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dickens christmas fair team fun 2k8 view music and dance
 
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Mary Beth plays for us at three cripples pub, The celt dancers fly, Bruno does a sacred sword dance in this montage. Its been a couple years since i started tormenting my pals with vid and I think I am starting to get better at it. Thats Papa Hill playing the fiddle for Bruno,next to him is his lovely daughter in the santa hat, I love the look of pure ice she gives me when I laugh at the boys for getting a sword caught on someones belt loop. She is very protective of their magic and you can tell she knows how wonderful they are.
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"My Name" from Oliver!  (Canby Community Theatre, 7/12)
 
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Bill Sikes (Joshua Kauffman) makes his presence known at the Three Cripples pub. From Canby (OR) Community Theatre's production of "Oliver!" Performed 7/28/12 at Richard R. Brown Fine Arts Center. Pub patrons: Ellie Simnitt, Kassy Williams, Kevin Singletary, Peter Doty, Jennifer Keeney, Pamela Hough, Orville Adams, Joe Boone, Paige Dean, Mary Link, Dawn McNamee, Andrew Parrish. Choreographed by Ellie Simnitt. Orchestra conducted by Reggie Stegmeier. Directed by Pamela Hough and Don Feely. More production info at canbytheatre.com.
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Chapter 42 - Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens
 
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Chapter 42: AN OLD ACQUAINTANCE OF OLIVER'S, EXHIBITING DECIDED MARKS OF GENIUS, BECOMES A PUBLIC CHARACTER IN THE METROPOLIS. Free audiobook of Charles Dickens's "Oliver Twist". Audio courtesy of Librivox. AN OLD ACQUAINTANCE OF OLIVER'S, EXHIBITING DECIDED MARKS OF GENIUS, BECOMES A PUBLIC CHARACTER IN THE METROPOLIS Upon the night when Nancy, having lulled Mr. Sikes to sleep, hurried on her self-imposed mission to Rose Maylie, there advanced towards London, by the Great North Road, two persons, upon whom it is expedient that this history should bestow some attention. They were a man and woman; or perhaps they would be better described as a male and female: for the former was one of those long-limbed, knock-kneed, shambling, bony people, to whom it is difficult to assign any precise age,--looking as they do, when they are yet boys, like undergrown men, and when they are almost men, like overgrown boys. The woman was young, but of a robust and hardy make, as she need have been to bear the weight of the heavy bundle which was strapped to her back. Her companion was not encumbered with much luggage, as there merely dangled from a stick which he carried over his shoulder, a small parcel wrapped in a common handkerchief, and apparently light enough. This circumstance, added to the length of his legs, which were of unusual extent, enabled him with much ease to keep some half-dozen paces in advance of his companion, to whom he occasionally turned with an impatient jerk of the head: as if reproaching her tardiness, and urging her to greater exertion. Thus, they had toiled along the dusty road, taking little heed of any object within sight, save when they stepped aside to allow a wider passage for the mail-coaches which were whirling out of town, until they passed through Highgate archway; when the foremost traveller stopped and called impatiently to his companion, 'Come on, can't yer? What a lazybones yer are, Charlotte.' 'It's a heavy load, I can tell you,' said the female, coming up, almost breathless with fatigue. 'Heavy! What are yer talking about? What are yer made for?' rejoined the male traveller, changing his own little bundle as he spoke, to the other shoulder. 'Oh, there yer are, resting again! Well, if yer ain't enough to tire anybody's patience out, I don't know what is!' 'Is it much farther?' asked the woman, resting herself against a bank, and looking up with the perspiration streaming from her face. 'Much farther! Yer as good as there,' said the long-legged tramper, pointing out before him. 'Look there! Those are the lights of London.' 'They're a good two mile off, at least,' said the woman despondingly. 'Never mind whether they're two mile off, or twenty,' said Noah Claypole; for he it was; 'but get up and come on, or I'll kick yer, and so I give yer notice.' As Noah's red nose grew redder with anger, and as he crossed the road while speaking, as if fully prepared to put his threat into execution, the woman rose without any further remark, and trudged onward by his side. 'Where do you mean to stop for the night, Noah?' she asked, after they had walked a few hundred yards. 'How should I know?' replied Noah, whose temper had been considerably impaired by walking. 'Near, I hope,' said Charlotte. 'No, not near,' replied Mr. Claypole. 'There! Not near; so don't think it.' 'Why not?' 'When I tell yer that I don't mean to do a thing, that's enough, without any why or because either,' replied Mr. Claypole with dignity. 'Well, you needn't be so cross,' said his companion. 'A pretty thing it would be, wouldn't it to go and stop at the very first public-house outside the town, so that Sowerberry, if he come up after us, might poke in his old nose, and have us taken back in a cart with handcuffs on,' said Mr. Claypole in a jeering tone. 'No! I shall go and lose myself among the narrowest streets I can find, and not stop till we come to the very out-of-the-wayest house I can set eyes on. 'Cod, yer may thanks yer stars I've got a head; for if we hadn't gone, at first, the wrong road a purpose, and come back across country, yer'd have been locked up hard and fast a week ago, my lady. And serve yer right for being a fool.' 'I know I ain't as cunning as you are,' replied Charlotte; 'but don't put all the blame on me, and say I should have been locked up. You would have been if I had been, any way.' 'Yer took the money from the till, yer know yer did,' said Mr. Claypole. 'I took it for you, Noah, dear,' rejoined Charlotte. 'Did I keep it?' asked Mr. Claypole. 'No; you trusted in me, and let me carry it like a dear, and so you are,' said the lady, chucking him under the chin, and drawing her arm through his.
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Oliver! Part 6 (It's A Fine Life, Reviewing the Situation, Oliver!, As Long As He Needs Me, The End)
 
