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A Sailor's Lass

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Author: Emma Leslie
Published: 1893
Language: English
Wordcount: 23,273 / 70 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 73.4
LoC Category: PN
Downloads: 766
Added to site: 2007.06.11 17297

any minute."

"Didn't I tell yer she was safe, and didn't I ought to know when a boat's safe better nor you--a poor tool of a woman? Come out of it," he added, impatiently, turning away.

The children wondered that nothing worse than hard words fell to their share, and were somewhat relieved that the next question referred to Bob, and not to their doings.

"You say he ain't come home?" said Coomber.

"I ain't seen him since he went with you to Fellness. Ain't you just come from there?" said his wife, timidly.

"Of course I have, but Bob ought to have been back an hour or so ago, for I had something to do in the village. Come to the boat, and I'll tell you all about it," he added, in a less severe tone; for the thought of the child he had rescued softened him a little, and he led the way out of the washing-shed.

The storm had abated now, and the boat no longer rocked and swayed, so that the children waded back through the mud without fear, while their father talked of the l



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