Cap'n Titus: Sketches of New England Country Folk

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Doubleday, Page, 1902 - New England - 87 pages
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Page 98 - A NEW BOOK BY FRANK R. STOCKTON JOHN GAYTHER'S GARDEN And the Stories Told Therein By FRANK R. STOCKTON A VOLUME of eleven new stories in Mr. Stockton's most amusing manner, all of them connected by a thread of narrative that gives unity to the whole. The book is one in which Mr. Stockton took a great personal interest and it will be presented exactly in accordance with his own arrangements for its publication.
Page 94 - Told in the real salt-water vernacular, and you can almost hear the lapping of the waves and feel the roll of the schooner as you read them. ' ' Times, Brooklyn, NY " An old mariner who spins capital yarns in Yankee dialect.
Page 93 - Mr. Emery has artistically caught the spirit of the folk-life of New England.
Page 94 - Rich and racy salt-briny stories, depicting New England country folk to the life.

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