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TROLLOPE, A.: Last Chronicle of Barset (The) (Unabridged)

In The Last Chronicle of Barset, Trollope concludes his saga of ecclesiastical life. At the heart of the novel is the plight of Josiah Crawley, a proud, impoverished clergyman who faces difficult legal circumstances. Caught amidst poverty, Josiah appears to have stolen a cheque and is forced to stand trial—despite the fact that he cannot remember the cheque’s origins. To make matters worse, his daughter Grace desperately seeks the approval of Archdeacon Grantly, whose son she intends to marry.

The Last Chronicle of Barset is a joyful end to Trollope’s series of Barsetshire novels. Here Trollope skilfully weaves together plot threads and characters from earlier novels in the series and provides a fond farewell tour of his cherished diocese.



Disc 1

  The Last Chronicle of Barset (Unabridged)
1.   The Last Chronicle of Barset 00:07:19
2.   'Oh, heavens! What will become of them' 00:06:51
3.   She had borne the rebuke without a word… 00:05:59
4.   Some six weeks after this, inquiry began… 00:05:54
5.   All this passed between Mr. Walker… 00:06:25
6.   Chapter II 00:07:05
7.   A marchioness in one's family is a tower… 00:08:29
8.   'I hope he won't marry the girl…' 00:07:17
9.   Chapter III 00:06:32
10.   The son did not at first make any answer… 00:07:32
11.   Chapter IV 00:03:60


Disc 2

  The Last Chronicle of Barset (Unabridged)
1.   'Here is mamma, at last,' said Jane… 00:08:56
2.   'He thinks it came from the dean.' 00:09:05
3.   Chapter V 00:08:14
4.   'You think it will go to a jury, then' 00:08:09
5.   Chapter VI 00:08:32
6.   When mamma left me… 00:08:38
7.   'Well, my dear, what is it' she said to Grace. 00:09:19
8.   Chapter VII 00:07:49
9.   But he knew also, that he had said that which… 00:04:48


Disc 3

  The Last Chronicle of Barset (Unabridged)
1.   Major Grantly was as intimately acquainted… 00:08:21
2.   She had perceived that a word… 00:07:52
3.   Chapter VIII 00:08:06
4.   It might be better with him now… 00:06:51
5.   'I'll go with the driver,' said he… 00:06:25
6.   Then there was the Hon. George De Courcy… 00:08:16
7.   Mr. Soames stated that he had lost… 00:07:14
8.   Chapter IX 00:08:10
9.   'I think it will be better that you should be…' 00:08:27
10.   Grace no doubt looked forward to… 00:09:02


Disc 4

  The Last Chronicle of Barset (Unabridged)
1.   Chapter X 00:08:22
2.   It may therefore be supposed that Dr. Thorne… 00:07:58
3.   Chapter XI 00:06:29
4.   The bishop knew it all – understood it all. 00:07:32
5.   How would it go with him suppose he were… 00:05:42
6.   Touching the remuneration to which… 00:05:28
7.   Chapter XII 00:06:26
8.   During these long hours… 00:08:29
9.   'Are you here, Dan' he said, knocking… 00:08:33
10.   Chapter XIII 00:05:42
11.   'I suppose you have come over…' 00:04:54


Disc 5

  The Last Chronicle of Barset (Unabridged)
1.   Mr. Thumble listened to him patiently… 00:08:24
2.   'If your lordship think it right to stop my mouth…' 00:08:33
3.   Chapter XIV 00:07:41
4.   'Have you heard that the bishop sent…' 00:07:34
5.   Chapter XV 00:07:60
6.   The stranger was very well known to be… 00:07:38
7.   When he had read it he made… 00:08:04
8.   On the present occasion John Eames wrote… 00:08:46
9.   Chapter XVI 00:08:12


Disc 6

  The Last Chronicle of Barset (Unabridged)
1.   Now Lily Dale and Grace Crawley were both… 00:08:13
2.   'But who says you're an old maid, Lily' 00:08:02
3.   Grace felt that her ears were tingling… 00:08:20
4.   Chapter XVII 00:07:20
5.   The bishop got up from his chair and began… 00:06:19
6.   I shall be glad to see you on to - morrow… 00:07:11
7.   On the following morning he consented… 00:07:25
8.   Chapter XVIII 00:07:04
9.   Mr. Crawley had made up his mind… 00:07:23
10.   'Mr Thumble brought me back your written…' 00:08:48


