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Cord and Creese

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        Paginationxvi, 67 p. :
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Compton took part he would at once awaken Cigole's fears by his clumsiness. But now that the hope of life was strong, and safety had grown almost assured, the deathlike weakness which but shortly before had assailed him gave way to new-born strength and unconquerable resolve. Brandon was soon on the best of terms with the officers of the ship. He would acknowledge that he was Cord and Creese Italian, and had been in all parts of Italy, but carefully refrained from telling where he was born.

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He then looked aloft and to the south with eyes of despair. "He is about the same," said Mrs. He walked more quickly onward, filled with wonder, and marveling by what strange chance this vessel could have reached its present position.

My life is yours, and yours is mine. The captain stood by Cord and Creese companion-way, looking south at the storm; the mate was near the capstan, and all were intent and absorbed in their expectation of a sudden squall.

This lasted for about a year, when, at last, one morning a letter was brought me from him stating that he had gone to India. For you were the one who did our business. One was an elderly gentleman, with a kind, benevolent aspect, the senior partner of the firm. In that climate shelter was scarcely needed.