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Tables of Contents for Mardi and a Voyage Thither
Chapter/Section Title
Page #
Page Count
Preface
xvii
 
Foot in Stirrup
3
6
A Calm
9
2
A King for a Comrade
11
5
A Chat in the Clouds
16
3
Seats secured and Portmanteaus packed
19
3
Eight Bells
22
2
A Pause
24
2
They push off, Velis et Remis
26
3
The Watery World is all before Them
29
3
They arrange their Canopies and Lounges, and try to make Things comfortable
32
3
Jarl afflicted with the Lockjaw
35
2
More about being in an open Boat
37
2
Of the Chondropterygii, and other uncouth Hordes infesting the South Seas
39
4
Jarl's Misgivings
43
3
A Stitch in Time saves Nine
46
2
They are Becalmed
48
3
In high Spirits they push on for the Terra Incognita
51
2
My Lord Shark and his Pages
53
3
Who goes there?
56
6
Noises and Portents
62
3
Man ho!
65
3
What befel the Brigantine at the Pearl Shell Islands
68
6
Sailing from the Island they pillage the Cabin
74
3
Dedicated to the College of Physicians and Surgeons
77
3
Peril a Peace-maker
80
3
Containing a Pennyweight of Philosophy
83
2
In which the past History of the Parki is concluded
85
4
Suspicions laid, and something about the Calmuc
89
4
What they lighted upon in further searching the Craft, and the Resolution they came to
93
5
Hints for a full length of Samoa
98
2
Rovings Alow and Aloft
100
3
Xiphius Platypterus
103
3
Otard
106
2
How they steered on their Way
108
5
Ah, Annatoo!
113
3
The Parki gives up the Ghost
116
3
Once more they take to the Chamois
119
2
The Sea on Fire
121
4
They fall in with Strangers
125
4
Sire and Sons
129
2
A Fray
131
3
Remorse
134
2
The Tent entered
136
3
Away!
139
3
Reminiscences
142
2
The Chamois with a roving Commission
144
2
Yillah, Jarl, and Samoa
146
2
Something under the Surface
148
4
Yillah
152
2
Yillah in Ardair
154
4
The Dream begins to fade
158
2
World ho!
160
3
The Chamois Ashore
163
2
A Gentleman from the Sun
165
3
Tiffin in a Temple
168
3
King Media a Host
171
3
Taji takes Counsel with himself
174
4
Mardi by Night and Yillah by Day
178
2
Their Morning Meal
180
2
Belshazzar on the Bench
182
4
An Incognito
186
2
Taji retires from the World
188
2
Odo and its Lord
190
3
Yillah a Phantom
193
3
Taji makes three Acquaintances
196
3
With a fair Wind at Sunrise they sail
199
2
Little King Peepi
201
4
How Teeth were regarded in Valapee
205
3
The Company discourse, and Braid-Beard rehearses a Legend
208
5
The Minstrel leads off with a Paddle-Song; and a Message is received from Abroad
213
3
They land upon the Island of Juam
216
3
A Book from the Chronicles of Mohi
219
4
Something more of the Prince
223
2
Advancing deeper into the Vale, they encounter Donjalolo
225
3
Time and Temples
228
3
A pleasant Place for a Lounge
231
2
The House of the Afternoon
233
3
Babbalanja solus
236
3
The Center of many Circumferences
239
2
Donjalolo in the Bosom of his Family
241
4
Wherein Babbalanja relates the Adventure of one Karkeke in the Land of Shades
245
3
How Donjalolo sent Agents to the surrounding Isles; with the Result
248
3
They visit the Tributary Islets
251
2
Taji sits down to Dinner with five-and-twenty Kings, and a royal Time they have
253
7
After Dinner
260
2
Of those Scamps the Plujii
262
3
Nora-Bamma
265
2
In a Calm, Hautia's Heralds approach
267
2
Braid-Beard rehearses the Origin of the Isle of Rogues
269
3
Rare Sport at Ohonoo
272
3
Of King Uhia and his Subjects
275
2
The God Keevi and the Precipice of Mondo
277
3
Babbalanja steps in between Mohi and Yoomy; and Yoomy relates a Legend
280
5
Of that jolly old Lord, Borabolla; and that jolly Island of his, Mondoldo; and of the Fish-ponds, and the Hereafters of Fish
285
5
That jolly old Lord Borabolla laughs on both Sides of his Face
290
4
Samoa a Surgeon
294
2
Faith and Knowledge
296
2
The Tale of a Traveler
298
2
``Marnee Ora, Ora Marnee.''
