Archibald Hughson, the Young Shetlander

Archibald Hughson, the Young Shetlander
An Arctic Story

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Archibald Hughson, the Young Shetlander by W. H. G. Kingston

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Archibald Hughson, the Young Shetlander
An Arctic Story

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The story of a young man from the Shetland Islands, and his adventures in the whaling trade.

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n--you'll hear what he has to say."

Andrew led Archy aft, where Captain Irvine was standing, and explained in a few words what he knew of him. Captain Irvine, looking sternly at him, inquired how he had managed to conceal himself so long on board? On that point Archy gave a truthful reply.

"How did you know you could find a place where you could hide yourself?" asked the captain.

"I have often before been on board whalers, and knew how the casks were stowed," answered Archy, hoping that he should avoid further questions which might implicate Max Inkster.

"You are deserving of severe punishment for coming on board without my leave," said the captain. "I must consider how I shall treat you. If we fall in with a homeward-bound ship, I shall put you on board. If not, see how you behave yourself. Had your mother asked me to take you I would have done so, and you would have come in for a share of profits; but you have done more wrong to her than you have to me; and though I might flog yo

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