Captain Gault; Being the Exceedingly Private Log of a Sea-captain

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R. M. McBride & Company, 1918 - Seafaring life - 295 pages
 

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Contents

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Page 221 - I went up on to the bridge with my nightglasses, and had a good look to the southeast; but, so far as I could see, there was no sign of anything moving out in the bay.
Page 1 - CAPTAIN GAULT BEING THE EXCEEDINGLY PRIVATE LOG OF A SEA-CAPTAIN BY WILLIAM HOPE HODGSON AUTNOI OF THI HOUII ON THI «O»D»LAND," "TMt GHOST FIIATU, "M(N OF THX Dlir WATCM.
Page 193 - The man stared at me as if he thought I was mad; but before he could get out any expressions of easement I concluded — "Perhaps, Mister," I said, "you'll finish your examination of the cabins as quick as you can, and get out of here.

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