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. They bring him back to Fagin's den, where Nancy saves Oliver from a beating from Sykes after the boy tries to flee but is stopped. Nancy angrily and remorsefully reviews their dreadful life, but Bill maintains that any living is better than none. Fagin tries to act as an intermediary ("It's A Fine Life [Reprise]"). When Sykes and Nancy leave, Fagin, who also wants out, humorously ponders his future ("Reviewing the Situation"). However, every time he thinks of a good reason for going straight, he reconsiders and decides to remain a criminal. Back at the workhouse, Mr. Bumble and the Widow Corney, now unhappily married, meet up with the dying pauper Old Sally and another old lady, who tell them that Oliver's mother, Agnes, left a gold locket (indicating that he comes from a rich family) when she died in childbirth. Old Sally stole the locket and now gives it to the Widow Corney. Mr. Bumble and Widow Corney, realizing that Oliver may have wealthy relatives, visit Mr. Brownlow in order to profit from any reward given out for information of him ("Oliver! [Reprise]"). He throws them out, knowing that they have suppressed evidence until they could get a reward for it. Brownlow looks at the picture inside the locket, a picture of his daughter, and realizes that Oliver, who knows nothing of his family history, is actually his grandson (Oliver's mother had disappeared after having been left pregnant by her lover, who jilted her). Nancy, terrified for Oliver and feeling guilty, visits Brownlow and promises to deliver Oliver to him safely that night at midnight on London Bridge - if Brownlow does not bring the police or ask any questions. She then ponders again about Bill ("As Long As He Needs Me [Reprise]"). Bill suspects that Nancy is up to something. That night, he follows her as she sneaks Oliver out, although in the stage version it is never made clear how he knew exactly when to do this. At London Bridge, he confronts them, knocks Oliver temporarily unconscious, and brutally clubs Nancy to death (in alternative stagings of the show, he either strangles her, stabs her, or slits her throat, but the musical's original libretto follows the Dickens novel in having her beaten to death). He then grabs Oliver, who has since revived, and runs offstage with him, presumably back to the hideout to ask Fagin for getaway money. Mr. Brownlow, who had been late keeping the appointment, arrives and discovers Nancy's body. A large crowd soon forms, among them the distraught Bet. Bullseye, Bill's fierce terrier, returns to the scene of the crime and the crowd prepares to follow him to the hideout. After they exit Fagin and his boys, terrified at the idea of being apprehended, leave their hideout in panic. Not finding Bill at the hideout, the anxious crowd, now whipped up into a thirst for justice, returns to the Thames Embankment, when suddenly Bill appears at the top of the bridge, holding Oliver as hostage and threatening to kill him if the crowd tries to take him. Unseen by Bill, two policemen sneak up on him. One of them fatally shoots Bill and the other grabs Oliver as Bill releases him. Oliver is then reunited with Mr. Brownlow. The mob, still eager for vengeance against this underground criminal network, begins a mad search for Fagin. When one of the members of the crowd suggest that he may be at the Three Cripples pub, they disperse offstage in order to track him down. As the crowd exits, Fagin sneaks on and decides that, after years of pickpocketing and training junior pickpocketers, the time has never looked better for him to straighten out his life.
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Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens | Audiobook with Subtitles  | Part 2
 
