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  2. TALES AND SKETCHES.

    One of the sharpest agonies of shipwrecked men afloat is the passhig of ships whose lookout they have been unable to attract. The morning has come with a cry "A sail, a sail!" ...

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  5. WONDER IF TODDLES KNOWS NOW.

    When a boy I was always fond of eating and drinking-especially of eating. What boy isn't? I had an appetite then, and a digestion ...

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