Sea Stories by Cyrus Townsend Brady

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Editor Brady, Cyrus Townsend, 1861-1920
Title Sea Stories
Contents Yarns of the forecastle, by the Rev. Cyrus Townsend Brady -- The mutiny of the Bounty, from Chambers's Miscellany -- Our first whale, by F. T. Bullen -- Going to sea a hundred years ago, by R. J. Cleveland -- The escape of the American frigate Alliance, by J. Fenimore Cooper -- Among the ice floes, by J. Fenimore Cooper -- A tornado at sea, by George Cupples -- My first voyage, by R. H. Dana, Jr -- Running away to sea, by Daniel Defoe -- The tempest, by Charles Dickens -- A struggle with a devil fish, by Victor Hugo -- The man and the cannon, by Victor Hugo -- A ship on fire at sea, by Jean Ingelow -- In the Gulf Stream, by Charles Kingsley -- The loss of the Royal George, by W. H. G. Kingston -- Sailors' yarns, by Pierre Loti -- Equality at sea, by Captain F. Marryat -- The club-hauling of the Diomede, by Captain F. Marryat -- The chase, by Herman Melville -- Rounding Cape Horn, by Herman Melville -- The merchantman and the pirate, by Charles Reade -- A gale of wind, by W. Clark Russell -- Saved, by W. Clark Russell -- The capture of the cotton ship, by Michael Scott -- The cruise of the coracle, by R. L. Stevenson -- Landing on the island, by Jean Rudolf Wyss -- Biographical notes -- Suggestions for supplementary reading.
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Language English
LoC Class PZ: Language and Literatures: Juvenile belles lettres
Subject Sea stories
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Copyright Status Public domain in the USA.
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