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Oliver Twist (version 4) Charles DICKENS Oliver Twist; or, The Parish Boy's Progress is the second novel by Charles Dickens. The story is about an orphan Oliver Twist, who endures a miserable existence in a workhouse and then is placed with an undertaker. He escapes and travels to London where he meets the Artful Dodger, leader of a gang of juvenile pickpockets. Oliver is led to the lair of their elderly criminal trainer Fagin, naively unaware of their unlawful activities. Packed with a host of unforgettable characters this story will have you laughing and crying in turn(but mostly laughing).A must for any booklover. ( Summary by Wiki and T.Hynes ) Genre(s): General Fiction Our Custom URL : https://www.youtube.com/c/AudiobookAudiobooks Subscribe To Our Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/AudiobookAudiobooks?sub_confirmation=1 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Audio Book Audiobooks All Rights Reserved. This is a Librivox recording. All Librivox recordings are in the public domain. For more information or to volunteer visit librivox.org.
A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens |  Audiobook with Subtitles | Part 1 of 2
 
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A Tale of Two Cities (version 3) Charles DICKENS A Tale of Two Cities is a novel by Charles Dickens, set in London and Paris before and during the French Revolution. With well over 200 million copies sold, it ranks among the most famous works in the history of fictional literature. The novel depicts the plight of the French peasantry demoralized by the French aristocracy in the years leading up to the revolution, the corresponding brutality demonstrated by the revolutionaries toward the former aristocrats in the early years of the revolution, and many unflattering social parallels with life in London during the same time period. It follows the lives of several protagonists through these events. The 45-chapter novel was published in 31 weekly instalments in Dickens' new literary periodical titled All the Year Round. From April 1859 to November 1859, Dickens also republished the chapters as eight monthly sections in green covers. Dickens' previous novels had appeared only as monthly instalments. The first weekly instalment of A Tale of Two Cities ran in the first issue of All the Year Round on 30 April 1859. The last ran thirty weeks later, on 26 November. (Summary by Wikipedia) Genre(s): Historical Fiction, Literary Fiction Audio Book Audiobooks All Rights Reserved. This is a Librivox recording. All Librivox recordings are in the public domain. For more information or to volunteer visit librivox.org.
The One Man Riot Squad
 
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Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson
 
