Paddy Finn

Paddy Finn
Adventures of a Midshipman Afloat and Ashore

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Paddy Finn by W. H. G. Kingston

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Paddy Finn
Adventures of a Midshipman Afloat and Ashore

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This is a long story; but we venture to say that scarcely a child who has begun it will complain of its length. "Paddy Finn" is an informing s well as amusing story.

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me with a sword, which had been my grandfather's. It was of antique make, and, being somewhat rusty, was evidently unwilling to leave the scabbard. Nora, notwithstanding, proudly girded it on my side by a broad leathern belt with a huge silver clasp, which I thought had a very handsome appearance. I little dreamed that my costume was not altogether according to the rules and regulations of the naval service. The coat was long in the waist, and longer in the skirts, which were looped back with gold lace, Pat having also surrounded the cuffs with a band of the same material. The inside was lined with white silk, and there were patches of white cloth on the collar. The waistcoat, which came down to my hips, was of flowered silk, made out of one of my great-grandmother's petticoats, which had long been laid by, and was now by unanimous consent devoted to my use. The breeches were very full, Pat observing that I should be after growing rapidly on the salt sea, and would require room in them. White cotton stockings

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