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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 LXXIX.—­The vampyre’s danger.—­The last refuge.—­The ruse of
Henry Bannerworth.

Chapter LXXX.—­The discovery of the body of Marchdale in the ruins by
the mob.—­The burning of the corpse.—­The murder of the hangman.

Chapter LXXXI.—­The vampyre’s flight.—­His danger, and the last place
of refuge.

Chapter LXXXII.—­Charles Holland’s pursuit of the vampyre.—­The
dangerous interview.

Chapter LXXXIII.—­The mysterious arrival at the inn.—­The Hungarian
nobleman.—­The letter to Varney.

Chapter LXXXIV.—­The excited populace.—­Varney hunted.—­The place of
refuge.

Chapter LXXXV.—­The Hungarian nobleman gets into danger.—­He is fired
at, and shows some of his quality.

Chapter LXXXVI.—­The discovery of the pocket book of Marmaduke
Bannerworth.—­Its mysterious contents.

Chapter LXXXVII.—­The hunt for Varney.—­The house-tops.—­The miraculous
escape.—­The last place of refuge.—­The cottage.

Chapter LXXXVIII.—­The reception of the vampyre by Flora.—­Varney
subdued.

Chapter LXXXIX.—­Tells what became of the second vampyre who sought
Varney.

Chapter XC.—­Dr. Chillingworth at the hall.—­The encounter of
mystery.—­The conflict.—­The rescue, and the picture.

Chapter xci.—­The grand consultation broken up by Mrs. Chillingworth,
and the disappearance of Varney.

CHAPTER XCII.—­THE MISADVENTURE OF THE DOCTOR WITH THE PICTURE.

Chapter XCIII.—­The alarm at Anderbury.—­The suspicions of the
Bannerworth family, and the mysterious communication.

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