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This is the extraordinary tale of a boy, Jim Hawkins, who comes into possession of Captain Flint's treasure map, after a buccaneer takes a room at his inn and later dies. The map spreads its ill luck to all who know of it. A local squire outfits a ship to voyage to the Treasure Island, unearth the treasure, and bring it home. Little does he suspect that the man he has hired aboard as cook was formerly Flint's quartermaster, who then connives to hire many of his old mates. Once ashore, pirates being pirates, what follows is a mutiny. Jim and a handful of honest men find themselves harried and hunted by the rest of the crew. The pirate treasure, amassed by so much blood and death, is about to reach out and claim more victims! Dedication - 00:00 Part 1. The Old Buccaneer Chapter 1. The Old Sea-dog at the "Admiral Benbow" - 1:20 Chapter 2. Black Dog Appears and Disappears - 15:21 Chapter 3. The Black Spot - 29:58 Chapter 4. The Sea Chest - 43:48 Chapter 5. The Last of the Blind Man - 57:11 Chapter 6. The Captain's Papers - 1:08:50 Part 2. The Sea-cook Chapter 7. I Go to Bristol - 1:22:01 Chapter 8. At the Sign of the "Spy-Glass" - 1:34:13 Chapter 9. Powder and Arms - 1:45:51 Chapter 10. The Voyage - 1:58:10 Chapter 11. What I Heard in the Apple Barrel - 2:10:36 Chapter 12. Council of War - 2:25:17 Part 3. My Shore Adventure Chapter 13. How My Shore Adventure Began - 2:37:46 Chapter 14. The First Blow - 2:49:08 Chapter 15. The Man of the Island - 3:01:17 Part 4. The Stockade Chapter 16. How the Ship Was Abandoned - 3:16:04 Chapter 17. The Jolly-Boat's Last Trip - 3:26:20 Chapter 18. End of the First Day's Fighting - 3:35:29 Chapter 19. The Garrison in the Stockade - 3:45:25 Chapter 20. Silver's Embassy - 3:58:04 Chapter 21. The Attack - 4:10:29 Part 5. My Sea Adventure Chapter 22. How My Sea Adventure Began - 4:23:28 Chapter 23. The Ebb Tide Runs - 4:36:21 Chapter 24. The Cruise of the Coracle - 4:46:29 Chapter 25. I Strike the Jolly Roger - 4:59:10 Chapter 26. Israel Hands - 5:10:19 Chapter 27. Pieces of Eight - 5:29:10 Part 6. Captain Silver Chapter 28. In the Enemy's Camp - 5:42:20 Chapter 29. The Black Spot Again - 6:00:26 Chapter 30. On Parole - 6:14:55 Chapter 31. The Treasure Hunt - Flint's Pointer - 6:30:15 Chapter 32. The Voice Among the Trees - 6:44:47 Chapter 33. The Fall of a Chieftain - 6:58:00 Chapter 34. And Last - 7:10:50 Read by Mark F. Smith (https://librivox.org/reader/204)
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THE WIND IN THE WILLOWS - FULL AudioBook (by Kenneth Grahame) | Greatest Audio Books V2
 
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THE WIND IN THE WILLOWS - FULL AudioBook (by Kenneth Grahame) | Greatest AudioBooks V2 🌟 S P E C I A L O F F E R 🌟 ► try Audiobooks .com 🎧 for FREE! http://affiliates.audiobooks.com/tracking/scripts/click.php?a_aid=5b8c26085f4b8 ► S H O P great books & gifts: https://www.amazon.com/shop/GreatestAudioBooks This much-loved story follows a group of animal friends in the English countryside as they pursue adventure ... and as adventure pursues them! The chief characters - Mole, Rat, and Toad - generally lead upbeat and happy lives, but their tales are leavened with moments of terror, homesickness, awe, madcap antics, and derring-do. Although classed as children's literature, The Wind in the Willows holds a gentle fascination for adults too. The vocabulary is decidedly not "Dick and Jane", and a reader with a love of words will find new ones to treasure, even if well-equipped for the journey. Parents will appreciate the themes of loyalty, manners, self-restraint, and comradeship which are evident throughout the book. When the characters err, they are prompt to acknowlege it, and so a reading of this book can model good behavior to children, who will otherwise be enchanted with the many ways in which the lives of these bucolic characters differ from modern life. This book was so successful that it enabled the author to retire from banking and take up a country life somewhat like that of his creations. It has been adapted for screen, stage, and even a ride at the original Disneyland. (Summary by Mark F. Smith) ►F A C E B O O K: http://www.Facebook.com/GreatestAudioBooks ►T W I T T E R : https://www.twitter.com/GAudioBooks ► S U B S C R I B E to Greatest Audio Books: http://www.youtube.com/GreatestAudioBooks 🌟 F R E E 30 day Audible Audiobooks Trial: https://amzn.to/2Iu08SE 🌟 B U Y T-SHIRTS & MORE: http://bit.ly/1akteBP 🌟 F R E E Audiobooks .com 🎧 30 day trial: http://affiliates.audiobooks.com/tracking/scripts/click.php?a_aid=5b8c26085f4b8 - READ along by clicking (CC) for Closed Caption Transcript! - LISTEN to the entire audiobook for free! Chapter listing and length: 01 - The River Bank -- 00:29:55 02 - The Open Road -- 00:29:35 03 - The Wild Wood -- 00:29:56 04 - Mr. Badger -- 00:30:56 05 - Dolce Dolmum -- 00:38:00 06 - Mr. Toad -- 00:32:15 07 - The Piper at the Gates of Dawn -- 00:27:12 08 - Toad's Adventures -- 00:33:31 09 - Wayfarers All -- 00:43:41 10 - The Further Adventures of Toad -- 00:39:54 11 - 'Like Summer Tempests Came His Tears' -- 00:40:16 12 - The Return of Ulysses -- 00:31:53 #audiobook #audiobooks #freeaudiobooks #greatestaudiobooks V2 Total running time: 6:47:04 Read by Mark F. Smith In addition to the reader, this audio book was produced by: Meta-Coordinator/Cataloging: Annie Coleman Rothenberg This video: Copyright 2013. Greatest Audio Books. All Rights Reserved. Audio content is a Librivox recording. All Librivox recordings are in the public domain. For more information or to volunteer visit librivox.org. Disclaimer: As an Amazon Associate and an affiliate with other select companies we earn from qualifying purchases. Your purchases through affiliate links help to generate revenue for this channel. Thank you for your support.
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The Man Who Was Thursday: A Nightmare by G. K. Chesterton
 
