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Where Duty Called

or, In Honor Bound

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Author: Victor St. Clair (George Waldo Brown)
Published: 1904
Language: English
Wordcount: 54,657 / 160 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 75.7
LoC Category: PS
Downloads: 1,253
Added to site: 2010.12.31 30026
Genre: Adventure

ut papers for Colon, intended to stop at La Guayra, they engaged passage. At the outset they had felt some distrust in doing this, while the commander showed equal hesitation in taking them. Still, it was their only chance to get away, so they resolved to take their chances, with the determination to keep their eyes and ears open. Thus they had frequently expressed the opinion among themselves that they had been justified in their suspicions, though this was the first outspoken belief in the fact.

"I agree with you, Jack," declared Ronie.

"What have you learned that is new, Jack?" asked Harrie.

"Enough to confirm what doubts I already had as to her character. Captain Willis does not intend to put in at La Guayra, as he claimed he should to us."

"Perhaps he dares not," said Ronie.

"Ay, lad, that's where you hit the bull's-eye. He dares not do it."

"That means either that his intentions are not honest, or that the war in Venezuela is more than a civil war," said Harrie.



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