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Richard of Jamestown

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Author: James Otis (James Otis Kaler)
Published: 1910
Language: English
Wordcount: 31,028 / 89 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 54.7
LoC Category: PN
Audiobook: www.archive.org
Downloads: 680
mnybks.net#: 5398
Origin: gutenberg.org
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It was a wondrous spectacle to see all these people nearby on the shore, knowing they had come for no other purpose than to look at us, and I took no little pride to myself because of being numbered among the adventurers, even vainly fancying that many wondered what part a boy could have in such an undertaking.

Then we set sail, I watching in vain for a glimpse of Nathaniel Peacock as the ships got under way. Finally, sadly disappointed, and with the sickness of home already in my heart, I went into the forward part of the ship, where was my sleeping place, thinking that very shortly we should be tossing and tumbling on the mighty waves of the ocean.

In this I was mistaken, for the wind was contrary to our purpose, and we lay in the Downs near six weeks, while Master Hunt, the preacher, who had joined the company that he might labor for the good of our souls; lay so nigh unto death in the cabin of the Susan Constant, that I listened during all the waking hours of the night, fearing to hear the

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