Nancy overhears a conversation between Monks and Fagin, prompting her to pay a visit to Mrs. Maylie.
Andrea (Benedetto) has an encounter with his old prison mate, Caderousse.
Henry's brigade watches a battle in the distance. Rumors circulate throughout the men concerning the strength of the enemy and the fighting ability of certain regiments. Henry's lieutenant is wounded. Men continue to retreat from an enemy that is yet to be seen.
Aronnax gives is account of Captain Farragut, Ned Land, and the the capabilities of the Abraham Lincoln
George Washington's sixth Annual Address to Congress (now known as the State of the Union Address).
The author discusses the Universe of Things and the set of things called a syllogism.
In order to weather the elements, Hump and Maud make use of their available materials.
The novel begins in Paris during the Festival of Fools. At the Palace of Justice, Pierre Gringoire prepares to present his play to the people.
George's fantasies continue to negatively affect his home life, as he considers more drastic measures to ease his restless mind.
Fern Mullins, the new high school teacher, arrives from Minneapolis. Carol and Fern, having much in common, quickly become friends. Carol considers restarting the dramatic club.
Mr. Gore is more severe in his treatment of the slaves than his predecessor.
A young shepherd refuses to abide by the laws of the kingdom when the king sneezes. The shepherd survives three perilous trials and refused three magnificent gifts for the hand of the princess in marriage, which he eventually gets out of the king’s frustration.
Colin stands to talk to Ben, Dickon and Mary are surprised at this. Ben tells the children that Colin’s mother asked him to take care of the garden once a year if something was to happen to her. Colin claims the garden as his own and plants a rose in his name.
Newfound freedom gives the Washington family the opportunity to move. The author further realizes the importance of an education.
The Count of Monte Cristo visits Monsieur Morrel's children at their home. During his visit with Maximilian and Julie, he notices the red silk purse and diamond underneith crystal coverings.
A discussion of dreams and how they can affect the dreamer.
Pip and Jaggers travel to London.
Thomas Jefferson's first Annual Address to Congress (now known as the State of the Union Address).
The Murray girls tell Agnes Grey of the happenings while she was with family. Rosalie shows herself to be rather vain.
The girls devise a plan for dealing with the news from the telegram. Mr. Ford travels to Florida but returns emptyhanded. The girls continue plans for their own trip. Another letter arrives, confirming their suspicions regarding Will's troubles.
How the Prince of the Air found his way to the Golden Isle.
With the arrival of spring, Rat and Mole prepare the boat. Badger attempts to control Toad's behavior.
There is a misunderstanding between the Captain and Mrs. Budd. The ship is stopped by a cruiser.