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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 10 June 1899

ra raS irLJmarr S WASHINGTON T 11 SENTINELS 4 4VOL VOL TrT XXVI cVVT WASHINGTON CITY DO D C SATURDAY JUNE 10 1899 NO 50 n Utln9btngton Sentinel SentinelPublished entineL entineLPubUshed Published and Edited by byLOUIS byLOUIS LOUIS SCHADE SCHADEAPPEARS APPEARS EVER EVEItiF SAIURDAY SAIURDAYTERMS SATUID SATUIDTERMS TERMS 13 3 per year lor or slllgle copy sent by bymall mall to subscribers payable in madvance advance advanceATES ATES OP ADVEIISINO ADVEIISINOFirst ADVEL31NGFirst First Insertion one oneThch inch 1 50i o second secondne ne netion tlon 7S cents Liberal deauctionl deauctionlMlde deductions Mlde for annual advertisements Special Specialn Specialntlces n ntlces tlces 2S cents a line linet t 1vertlsements to Insure Insertion Insertionsho sho III ii I be handed In not later than I2 I2oclock 12oclock oclock noon on Thursday ThursdayOffice Office No Bo4 E Street N W WWashington Washington D C CSample CSample Sample copies mailed upon applica ion Address Lotus SCHADE Wash nRton D...

Publication Title: Washington Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 10 June 1899

r 1 c = r 11 j1jj tI 8ENlINBL 8ENlINBLWASHINGTON SRNTINDLWASHINGTON WASHINGTON D C JUNE 10 o 1899 1899notber z8g z8gp z8gAnotber = p Anotber notber FaiLure FaiLureAppreciaUng FallareAppreciating Appreciating the fact that the thework thework work of the Philippine Commis Commission Commission sion in n trying to negotiate peace peacewith peacewith with the insurgents was becomin becominfarcicl becoming becomingfarcical farcical and that the ditIerences ditIerencesbetween difIerencesbetween between the civilians and General GeneralOtis GeneralOtis Otis were threatenin threatening serious con consequences consequences sequences the President has sent sentinstructions sentinstructions instructions to Manila for the themembers themembers members to close their work and andreturn andreturn return home homeIt homeIt It is understood that the Presi President President dent decided upon this plan alter altera a careful review of the situation situationIt It was made clear to him that the th...

Publication Title: Washington Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 10 June 1899

i 1Locnl mote motelUebnrd 1ILQteRichard Richard r land Ill IllInformation flirurormation Information has reached this city cltjebanonMo from fromebanonMo ebanonMo that Richard larks Parksa Bland Blanda a very sick man There is a chance chanceor c cor or his recovery but that is all allIlness His HisIIness IIness Is the result of an attack c cgrip of the thegrIp grIp during the winter session of ofgress Con Congress gress and a relapse after h he returned returnedhome reti retihome home PhysIcians admit there isIndication IS every everyIndication Indication of cerebral congestion congestionconsequent and andconsequent consequent paralysis He IS at his home hometwo I Itwo two miles out in the country wher wherSons his hissons sons have arrived arrivedA A Notd NotdLouis I Ucnt UcntLoul Louis S McCoy 23 years old once oi oivolunteer a avolunteer volunteer of a Vlr1lcia regimeniwho regiment but butwho who was recently sentenced to serve ser sermonths six sixmonths months ID the District ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 10 June 1899

h r T 1rTflrA 1rTflrAWI WI WIIlunting SENTINEL SENTINELnuntln nuntln Ilunting the Greenland Seal SealBadmMif SealBadmietoN BadmMif > > llJlilzazine llJlilzazineThe lllapasineThe The island of Newfoundland is isfull isfull full 01 interest both from the thedramatic thedramatic dramatic events of its early history historyand historyand and from its hardy bned cf men menwho menwho who roving the Inhospitable InhospitableNortbern inhospitableNorthern Northern seas with the darin daring of ofthe ofthe the ancient Vikings possess them themselves themselves selves of spoils 01 fish and mam mammalian mammalian malian lire whIch Nature in vain vainlocks vainlocks locks up for the best part of the theyear theyear year with iron fetters of frost and andice andice ice Her harborsnarrow gate gateways gateways ways between desolate cliffs of ofrockare ofrockare rockare supposed to have shel sheltered sheltered tered Iceland navigators as early as asthe asthe the year boo Sebastian Cabot on ...

