The Treasure of the Tigris
by A. F. Mockler Ferryman
Publisher: A. & C. Black 1908
If you like to undertake to study hard for six months, we will send you out on a voyage of discovery for us. You will have to make up your mind to real hard work, but I promise you that you will have a thoroughly interesting trip, and will see a good deal of the world. I will tell you plainly what you will have to do.
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