Master of Monterey
Publication Year: 2012
Published by: University of Nevada Press
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Title Page, Copyright, Dedication, Frontispiece
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...modore Jones, the true subject and object of this rare history, ...
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Chapter the First
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...tenant. He had been at sea for three years, hoping for a war to son into business with him, but he desired that his younger son she always ended her letters with a request that in whatever he do, he think of her. So he thought of her while he scrambled up of avarice, her purplish eyes, set a little close together, could ...
Chapter the Second
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...take a ship over the edge of the world as long as he didn't have drifting lost in the Pacific, he asked what they were going to do chiefs in delicate hands after his ship while it crossed the bar. spread tarot cards to uncover his true nature. Pearl Prynne, the with Rafael's father (material success and bitterness), Rafael's ...
Chapter the Third
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...activity on the deck as the National Intention made ready to sail theme of a ship carrying out the intentions of a great nation to good in order to serve the destiny of the nation, and the whole filled the space with paper of the highest quality, and quill pens making sure the officers had plenty. By skimping on the sailors' ...
Chapter the Fourth
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...ner of his mouth into a bucket lashed to the deck. However, the stream of bile, varied at times by fits of vomiting, did not stop of Liberty and Louisa Darling. However, they finally decided on a title of The Conquest of the West by Sea, with special Attention to the role of Commodore jones of the National/ntention, in honor ...
Chapter the Fifth
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...no choice but to write in the same meter. Besides, if his narra words seemed very abstract, distant from what he had to relate. desk rested on his lap scattered with different piles of paper. free . Despite the fact that he was afraid that he too would par a screwworm began boring a hole deep in the bilges of the ship, ...
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...taking on the brink of the chapel, she raised her hands to heav angels of God and all His saints for their divine intervention. birthing, and her father died three years later when he attempt bravely and shivered the filbert shaft, and one splinter of wood ding ring and a piece of the broken lance threaded upon it, and ...
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...pied only by lost tribes ignorant of the Savior's birth, and who invasion. In the meantime, let us see what terms are offered by ligibility. The Friar asked in Latin if he would like to sit down, said it was in the language of the heretic pirate Francis Drake, only citizen of the United States who resided in California. He ...
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...the hills to form the nucleus of the guerrilla force that would at which time Micheltorena would take his rightful place as the who had read Sir Walter Scott's narrative as a literal transcrip the infidel and return home to claim his throne, agreed to meet rior, we'll give 'em all a test fire, so they're ready to shout a ...
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...the lack of heirs their family had produced and fearful that her return to the control of the devil, locked the door to her room tage of the invasion to find a way to avoid marriage with a man tricks she knew just to be able to stay in the room. Surely she bare, leathery feet, rejoicing especially when the sharp stones ...
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...the ship's store as possible to Mister Lurkin's smugglers, paper and ink were two items of which he still had a nearly limitless mission by despoiling the ship of its stores, he thought it might he asked insinuatingly. The land is a ripe field for the American about, and in fact had harbored a grudge against him ever since ...
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...at a time, for twenty-four hours, sailor's liberty in Monterey. skull glinted softly as he slipped into the compartment, desert the rigging to be marked with a dozen stripes from the colt, the in the shadow of the ship's ribs, questioning him about the leak with their sensitive quivering noses. But another family of rats, ...
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...green bile into the bucket at his head, then picked up his pen to grievances, mend injuries, and truly take possession of the land occurred, so that no matter what occurred in the present, in the the end of history, it was only right that he himself was outside that even though only a few philologists might recognize it, he ...
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...gift, and wished to express personally their gratitude at his part looked in a mirror for the twenty-plus years since that day out these hours of sadness would prove to be some of the finest and Don Ignacio sitting his stallion, sadly waiting for her to come trusted servant, Juan Canito, was sitting. She was trapped, and ...
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...the bugle boy woke up cold and hungry at the village site of the arm; he had traded it for a large sheaf of papers protected by a lifted up his instrument to his lips. The pain brought tears to his eyes, and the tune sounded slow and mournful, like a dirge. came into the light of the morning. His face was pallid and his ...
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...back toward Monterey. Mister Lurkin rode at his side, the sheaf of papers that declared the reign of peace firmly under his arm, never really possessed that which they desired, that they, like San Carlos, where Soylibre still sat on the church steps, regal ing himself with beef jerky. All the men looked hungrily at the ...
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...hopes you will retain an interest, although it is far from clear offered by one of their wives and raised it up a flagpole, estab later viewers have judged that it most closely resembles a root ing if they had lost one or two on the rush across the continent. in California ran right through the heart of it. He was reduced ...
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This novel owes much to the many friends and fellow writers who read the manuscript and gave generous and invaluable guidance. I would like to thank especially Joanne Bloom, Alison Bond, Pam Carlquist, Franklin Fisher, Deborah Foss, Howard Horwitz, Teresa Jordan...
Page Count: 288
Publication Year: 2012
Series Title: Western Literature Series