PAGE I. Babcock's Discovery 1 II. A Board Fence loses a Plank 17 III. Sergeant Duffy's Little Game 32 IV. A Walking Delegate learns a New Step 60 V. A Word from the Tenements 77 VI. The Big Gray goes Hungry 86 VII. The Contents of Cully's Mail 97 VIII. Pop Mullins's Advice 110 IX. What a Sparrow saw 126 X. Cully wins by a Neck 136 XI. A Two-dollar Bill 150 XII. Cully's Night out 164 XIII. Mr. Quigg draws a Plan 183 XIV. Blossom-Week 194 XV. In the Shadow of Death 205 XVI. A Friend in Need 223 XVII. A Daniel come to Judgment 237
LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
PAGE Lathers shrank back, cowering before her Frontispiece Patsy 13 Dan McGaw 21 "I'm her daughter Jennie" 43 Me name's Richard, sor—Richard Mullins" 47 "I'll ... hand him this letter" 53 He had seen him walking home with Jennie from church 65 Karl Nilsson 91 "I'm givin' it to ye straight, Dan" 99 "The Union ... appointed a committee to wait on Mr. Schwartz 111 Do ye know their names?" said Tom 123 "What mak' you no lak me anna more, Mees Jan?" 133 "Dat was a close shave!" 147 "Ah, but Tom's a keener" 151 He carried the almost lifeless boy 173 Billy kicked and struggled, but Cully held on 181 Above their heads the branches twined 199 "Now, gintlemen, I ask you to look at the clock" 217 "And all this seven years ago?" 231