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Across the Spanish Main by Harry Collingwood

By Harry Collingwood

Around the Spanish major - A story of the ocean within the Days of Queen Bess is gifted right here in a top quality paperback variation. This renowned vintage paintings by means of Harry Collingwood is within the English language, and should no longer comprise snap shots or photos from the unique variation. when you benefit from the works of Harry Collingwood then we hugely suggest this ebook to your ebook assortment.

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Roared Leigh, and as the two lads flung themselves to the floor of the cave, a storm of bullets whizzed over them that at once accounted for ten of the savages. Then out came the hangers, and the sailors charged the remaining assailants, who turned resolutely to meet them, while Harry and Roger, rising from the floor of the cave, dashed down on the rear, cutting and slashing and thrusting with right good will, their strength renewed somewhat by a sight of their own countrymen. Thus taken in front and rear, the blacks, seized with sudden panic, broke and fled, followed by another storm of shot from the sailors.

Early on the following morning they all got under weigh again, and headed for the land, which now could not be many miles distant. ” demanded the officer of the watch. “Dead ahead,” answered the lookout. “Keep her as she goes,” ordered Cavendish; and with an ever-lessening wind they glided toward the land that climbed higher and higher above the horizon by imperceptible degrees. By the end of the first dog-watch on that same evening they were close enough to make out the formation of the land; and at length, sighting a bay that looked promising for their purpose, they bore up for it, sounding all the way as they went.

But Harry had meanwhile reached the ship and been hauled in and deposited on deck, where he immediately sank down fainting with exhaustion. Then, seeing his friend safe, Roger redoubled his efforts, and the distance between the sharks and him lessened but slightly, while he decreased the distance between himself and the ship very perceptibly. These herculean efforts could not last long, however, and the sharks once more began to draw in upon him. The men on the deck of the ship now shouted, and flung their missiles as far as they could; but the swimmer and the sharks were still too far off for the latter to be frightened by the bombardment.

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