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The Newcomes

By William Makepeace Thackeray


Title:     The Newcomes
Author: William Makepeace Thackeray

Table of Content

1. CHAPTER I. The Overture
2. CHAPTER II. Colonel Newcome's Wild Oats
3. CHAPTER III. Colonel Newcome's Letter-box
4. CHAPTER IV. In which the Author and the Hero resume their Acquaintance
5. CHAPTER V. Clive's Uncles
6. CHAPTER VI. Newcome Brothers
7. CHAPTER VII. In which Mr. Clive's School-days are over
8. CHAPTER VIII. Mrs. Newcome at Home (a Small Early Party)
9. CHAPTER IX. Miss Honeyman's
10. CHAPTER X. Ethel and her Relations
11. CHAPTER XI. At Mrs. Ridley's
12. CHAPTER XII. In which everybody is asked to Dinner
13. CHAPTER XIII. In which Thomas Newcome sings his Last Song
14. CHAPTER XIV. Park Lane
15. CHAPTER XV. The Old Ladies
16. CHAPTER XVI. In which Mr. Sherrick lets his House in Fitzroy Square
17. CHAPTER XVII. A School of Art
18. CHAPTER XVIII. New Companions
19. CHAPTER XIX. The Colonel at Home
20. CHAPTER XX. Contains more Particulars of the Colonel and his Brethren
21. CHAPTER XXI. Is Sentimental, but Short
22. CHAPTER XXII. Describes a Visit to Paris
23. CHAPTER XXIII. In which we hear a Soprano and a Contralto
24. CHAPTER XXIV. In which the Newcome Brothers once more meet together in Unity
25. CHAPTER XXV. Is passed in a Public-house
26. CHAPTER XXVI. In which Colonel Newcome's Horses are sold
27. CHAPTER XXVII. Youth and Sunshine
28. CHAPTER XXVIII. In which Clive begins to see the World
29. CHAPTER XXIX. In which Barnes comes a-wooing
30. CHAPTER XXX. A Retreat
31. CHAPTER XXXI. Madame la Duchesse
32. CHAPTER XXXII. Barnes's Courtship
33. CHAPTER XXXIII. Lady Kew at the Congress
34. CHAPTER XXXIV. The End of the Congress of Baden
35. CHAPTER XXXV. Across the Alps
36. CHAPTER XXXVI. In which M. de Florac is promoted
37. CHAPTER XXXVII. Return to Lord Kew
38. CHAPTER XXXVIII. In which Lady Kew leaves his Lordship quite convalescent
39. CHAPTER XXXIX. Amongst the Painters
40. CHAPTER XL. Returns from Rome to Pall Mall
41. CHAPTER XLI. An Old Story
42. CHAPTER XLII. Injured Innocence
43. CHAPTER XLIII. Returns to some Old Friends
44. CHAPTER XLIV. In which Mr. Charles Honeyman appears in an Amiable Light
45. CHAPTER XLV. A Stag of Ten
46. CHAPTER XLVI. The Hotel de Florac
47. CHAPTER XLVII. Contains two or three Acts of a Little Comedy
48. CHAPTER XLVIII. In which Benedick is a Married Man
49. CHAPTER XLIX. Contains at least six more Courses and two Desserts
50. CHAPTER L. Clive in New Quarters
51. CHAPTER LI. An Old Friend
52. CHAPTER LII. Family Secrets
53. CHAPTER LIII. In which Kinsmen fall out
54. CHAPTER LIV. Has a Tragical Ending
55. CHAPTER LV. Barnes's Skeleton Closet
56. CHAPTER LVI. Rosa quo locorum sera moratur
57. CHAPTER LVII. Rosebury and Newcome
58. CHAPTER LVIII. "One more Unfortunate"
59. CHAPTER LIX. In which Achilles loses Briseis
60. CHAPTER LX. In which we write to the Colonel
61. CHAPTER LXI. In which we are introduced to a New Newcome
62. CHAPTER LXII. Mr. and Mrs. Clive Newcome
63. CHAPTER LXIII. Mrs. Clive at Home
64. CHAPTER LXIV. Absit Omen
65. CHAPTER LXV. In which Mrs. Clive comes into her Fortune
66. CHAPTER LXVI. In which the Colonel and the Newcome Athenaeum are both lectured
67. CHAPTER LXVII. Newcome and Liberty
68. CHAPTER LXVIII. A Letter and a Reconciliation
69. CHAPTER LXIX. The Election
70. CHAPTER LXX. Chiltern Hundreds
71. CHAPTER LXXI. In which Mrs. Clive Newcome's Carriage is ordered
72. CHAPTER LXXII. Belisarius
73. CHAPTER LXXIII. In which Belisarius returns from Exile
74. CHAPTER LXXIV. In which Clive begins the World
75. CHAPTER LXXV. Founder's Day at the Grey Friars
76. CHAPTER LXXVI. Christmas at Rosebury
77. CHAPTER LXXVII. The Shortest and Happiest in the Whole History
78. CHAPTER LXXVIII. In which the Author goes on a Pleasant Errand
79. CHAPTER LXXIX. In which Old Friends come together
80. CHAPTER LXXX. In which the Colonel says "Adsum" when his Name is called

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