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Page 43 - I see a ship a-sailing A-sailing o'er the sea, And it is deeply laden With pretty things for me." Surely no ship in the whole history of the seas can ever have been more deeply laden with treasures for one child. At every single halt in their progress, gifts to take home to their daughter had been showered on the Duke and Duchess, and the Renown returned a veritable argosy, bearing in her hold...