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 XLV.—­THE OPEN GRAVES.—­THE DEAD BODIES.—­A SCENE OF TERROR.

Chapter XLVI.—­The preparations for leaving Bannerworth hall, and the
mysterious conduct of the admiral and Mr. Chillingworth.

Chapter XLVII.—­The removal from the hall.—­The night watch, and the
alarm.

CHAPTER XLVIII—­THE STAKE AND THE DEAD BODY.

Chapter XLIX—­the mob’s arrival at sir Francis Varney’s.—­The attempt
to gain admission.

Chapter L.—­The mob’s arrival at sir Francis Varney’s.—­The attempt to
gain admission.

Chapter LI.—­The attack upon the vampyre’s house.—­The story of the
attack.—­The forcing of the doors, and the struggle.

Chapter LII.—­The interview between the mob and sir Francis
Varney.—­The mysterious disappearance.—­The wine cellars.

Chapter LIII.—­The destruction of sir Francis Varney’s house by
fire.—­The arrival of the military, and A second mob.

Chapter LIV.—­The burning of Varney’s house.—­A night scene.—­Popular
superstition.

Chapter LV.—­The return of the mob and military to the town.—­The
madness of the mob.—­The grocer’s revenge.

Chapter LVI.—­The departure of the Bannerworths from the hall.—­The new
abode.—­Jack Pringle, pilot.

Chapter LVII.—­The lonely watch, and the adventure in the deserted
house.

Chapter LVIII.—­The arrival of jack Pringle.—­Midnight and the
vampyre.—­The mysterious hat.

Chapter LIX.—­The warning.—­The new plan of operation.—­The insulting
message from Varney.

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