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A LOOKER ON IN LONDON

by MARY H. KROUT

Author of HAWAII IN TIME OF REVOLUTION

NEW YORK : DODD, MEAD
& COMPANY, MDCCCXCIX


Chapter I - Going Down to London
Chapter II - The Opening of Parliament

Chapter III - Lord Leighton

Chapter IV - After the Season and London Weather

Chapter V - Carlyle's House

Chapter VI - Pentonville Prison

Chapter VII - In the Lower Courts

Chapter VIII - English Women and their Affairs

Chapter IX - Women's Clubs

Chapter X - Women's Schools and Colleges

Chapter XI - The Queen's Bounty

Chapter XII - The Annual Habitation of the Primrose League

Chapter XIII - In Kentish Fields

Chapter XIV - Henley

Chapter XV - The Princess Maud's Wedding

Chapter XVI - The Death of the Prince of Battenberg

Chapter XVII - The Venezuela Controversy

Chapter XVIII - The Venezuela Controversy

Chapter XIX - The Chartered Company

Chapter XX - The Jameson Trial

Chapter XXI - The Jameson Trial (cont.)

Chapter XXII - Cipher Messages

Chapter XXIII - Before the Lord Chief Justice

Chapter XXIV - The Diamond Jubilee

Chapter XXV - The Princess of Wales' Dinner

Chapter XXVI - Illuminations

Chapter XXVII - The Jubilee Commemoration at Oxford

source: Mary H. Krout, A Looker-On in London, 1899>