Log of the Water Wagon Or the Cruise of the Good Ship Lithia 1905
Bert Leston Taylor, W. C. Gibson
Kessinger Publishing, Jun 1, 2003 - Fiction - 128 pages
1905. The Log of the Water Wagon was compiled from memoranda found in a floating milk bottle with a patent stopper, flung overboard just before the good ship Lithia foundered in a fearful simoom off White Rock Point. The notes, penciled in a trembling hand, on the backs of blank temperance pledges, IOUs, and wine lists, were barely legible, testifying to the fearful condition of the unknown writer's tongue, manifestly incapable of moistening the pencil. The editors have preserved, as far as possible, the spirit and literary style of the Log keeper, whose identity is an interesting conjecture. His fate, and that of his fellow passengers, is shrouded in mystery.
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