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... pears , and then distributed them among his schoolfellows without reserving
any for himself.- " He only took them , " he said , “ because every other boy was
afraid . ” Early on a cold and dark spring morning Mr. Nelson's LIFE OF NELSON .
... wandering about in the cold , without being able to reach the ship , an officer
observed the forlorn appearance of the boy , questioned him ; and , happening to
be acquainted with his uncle , took him home and gave him some refreshments .
... the navy , took the best means of reconciling him to it . He held it out as a
reward , that if he attended well to his navigation , he should go in the cutter and
decked long boat , which was attached to the commanding officer's ship at
... sent with the lead and line to the northward and eastward , to sound wherever
they found cracks in the ice , that they might have notice before the ice took the
ground ; for , in that case , the ships must instantly have been crushed , or overset
... and took them on board again . On the morrow the wind sprang up to the
N. N. E. All sail was set , and the ships forced their way through a great deal of
very heavy ice . They frequently struck , and with such force , that one stroke
broke the ...
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Southey is perhaps best known as the friend of Wordsworth and Coleridge in their early "Lake Poet" days who wrote some often denigrated but in my experience readable verse fantasies (the Curse of ... Прочетете пълната рецензия