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CONTENTS

I. HOW ROBIN BECAME AN OUTLAW

II. HOW LITTLE JOHN STOLE THE FORESTER'S DINNER,
              AND OF HIS MEETING WITH ROBIN HOOD

III. HOW ROBIN FOUGHT THE BEGGAR-SPY AND
             CAPTURED THE SHERIFF

IV. HOW ROBIN HOOD MET FATHER TUCK

V. HOW BY THE HELP OF ROBIN HOOD AND JACK, SON OF
           WILKIN, ALAN-A-DALE WAS WED TO THE LADY ALICE

VI. HOW ROBIN GAVE AID TO SIR HERBRAND

VII. HOW ROBIN HOOD RESCUED WILL STUTELEY AND DID
           JUSTICE ON RICHARD ILLBEAST,  THE BEGGAR-SPY

VIII. HOW ROBIN HOOD SLEW THE SHERIFF

IX. KING RICHARD MEETS ROBIN

X. THE BURNING OF EVIL HOLD

XI. OF THE DEATH OF ROBIN HOOD


LIST OF COLORED ILLUSTRATIONS

Robin, in a ragged and frayed brown tunic and hose, with a hood of similar
     hue, raised his bow, notched his arrow, and looked for one long moment
     at the mark

The little man had dropped from the tree and stood before Robin.
     Ket was no taller than a medium-sized lad of fourteen

With a furious stroke the stranger struck Robin off his balance

He bent his knee and kissed the lady's hand very gallantly

Something had seemed to snore through the air from above their
     heads, and lo! here, sticking in the board before Sir Isenbart,
     was a black arrow, with a piece of parchment tied to it

Many came in and paid their rents either in money or in goods;
     others came and complained of the way in which the abbot's
     bailiffs or stewards had oppressed them  

We started out on the way which should lead us to meet you; but
     not two miles had we wended ere from the thickets on Catrail
     Ring twenty men sprang out and seized her

"Drink this, good Robin," she said. "'Twill clear thee of the
     heaviness which is upon thee"


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