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Thomas Peckett Prest
This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 963 pages of information about Varney the Vampire.

CHAPTER XI.—­THE COMMUNICATIONS TO THE LOVER.—­THE HEART’S DESPAIR.

Chapter XII.—­Charles Holland’s sad feelings.—­The portrait.—­The
occurrence of the night at the hall.

Chapter XIII.—­The offer for the hall.—­The visit to sir Francis
Varney.—­The strange resemblance.—­A dreadful suggestion.

Chapter XIV.—­Henry’s agreement with sir Francis Varney.—­The sudden
arrival at the hall.—­Flora’s alarm.

Chapter XV.—­The old admiral and his servant.—­The communication from
the landlord of the Nelson’s arms.

Chapter XVI.—­The meeting of the lovers in the garden.—­An affecting
scene.—­The sudden appearance of sir Francis Varney.

Chapter XVII.—­The explanation.—­The arrival of the admiral at the
house.—­A scene of confusion, and some of its results.

Chapter XVIII.—­The admiral’s advice.—­The challenge to the
vampyre.—­The new servant at the hall.

Chapter XIX.—­Flora in her chamber.—­Her fears.—­The manuscript.—­An
adventure.

Chapter XX.—­The dreadful mistake.—­The terrific interview in the
chamber.—­The attack of the vampyre.

Chapter XXI.—­The conference between the uncle and nephew, and the
alarm.

CHAPTER XXII.—­THE CONSULTATION.—­THE DETERMINATION TO LEAVE THE HALL.

Chapter XXIII.—­The admiral’s advice to Charles Holland.—­The challenge
to the vampyre.

Chapter XXIV.—­The letter to Charles.—­The quarrel.—­The admiral’s
narrative.—­The midnight meeting.

CHAPTER XXV.—­THE ADMIRAL’S OPINION.—­THE REQUEST OF CHARLES.

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