"Then we had a rough, snoring sailor — a captain of a collier, who never woke but to wet his whistle,' or to swear strange
oaths, that land travelling always turned him sea-sick, particularly when the wind was foul, or, as he termed it, 'right in his teeth.'
This sea-savage was not unknown to me. I once saw him ejected the Common Pleas for boisterous and unbecoming conduct."

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Author: William Nugent Glascock

Title: Land Sharks and Sea Gulls


First Published by: Richard Bentley

Place: London

Format: HC

Date: 1838




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