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 LX.—­THE INTERRUPTED BREAKFAST AT SIR FRANCIS VARNEY’S.

Chapter LXI.—­The mysterious stranger.—­The particulars of the suicide
at Bannerworth hall.

Chapter LXII.—­The mysterious meeting in the ruin again.—­The vampyre’s
attack upon the constable.

CHAPTER LXIII.—­THE GUESTS AT THE INN, AND THE STORY OF THE DEAD UNCLE.

CHAPTER LXIV.—­THE VAMPIRE IN THE MOONLIGHT.—­THE FALSE FRIEND.

Chapter LXV.—­Varney’s visit to the dungeon of the lonely prisoner in
the ruins.

Chapter LXVI.—­Flora Bannerworth’s apparent inconsistency.—­The
admiral’s circumstances and advice.—­Mr. Chillingworth’s mysterious
absence.

CHAPTER LXVII.—­THE ADMIRAL’S STORY OF THE BEAUTIFUL BELINDA.

CHAPTER LXVIII.—­MARCHDALE’S ATTEMPTED VILLANY, AND THE RESULT.

Chapter LXIX.—­Flora Bannerworth and her mother.—­The episode of
chivalry.

Chapter LXX.—­The funeral of the stranger of the inn.—­The popular
commotion, and Mrs. Chillingworth’s appeal to the mob.—­The new
riot.—­The hall in danger.

Chapter LXXI.—­The strange meeting at the hall between Mr.
Chillingworth and the mysterious friend of Varney.

Chapter LXXII.—­The strange story.—­The arrival of the mob at the hall,
and their dispersion.

CHAPTER LXXIII.—­THE VISIT OF THE VAMPIRE.—­THE GENERAL MEETING.

CHAPTER LXXIV.—­THE MEETING OF CHARLES AND FLORA.

CHAPTER LXXV.—­MUTUAL EXPLANATIONS, AND THE VISIT TO THE RUINS.

Chapter LXXVI.—­The second night-watch of Mr. Chillingworth at the
hall.

Chapter LXXVII.—­Varney in the garden.—­The communication of Dr.
Chillingworth to the admiral and Henry.

Chapter LXXVIII.—­The altercation between Varney and the executioner in
the hall.—­The mutual agreement.

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