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  2. UNCLE JOHN. CHAPTER. XI.—continued.

    BUT to my story. Five weeks has elap[?]d since we, that is, you and I, gentle reader, took our leave of Frank at Warrundoo, and during that five weeks he had, in conjunction with his employer and Ned the stockman, brought ...

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  3. THE MARINE GHOST.

    CAPTAIN the Honourable Augustus Fitzroy Fitzalban, of that beautiful ship his Majesty's frigate Nænia, loved many things. He loved his ship truly, and with a perdurable affection; yet he loved something still more, his very ...

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  4. CHAPTER XII.

    During the few following days, Frank and his employer talked the matter over again, and it was eventually agreed that Frank should accompany Little Jimmy again to the station, and remain there until there was a chance ...

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