The Trampling of the Lilies by Rafael Sabatini

The Trampling of the Lilies by Rafael Sabatini CONTENTS PART I THE OLD RULE CHAPTER I. MONSIEUR THE SECRETARY II. LORDS OF LIFE AND DEATH III. THE WORD OF BELLECOUR IV. THE DISCIPLES OF ROUSSEAU PART II THE NEW RULE V. THE SHEEP TURNED WOLVES VI. THE CITIZEN COMMISSIONER VII. LA BOULAYE DISCHARGES A DEBT

The Tavern Knight by Rafael Sabatini

THE TAVERN KNIGHT by Rafael Sabatini CONTENTS I. ON THE MARCH II. ARCADES AMBO III. THE LETTER IV. AT THE SIGN OF THE MITRE V. AFTER WORCESTER FIELD VI. COMPANIONS IN MISFORTUNE VII. THE TAVERN KNIGHT’S STORY VIII. THE TWISTED BAR IX. THE BARGAIN X. THE ESCAPE XI. THE ASHBURNS XII. THE HOUSE THAT WAS

The Suitors of Yvonne by Raphael Sabatini

Being a Portion of the Memoirs of the Sieur Gaston de Luynes CONTENTS CHAPTER I. OF HOW A BOY DRANK TOO MUCH WINE, AND WHAT CAME OF IT II. THE FRUIT OF INDISCRETION III. THE FIGHT IN THE HORSE-MARKET IV. FAIR RESCUERS V. MAZARIN, THE MATCH-MAKER VI. OF HOW ANDREA BECAME LOVE­SICK VII. THE CHÂTEAU

The Strolling Saint by Raphael Sabatini

Being the Confessions of the High & Mighty Agostino D’Anguissola Tyrant of Mondolfo & Lord of Carmina, in the State of Piacenza CONTENTS BOOK ONE THE OBLATE CHAPTER I. NOMEN ET OMEN II. GINO FALCONE III. THE PIETISTIC THRALL IV. LUISINA V. REBELLION VI. FRA GERVASIO BOOK TWO GIULIANA I. THE HOUSE OF ASTORRE FIFANTI

The Snare by Rafael Sabatini

THE SNARE BY RAFAEL SABATINI CONTENTS I. THE AFFAIR AT TAVORA II. THE ULTIMATUM III. LADY O’MOY IV. COUNT SAMOVAL V. THE FUGITIVE VI. MISS ARMYTAGE’S PEARLS VII. THE ALLY VIII. THE INTELLIGENCE OFFICER IX. THE GENERAL ORDER X. THE STIFLED QUARREL XI. THE CHALLENGE XII. THE DUEL XIII. POLICHINELLE XIV. THE CHAMPION XV. THE

The Shame of Motley by Raphael Sabatini

This etext was produced by John Stuart Middleton The Shame of Motley Being the Memoir of Certain Transactions in the Life of Lazzaro Biancomonte, of Biancomonte, sometime Fool of the Court of Pesaro. by Rafael Sabatini CONTENTS PART I FLOWER OF THE QUINCE CHAPTER I. THE CARDINAL OF VALENCIA II. THE LIVERIES OF SANTAFIOR III.

The Sea-Hawk by Raphael Sabatini

This etext was produced by John Stuart Middleton The Sea-Hawk by Rafael Sabatini NOTE Lord Henry Goade, who had, as we shall see, some personal acquaintance with Sir Oliver Tressilian, tells us quite bluntly that he was ill-favoured. But then his lordship is addicted to harsh judgments and his perceptions are not always normal. He

The Lion’s Skin by Rafael Sabatini

The Lion’s Skin by Rafael Sabatini I. THE FANATIC II. AT THE “ADAM AND EVE” III. THE WITNESS IV. Mr. GREEN V. MOONSHINE VI. HORTENSIA’S RETURN VII. FATHER AND SON VIII. TEMPTATION IX. THE CHAMPION X. SPURS TO THE RELUCTANT XI. THE ASSAULT-AT-ARMS XII. SUNSHINE AND SHADOW XIII. THE FORLORN HOPE XIV. LADY OSTERMORE XV.

The Life of Cesare Borgia by Raphael Sabatini

Of France, Duke of Valentinois and Romagna, Prince of Andria and Venafri Count of Dyois, Lord of Piombino, Camerino and Urbino, Gonfalonier and Captain-General of Holy Church A History and Some Criticisms PREFACE This is no Chronicle of Saints. Nor yet is it a History of Devils. It is a record of certain very human,

The Historical Nights’ Entertainment, Series 1 by Rafael Sabatini

The Historical Nights’ Entertainment by Rafael Sabatini First Series PREFACE In approaching “The Historical Nights’ Entertainment” I set myself the task of reconstructing, in the fullest possible detail and with all the colour available from surviving records, a group of more or less famous events. I would select for my purpose those which were in

The Historical Nights’ Entertainment, Series 2 by Rafael Sabatini

Text scanned by J. C. Byers. Proofreading by Abdulh Ameed Alhassan. THE HISTORICAL NIGHTS’ ENTERTAINMENT, SECOND SERIES by RAFAEL SABATINI To David Whitelaw My Dear David, Since the narratives collected here as well as in the preceding volume under the title of the Historical Nights Entertainment– narratives originally published in The Premier Magazine, which you

St. Martin’s Summer by Rafael Sabatini

St. Martin’s Summer by Rafael Sabatini Originally published in 1921 CONTENTS I. THE SENESCHAL OF DAUPHINY II. MONSIEUR DE GARNACHE III. THE DOWAGER’S COMPLIANCE IV. THE CHATEAU DE CONDILLAC V. MONSIEUR DE GARNACHE LOSES HIS TEMPER VI. MONSIEUR DE GARNACHE KEEPS HIS TEMPER VII. THE OPENING OF THE TRAP VIII. THE CLOSING OF THE TRAP
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