Travel, War, and Shipwreck
Also published in the "Boy's Own Favourite Series", this is a nineteenth-century adventure story for boys, based on the author's own experiences as a world traveller. It includes gripping scenes such as an account of crossing the Santa Fe Trail and fights with "Red Skins" in America. The first-person narrative purports to be by the son of a naval lieutenant.
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