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  • Silas Huntly Rescued from the Waves Chapter XVII: M. Letourneur is Pessimistic Chapter XVIII: We Explore the Reef Chapter XIX: The Cargo Unloaded Chapter
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  • Under the Seas. 20,000 Leagues Under the Seas  (1870)  by Jules Verne, translated by Frederick Paul Walter 3239520,000 Leagues Under the SeasJules
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  • the Country (1913) The Glimpses of the Moon The House of Mirth (1905) The Gods Arrive The Marne The Mother's Recompense The Reef The Touchstone The Valley
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  • Wakulla (category Novels)
    Preparing To Leave The Old Home Chapter II: The Schooner "Nancy Bell" Chapter III: "Captain Li's" Story Chapter IV: A Wreck On The Florida Reef Chapter V: Mark
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  • writer of the early 19th century. Precaution: A Novel, 1820 Precaution: A Novel, Project Gutenberg The Spy: A Tale of the Neutral Ground, 1821 The Spy:
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  • The Reef by Edith Wharton Chapter VIII 81291The Reef — Chapter VIIIEdith Wharton All day, since the late reluctant dawn, the rain had come down
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  • Mardi (category Novels)
    And Pass The Isles Of Myrrh Chapter LXIV: Concentric, Inward, With Mardi's Reef, They Leave Their Wake Around Chapter LXV: Sailing On Chapter LXVI: A Flight
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  • ‘ruddy gem of changeful light.’ Since the lighting of the Bell Rock not a single wreck has taken place on the reef. The Northern lighthouse board directed
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  • the Islets of the Gulf, 1848; Jack Tier, or the Florida Reefs, 1848; The Oak Openings, or the Bee-Hunter, 1848; The Sea Lions, 1849; The Ways of the Hour
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  • I man the rudder, reef the sail, Obey the voice at eve obeyed at prime: 'Lowly faithful, banish fear, Right onward drive unharmed; The port, well
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  • FROM THE MARQUESAS TO THE SOCIETY ISLANDS.—THE GREAT BARRIER REEF.—THE CORAL INSECT AND HIS WORK.—ATOLLS AND THEIR PECULIARITIES.—ORIGIN OF THE POLYNESIAN
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  • The Reef by Edith Wharton Chapter I 81284The Reef — Chapter IEdith Wharton "Unexpected obstacle. Please don't come till thirtieth. Anna." All
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  • a dangerous reef. She was saved from what appeared certain destruction by the excellent discipline of the crew and the seamanship of the captain, which
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  • (1913) The Afterglow (1913) Other Novels Beyond White Seas (1910) The Elixir of Hate (1910) The Empire in the Air (1914) The Air Trust (1915) The Fatal
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  • KANGAROO—EFFECTS OF MIRAGE—EXAMINE COAST TO THE TURTLE ISLES—GEOGRAPHE SHOALS—NUMBER OF TURTLES—BEDOUT ISLAND—SCOTT'S REEF—APPROACH TO TIMOR—PULO DOUW—SCENE ON
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  • gathered a few of the nuts and breakfasted. After this we pulled straight out to sea, and landed on the coral reef. This was indeed a novel and interesting
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  • whereabouts of that dangerous and reef-strewn sea. "It's not a chart of any bay or water at all. It's a plan of Cardiff by night for the guidance of German airships
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  • Benjamin Franklin, and in the same year in New York and in Boston. But the only other novels printed in America before the Declaration of Independence
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  • in the Red Sea. The passengers were compelled to remain for three days upon a coral reef, where they suffered greatly before relief arrived. The remainder
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  • Popular Science Monthly Volume 66 April 1905  (1905)  The Bermuda Islands and the Bermuda Biological Station for Research II By Edward L. Mark 1422801Popular
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