Disc 7

  The Last Chronicle of Barset (Unabridged)
1.   'Peace, woman,' Mr. Crawley said… 00:06:01
2.   Chapter XIX 00:07:10
3.   'With you, Josiah, it has chiefly been the first.' 00:07:24
4.   Chapter XX 00:06:24
5.   'Well; if it would do any good…' 00:05:43
6.   Mr. Walker returned to his work… 00:06:51
7.   Chapter XXI 00:06:24
8.   Mrs. Crawley disappeared almost as soon… 00:08:13
9.   'That is my object.' Mr. Crawley… 00:07:33
10.   Chapter XXII 00:06:36
11.   Major Grantly took his daughter with him… 00:06:28


Disc 8

  The Last Chronicle of Barset (Unabridged)
1.   The whole thing was now put before him… 00:06:45
2.   'He hasn't said anything to you, has he' 00:06:33
3.   Chapter XXIII 00:07:43
4.   But I will come to my point at once. 00:06:32
5.   'I shall do nothing…' 00:08:44
6.   'Am I to think that he behaved well' 00:09:04
7.   Chapter XXIV 00:07:39
8.   Eames had on one occasion been thrown… 00:07:08
9.   'Don't you like winter dinner - parties' 00:08:28
10.   Conway Dalrymple had expressed… 00:08:18


Disc 9

  The Last Chronicle of Barset (Unabridged)
1.   Before they went, Johnny Eames… 00:04:55
2.   Chapter XXV 00:07:14
3.   And thus thinking of the real truth of his love… 00:07:13
4.   'That fevered existence accounts for it all,'… 00:08:01
5.   Chapter XXVI 00:06:50
6.   Conway Dalrymple knew that the woman… 00:05:51
7.   'I would rather not understand you.' 00:06:38
8.   Chapter XXVII 00:07:13
9.   'I think I shall stay there to - night,'… 00:06:40
10.   'Ah dear,' he said, to himself… 00:07:26
11.   Chapter XXVIII 00:06:57


Disc 10

  The Last Chronicle of Barset (Unabridged)
1.   Mrs. Dale was going on… 00:06:41
2.   'I'm afraid I'm intruding,' he said, lifting his hat. 00:06:17
3.   Chapter XXIX 00:07:39
4.   Then she was silent for a moment,… 00:06:41
5.   CHAPTER XXX 00:06:31
6.   Then had come the last killing misery… 00:07:08
7.   CHAPTER XXXI 00:06:03
8.   'Then, if he is the man I take him to be…' 00:06:21
9.   Some few weeks ago Major Grantly… 00:06:51
10.   CHAPTER XXXII 00:08:15
11.   'I will write myself; it will be more seemly.' 00:05:56


Disc 11

  The Last Chronicle of Barset (Unabridged)
1.   So he started on his journey… 00:07:32
2.   'No better word can be spoken, sir.' 00:07:03
3.   After this the conversation went on… 00:07:50
4.   Mr. Crawley again paused before he answered. 00:08:26
5.   CHAPTER XXXIII 00:06:08
6.   'Why should I wait' 00:06:15
7.   The archdeacon kept two curates… 00:08:23
8.   CHAPTER XXXIV 00:07:20
9.   'There must be an inquiry first…' 00:08:41
10.   If Mrs. Proudie would only wait three months… 00:07:44


Disc 12

  The Last Chronicle of Barset (Unabridged)
1.   Chapter XXXV 00:08:33
2.   What use was there in his telling such a tale… 00:07:51
3.   'I will convoy you home myself,' she said… 00:08:40
4.   'Speak, Lily. There is no one…' 00:08:24
5.   'You see, my dear,' said Lily… 00:08:40
6.   Chapter XXXVI 00:07:07
7.   Neither on that day nor on the next… 00:07:40
8.   Chapter XXXVII 00:03:18
9.   The larger and front room was tenanted… 00:07:40
10.   'It will simply end in her demanding…' 00:07:31


Disc 13

  The Last Chronicle of Barset (Unabridged)
1.   It was not really the fact that Mrs. Van Siever… 00:04:51
2.   Chapter XXXVIII 00:07:31
3.   At last it was decided that her raiment… 00:07:07
4.   It was agreed among them… 00:06:11
5.   'I will tell you nothing more.' 00:05:30
6.   Chapter XXXIX 00:07:04
7.   He would have greatly delighted in… 00:06:22
8.   'Upon my word I do not see the harm…' 00:06:15
9.   Chapter XL 00:06:44
10.   'Wait till you're caught yourself, my girl.' 00:06:05
11.   'That is just it,' said Mr. Walker. 00:06:27
12.   Chapter XLI 00:05:51


Disc 14

  The Last Chronicle of Barset (Unabridged)
1.   Mr. Toogood had told him that people… 00:08:56
2.   The next day he was better… 00:06:40
3.   'That was before all this had happened…' 00:05:19
4.   Chapter XLII 00:07:28
5.   'Was he the man who drove Mr. Soames…' 00:06:38
6.   Then Mr. Toogood explained as well… 00:07:41
7.   Mr. Toogood came here because he wanted… 00:06:28
8.   It had undoubtedly become the general… 00:07:09
9.   Chapter XLIII 00:06:40
10.   'Here is Mr. Crosbie here – about that bill…' 00:08:04
11.   He did not especially like Mr. Broughton… 00:07:04


