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The Rival Crusoes

or, The Ship Wreck; also A Voyage to Norway; and The Fisherman's Cottage.

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Published: 1851
Language: English
Wordcount: 43,107 / 127 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 57.9
LoC Category: PR
Downloads: 2,812
Added to site: 2011.01.05
mnybks.net#: 30070
Origin: gutenberg.org
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dominion of temper, he said to his servant--

"What a fool the fellow makes of himself about a dog!"

Philip lifted the body of his poor favourite from the ground, and taking it in his arms, rushed by the young lord, giving him a look of contempt and indignation as he passed.

"It is the dog that used to lead about his blind sister," said the humane gamekeeper. "She is just dead."

Lord Robert then remembered meeting Kate and the dog when he first came home: he had patted her curly head and admired her beauty.

"Was it blind Kate's dog?" said Lord Robert. "Had I known that, he might have destroyed every head of game on the estate before I would have shot him."

Perhaps, had Philip heard this half acknowledgment of error, much evil might have been prevented. The next time he met the young noble, it was with the most bitter feelings. He considered that Lord Robert had wantonly murdered the innocent companion of his sister; and all the grief he felt for her loss was turned int

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