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The King's Daughter

Isabella Alden (1841-1930)

1. 01 – Dell’s Return Home
2. 02 – The Young Mistress
3. 03 – The Letter and the Visitor
4. 04 – Signing the Pledge
5. 05 – The Temperance Meeting
6. 06 – The Drunkard’s Home
7. 07 – The Infant Class
8. 08 – Finding Recruits for the Temperance Army
9. 09 – The Tea Party
10. 10 – Dell’s Visitors
11. 11 – How to Teach Reckless Boys
12. 12 – The Temperance Dialogue
13. 13 – A Strange Scene in a Bar Room
14. 14 – A Trip to Boston
15. 15 – The Review
16. 16 – Principle or Expediency
17. 17 – Little Mamie’s Death
18. 18 – Signing the Pledge the Second Time
19. 19 – The Wedding and the Wine
20. 20 – The Sad Funeral
21. 21 – Jim Forbes’ Speech
22. 22 – The Fire
23. 23 – The Doctors and their Patient
24. 24 – The Strange Wedding

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Summary

Dell Bronson has been reared in Boston by her refined uncle and aunt until, at age 18, she is called home by her father, a coarse tavern owner in Lewiston. As a daughter of the heavenly King, she strives to honor her heavenly Father by wooing her earthly father to Christ and away from rum. Set in the era of the temperance movement of the 1800’s. Authored by Isabella M. Alden under the pen name “Pansy.” Third in the Ester Ried series.