Disc 15

  The Last Chronicle of Barset (Unabridged)
1.   At that moment a loud, harsh voice… 00:05:54
2.   CHAPTER XLIV 00:05:29
3.   'God bless me. They seem to have…' 00:06:45
4.   CHAPTER XLV 00:06:45
5.   'Bernard says that Miss Dunstable…' 00:06:49
6.   The reader will remember those two words… 00:06:09
7.   Then Lily began to take an active part… 00:06:09
8.   CHAPTER XLVI 00:09:37
9.   Had she not somewhat relaxed… 00:05:32
10.   'I don't think you were at all foolish…' 00:06:40
11.   CHAPTER XLVII 00:06:34
12.   Dr. Tempest was well known… 00:02:09


Disc 16

  The Last Chronicle of Barset (Unabridged)
1.   The bishop's secretary had written… 00:08:08
2.   'It is beginning to be a question to me,'… 00:08:12
3.   The whole of this speech… 00:09:03
4.   'You mean to be stubborn,' said Mrs. Proudie… 00:06:45
5.   What could he do, even supposing himself… 00:07:21
6.   Chapter XLVIII 00:09:08
7.   'I must, under the circumstances, decline…' 00:09:07
8.   Chapter XLIX 00:08:09
9.   It was her habit to go over to the deanery… 00:09:07


Disc 17

  The Last Chronicle of Barset (Unabridged)
1.   Mr. Harding, when he was younger… 00:07:37
2.   On the afternoon after the conversation… 00:07:37
3.   But all this had nothing to do with the duty… 00:08:29
4.   CHAPTER L 00:07:51
5.   'I like them very much,' said Grace. 00:08:14
6.   'I suppose that for some time he would be…' 00:08:16
7.   CHAPTER LI 00:08:20
8.   The affair seemed to flourish… 00:09:10
9.   'And what happens when one has to suffer…' 00:09:12


Disc 18

  The Last Chronicle of Barset (Unabridged)
1.   He went on with his brush… 00:07:05
2.   'My friends,' said Mrs. Broughton… 00:06:44
3.   Chapter LII 00:08:53
4.   'I can't give him up to you, you know,'… 00:07:56
5.   Lily did not feel a strong prepossession… 00:08:06
6.   Chapter LIII 00:07:13
7.   He did not recognize her… 00:09:27
8.   This was very severe… 00:09:15
9.   Chapter LIV 00:05:26
10.   When Mrs. Proudie had condescended… 00:04:53


Disc 19

  The Last Chronicle of Barset (Unabridged)
1.   'Gentlemen,' said Dr. Tempest… 00:06:10
2.   'That is my idea of what had better be done…' 00:06:28
3.   Chapter LV 00:06:33
4.   'But it will be going out, Lady Lufton…' 00:07:56
5.   Chapter LVI 00:07:15
6.   In this the archdeacon was wrong… 00:07:37
7.   After this there was a little pause. 00:07:02
8.   The scorn expressed… 00:06:58
9.   'Everything in life that I have done…' 00:08:46
10.   Chapter LVII 00:05:13
11.   The archdeacon did not want his son to leave… 00:04:56


Disc 20

  The Last Chronicle of Barset (Unabridged)
1.   Now the archdeacon was not exactly adorned… 00:09:29
2.   'What you say does you very much honour…' 00:08:08
3.   Chapter LVIII 00:06:16
4.   His father had given him to understand… 00:06:20
5.   In these days he had come to be… 00:07:05
6.   Late that night the major heard… 00:05:42
7.   When he wished his father good - by… 00:05:28
8.   Chapter LIX 00:07:31
9.   The lady who wrote had pledged herself… 00:06:01
10.   They had nearly completed their delightful … 00:06:04
11.   It must be acknowledged in excuse for… 00:06:52


Disc 21

  The Last Chronicle of Barset (Unabridged)
1.   As if she had not thought of it all before! 00:05:14
2.   Chapter LX 00:07:51
3.   He did not for a moment doubt the truth… 00:06:49
4.   Mrs. Broughton had now tucked her feet up… 00:08:37
5.   'There, Mrs. Van Siever' he said… 00:07:35
6.   Chapter LXI 00:07:12
7.   As a matter of course he turned his steps … 00:07:09
8.   He was still a scholar… 00:08:44
9.   It was about noon… 00:08:18
10.   Chapter LXII 00:08:39


