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Guide to the George Harley Writings : original typescript, 1876-1895
Special Collections M0789  
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Volume 1, Page 1

Ode on sweethearts.

Volume 1, Page 2

A rummer of coffee.

Volume 1, Page 24

A cup of tea.

Volume 1, Page 72

Una taza de chocolata.

Volume 1, Page 80

Cariole travelling in Norway.

Volume 1, Page 102

An emperor in a fury (Alexander II of Russia)

Volume 1, Page 112

Dilitance travelling in Spain.

Volume 1, Page 123

Drifting away. (Fishing experience.)

Volume 2, Page 138

Eugenie, my bosom friend (a brown rat).

Volume 2, Page 159

Two robins.

Volume 2, Page 189

How and why poisonous snakes swallow their young. (This was published in " The Field", May 1895.)

Volume 2, Page 200

Two narrow escapes from drowning.

Volume 2, Page 218

Sleeping across the Alps.

Volume 2, Page 243

What is a Valentine? (With much verse and an account of banal rings (knot rings).)

Volume 3, Page 1

Harley-quin, my pet sparrow.

Volume 3, Page 10

Half a day with a poisonous snake.

Volume 3, Page 33

Golgotha. (Practical jokes of his student days. 1847.)

Volume 3, Page 38

A blackbird's widowhood, wooing and second wedding.

Volume 3, Page 53

A battle for life with a mad dog. (With an appendix.)

Volume 3, Page 82

Vigo. My first pet. (A cat.) (Essay on the beginnings of memory.)

Volume 3, Page 96

An episode of Parisian life shortly after the coup d'Etat in 1851.

Volume 3, Page 118

Toss. The history of a Skye Terrier. (With an original drawing of the dog's head).

Volume 3, Page 152

The old Kirk Tower. Climbing the old church tower. (With a small map.)

Volume 3, Page 163

My feathered pet. A jackdaw. p. 163

Volume 3, Page 192

Royal reminiscences. (Introductory to the following)

Volume 3, Page 199

Was Napoleon III a coward? p. 199.

Volume 3, Page 217

An emperor's honeymoon frolic. (Franz-Joseph.)

Volume 3, Page 224

The marvelous power of paper and ink.

Volume 3, Page 235

An undergraduate. A story of a dog with a university education.

Volume 4, Page 1

The visiting dog.

Volume 4, Page 14

A trip in a gondola.

Volume 4, Page 29

A sail in a tub.

Volume 4, Page 36

Nannie Cairn Cross. An old Haipney (Half-penny.)

Volume 4, Page 51

Little Jenny Wren. (Called by the Druids, "The King of Birds")

Volume 4, Page 63

Note on the history of arrows.

Volume 4, Page 74

Did a whale swallow Jonah?