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In a surreal turn-of-the-century London, Gabriel Syme, a poet, is recruited to a secret anti-anarchist taskforce at Scotland Yard. Lucian Gregory, an anarchist poet, is the only poet in Saffron Park, until he loses his temper in an argument over the purpose of poetry with Gabriel Syme, who takes the opposite view. After some time, the frustrated Gregory finds Syme and leads him to a local anarchist meeting-place to prove that he is a true anarchist. Instead of the anarchist Gregory getting elected, the officer Syme uses his wits and is elected as the local representative to the worldwide Central Council of Anarchists. The Council consisting of seven men, each using the name of a day of the week as a code name; Syme is given the name of Thursday... Dedication. Poem To Edmund Clerihew Bentley - 00:00 Chapter 1. THE TWO POETS OF SAFFRON PARK - 3:49 Chapter 2. THE SECRET OF GABRIEL SYME - 26:13 Chapter 3. THE MAN WHO WAS THURSDAY - 43:28 Chapter 4. THE TALE OF A DETECTIVE - 1:06:57 Chapter 5. THE FEAST OF FEAR - 1:28:22 Chapter 6. THE EXPOSURE - 1:48:20 Chapter 7. THE UNACCOUNTABLE CONDUCT OF PROFESSOR DE WORMS - 2:06:36 Chapter 8. THE PROFESSOR EXPLAINS - 2:25:37 Chapter 9. THE MAN IN SPECTACLES - 2:52:21 Chapter 10. THE DUEL - 3:25:46 Chapter 11. THE CRIMINALS CHASE THE POLICE - 3:59:34 Chapter 12. THE EARTH IN ANARCHY - 4:17:32 Chapter 13. THE PURSUIT OF THE PRESIDENT - 4:47:59 Chapter 14. THE SIX PHILOSOPHERS - 5:09:07 Chapter 15. THE ACCUSER - 5:32:57
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What I Believe -  Leo TOLSTOY - SUBTITLES, Full Free Audio Book
 
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0:00:00 Preface and Introduction 0:07:18 Chapter 1 0:26:36 Chapter 2 0:40:51 Chapter 3 1:15:00 Chapter 4 1:38:10 Chapter 5 2:16:24 Chapter 6, part 1 3:03:27 Chapter 6, part 2 3:38:59 Chapter 7 4:17:22 Chapter 8 5:11:18 Chapter 9 5:38:17 Chapter 10 6:36:13 Chapter 11 7:29:18 Chapter 12 Online text: http://www.nonresistance.org/docs_htm/Tolstoy/~What_I_Believe/WIB_contents.html Read by: David Barnes Book Coordinator:David Barnes Meta Coordinator:Laurie Anne Walden Proof Listener:AnnSterling What I Believe Leo TOLSTOY (1828 - 1910), translated by Constantine POPOFF (1868 - 1923) "The inner working of my soul, which I wish to speak of here, was not the result of a methodical investigation of doctrinal theology, or of the actual texts of the gospel; it was a sudden removal of all that hid the true meaning of the Christian doctrine – a momentary flash of light, which made everything clear to me. It was something like that which might happen to a man who, after vainly attempting, by a false plan, to build up a statue out of a confused heap of small pieces of marble, suddenly guesses at the figure they are intended to form by the shape of the largest piece; and then, on beginning to set up the statue, finds his guess confirmed by the harmonious joining in of the various pieces." (Extract from Chapter 1) Genre(s): Philosophy, Religion Language: English Livres audio / AudioBooks : https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLpXzZ8x543O5WIC0ZCMDBPMMrRms6N6OB Livres Audio en Français : https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLpXzZ8x543O6fPCOTyw24_bGkj__mD-62 AudioBooks in English : https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLpXzZ8x543O6Jzb-eMJmn4KVYFIVTs__q Plus de 2000+ livres audio gratuitement, les chefs-d'œuvre de la littérature classique et contemporaine, analyses pour le BAC, œuvres complètes. Pensez à remercier les donneurs de voix, qui sont bénévoles, pour l'aide que leur travail peut apporter à tous ceux qui ont du mal à lire, les aveugles, dyslexiques, handicapés, mais aussi les étudiants, ceux qui bossent ou ceux qui ne peuvent pas acheter des audio-livres. Online library of free public domain audiobooks, read by volunteers. Objective is to make all books in the public domain available, for free, in audio format on the internet. Listen to full length audio books online for free on YouTube! #CultureAudioBooksLivresAudio #LittératureLivresAudioAudioBooks #freeaudiobooks #greatestaudiobooks
The Prince and the Pauper Audiobook by Mark Twain |  Audiobook with subtitles
 