Disc 22

  The Last Chronicle of Barset (Unabridged)
1.   He had heard of Lady Lufton's offer to his wife. 00:07:14
2.   But the letter which was of real importance… 00:07:07
3.   Since that time I have continued in my parish… 00:05:49
4.   If it be so, I stole it… 00:05:40
5.   Chapter LXIII 00:08:02
6.   He drove over to Hogglestock… 00:07:12
7.   'Did he fall while you were on him'… 00:06:10
8.   After that there was silence among them… 00:06:36
9.   Mrs. Crawley was quite sure… 00:06:27
10.   Chapter LXIV 00:07:20
11.   He was now at the door… 00:07:24


Disc 23

  The Last Chronicle of Barset (Unabridged)
1.   Then he sat beside her, and took her hand… 00:04:60
2.   Chapter LXV 00:06:38
3.   'I mean, of course, in the way of money,'… 00:06:14
4.   The servant had come up to tell Clara… 00:06:10
5.   Chapter LXVI 00:08:31
6.   'I wish you would go away and leave me,'… 00:09:05
7.   Mrs. Proudie after this stood for a while… 00:08:55
8.   Chapter LXVII 00:07:29
9.   So Mrs. Draper stayed with him… 00:06:13
10.   'All the same, she gave him a terribly bad life…' 00:05:23
11.   Mrs. Grantly dropped from her hand… 00:07:32


Disc 24

  The Last Chronicle of Barset (Unabridged)
1.   Chapter LXVIII 00:07:51
2.   'I should have grieved,' began Crawley… 00:07:24
3.   'The commission is right and proper… 00:05:38
4.   Chapter LXIX 00:07:07
5.   The breakfast on Sunday morning… 00:08:08
6.   Chapter LXX 00:07:38
7.   He was still fast asleep… 00:06:40
8.   For some years past there had been… 00:06:03
9.   Then they reached Turin… 00:06:46
10.   Chapter LXXI 00:06:06
11.   It was known throughout Silverbridge… 00:06:28


Disc 25

  The Last Chronicle of Barset (Unabridged)
1.   John Walker, Mr. Winthrop, and several others… 00:09:08
2.   Chapter LXXII 00:07:16
3.   'Not I,' said Toogood. 'It was only a chance…' 00:08:39
4.   Chapter LXXIII 00:08:01
5.   'I wish it were possible to know with accuracy…' 00:05:15
6.   The archdeacon had kissed Grace once… 00:06:28
7.   Chapter LXXIV 00:06:11
8.   Hereupon Crawley extended his hand. 00:07:03
9.   'She has fled, as though from an enemy,'… 00:08:01
10.   Chapter LXXV 00:08:05


Disc 26

  The Last Chronicle of Barset (Unabridged)
1.   The revelation was at last made… 00:07:25
2.   'When shall you see Miss Dale' she asked… 00:08:08
3.   Chapter LXXVI 00:05:49
4.   My old friend John was certainly no hero… 00:06:10
5.   To this Lily made no answer… 00:06:54
6.   Chapter LXXVII 00:06:49
7.   When he got to Mrs. Thorne's door… 00:06:46
8.   A picture of green lovely things… 00:07:16
9.   Chapter LXXVIII 00:07:03
10.   Then Mrs. Grantly got up… 00:06:28
11.   He was lying on his back, and as he spoke… 00:05:60


Disc 27

  The Last Chronicle of Barset (Unabridged)
1.   On the day but one following… 00:07:08
2.   Chapter LXXIX 00:06:46
3.   'My wife cannot forgive herself…' 00:06:19
4.   'He is a horrible man,' said Jane… 00:07:13
5.   Chapter LXXX 00:08:01
6.   'I have been to see that woman,'… 00:08:30
7.   In the meantime the sobs on the sofa… 00:08:30
8.   'There is some misconception, I mean,'… 00:08:12
9.   Chapter LXXXI 00:07:02
10.   That was a day which Posy will never forget… 00:07:16


Disc 28

  The Last Chronicle of Barset (Unabridged)
1.   Chapter LXXXII 00:08:03
2.   It was necessary that a word should be said… 00:08:24
3.   I do not know why Jane should have talked… 00:08:16
4.   The reader may probably feel assured… 00:08:49
5.   Chapter LXXXIII 00:08:01
6.   On the day after this the Crawleys… 00:05:05
7.   'I think I know the domestic whereabouts…' 00:05:35
8.   Chapter LXXXIV 00:07:39
9.   Mrs. Van was very insolent to him… 00:06:18

Total Playing Time: 34:59:18






Author(s):
Trollope, Anthony

Reader(s):
Shaw-Parker, David

Label: Naxos AudioBooks

Genre: Classic Fiction

Catalogue No: NA0198

Barcode: 9781843798903

Physical Release: 2015

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