Under the Red Robe
"You seem surprised to see me here; believe me, I am more surprised to see you" . . . p. 174
UNDER THE RED ROBE
LONGMANS, GREEN, AND CO.
BY STANLEY J. WEYMAN.
FIRST EDITION, MARCH, 1894.
REPRINTED APRIL, AUGUST, OCTOBER AND DECEMBER, 1894
chapter page I. At Zaton’s 1 II. At the Green Pillar 27 III. The House in the Wood 53 IV. Madame and Mademoiselle 78 V. Revenge 102 VI. Under the Pic du Midi 127 VII. A Master Stroke 153 VIII. The Question 178 IX. Clon 204 X. The Arrest 231 XI. The Road to Paris 259 XII. At the Finger-Post 284 XIII. St. Martin’s Eve 311 XIV. St Martin’s Summer 325
LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS.
"You seem surprised to see me here; believe me, I am more surprised to see you" Frontispiece "Undoubtedly," I replied, "if he prefers to be caned in the streets" To face page 3 I made without ado, therefore, for the green pillar, a little inn in the village street 28 "I am M. De Barthe, a gentleman of Normandy" 71 "You spy!" she cried. "you hound! You—gentleman!" 98 Outside the door, in the road, sitting on horse-back in silence, were two men 120 One of the men who remained at the table laughed, and the other began singing a low song 155 The captain and the lieutenant were waiting. . . . the captain had removed his doublet, and stood leaning against the sun-dial 190 I sprang through the line of soldiers 213 "My God!" I cried 238 "You villain!" he cried, riding at me again 276 Staring after me across her body 310