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No.199 classes had learnt to think it more noble to b
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10/10/17 10:39
No.198 T, wasting not a minute in tears and lamentations
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10/10/14 3:00
No.197 Kins rose. He was a short, round-shouldered man, made s
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10/10/13 5:26
No.196 failed
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10/10/12 9:02
No.195 T sent Mary and Dora into greater rapture
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10/10/11 16:00
No.194 aring the revolut
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men call dust. This continual addition of material tends, of course, to
increase the mass of the earth, though the effect thus produced will be
on an exceedingly small scale. The total number of meteors moving about
in space must be practically countless. The number
which actually dash into the earth's atmosphere during each year is,
indeed, very great. Professor Simon Newcomb, the well-known American
astronomer, has estimated
that, of the latter, those large enough to be seen with the naked eye
cannot be in all less than 146,000,000,000 per annum. Ten times more
numerous still are thought to be those
insignificant ones which are seen to pass like mere sparks of light
across the field of an observer's telescope. Until comparatively recent
times, perhaps up to about a hundred years ago, it was thought that
meteors
were purely terrestrial phenomena which had their origin in the upper
regions of the air. It, however,...

10/09/29 6:50
No.193 making the same unpleasant m
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very glad to receive me. As I had made the best use of my opportunities
of becoming a seaman during my first voyage, I had no difficulty in
obtaining a berth on board
a ship bound to Queensland, called the _Eclipse_, commanded by

Captain Archer, and I was thus able to work my passage out free of
expense.
On this occasion
also I made good use of my time, by adding considerably to my knowledge
of seamanship, and by studying navigation. Though I was before the mast,
as I had my own sextant and books the officers allowed me
to take observations with them and to keep the
ship's reckoning,
I had thus a right, with the experience I had had, to consider myself a
fair seaman. The _Eclipse_ had been four days
at sea, when the third mate summoned me to accompany him into the
forehold to get up some casks of provisions. While searching for those
he wanted, I heard a sound
as if some one was gasping for breath, and then a
low moan. I told the mate. ...

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