What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Other editions - View all
The Starry Flag: Or, the Young Fisherman of Cape Ann (Classic Reprint)
No preview available - 2015
added Levi added Ruel ain't answered Levi asked Levi bad boy Bessie Watson bills handed Boston breeze cabin Cape Ann Captain changed the bills chimbly chimney clothes constable cuddy daughter deck Dock Vincent dog-fish dory father fifty dollars Frances Power Cobbe gave Gayles girl give Gloucester goin gone Griffin guardeen guardian hand Hatch helm hope hope Levi hour hundred and fifty illustrated justice Levi Fairfield Levi's little plan look lost mainsail mean miser morning Nathan Fairfield neat box night nothin o'clock Old Pier paid Penobscot Bay pocket replied Levi Richard Soule Rockport round Ruel Belcher sail schooner boat shore Six volumes sleep squall Squire Saunders Starry Flag steal stole the money Stories sure tell thing thought thousand dollars told twenty-one dollars uncle Nathan vessel Vincent wallet wharf wind YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY young fisherman young skipper
Page 315 - NAVILLE (ERNEST). The Heavenly Father: Lectures on Modern Atheism. By ERNEST NAVILLE, late Professor of Philosophy in the University of Geneva. Translated from the French, by HENRY DORNTON, MA Published in a handsome IGmo volume. $1.75. " A thorough grappling with some of the most subtle and profound questions of the age. « The Revival of Atheism,
Page 315 - Volunteers, during its three campaigns in 1861, 1862, 1863, and 1864; containing the History of the several Companies previous to 1861, and the name and military record of each man connected with the regiment during the war. By John W. Hanson, Chaplain. Illustrated by photographs. 12mo. $2.50. Hospital Life in the Army of the Potomac. By William Howell Eeed.
Page 319 - The Philosophy of the Poor Laws ; The Rights Of Man and the Claims of Brutes ; The Morals of Literature ; The Hierarchy of Ajt; Decemnoveuarianism; Hades. Shakings. Etchings from the Naval Academy. By a Member of the Class of '67. $5.00. " Swingin
Page 132 - ... things in nature. Rubbish . . . junk ... his mind could not picture anything that so exposed and condemned all the dreary, weary, ever-repeated actions by which life is continued from day to day. Actions without meaning. . . . As he looked out and saw the grey landscape through the gently falling snow, he could not help thinking how much better it would be if people could go to sleep like the fields; could be blanketed down under the snow, to wake with their hurts healed and their defeats forgotten.
Page 120 - She's twigged it all along," he said, with conviction. "You'll have to come home with me to-night, and to-morrow the best thing you can do is to make a clean breast of it.
Page 315 - DD 12mo. $1.25. Martyria ; or, Andersonville Prison. By Lieutenant-Colonel AC Hamlin, late Medical Inspector in the Army. Illustrated with maps and cuts. One volume. 12mo. $2.00. Memoir of Timothy Gilbert. By Rev. JD Fulton, u;'Trcmont Temple, Boston.
Page 6 - ... the author hopes that his young friends, while they strive to be as resolute and daring as Levi, will also endeavor to be as noble and true, as void of offence before God and man, as he labored to be.
Page 5 - Although this story is mainly fiction, it is not without a foundation of truth, both in the relations of the hero to his uncle, and in the singular event upon which the turning-point of the plot rests.
Page 15 - There isn'ta bit of danger, pa — not a bit," replied the sylph, as she extended her agile form upon the water, and began to beat the blue brine with her delicate little feet.