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Black Beauty


BLACK BEAUTY:

HIS GROOMS AND COMPANIONS,

THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF A HORSE.


Translated from the Original Equine

BY

ANNA SEWELL.

LONDON: JARROLD AND SONS,
3, PATERNOSTER BUILDINGS.

TO

MY DEAR AND HONOURED

MOTHER,

WHOSE LIFE, NO LESS THAN HER PEN,
HAS BEEN DEVOTED TO THE
WELFARE OF OTHERS,
THIS LITTLE BOOK
IS AFFECTIONATELY
DEDICATED.

Part I

My Early Home

The Hunt

My Breaking In

Birtwick Park

A Fair Start

Liberty

Ginger

Ginger's Story Continued

Merrylegs

A Talk in the Orchard

Plain Speaking

A Stormy Day

The Devil's Trade Mark

James Howard

The Old Ostler

The Fire

John Manly's Talk

Going for the Doctor

Only Ignorance

Joe Green

The Parting

Part II

Earlshall

A Strike for Liberty

The Lady Anne, or A Runaway Horse

Reuben Smith

How it Ended

Ruined, and going Down-hill

A Job Horse, and his Drivers

Cockneys

A Thief

A Humbug

Part III

The Horse Fair

A London Cab Horse

An Old War Horse

Jerry Barker

The Sunday Cab

The Golden Rule

Dolly and a real Gentleman

Seedy Sam

Poor Ginger

The Butcher

The Election

A Friend in Need

Old Captain, and his Successor

Jerry's New Year

Part IV

Jakes and the Lady

Hard Times

Farmer Thoroughgood and his Grandson Willie

My Last Home

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