Leland. Legends of Florence.

Today's free book is Legends of Florence by Charles Godfrey Leland. For the table of contents, check at the bottom of this post below the image.

The book is available at Project Gutenberg, Internet Archive, Hathi Trust, and Google Books. There is also a free Kindle ebook from Amazon.

Table of Contents

The Three Horns of Messer Guicciardini
The Pills of the Medici
Furicchia, or the Egg-Woman of the Mercato Vecchio
The Lanterns of the Strozzi Palace
The Goblin of La Via Del Corno
Frate Giocondo, the Monk of Santa Maria Novella
The Legend of the Croce al Trebbio
The Two Fairies of the Well
The Story of the Via Delle Serve Smarrite
The Bronze Boar of the Mercato Nuovo
The Fairy of the Campanile, or the Tower of Giotto
The Goblin of the Tower Della Trinita, or the Porta San Niccolo
The Ghost of Michel Angelo
The Apparition of Dante
Legends of La Certosa
Legends of the Bridges in Florence
The Bashful Lover
La Fortuna
The Story of the Unfinished Palace
The Devil of the Mercato Vecchio
Seeing that All was Right
The Enchanted Cow of La Via Vacchereccia
The Witch of the Porta Alla Croce
The Column of Cosimo, or Della Santa Trinita
Legends of Or’ San Michele
The Witch of the Arno
Stories of San Miniato
The Frair’s Head of Santa Maria Maggiore—The Lady who Confessed for Everybody—Holy Relics
Biancone, the Giant Statue in the Signoria
The Red Goblin of the Bargello
Legends of San Lorenzo
Legends of the Piazza San Biagio
The Spirit of the Porta San Gallo
Story of the Podestà who was Long on his Journey
Legends of the Boboli Gardens: the Old Gardener, and the Two Statues and the Fairy
How La Via Della Mosca got its Name
The Roman Vase
The Unfortunate Priest
The Mysterious Fig-Tree
Il Palazzo Feroni
La Via Delle Belle DonneThe Wizard with Red Teeth
Orpheus and Eurydice
Intialo: the Spirit of the Haunting Shadow
Cain and his Worshippers

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