Frederick Marryat

The Phantom Ship

497 printed pages
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  • Alena Lakasevahas quoted3 years ago
    there is nothing more trying to the seaman's feelings, than being unexpectedly forced to recommence another series of trials, at the very time when they anticipate repose from the former; yet, how often does this happen!
  • Alena Lakasevahas quoted3 years ago
    A scene of confusion took place which ended in great loss of life.
  • Alena Lakasevahas quoted3 years ago
    to prove to the Hollanders that the Inquisition was the very best of all possible arrangements, and that it was infinitely better that a man should be burnt for half-an-hour in this world than for eternity in the next.
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