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Meeting of three friends in Symond's Inn Dickens pilgrimage resolved upon Down the river Through the fields to Cobham Halt at The Leather Bottle Return to Gravesend Farther down the river The Ship and Lobster Through the marshes Chalk Church One of Dickens's favourite walks.
Gad's Hill Traditions of the spot, Shakespearian and other Gad's Hill Place Cooling, and its Dickensian associations Successors of Falstaff and Bardolph Nixon's ride Tramps and vagrants View from Frindsbury Hill Originally contemplated scene of Bleak House.
Rochester Bridge Dickens's description of the city Ruins of the castle Cathedral sketches in Edwin Brood Interior of the cathedral Watts's monument Tablet in memory of Dickens Gandulph's Tower Legend of a buried treasure and a phantom hand Old gatehouse of the Close Minor Canon Corner The Nuns, House The Poor Travellers' House.
Pickwickian description of Chatham Shop where David Copperfield sold his jacket Localities associated with Dickens's childhood Chatham originals of Dickensian characters Opening scene of the legend of Sir Robert Shurland and his horse The knight's monument in Minster Church.
A legend of Gundulph's Tower The old house at the foot of Rochester Bridge The miser's tenants in Five Bells Lane The bowyer's son and the miser's daughter The hostler at The Golden Cross Trespassers in the cathedral The Phantom Hand What the bells of St. Margaret's rang for.
Dingley Dell The Pickwickians' journey to Manor Farm A halt at Rainham Hop-gardens on the road to Canterbury Going a-hopping A hop-picker's experiences of Kent and Bermuda The convict's story.
Canterbury pilgrims, mediaeval and modern Inn dinners in Kent and in Dorsetshire A Boughton Boniface on agricultural depression The story of the Bossenden Wood tragedy, as related by an eye-witness View from Boughton Hill Bossenden Wood.
Canterbury Old houses in the city Residences of Mr. Wickfield and Dr. Strong--Precincts of the cathedral The Dark Entry Nell Cook's ghost The doom of the ghost-seers A true ghost-story A haunted house in Westminster.
Recollections of a former journey to Dover Haunted by an idea A Canterbury story of the last century The meeting in the Precinct Walter Gilson sees a ghost in the Dark Entry A midnight crime The wrong man hanged The murderer's confession.
Dickens notabilia at Dover The novelist's comparative estimate of Dover and Canterbury audiences Through the byways to Deal Legend of Earl Godwin Tenterden Steeple and the Goodwin Sands Story of Ambrose Gwinett An original theory concerning Isaac Bickerstaff.
Over the sand-hills A memorial stone in an unexpected place The story of Mary Bar Sandwich Richborough Castle Recognition of an old house seen in a dream The story of the haunted house Mother Atwater A strange chapter of physical history Pegwell Bay.
Dickens on the sands Circuses and circus-men The novelist at Broadstairs Thanet races Over the cliff The North Foreland Caught by the tide Natural tunnel in the cliff Sunset on the sea.
Margate jetty by night Recollections of old times Bill Johnson, the smuggler His escape from Horsemouger Lane Gaol The germ of a story The sea by night Margate in the seventeenth century A fray and a disappearance Return of the missing man Charles II. at Bartholomew's Gate.
Over the cliff Through the marshes to Reculver Story of the Sisters of Davington Ruins of the church View from Mount Pleasant Legend of Domneva-Thunnor's Leap Story of Anthony Gill and the smuggler Ramble to Monkton and Minster End of the pilgrimage.