Publication Title: Washington Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 17 June 1899

w ri I iiiiIII i = U I WASHiNGTON T ENTINEL ENTINELoL 11 J JI JVOL I = VOL oL XXVI WASHINGTON CITY DO D C SATURDAYJUNE SATURDAY JuNE 111899 17 1899 NO o 51 1cin blnoton Sentinel ctithiel ctithielPubtished Published and Edited by byLOUIS LOUIS SCHADE SCHADEAPPEARS SCHADES SCHADEAPPEARS S APPEARS EVERY SATURDAy SATURDAVTERMS SATURDAyTERMS TERMS 3 per year for single copy sent by bymall bymail mall to subscribers payable In advance advanceATKS advanceATS ATKS OF OFFirst ADVBRtISINO ADVBRtISINOFirst First Insertlonone Insertion one inch Isoisecond Isoisecondne rosecond rosecondneilon ne neilon ion 7S cents Liberal de dcluctlonn dcluctlonnmadeoraflrnlaladvertiSements < 1uctlonR 1uctlonRmade made madeoraflrnlaladvertiSements for annual advertisements Special Specialntices SpccuilnticeS ntices z5 cents a line linefdvertisements linedyertlsements fdvertisements dyertlsements to insure insertion insertionsho insertionsho sho ii 11 a be banded In not later than Iz Izoclocl 12ocIoc oclocl &...

Publication Title: Washington Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 17 June 1899

± ii t II ENlINEL ENlINELWASHINGTON ENTINRLWASHIIGTOND WASHINGTON D C JUNE 17 x7899 x7899The 899 899The The Emperor of German Germanthe Oermni Oermnithe the son 01 an English mother and andwhose andwhose whose mother again is is the Queen Queenof Queenofall of ofall all England speaks a correct correctand correctand and classical English without dia dialectin dialectin lectin fact a better En English lish than thanmany thanmany many 01 his ngloSaCon abusers abusersamongst abusersamongst amongst them the Kautzes and andCoghlans andCoghtans Coghlans CoghlansOonaressman CoghtansCongresRflan Oonaressman Bland Blanddied 131nttdied died at athis his home at atLebanon Lebanon Mo MoThursday MoThursday Thursday morning last He had hadbeen hadbeen been ill for some time He was a aman aman man of ofenial eenial personality and pop popular popular ular in Congress eVfn with those thosewho thosevli who vli regar regarded ed his monetary views viewsas viewsas as the worst kind of financial her he...

Publication Title: Washington Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 17 June 1899

i ilI I I w r w nn n 1r I Jocnl ocal 1Rotes 1RotesI 1toteIte1eao I i Itebluo of Spaniards SIIBnIBrdsThe SpaniardsThe The Spanish Minister at Washington Washingtonthe the Duke of ofArcos Arcos has cabled that the theI theUnited I United States government overnmel1t admits Its Itsoblilatlon Itsobligatlonand oblilatlon obligatlonand lAnd Is proceeding to secure securethe securethe the liberation of the Spanish prlsloners prlslonersin in the Philippine Islands according to tothe tothe the peace treaty and while so dolJlg dolJlgEiants dolsgants Eiants ants Spain the privIlege 01 Indepen independentaction 1 dent dentaction action In the same work 1I1dudlcg 1I1dudlcgransoming indudingransoming ransoming the prisoners Of these thesethere thesethere there are probably In th the neighborhood neighborhoodoj oj 4000 All are military or rel religious religiousprisoners1 lous lousprisoners prisoners the proportion oflrlars how howI however I ever belJl being said to be small All the thecivil thec...

Publication Title: Washington Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 17 June 1899

r q at Ju A SENTINEL SENTINELTIle 1 1The TIle Princes of orTreblzond orTreblzondDulaay Treblzonl TreblzonlDulat4JI Dulat4JI Ellnr in the e Cosmc Cosrnopolilan CosrnopolilanU lilan lilanUS US USThe U S SThe The lamp of history throws so sotaint sotaint taint a li light ht upon the tallen empire empireot ot Treblzond that It seems to us usmore usmore more like a shadow than a reality realltvand realityand and yet the romance of its existence existenceentitJ existenceentitles entitJ entitles s It to a very dlflerent late latefor latefor for the story ot Its establishment establishmentits its duration and its downlallis downfall is one oneof oneof of the most remarkable legacies legaciesthat legaciesthat that we have inherited from the theMIIJdle theMiddle Middle Ages The ratal paralysIs paralysIsthat paralysisthat that had come over the Greeks at atConstantinople 4 Constantinople at It the beginning be1lnnlngot ot the thirteenth century spared at atleast atleast least one member of the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 24 June 1899

