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The Belted Seas

By Colton, Arthur

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Title: The Belted Seas  
Author: Colton, Arthur
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Language: English
Subject: Literature, Literature & thought, Writing.
Collections: Blackmask Online Collection
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Excerpt: Chapter 1. PEMBERTON?S. The clock struck one. It was the tall standing clock in the front room of Pemberton?s Hotel, and Pemberton?s stands by the highway that runs by the coast of Long Island Sound. It is near the western edge of the village of Greenough, the gilt cupola of whose eminent steeple is noted by far?passing ships. On the beach are flimsy summer cottages, and hard beside them is the old harbour, guarded by its stone pier. Whalers and merchantmen used to tie up there a hundred years ago, where now only fishing boats come. The village lies back from the shore, and has three divisions, Newport Street, the Green, and the West End; of which the first is a broad street with double roads, and there are the post office and the stores; the second boasts of its gilt?cupolaed church; the third has the two distinctions of the cemetery and Pemberton?s.

Table of Contents
Table of Contents: The Belted Seas, 1 -- Arthur Colton, 1 -- Chapter I. PEMBERTON'S, 1 -- Chapter II. THE ?HEBE MAITLAND.? CAPTAIN BUCKINGHAM'S NARRATIVE, 4 -- Chapter III. THE HOTEL HELEN MAR. THE NARRATIVE CONTINUED, 10 -- Chapter IV. SADLER IN PORTATE. THE NARRATIVE CONTINUED, 13 -- Chapter V. END OF THE HOTEL HELEN MAR. CONTINUATION OF CAPTAIN -- BUCKINGHAM'S NARRATIVE, 20 -- Chapter VI. TORRE ANANIAS. WHY CAPTAIN BUCKINGHAM DID NOT GO BACK -- TO GREENOUGH, 23 -- Chapter VII. LIEBCHEN. THE EWIGWEIBLICHE. THE NARRATIVE RESUMED, WITH -- THE LOSS OF THE ?ANACONDA?, 32 -- Chapter VIII. SADLER IN SALERATUS. THE GREEN DRAGON PAGODA. THE -- NARRATIVE GOES ON, 37 -- Chapter IX. KING JULIUS, 42 -- Chapter X. THE KIYI PROPOSITION?SADLER CONCLUDED, 52 -- Chapter XI. THE VOYAGE OF THE ?VOODOO?.?NARRATIVE CONTINUED, 56 -- Chapter XII. THE FLANNAGAN AND IMPERIAL?CONTINUING THE NARRATIVE, 60 -- Chapter XIII. FLANNAGAN AND STEVEY TODD?CAPTAIN BUCKINGHAM -- RETURNS TO GREENOUGH? THE NARRATIVE CONTINUED, 66 -- Chapter XIV. CAPTAIN BUCKINGHAM VISITS ADRIAN. ANDREW AND MADGE -- MCCULLOCH AND BILLY CORLISS. CAPTAIN BUCKINGHAM'S NARRATIVE ENDS, 72 -- Chapter XV. Conclusion OF THE WHOLE, 76

 

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