Wednesday the Tenth, A Tale of the South Pacific
by Grant Allen
Publisher: D. Lothrop Company 1890
Number of pages: 133
On the eighteenth day out from Sydney, we were cruising under the lee of Erromanga -- of course you know Erromanga, an isolated island between the New Hebrides and the Loyalty group -- when suddenly our dusky Polynesian boy, Nassaline, who was at the masthead on the lookout, gave a surprised cry of 'Boat ahoy!'
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