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An Attack on a Galleon Frontispiece
On the Tortugas Facing p. 6
Capture of the Galleon Facing p. 10
Henry Morgan Recruiting for the Attack Facing p. 14
Morgan at Porto Bello Facing p. 16
The Sacking of Panama Facing p. 20
Marooned Facing p. 26
Blackbeard Buries His Treasure Facing p. 32
Walking the Plank Facing p. 36
“Captain Maltoe Shot Captain Brand Through the Head” Facing p. 40
“She Would Sit Quite Still, Permitting Barnaby to Gaze” Facing p. 68
Buried Treasure Facing p. 76
Kidd on the Deck of the “Adventure Galley” Facing p. 84
Burning the Ship Facing p. 92
Who Shall Be Captain? Facing p. 104
Kidd at Gardiner’s Island Facing p. 108
Extorting Tribute from the Citizens Facing p. 116
“Pirates Used to Do That to Their Captains Now and Then” Facing p. 124
“Jack Followed the Captain and the Young Lady up the Crooked Path to the House” Facing p. 132
“He Led Jack up to a Man Who Sat upon a Barrel” Facing p. 136
“The Bullets Were Humming and Singing, Clipping Along the Top of the Water” Facing p. 142
“The Combatants Cut and Slashed with Savage Fury” Facing p. 146
So the Treasure Was Divided Facing p. 154