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The Prince and the Pauper (1882) represents Mark Twain's first attempt at historical fiction. The book, set in 1547, tells the story of two young boys who are identical in appearance: Tom Canty, a pauper who lives with his abusive father in Offal Court, London, and Prince Edward son of Henry VIII of England. Due to a series of circumstances, the boys accidentally replace each other, and much of the humor in the book originates in the two boys' inability to function in the world that is so familiar to the other (although Tom soon displays considerable wisdom in his decisions). In many ways, the book is a social satire, particularly compelling in its condemnation of the inequality that existed between the classes in Tudor England. In that sense, Twain abandoned the wry Midwestern style for which he was best known and adopts a style reminiscent of Charles Dickens. (Summary from Wikipedia.org) Genre(s): Children's Fiction The Prince and the Pauper Mark TWAIN Chapters: 00:00:10 | Chapter 1: The birth of the Prince and the Pauper 00:05:17 | Chapter 2: Tom’s early life 00:14:52 | Chapter 3: Tom’s meeting with the Prince 00:27:49 | Chapter 4: The Prince’s troubles begin 00:36:14 | Chapter 5: Tom as a patrician 00:51:45 | Chapter 6: Tom receives instructions 01:07:29 | Chapter 7: Tom’s first royal dinner 01:15:10 | Chapter 8: The question of the Seal 01:21:08 | Chapter 9: The river pageant 01:26:54 | Chapter 10: The Prince in the toils 01:43:55 | Chapter 11: At Guildhall 01:54:46 | Chapter 12: The Prince and his deliverer 02:18:15 | Chapter 13: The disappearance of the Prince 02:26:52 | Chapter 14: ‘Le Roi est mort - vive le Roi’ 02:49:36 | Chapter 15: Tom as King 03:12:18 | Chapter 16: The state dinner 03:18:23 | Chapter 17: Foo-foo the First 03:39:43 | Chapter 18: The Prince with the tramps 03:55:43 | Chapter 19: The Prince with the peasants 04:06:56 | Chapter 20: The Prince and the hermit 04:21:26 | Chapter 21: Hendon to the rescue 04:30:47 | Chapter 22: A victim of treachery 04:41:42 | Chapter 23: The Prince a prisoner 04:48:54 | Chapter 24: The escape 04:54:39 | Chapter 25: Hendon Hall 05:08:41 | Chapter 26: Disowned 05:16:48 | Chapter 27: In prison 05:36:36 | Chapter 28: The sacrifice 05:43:54 | Chapter 29: To London 05:48:00 | Chapter 30: Tom’s progress 05:53:22 | Chapter 31: The Recognition procession 06:05:45 | Chapter 32: Coronation Day 06:30:42 | Chapter 33: Edward as King 06:49:31 | CONCLUSION: Justice and Retribution Our Custom URL : https://www.youtube.com/c/AudiobookAudiobooks Subscribe To Our Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/AudiobookAudiobooks?sub_confirmation=1 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Audio Book Audiobooks All Rights Reserved. This is a Librivox recording. All Librivox recordings are in the public domain. For more information or to volunteer visit librivox.org.
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