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  2. THE NOVELIST.

    When we had breakfasted, Captain Greaves said, "Will you smoke a pipe with me in my cabin?" "With much pleasure," I answered. ...

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  3. THE STORYTELLER.

    He came as junior clerk to the one bank in the township of Bungabong; a fair, delicate lad, with a simple but citified manner. He was young, barely twenty-one, and his ...

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  4. CHAPTER VIII.

    Captain Greaves having pronounced tne words with which the lost chapter concludes, came oat of his bed-place and opened the cabin door. Galloon entered. The captain ...

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