Seiners. Later printing

By: CONNOLLY, James B.

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CONNOLLY, James B. The Seiners. New York : Charles Scribner's Sons, 1905. Later Printing. Pp (2), v-vi, (2), 1-314. 8vo, red cloth. A novel of the Gloucester fishermen, in 39 chapters, including Chapter 37. The Girl in Canso;18. A Brush with the Yachting Fleet; 25. Trouble with the Dominion Cutters ; 31. The Start of the Race. "It was only a few days before this that the new vessel of Mr. Withrow's, built by him, as everybody supposed, for Maurice Blake, had been towed around from Essex, and I remember how Maurice stoodon the dock that afternoon and looked her over. There was not a bolt or a plank or a seam in her whole hull, not a square inch inside or out, that hehad not been over half a dozen times while she was on the stocks; but now he had to look her over again, and as he looked his eyes took on a shine. She had been designed by a man famous the world over, and was intended to beat anything that ever sailed past Eastern Point. She certainly was a great-looking model of a vessel, and "If she only sails and handles half so well as she looks, she'll do for me," said Maurice. "Yes, sir, and if she's up to what I think she ought to be, I wouldn't be afraid to bet my share of what we make out South that she'll hold her own with anything out of Gloucester--give her a few weeks to loosen up, of course." That was a good deal to say, for it was a great fleet of vessels sailing out of Gloucester; but evenso, even allowing for a young skipper's pride in his first crack vessel, i t meant a whole lot coming like that from Maurice Blake." - from the first chapter. Spine lettering worn off, rubbed, name, else vg. 50.00

Title: Seiners. Later printing

Author Name: CONNOLLY, James B.

Categories: 888,

Publisher: Charles Scribner's Sons, New York, 1905,:

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