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The Tales Of The Heptameron, Vol. IV. (of V.)

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The Project Gutenberg EBook of The Tales Of The Heptameron, Vol. IV. (of V.), by Margaret, Queen Of Navarre This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever. You may copy it, give it away or re-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License included with this eBook or online at Title: The Tales Of The Heptameron, Vol. IV. (of V.) Author: Margaret, Queen Of Navarre Illustrator: Freudenberg and Dunker Translator: George Saintsbury: From The Authentic Text Of M. Le Roux De Lincy With An Essay Upon The Heptameron by the Translator Release Date: February 7, 2006 [EBook #17704] Language: English Character set encoding: ISO-8859-1 *** START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK THE TALES OF THE HEPTAMERON *** Produced by David Widger THE TALES OF THE HEPTAMERON OF Margaret, Queen of Navarre Newly Translated into English from the Authentic Text OF M. LE ROUX DE LINCY WITH AN ESSAY UPON THE HEPTAMERON BY GEORGE SAINTSBURY, M.A. Also the Original Seventy-three Full Page Engravings Designed by S. FREUDENBERG And One Hundred and Fifty Head and Tail Pieces By DUNKER IN FIVE VOLUMES VOLUME THE FOURTH LONDON: PRINTED FOR THE SOCIETY OF ENGLISH BIBLIOPHILISTS MDCCCXCIV Volume I. Volume II. Volume III. Volume V. [Margaret, Queen of Navarre, from a crayon drawing by Clouet, preserved at the Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris] Contents FOURTH DAY. PROLOGUE. TALE XXXI . TALE XXXII . TALE XXXIII . TALE XXXIV . TALE XXXV . TALE XXXVI . TALE XXXVII . TALE XXXVIII . TALE XXXIX . TALE XL. FIFTH DAY. PROLOGUE. TALE XLI . TALE XLII . TALE XLIII . TALE XLIV.(A). TALE XLIV. (B). TALE XLV . TALE XLVI. (A). TALE XLVI.(B). TALE XLVII . TALE XLVIII . TALE XLIX . TALE L. APPENDIX. A. (Tale XXXVI., Page 63.) List of Illustrations Frontispiece Titlepage 007a.jpg the Wicked Friar Captured 007.jpg Page Image 0016.jpg Tailpiece 017a.jpg Bernage Observing the German Lady's Strange Penance 017.jpg Page Image 028.jpg Tailpiece 029a.jpg the Execution of The Wicked Priest and his Sister 029.jpg Page Image 037.jpg Tailpiece 039a.jpg the Grey Friar Imploring The Butcher to Spare his Life 039.jpg Page Image 047.jpg Tailpiece 049a.jpg the Lady Embracing The Supposed Friar 049.jpg Page Image 062.jpg Tailpiece 063a.jpg the Clerk Entreating Forgiveness of The President 063.jpg Page Image 072.jpg Tailpiece 073a.jpg the Lady of Loué Bringing Her Husband The Basin Of Water 073.jpg Page Image 081.jpg Tailpiece 083a.jpg the Lady of Tours Questioning Her Husband's Mistress 083.jpg Page Image 088.jpg Tailpiece 089a.jpg the Lord of Grignaulx Catching The Pretended Ghost 089.jpg Page Image 094.jpg Tailpiece 095a.jpg the Count of Jossebelin Murdering his Sister's Husband 095.jpg Page Image 109.jpg Tailpiece 115a.jpg the Beating of The Wicked Grey Friar 115.jpg Page Image 122.jpg Tailpiece 123a.jpg the Girl Refusing The Gift of The Young Prince 123.jpg Page Image 142.jpg Tailpiece 143a.jpg Jambicque Repudiating Her Lover 143.jpg Page Image 155.jpg Tailpiece 157.jpg Page Image 162.jpg Tailpiece 163a.jpg the Lovers Returning from Their Meeting in The Garden 163.jpg Page Image 176.jpg Tailpiece 177a.jpg the Man of Tours and his Serving-maid in The Snow 177.jpg Page Image 186.jpg Tailpiece 187.jpg Page Image 193.jpg Tailpiece 195a.jpg the Young Man Beating his Wife 195.jpg Page Image 201.jpg Tailpiece 203a.jpg the Gentleman Reproaching his Friend for His Jealousy 203.jpg Page Image 211.jpg Tailpiece 213a.jpg the Grey Friars Caught and Punished 213.jpg Page Image 218.jpg Tailpiece 219a.jpg the Countess Facing Her Lovers 219.jpg Page Image 232.jpg Tailpiece 233a.jpg the Lady Killing Herself on The Death of Her Lover 233.jpg Page Image 240.jpg Tailpiece DETAILED CONTENTS OF VOLUME IV. FOURTH DAY. Prologue Tale XXXI. Punishment of the wickedness of a Friar who sought to lie with a gentleman's wife. Tale XXXII. How an ambassador of Charles VIII., moved by the repentance of a German lady, whom her husband compelled to drink out of her lover's skull, reconciled husband and wife together. Tale XXXIII. The hypocrisy of a priest who, under the cloak of sanctity, had lain with his own sister, is discovered and punished by the wisdom of the Count of Angoulême. Tale XXXIV. The terror of two Friars who believed that a butcher intended to murder them, whereas the poor man was only speaking of his Pigs. Tale XXXV. How a husband's prudence saves his wife from the risks she incurred while thinking to yield to merely a spiritual love. Tale XXXVI. The story of the President of
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