An old couple was never able to have children and the old man sets out to find one. Through magic he acquires a daughter, but she is stolen by an eagle. The eagle takes care of her because he sees her as a good omen and she grows up in his nest. Later in her life, she is discovered by a prince. The girl is tricked by an old woman and brought down from the trees in order to marry the prince and lives happily ever after.
William manages to get by on his small salary and some savings. His brother continues to treat him coldly, even when he attends a party at his home. William speaks with Mr. Hunsden.
A biography of Arthur Cayley.
William and Frances continue their married life together, with continued contact with Hunsden.
Little George returns, as does good fortune, to the Sedley house.
The Count of Monte Cristo visits a gardener who works at the telegraph.
Ethan is plagued with indecision and doubt.
Monica and Bertha visit their new neighbors, Mrs. Westmacott and her nephew, and determine she is a very unpleasant woman.
Sara begins her new life as a servant.
Sara watches as the Indian gentleman moves into his new home.
Achilles heads to battle, having received his new armor from Hephaestus.
There is news of the Princess’s death.
Marian comes to Walter with the mysterious letter. The contents are revealed, and the two decide that they must continue their investigations into this matter.
Tom and Becky continue to explore.
The narrator talks to two fishermen’s wives.
Amelia's appearance affects George's regiment. Mrs. O'Dowd has plans for Glorvina and Jos.
Two of Musgrave’s domestic servants disappear after he catches the butler looking at the Musgrave ritual. He asks for Holmes’s assistance in finding them.
For a young woman, sudden popularity follows an invite to a dance.
The narrator runs into a disheveled artilleryman, who relays some information about the Martian situation.
Toad continues to make his way home, but once again finds trouble behind the wheel of an automobile.
Becky attempts to make a good impression, hoping to benefit from the visit.
Agnes Grey pays her visit to Ashby Park.
A story about a king who remarries after his wife’s death. His new queen kills him and intends to kill his children, but they escape. When the prince of Greece comes for the king’s daughter, the new queen sends her daughter who is expected to weave three robes for the prince. The king’s daughter makes the robes for the mistaken princess, but the prince finds her and they marry instead.
Sherlock Holmes is faced with a bizarre case that is a family affair. Two brothers and a son all receive letters from the KKK, addressed from India that contain five dried orange pips, the omen of death. When it comes to be the son’s turn, he begs Holmes for his advice.
Sylvie asks the Professor for help.