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To The West by George Manville Fenn

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To The West
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Publisher: ManyBooks
ISBN/ASIN: 8184562160
Number of pages: 405

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Mayne Gordon and Esau Dean, the two heroes of the present story, escape from a tyrannical master in the City, who thrashes them into a despairing rage and then prosecutes them for assault. After a good deal of trouble, the lads arrive safely in British Columbia. On the way out they pick up a one-eyed prospector, who proves their good angel in countless hair-breadth adventures, and finally--after trying unsuccessfully at gold-digging--the whole party become comfortable and prosperous settlers.

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