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OUTPOST.
BY J. G. AUSTIN,
AUTHOR OF "DORA DARLING, OR THE
DAUGHTER
OF THE REGIMENT," &C.
BOSTON:
1867.CONTENTS
CHAPTER I. SUNSHINE
CHAPTER II. THE
LITTLE WIFE CHAPTER
III. CHERRYTOE
CHAPTER IV. THE
CHILDREN OF
MERRIGOLAND
CHAPTER V. THE
RUNAWAY CHAPTER
VI. MOTHER WINCH
CHAPTER VII. TEDDY'SLITTLE SISTER
CHAPTER VIII. THE
FAYVER CHAPTER IX.
THE NIGHT-WATCH
CHAPTER X. THE
EMPTY NEST
CHAPTER XI. A TRACE
AND A SEARCH
CHAPTER XII. TEDDY'S
TEMPTATION
CHAPTER XIII. THE
CACHUCA CHAPTER
XIV. GIOVANNI AND
PANTALON CHAPTER
XV. THE PINK-SILK
DRESS CHAPTER XVI.
BEGINNING A NEWLIFE CHAPTER XVII.
WHOLESALE MURDER
CHAPTER XVIII. DORA
DARLING CHAPTER
XIX. A CHAMBER OF
MEMORIES CHAPTER
XX. A LETTER AND AN
OFFER CHAPTER XXI.
GIOVANNI'S ROOM
CHAPTER XXII. THE
CONFESSION
CHAPTER XXIII. TEDDY
LOSES AND FINDS HIS
HOME CHAPTER XXIV.
MR. BURROUGHS'S
BUSINESS CHAPTER
XXV. MAN VERSUSDOG CHAPTER XXVI.
MRS. GINNISS HAS A
VISITOR CHAPTER
XXVII. TEDDY FINDS A
NEW PATRON
CHAPTER XXVIII.
WELCOME HOME
CHAPTER XXIX. LIFE
AT OUTPOST
CHAPTER XXX. KITTY
IN THE WOODS
CHAPTER XXXI. THE
FOX UNDER THE ROBE
CHAPTER XXXII. THE
PAINTER AND UNCLE
'SIAH'S HARNAH
CHAPTER XXXIII. AGLEAM OF DAWN
CHAPTER XXXIV. THE
FIRST CHANCE
CHAPTER XXXV. THE
SECOND CHANCE
CHAPTER XXXVI.
TREASURE-TROVE
CHAPTER XXXVII.
TEDDY'S PRIVILEGE
CHAPTER XXXVIII.
WHAT DORA SAID
CHAPTER XXXIX. A
SURPRISE FOR MRS.
GINNISS CHAPTER XL.
THE WEDDING-DAY
CHAPTER XLI. KARL
TO DORAOUTPOST.
CHAPTER I.
SUNSHINE.
"The last day of October!" said the Sun to himself,
—"the last day of my favorite month, and the
birthday of my little namesake! See if I don't make
the most of it!"
So the Sun called to all the winds and all the
breezes, who, poor things! had but just gone to
bed after a terrible night's work, ordering them to
get up directly, and sweep the sky as clear as a
bell; and bid all the clouds, whether big white
mountains, little pinky islands, sweeping mares'-
tails, or freckled mackerel-back, to put themselves
out of the way, and keep out of it until November;
when, as the Sun remarked with a sigh, they would