I. Which is entirely introductory - contains an account of Miss
Crump, her suitors, and her family circle.
II. In which Mr. Walker makes three attempts to ascertain the
dwelling of Morgiana.
III. What came of Mr. Walker's discovery of the "Bootjack."
IV. In which the heroine has a number more lovers, and cuts a very
dashing figure in the world.
V. In which Mr. Walker falls into difficulties, and Mrs. Walker
makes many foolish attempts to rescue him.