iiiiiii i I TT ii r rVOL WASHING 110N SE N T IN E L LI I VOL XXVI WASHINGTON CITY D C SATURDAY JUNE 241899 24 1899 NO 52 mnSIJtnoton 1a31tIlJtOfl eiUnel eiUnelPublished cnttnct cnttnctPubltshed Published and Edited by byLOUIS byLOUIS LOUIS SCHADE SCHADEAPPEARS SCHADEAPPEARS APPEARS EVERY SATURDAY SATURDAYTERMS SATURIThYTERMS TERMS TERMSI TERMSper I sent by bymall bymaF 3 per year for single copy mall to subscribers payable in advance advanceATBS advanceAUS ATBS 0 OP ADVER tISINO tISINOFirst LISINOFirst First insertion one oneinch inch Isoi io second secondnJe secondne ne lion 7S 5 cents Liberal deductions deuuctionsmad deductionsmad mad 1 for annual advertisements Special Specialn1tices Speca1ntices n1tices 2S cents a line lineA line1vcrtsemeflt5 A Ivertsements to insure insertion insertionsho Insertionsho sho II I be handed In not later than 12 0 Ioc noon on Thursday ThursdayOffice ThursdayOffice Office No 804 E Street Streets N W WWashinJtton WWashingtOn WashingtOn D C CSamr CSamp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 24 June 1899

fl i i H Hj 0 w I f I 4ENTINEL 4ENTINELWASHINGTON J NrINEL NrINELWASHINGTON WASHINGTON D C JUNE 14 1899 z899tiiliisIieii 4 4A A I1lbulthe1 bV the 1111111 PIII1noR PIII1noRThe nOM nOMThe The enemy ambushed a column columnof columnofAmerfcan of ofAmerfcan American troops Monday about 20 miles from Manila with the theresu theresult resu result t that S of our men were killed killedand killedand and z 5 were wounded Fightin Fightincontinued Figlitincontinued continued all day with severe severelosses severelosses losses on both sides Worse titan titanthe thanthe the enemys bullets were the thedangers thedangers dangers incurred In over exertion exertiunand exertionand and exposure under the sUmmer sUmmersun summersun sun in a malarious tropical climate climateDoubtless climateDoubtless Doubtless the germs ermr of disease diseasewere diseasewere were plantl pIantd d in many a gallant gallantma1s gallantmais ma1s system during the hard harddays harddays days work very one must pit pitthe ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 24 June 1899

w Z V w lLocal 1Aotea 1AoteaMl Ml Coy Ite Recoyers overs Fro Olll PPflldtdUs Appen4icItIbum PPflldtdUsLouln bum McCoy the prisoner remove removefrom removed removedIrom from the jail two weeks ago to be beoperated bi bioperated operated upon at the Emergency Hos Hospltallor Hospital pltallor pital for appendicitis was returned to toprison tc tcprison prison last Tuesday cured McCo McCoentirely McCoy McCoyentlrelv entirely recovered in fourteen days after aftertbe afteithe the operation His JIisvetmi1ormnppendi JIisvetmi1ormnppendiwas ver mirorm appendix appendixwas was found in n II seriously diseased ondl condition ondltion tion and fatal results would probabl probabIbave probablbave bave followed had not the operation operationbeen operationbeen been performed It was entirely succes succesful succcsUIb ful UIb and the recovery of tbe tl patlel1t was wasextraordinarily wa waextraordinarily extraordinarily rapid McCov who Isone Is Isone one of the Hatfipld McCoy feud particI particI...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 24 June 1899

H r rIII4I I III4I I r rH q w H v wuwrur W tFrvAIV AJWVV ro n c 1 iII I t r q t SENtJINEL r 1A 1 1 1f 1A 1 x A u 11 JI JL f A VI Visit 1t tf to lUoliteneJro lUoliteneJroEHJlisAwlffllH fontenegroExgNshwosx EHJlisAwlffllH EHJlisAwlffllHMontenegro rx rxMontenegro Montenegro is certainly the most mostprimitive mostprimitive primitive and at the same time the themost themost most interesring country in East Eastern Eastern ern Europe and that from every everypOint everyw w pOint nl VIeW whether it be its itsi itspolitical political and social oraOlzatlon oraOlzatlonJ organization organizationthe i J the customs and character of the thopeople thepeople people it its geo geographical rapllcal positIon positIonor or the natural beauties 01 its wIld wIldmountainous wildmountainous mountainous scenery which is to today today day whet Switzerland must have havebeen havebeen been a century ago before the thedays thedays days 01 cheap holiday tours luOlc luOlcular lunrcutar ular rallw railwys oy...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 8 July 1899

