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Rivers of Ice by Robert Michael Ballantyne

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Rivers of Ice
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Publisher: ManyBooks
ISBN/ASIN: 1484941136
Number of pages: 278

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On a certain summer morning, about the middle of the present century, a big bluff man, of seafaring aspect, found himself sauntering in a certain street near London Bridge. He was a man of above fifty, but looked under forty in consequence of the healthful vigour of his frame, the freshness of his saltwater face, and the blackness of his shaggy hair.

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