The frigate and the lugger

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Page 170 - I got out of the town somehow, for I had never been out of it before, greatly tempted to stop and look at the fine shops, all lighting up so gaily, but I was resolved to get into the country. I knew nothing of the locality, had no idea where I was going or what I was going to do ; the only thing that occupied my mind was, that a shoemaker I would not be.
Page 221 - There is no occasion for your following the Law any more, but more of this when I have the pleasure of seeing you, which I hope will be in twelve or fourteen months.
Page 151 - We shall gain some hours, and in that time get up our jury-masts; this nor'-wester is only a squall after the deluge of rain. I was down with our poor passengers, who were terribly frightened by the firing; in truth, they have had a poor time of it since we started.

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