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Wonderful escape from shipwreck. An account of the loss of His Majesty"s ship Centaur
John Nicholson Inglefield
by Sold by S. Hazard, at Bath: by J. Marshall; and R. White, London in [Bath]
Written in English
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The story is told of a man who was shipwrecked and lived most of his adult life alone on an obscure island on which no other human being had ever set foot. After many years of isolation, a ship came his way and a rescue party was sent ashore. He welcomed them, of course, then proceeded to show them around. Down with the topmast! Yare, lower, lower! Bring her to try wi' th' main course. Bring down that top sail! Fast! Lower, lower! Let the ship sail close to the wind. A cry within A shout offstage. A plague upon this howling! They are louder than the weather or our office. Damn those men shouting down.
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