IT W7AS II T 11 11VOL NGTON SEN I ii iiVOL f VOL XXVII WASHINGTON CITY D C SATURDAY JULY 81899 8 1899 NO 2 W1asblngton Sentinel SentinelPublished enttncl enttnclPublished Published aad Edited by byLOUIS byLOUIS LOUIS SCHADE SCHADEPRED SCHADEFRED FRED SJUADE Asso AssoIatC ll1to Editor ElhtorI EditorAPPUAR3EVBRY I APPBAJl APPUAR3EVBRY V SATURDAY SATURDAYTERMS ATURDAYTERMS TERMS 3 per year for single copy sent by bymail byiatl mail iatl to subscribers payable coCy In n advance advanceI advanceATEOP aTK ATEOP OJl ADVERtISING ADVEBtJSIKOI ADVERtISINGFtrstlnsertton I I Firs Ftrstlnsertton t Insertion one Incbll Incbr5o so second secondIuetlon secondnsetion Iuetlon 7S cents Liberal deuuctionl deuuctionlmade deductions deductionsmade made for or aanua annual advertisements SpecIal SpecIaln SpecialiQticeS n iQticeS Qtices 2S sscentsa cents a line lineil linedvertusements il dvertisements to Insure Insertion Insertionsho Insertionbo sho bo III ii I be handed In not later than I2 I2oclock isoc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 8 July 1899

ir i fJF S1NflNL RNTINEL RNTINELoJ WASHINGTON oJWASHINGTON oJ D C C1 JULV 8 ISg9 ISg9Tbe IS9rThe I rThe Tbe WASIIIGTON SErotUNJlL can canbe be obtained at all the principal book bookstores bOOkstores stores and news depots and also at tt tb tboffice804 the office804 office 804 E street northwest Wash WashjngtOn Vashington ington D C crSubscribers SubscriberS who do not rece receive receivethe I ve vethe the paper paperregulartY regularly will please notify the theoffice office immediately immediatelyEXlonslo EXlonslo EXlonslois is a trick word invented to swindle swindlethe the intelligence of the American AmericanpeopJe people The expansion that finds findsfavor favor with Americans is the acquit acquitsition sition of contiguous territory to be besettled besettled settled by American citizens and andimmediately andimmediate1 immediately added to ttl the sister sisterhood sisterhood hood of States It is not expansion expansionto to conquer conquerand and subjugate by force forcedis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 8 July 1899

i iT 10cal Rotes iflotesOnly RotesOnlJ Only Oae lair Flying FllngThere FlyingThere There are no less than thirty embas embassles em emsled sled and legations in the NatIonal C Ctal CaPI CaPItal tal representing ns many nations of ofglobe the theglobe globe Of these only one recogn recognand recoltnlzed recoltnlzedand and participated In the universal cele celebrafJon c cbrafzorz brafJon 0 ot the Fourth of of July and that thatwas I Iwas was at the Turkish Legation LegationTyler LegationTyler Tyler May RunThere Run RunThere There Is a rumor current In Richmond Richmondto Rlchm Rlchmto to the effect that Governor Tyler Tyleiabout IS ISabout about to announce his candidacy br brSenate or the theSenate Senate In opposlllon to Mr Mar MarThere Martin MartinThere There has been considerable talk taIIesome for forsome some time of the Governor entering enteringfield enterlD the thefield field but there has never been such suchapparently i iapparnt1y apparently well grounded roundpd reports ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 8 July 1899

1Ad + Tr TrA A 7L11 SENTINEL SENTINELTile Tile Cave ot St it ttnthony ttnthonySunday nthony nthonySunday Sunday af ECtnl ECtnlAntbony LorneAnthony Anthony the Great was born in inEgypt inEgypt Egypt A D 25o soandbeca and became e aher ahermit a her hermit mit in the desert where he died diedat diedat at the age 01 too The other An Antbony Anthony tbony was not born till JI9S i I95 He Hewas 1Icwas was a native of Lisbon and died in inPadua inPadua Padua but he was neither entirely entirelyPortuguese entirelyPortuguese Portuguese or Italian He was by byancestry byancestry ancestry at least in part a French Frenchman Frenchman man a descendant of the great greatDuke reat reatDuke Duke Godfrey who led an army armyto armyto to the first Crusade and who was wascbosen waschosen chosen as the first Christian kiD kiDof king kingof of Jerusalem Early in the thir thirteenth thirteenth teenth century the young aristo aristocrat aristocrat crat threw himself with enthusi enthusiasm enthusiasm as...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 15 July 1899

