Joseph in the Snow, and The Clockmaker. In Three Volumes. Vol. II.

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JOSEPH IN THE SNOW,

AND

THE CLOCKMAKER.

BY AUERBACH.

TRANSLATED BY LADY WALLACE.

IN THREE VOLUMES.

VOL. II.

LONDON:

SAUNDERS, OTLEY, AND CO.,

66, BROOK STREET, HANOVER SQUARE.

1861.


LONDON: PRINTED BY W. CLOWES AND SONS, STAMFORD STREET,
AND CHARING CROSS.

THE CLOCKMAKER.

CONTENTS OF VOL. II.

Introduction

CHAPTER I.

A Good Name

CHAPTER II.

The Mourner And His Companion

CHAPTER III.

Work And Good Deeds

CHAPTER IV.

Each One For Himself

CHAPTER V.

Pilgrim’s Adventures

CHAPTER VI.

The World steps in

CHAPTER VII.

The Civilities of a Landlord’s Pretty Daughter

CHAPTER VIII.

Happiness dawns, and a new Mother speaks

CHAPTER IX.

A Parley with Friends

CHAPTER X.

A Dinner with Petrowitsch

CHAPTER XI.

The Great Clock plays its Melodies, and fresh ones are added

CHAPTER XII.

A good Escort, and Thoughts of the Future

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