The Channings

The Channings
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Henry Wood. The Channings

CHAPTER I. – THE INKED SURPLICE

CHAPTER II. – BAD NEWS

CHAPTER III. – CONSTANCE CHANNING

CHAPTER IV. – NO HOLIDAY TO-DAY

CHAPTER V. – ROLAND YORKE

CHAPTER VI. – LADY AUGUSTA YORKE AT HOME

CHAPTER VII. – MR. KETCH

CHAPTER VIII. – THE ASSISTANT-ORGANIST

CHAPTER IX. – HAMISH’S CANDLES

CHAPTER X. – A FALSE ALARM

CHAPTER XI. – THE CLOISTER KEYS

CHAPTER XII. – A MISHAP TO THE BISHOP

CHAPTER XIII. – MAD NANCE

CHAPTER XIV. – KEEPING OFFICE

CHAPTER XV. – A SPLASH IN THE RIVER

CHAPTER XVI. – MUCH TO ALTER

CHAPTER XVII. – SUNDAY MORNING AT MR. CHANNING’S, AND AT LADY AUGUSTA’S

CHAPTER XVIII. – MR. JENKINS ALIVE AGAIN

CHAPTER XIX. – THE LOSS

CHAPTER XX. – THE LOOMING OF AN AWFUL FEAR

CHAPTER XXI. – MR. BUTTERBY

CHAPTER XXII. – AN INTERRUPTED DINNER

CHAPTER XXIII. – AN ESCORT TO THE GUILDHALL

CHAPTER XXIV. – THE EXAMINATION

CHAPTER XXV. – A MORNING CALL

CHAPTER XXVI. – CHECKMATED

CHAPTER XXVII. – A PIECE OF PREFERMENT

CHAPTER XXVIII. – AN APPEAL TO THE DEAN

CHAPTER XXIX. – A TASTE OF “TAN.”

CHAPTER XXX. – THE DEPARTURE

CHAPTER XXXI. – ABROAD

CHAPTER XXXII. – AN OMINOUS COUGH

CHAPTER XXXIII. – NO SENIORSHIP FOR TOM CHANNING

CHAPTER XXXIV. – GERALD YORKE MADE INTO A “BLOCK.”

CHAPTER XXXV. – THE EARL OF CARRICK

CHAPTER XXXVI. – ELLEN HUNTLEY

CHAPTER XXXVII. – THE CONSPIRATORS

CHAPTER XXXVIII. – THE DECISION

CHAPTER XXXIX. – THE GHOST

CHAPTER XL. – MR. KETCH’S EVENING VISIT

CHAPTER XLI. – THE SEARCH

CHAPTER XLII. – AN OFFICIAL CEREMONY INTERRUPTED

CHAPTER XLIII. – DRAGGING THE RIVER

CHAPTER XLIV. – MR. JENKINS IN A DILEMMA

CHAPTER XLV. – A NEW SUSPICION

CHAPTER XLVI. – A LETTER FOR MR. GALLOWAY

CHAPTER XLVII. – DARK CLOUDS

CHAPTER XLVIII. – MUFFINS FOR TEA

CHAPTER XLIX. – A CHÂTEAU EN ESPAGNE

CHAPTER L. – REALLY GONE!

CHAPTER LI. – AN ARRIVAL IN A FLY

CHAPTER LII. – A RELIC FROM THE BURIAL-GROUND

CHAPTER LIII. – THE RETURN HOME

CHAPTER LIV. – “THE SHIP’S DROWNED.”

CHAPTER LV. – NEWS FROM ROLAND

CHAPTER LVI. – THE BROKEN PHIAL

CHAPTER LVII. – A GHOST AGAIN

CHAPTER LVIII. – BYWATER’S DANCE

CHAPTER LIX. – READY

CHAPTER LX. – IN WHAT DOES IT LIE?

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The ground near the cathedral, occupied by the deanery and the prebendal residences, was called the Boundaries. There were a few other houses in it, chiefly of a moderate size, inhabited by private families. Across the open gravel walk, in front of the south cloister entrance, was the house appropriated to the headmaster; and the Channings lived in a smaller one, nearly on the confines of the Boundaries. A portico led into it, and there was a sitting-room on either side the hall. Charley entered; and was going, full dash, across the hall to a small room where the boys studied, singing at the top of his voice, when the old servant of the family, Judith, an antiquated body, in a snow-white mob-cap and check apron, met him, and seized his arm.

“Hush, child! There’s ill news in the house.”

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“Not I,” said Mr. Yorke. “I know that, whoever it may have been deserves a sound flogging, if he did it willfully.”

“Then, sir, why do you suppose I know?”

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