0 t ASIIJNGTON T 11 SENTFINEIJ SENTFINEIJOL 0 J = WASHINGTON CITY D C SATURDAY Y JULY 15 l 1899 vo OL L XXVII NO 3 r tro1a91Jington Sentinel SentinelPublished eitttncL eitttncLPublished Published and Edile Edited d by byLOUIS byLOUIS LOUIS SCHADE SCHADEFRED SCHADEFRED FRED SmUUE AS80IJIate Editor EditorArrRARS EditorAPrARS ArrRARS EVERY SATURDAY SATURDAYTERMS sTUKDAYTERMS TERMS TERMSg3 g3 3 per year for single copy sent by bymall bymtI mall to subscribers payable In advance advanceIt It a TKS OP ADVEII tISING tISINGFrst LISINOFrst Frst insertion one oneinch inch rosecond rosecondne soisecond soisecondnedon Liberal deuuctionl deuuctionlhud adUCt1Ofl adUCt1Oflm2dforannua1advert15emeflt3 nedon ne ilon 75 7 cents hud m2dforannua1advert15emeflt3 for annual advertisements Specl Special Specialntices l ln n ntices tlces 25 cents a line linelven lineivert lven sements to Insure insertion insertiontho tho 120 11 1 lIe handed In not later than I2 0 Inet roon on Thursday ThursdayOffice i iOffi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 15 July 1899

I Iu a u u I 1 11 1 8 ENTINEL ENTINELWAShINGTON N1IKE Jj JjWASHINGTON WASHINGTON D C JULY I is1 1899 1899UJrThe i8ggtThe UJrThe WAshINGTON SKNTINRL CRn CRnbe cnbe be obtained at all the principal book bookstores tookstores stores And news depots and also at thee theeoffice th thoffice office Sot E street northwest Vash Vashinston Vashinton inston D C CAttention CAtientlon Attention SntJllorlber StibsoribersWe l lWe We have sent out numerous bills bi1sfor billsfor for subscriptions and advertise advertisements advertisements ments Our patrons will oblige obligeu u J by remItting rernittingassoon as soon as possible possibleManv possibleMany Many of our contemporaries in inall inall all parts of the Union have pub published published lished flattering congratulatory congratu1atorynotices congratulatorynotices notices concerning the 27th J 7th anni anniversary anniversary versary of the SENTINEL They Theyconvince Theyconvince convince us that we are apprecia appreciated appreciatedby t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 15 July 1899

TL local ocaI1I totc totcCll1clnul1t1 otC otCCflClflflfltl Cll1clnul1t1 ExrurRlonlsts ExrurRlonlstsi i to the number ornboul 125 lat1les laaii laaiigentlemen and andRentlemen gentlemen were In evidence evidenceWellington at the theWellington Wellington Hotel this week J JRiggs At the theRhns Rhns about 100 oo more 01 the flame samewere party partywere were quartered They come unller und undmanagement the themanagement management of Mr C M Dartlett I3artleUDretor pro proprietor prietor of ofa a nourishing business colleJe colleJewho c cwho who has for many years made upI up sum summer I mer trips for the students antllrlends anti Iei Ieihis 01 01his his Institution The party reacled reaclecIrom here hereIrom Irom Old Point and spent severa severasight several davs davsslKht sight seeing seeingInashmgto seeingInashmgtoAIer In ashll1gton ashll1gtonAIJer AIJer May IIY OV < i Out Fran hHIIR hHIIREvidently Iit IitEvidently Evidently the War Department DepartmentUkes dls dlslikes likes ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 15 July 1899

i1r l tl tli1r T Is ITT tt 1Y SENTINEL SENTINELThrouJh 1 1Through T TIs Through the Nile CRtltractA CRtltractAIt CntaraetsIt It was now amid these really reallydangerous reallydangerous dangerous rapids when a slight slighterror slighterror error of judgment would have havebroucht havebrought brought instant shipwreck and andprobable andprobable probable loss of life that our old oldreis oldreis reis showed that he really knew knewhis knewhis his work after all His lazy expressions ex expressions pressions vanished his eye keenly keenlyscanned keenlyscanned scanned the broken water round roundhim roundhim him as he firmly held ltel l the tiller tillerand tills and shouted his ord orders rs as to the thel1andlin th thhandling e l1andlin handling of tile sails to the two twolads tw twlads o lads Generally with the head 01 01his o ohis t his vessel pointing up stream and andforesail an anforesailsetto d foresail foresailsetto set to Jive him good st steer steerage er erage age way he c...

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