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THE EUSTACE DIAMONDS< VOLUME I< CONTENTS< Introduction< A Note on the Text< I @2Lizzie Greystock@1< II @2Lady Eustace@1< III @2Lucy Morris@1< IV @2Frank Greystock@1< V @2The Eustace Necklace@1< VI @2Lady Linlithgow's Mission@1< VII @2Mr Burke's speeches@1< VIII @2The conquering hero comes@1< IX @2Showing what the Miss Fawns said, and what Mrs Hittaway thought@1< X @2Lizzie and her Lover@1< XI @2Lord Fawn at his Office@1< XII @2"I only thought of it'@1< XIII @2Showing what Frank Greystock did@1< XIV @2"Doan't thou marry for munny'@1< XV @2"I'll give you a Hundred Guinea Brooch'@1< XVI @2Certainly an Heirloom@1< XVII @2The Diamonds are seen in Public@1< XVIII @2"And I Have nothing to give'@1< @2@1XIX @2"As my Brother'@1@2@1< XX @2The Diamonds become Troublesome@1< XXI @2"Ianthe's soul'@1< XXII @2Lady Eustace procures a Pony for the use of her Cousin@1< XXIII @2Frank Greystock's first visit to Portray@1< XXIV @2Showing what Frank Greystock thought about marriage@1< XXV @2Mr Dove's opinion . . .
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