300
5
The Pursuer himself is pursued
305
4
The Iris
309
2
They depart from Mondoldo
311
2
As they sail
313
3
Wherein Babbalanja broaches a diabolical Theory, and in his own Person proves it
316
7
Maramma
323
3
They land
326
4
They pass through the Woods
330
2
Hivohitee MDCCCXLVIII
332
3
They visit the great Morai
335
5
They discourse of the Gods of Mardi, and Braid-Beard tells of one Foni
340
3
They visit the Lake of Yammo
343
3
They meet the Pilgrims at the Temple of Oro
346
2
They discourse of Alma
348
3
Mohi tells of one Ravoo, and they land to visit Hevaneva, a flourishing Artisan
351
4
A Nursery-tale of Babbalanja's
355
3
Landing to visit Hivohitee the Pontiff, they encounter an extraordinary old Hermit; with whom Yoomy has a confidential Interview, but learns little
358
4
Babbalanja endeavors to explain the Mystery
362
2
Taji receives Tidings and Omens
364
2
Dreams
366
3
Media and Babbalanja discourse
369
2
They regale themselves with their Pipes
371
7
They visit an extraordinary old Antiquary
378
4
They go down into the Catacombs
382
5
Babbalanja quotes from an antique Pagan; and earnestly presses it upon the Company, that what he recites is not his but another's
387
4
They visit a wealthy old Pauper
391
2
Yoomy sings some odd Verses, and Babbalanja quotes from the old Authors right and left
393
5
What manner of Men the Tapparians were
398
3
Their adventures upon landing at Pimminee
401
4
A, I, and O
405
3
A Reception-day at Pimminee
408
3
Babbalanja falleth upon Pimminee Tooth and Nail
411
3
Babbalanja regales the Company with some Sandwiches
414
5
They still remain upon the Rock
419
3
Behind and Before
422
2
Babbalanja discourses in the Dark
424
7
My Lord Media summons Mohi to the Stand
431
4
Wherein Babbalanja and Yoomy embrace
435
4
Of the Isle of Diranda
439
4
They visit the Lords Piko and Hello
443
3
They attend the Games
446
4
Taji still hunted and beckoned
450
2
They embark from Diranda
452
3
Wherein Babbalanja discourses of himself
455
6
Of the Sorcerers in the Isle of Minda
461
4
Chiefly of King Bello
465
6
Dominora and Vivenza
471
4
They land at Dominora
475
3
Through Dominora, they wander after Yillah
478
3
They behold King Bello's State Canoe
481
3
Wherein Babbalanja bows thrice
484
2
Babbalanja philosophizes, and my Lord Media passes round the Calabashes
486
5
They sail round an Island without landing; and talk round a Subject without getting at it
491
6
They draw nigh to Porpheero; where they behold a terrific Eruption
497
4
Wherein King Media celebrates the Glories of Autumn; the Minstrel, the Promise of Spring
501
2
In which Azzageddi seems to use Babbalanja for a Mouth-piece
503
6
The charming Yoomy sings
509
2
They draw nigh unto Land
511
3
They visit the great central Temple of Vivenza
514
5
Wherein Babbalanja comments upon the Speech of Alanno
519
2
A Scene in the Land of Warwicks, or King-makers
521
2
They hearken unto a Voice from the Gods
523
8
They visit the extreme South of Vivenza
531
5
They converse of the Mollusca, Kings, Toad-stools, and other Matters
536
3
Wherein, that gallant Gentleman and Demi-god, King Media, Scepter in Hand, throws himself into the Breach
539
4
They round the stormy Cape of Capes
543
2
They encounter Gold-hunters
545
4
They seek through the Isles of Palms; and pass the Isles of Myrrh
549
2
Concentric, inward, with Mardi's Reef, they leave their Wake around the World
551
5
Sailing on
556
2
A flight of Nightingales from Yoomy's Mouth
558
4
They visit one Doxodox
562
3
King Media dreams
565
2
After a long Interval, by Night they are becalmed
567
2
They land at Hooloomooloo
569
5
A Book from the ``Ponderings of old Bardianna''
574
5
Babbalanja starts to his Feet
579
3
At last, the last Mention is made of old Bardianna; and His last Will and Testament is recited at Length
582
4
A Death-cloud sweeps by them as they sail
586
2
They visit the palmy King Abrazza
588
3
Some pleasant, shady Talk in the Groves, between my Lords Abrazza and Media, Babbalanja, Mohi, and Yoomy
591
12
They sup
603
7
They embark
610
2
Babbalanja at the Full of the Moon
612
3
Morning
615
2
L'Ultima sera
617
5
They sail from Night to Day
622
3
They land
625
7
Babbalanja relates to them a Vision
632
5
They depart from Serenia
637
3
They meet the Phantoms
640
2
They draw nigh to Flozella
642
2
They land
644
3
They enter the Bower of Hautia
647
3
Taji with Hautia
650
2
Mardi behind: an Ocean before
652
5
EDITORIAL APPENDIX
Historical Note
657
26
Elizabeth S. Foster
Textual Record By The Editors
Note on the Text
683
14
Discussions of Adopted Readings
697
6
List of Emendations
703
8
Report of Line-End Hyphenation
711
6
List of Substantive Variants
717
6
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Manuscript Fragments
723