The Gratitude of Kings.
How Jean Oullier, coming to see the Marquis for an Hour, would be there still if they had not both been in their Grave these ten years.
A Litter of Wolves.
The Wounded Hare.
The Baronne de la Logerie.
Galon-d'or and Allégro.
In which Things do not Happen precisely as Baron Michel Dreamed they would.
A Distant Cousin.
An Unseasonable Hour.
The Tavern of Aubin Courte-Joie.
The Man from La Logerie.
The Fair at Montaigu.
Jean Oullier's Resources.
Fetch! Pataud, fetch!
To whom the Cottage belonged.
How Marianne Picaut mourned her Husband.
In which Love lends Political Opinions to those who have none.
The Springs of Baugé.
The Guests at Souday.
In which the Marquis de Souday bitterly regrets that Petit-Pierre is not a Gentleman.
The Vendéans of 1832.
My Old Crony Loriot.
The General eats a Supper which had not been Prepared for him.
In which Maître Loriot's Curiosity is not exactly satisfied.
The Tower Chamber.
Which ends quite otherwise than as Mary expected.
Blue and White.
Which shows that it is not for Flies only that Spiders' Webs are dangerous.
In which the Daintiest Foot of France and of Navarre finds that Cinderella's Slipper does not fit it as well as Seven-league Boots.
Petit-Pierre makes the best Meal he ever made in his Life.
Equality in Death.
In which Jean Oullier speaks his mind About young Baron Michel.
Baron Michel becomes Bertha's Aide-de-camp.
Maître Jacques and his Rabbits.
The Danger of Meeting bad Company in the Woods.
Maître Jacques proceeds to keep the Oath he made to Aubin Courte-Joie.