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    • Abbey Theatre tray cloth

    • Sold by the Irish Players at $1 towards a building to save Sir Hugh Lane's great gift of pictures for Ireland, April 1913
    • Item is a tray cloth. Black and white, printed on linen. Enclosed in wooden frame with glass, 46 x 49 cm. Reproductions of signatures of W. B. Yeats and Lady Gregory. Probably produced for the Abbey theatre's second American tour in 1913. Text...
    • 1913
    • Orley Farm, part 01

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    • Chapters 1-4: Chapter 1. The commencement of the great Orley Farm case -- Chapter 2. Lady Mason and her son -- Chapter 3. The Cleeve -- Chapter 4. The perils of youth
    • 1861
    • Orley Farm, part 02

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    • Chapters 5-8: Chapter 5. Sir Peregrine makes a second promise -- Chapter 6. The commercial room, Bull Inn, Leeds -- Chapter 7. The Masons of Groby Park -- Chapter 8. Mrs. Mason's hot luncheon
    • 1861
    • Orley Farm, part 03

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    • Chapters 9-12: Chapter 9. A convivial meeting -- Chapter 10. Mr., Mrs., and Miss Furnival -- Chapter 11. Mrs. Furnival at home -- Chapter 12. Mr. Furnival's chambers
    • 1861
    • Orley Farm, part 04

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    • Chapters 13-16: Chapter 13. Guilty, or not guilty -- Chapter 14. Dinner at the Cleeve -- Chapter 15. A morning call at Mount Pleasant Villa -- Chapter 16. Mr. Dockwrath in Bedford Row
    • 1861
    • Orley Farm, part 05

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    • Chapters 17-20: Chapter 17. Von Bauhr - Chapter 18. The English Von Bauhr -- Chapter 19. The Staveley family -- Chapter 20. Mr. Dockwrath in his own office
    • 1861
    • Orley Farm, part 06

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    • Chapters 21-24: Chapter 21. Christmas in Harley Street -- Chapter 22. Christmas at Noningsby -- Chapter 23. Christmas at Groby Park -- Chapter 24. Christmas in Great St. Helens
    • 1861
    • Orley Farm, part 07

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    • Chapters 25-28: Chapter 25. Mr. Furnival again at his chambers -- Chapter 26. Why should I not? -- Chapter 27. Commerce -- Chapter 28. Monkton Grange
    • 1861
    • Orley Farm, part 08

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    • Chapters 29-32: Chatper 29. Breaking covert -- Chapter 30. Another fall -- Chapter 31. Footsteps in the corridor -- Chapter 32. What Bridget Bolster had to say
    • 1861
    • Orley Farm, part 09

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    • Chapters 33-36: Chapter 33. The angel of light -- Chapter 34. Mr. Furnival looks for assistance -- Chapter 35. Love was still the lord of all -- Chapter 36. What the young men thought about it
    • 1861
    • Orley Farm, part 10

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    • Chapters 37-40: Chapter 37. Peregrine's eloquence -- Chapter 38. Oh, indeed! -- Chapter 39. Why should he go? -- Chapter 40. I call it awful
    • 1861
    • Orley Farm, part 11

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    • Chapters 1-4: Chapter 1. How can I save him? -- Chapter 2. John Kenneby goes to Hamworth -- Chapter 3. John Kenneby's courtship -- Chapter 4. Showing how Lady Mason could be very noble
    • 1861
    • Orley Farm, part 12

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    • Chapters 5-8: Chapter 5. Showing how Mrs. Orme could be very weak-minded -- Chapter 6. A woman's idea of friendship -- Chapter 7. The gem of the four families -- Chapter 8. The angel of light under a cloud
    • 1861
    • Orley Farm, part 13

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    • Chapters 9-12: Mrs. Furnival can't put up with it -- Chapter 10. It is quite impossible -- Chapter 11. Mrs. Furnival's journey to Hamworth -- Chapter 12. Showing how things went on at Noningsby
    • 1861
    • Orley Farm, part 14

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    • Chapters 13-16. Chapter 13. Lady Mason returns home -- Chapter 14. Telling all that happened beneath the lamp-post -- Chapter 15. What took place in Harley Street -- Chapter 16. How Sir Peregrine did business with Mr. Round
    • 1861
    • Orley Farm, part 15

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    • Chapters 17-20: Chapter 17. The loves and hopes of Albert Fitzallen -- Chapter 18. Miss Staveley declines to eat minced veal -- Chapter 19. No surrender -- Chapter 20. What Rebekah did for her son
    • 1861
    • Orley Farm, part 16

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    • Chapters 21-24: Chapter 21. The state of public opinion -- Chapter 22. What the four lawyers thought about it -- Chapter 23. The evening before the trial -- Chapter 24. The first journey to Alston
    • 1861
    • Orley Farm, part 17

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    • Chapters 25-28: Chapter 25. Felix Graham returns to Noningsby -- Chapter 26. How Miss Furnival treated her lovers -- Chapter 27. Mr. Moulder backs his opinion -- Chapter 28. The first day of the trial
    • 1861
    • Orley Farm, part 18

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    • Chapters 29-32: Chapter 29. The two judges -- Chapter 30. How am I to bear it? -- Chapter 31. Showing how John Kenneby and Bridget Bolster bore themselves in court -- Chapter 32. Mr. Furnival's speech
    • 1861
    • Orley Farm, part 19

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    • Chapters 33-36: Chapter 33. Mrs. Orme tells the story -- Chapter 34. Young Lochinvar -- Chapter 35. The last day -- Chapter 36. I love her still
    • 1861

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