Myths and Legends of Our Own Land, vol 2

Myths and Legends of Our Own Land, vol 2
The Isle of Manhattoes and Nearby

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Myths and Legends of Our Own Land, vol 2 by Charles M. Skinner

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Myths and Legends of Our Own Land, vol 2
The Isle of Manhattoes and Nearby

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Dolph HeyligerThe Knell at the WeddingRoistering Dirck Van DaraThe Party from Gibbet IslandMiss Britton's PokerThe Devil's Stepping-StonesThe Springs of Blood and WaterThe Crumbling SilverThe Cortelyou ElopementVan Wempel's GooseThe Weary WatcherThe Rival FiddlersWyandankMark of the Spirit HandThe First Liberal Church

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h quiet and secrecy.

The pirate and his henchmen were returning to the tavern one night, after a visit to a rakish-looking vessel in the offing, when a squall broke in such force as to give their skiff a leeway to the place of executions. As they rounded that lonely reef a creaking noise overhead caused Vanderscamp to look up, and he could not repress a shudder as he saw the bodies of his three messmates, their rags fluttering and their chains grinding in the wind.

"Don't you want to see your friends?" sneered Pluto. "You, who are never afraid of living men, what do you fear from the dead?"

"Nothing," answered the pirate. Then, lugging forth his bottle, he took a long pull at it, and holding it toward the dead felons, he shouted, "Here's fair weather to you, my lads in the wind, and if you should be walking the rounds to-night, come in to supper."

A clatter of bones and a creak of chains sounded like a laugh. It was midnight when the boat pulled in at Communipaw, and as the storm continued Va

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