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Mary Anerley
Chapter XXVIII. Farewell, Wife and Children Dear
R.D.Blackmore
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       Now Robin Lyth held himself in good esteem; as every honest man is bound to do, or surely the rogues will devour him. Modesty kept him silent as to his merits very often; but the exercise of self- examination made them manifest to himself. As the Yorkshireman said to his minister, when pre ed to make daily introspection, "I dare na do it, sir; it sets me up so, and leaveth no chance for my neighbors;" so the great free-trader, in charity for others, fo ......

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Chapter I. Headstrong and Headlong
Chapter II. Scargate Hall
Chapter III. A Disappointing Appointment
Chapter IV. Disquietude
Chapter V. Decision
Chapter VI. Anerley Farm
Chapter VII. A Dane in the Dike
Chapter VIII. Captain Carroway
Chapter IX. Robin Cockscroft
Chapter X. Robin Lyth
Chapter XI. Dr. Upandown
Chapter XII. In a Lane, not Alone
Chapter XIII. Grumbling and Growling
Chapter XIV. Serious Charges
Chapter XV. Caught at Last
Chapter XVI. Discipline Asserted
Chapter XVII. Delicate Inquiries
Chapter XVIII. Goyle Bay
Chapter XIX. A Farm to Let
Chapter XX. An Old Soldier
Chapter XXI. Jack and Jill Go Down the Gill
Chapter XXII. Young Gilly Flowers
Chapter XXIII. Love Militant
Chapter XXIV. Love Penitent
Chapter XXV. Down Among the Dead Weeds
Chapter XXVI. Men of Solid Timber
Chapter XXVII. The Proper Way to Argue
Chapter XXVIII. Farewell, Wife and Children Dear
Chapter XXIX. Tactics of Defense
Chapter XXX. Inland Opinion
Chapter XXXI. Tactics of Attack
Chapter XXXII. Cordial Enjoyment
Chapter XXXIII. Bearded in His Den
Chapter XXXIV. The Dovecote
Chapter XXXV. Little Carroways
Chapter XXXVI. Maids and Mermaids
Chapter XXXVII. Fact, or Factor
Chapter XXXVIII. The Demon of the Axe
Chapter XXXIX. Battery and Assumpsit
Chapter XL. Stormy Gap
Chapter XLI. Bat of the Gill
Chapter XLII. A Clew of Buttons
Chapter XLIII. A Pleasant Interview
Chapter XLIV. The Way of the World
Chapter XLV. The Thing is Just
Chapter XLVI. Stumped Out
Chapter XLVII. A Tangle of Veins
Chapter XLVIII. Short Sighs, and Long Ones
Chapter XLIX. A Bold Angler
Chapter L. Princely Treatment
Chapter LI. Stand and Deliver
Chapter LII. The Scarfe
Chapter LIII. Buts Rebutted
Chapter LIV. True Love
Chapter LV. Nicholas the Fish
Chapter LVI. In the Thick of It
Chapter LVII. Mary Lyth