The linked illustrations were scanned by PVA from Charles Lever. Barrington, first edition with 26 full-page etchings by Hablot Knight Browne ("Phiz"). 8vo, original. 1863. London: Chapman and Hall, 3 Piccadilly. Dedication: To Charles Dickens, Esq. My Dear Dickens, Amongst the thousands who read and re-read your writings, you have not one who more warmly admires your genius than myself, and to say this, in confidence, to the world, I dedicate to you this story. Your faithful friend, CHARLES LEVER. Spezia, Dec. 20, 1862.

1. The Fisherman's Home — Frontispiece

2. Untitled Title-page vignette: young lady on horseback participating in the chase

3. Warm Tea and Cold Reception, p. 23

4. The Accident, p. 28

5. Darby Feelingly Apologises for the Scarcity of Irish Lion, p. 37

6. Polly Dill, p. 50

7. The Problem, p. 82

8. Tom Dill in His Best, p. 92

9. The Wager, p. 108

10. Polly Dill Takes Leave of Conyers, p. 4

11. Poaching, p. 34

12. Tom Dill at His Studies, p. 43

13. The Major "Departs," But Not in "Peace," p. 75

14. Master and Man's Reflection Over Old Habits, p. 80

15. A Useful Hand, p. 200

16. A Lecture, p. 22

17. The Third Volume, p. 227

18. Not Quite the Sort of Thing (Aunt Dinah Thinks), p. 237

19. Miss Dinah in Dishabille, p. 267

20. "Would I Do" p. 278

21. Miss Dinah's Indignation, p. 30

22. The Letter, p. 3

23. The Consultation, p. 337

24. The Major in All "Attention," p. 352

25. Meet Companions, p. 37

26. Welcome to Barrington! p. 404

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