Varney the Vampire eBook

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

Chapter XXVI.—­The meeting by moonlight in the park.—­The turret window
in the hall.—­The letters.

Chapter XXVII.—­The noble confidence of Flora Bannerworth in her
lover.—­Her opinion of the three letters.—­The admiral’s admiration.

Chapter XXVIII.—­Mr. Marchdale’s exculpation of himself.—­The search
through the gardens.—­The spot of the deadly struggle.—­The mysterious
paper.

Chapter XXIX.—­A peep through an iron grating.—­The lonely prisoner in
his dungeon.—­The mystery.

Chapter XXX.—­The visit of Flora to the vampyre.—­The offer.—­The
solemn asseveration.

Chapter XXXI.—­Sir Francis Varney and his mysterious visitor.—­The
strange conference.

CHAPTER XXXII.—­THE THOUSAND POUNDS.—­THE STRANGER’S PRECAUTIONS.

CHAPTER XXXIII.—­THE STRANGE INTERVIEW.—­THE CHASE THROUGH THE HALL.

Chapter XXXIV.—­The threat.—­Its consequences.—­The rescue, and sir
Francis Varney’s danger.

Chapter XXXV.—­The explanation.—­Marchdale’s advice.—­The projected
removal, and the admiral’s anger.

CHAPTER XXXVI.—­THE CONSULTATION.—­THE DUEL AND ITS RESULTS.

Chapter XXXVII.—­Sir Francis Varney’s separate opponents.—­The
interposition of Flora.

Chapter XXXVIII.—­Marchdale’s offer.—­The consultation at Bannerworth
hall.—­The morning of the duel.

Chapter XXXIX.—­The storm and the fight.-The admiral’s repudiation of
his principal.

Chapter XL.—­The popular riot.—­Sir Francis Varney’s danger.—­The
suggestion and its results.

Chapter XLIV.—­Varney’s danger, and his rescue.—­The prisoner again,
and the subterranean vault.

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