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

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JOSEPH IN THE SNOW,

AND

THE CLOCKMAKER.

BY AUERBACH.

TRANSLATED BY LADY WALLACE.

IN THREE VOLUMES.

VOL. III.

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

(Continued).

CONTENTS OF VOL. III.

CHAPTER XXIII.

The first Nail knocked in, Peace in the House, and the first Sunday
Guest

CHAPTER XXIV.

Ancient Heirlooms are dismissed, and a new Tone prevails in the Morgenhalde

CHAPTER XXV.

The Pendulums swing together, but the Stress on the Mainspring is severe

CHAPTER XXVI.

The Axe is put to the Root of Life, and Tears are shed

CHAPTER XXVII.

Everything gone

CHAPTER XXVIII.

A Beggar, and Money saved

CHAPTER XXIX.

Another World

CHAPTER XXX.

The Thaw extends even to Petrowitsch, but he freezes again

CHAPTER XXXI.

Annele thaws also, but freezes again

CHAPTER XXXII.

A Stormy Nightp>

CHAPTER XXXIII.

A Friend in Needp>

CHAPTER XXXIV.

Buried Alivep>

CHAPTER XXXV.

A Heart touchedp>

CHAPTER XXXVI.

Voices from the Dead

CHAPTER XXXVII.

A Phalanx

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