Treasure Island

Treasure Island

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TREASURE ISLANDBYROBERT LOUIS STEVENSONIllustrated \N.C.WYETHNEWCHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONSM MC X ICopyright, 1911, byCHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONSPublished 1911September,4042A\TOLLOYD OSBOURNE,AN AMERICAN GENTLEMAN,IN ACCORDANCE WITH WHOSE CLASSIC TASTETHE FOLLOWING NARRATIVE HAS BEEN DESIGNED,IN DELIGHTFULIT IS NOW, RETURN FOR NUMEROUS HOURS,AND WITH THE KINDEST WISHES,DefcicatcDBY HIS AFFECTIONATE FRIEND,THE AUTHOR\TO THE HESITATING PURCHASERIF sailor tales to sailor tunes,Storm and heat andadventure, cold,If and maroonsschooners, islands,And Buccaneers and buried Gold,And all the old retoldromance,in the ancientExactly way,Can as me ofplease, they pleased old,The wiser ofyoungsters to-day:So be it, and fall on! If not,If studious no crave,youth longerHis ancient appetites forgot,or the brave,Kingston, BallantyneOr of the wood and wave:CooperSo be also! And Iit, mayAnd all share themy pirates graveWhere these and their creations lie!rviiiCONTENTSPART ITHE OLD BUCCANEERPAGECHAPTER. 3I. THE OLD SEA DOG AT THE "ADMIRAL BENBOW" .APPEARS DISAPPEARS 11II. BLACK DOG ANDIII. THE BLACK SPOT 19IV. THE SEA-CHEST 27OF THE BLIND MAN 35V. THE LASTVI. THE CAPTAIN'S PAPERS . 42PART IITHE SEA COOK53VII. I GO TO BRISTOLVIII. AT THE SIGN OF THE SPY-GLASS 59.... 66IX. POWDER AND ARMSX. THE VOYAGE 73XI. WHAT I HEARD IN THE APPLE BARREL 80XII. COUNCIL OF WAR 88CONTENTSPART IIIMY SHORE ADVENTURECHAPTER PAGEXIII. How MY SHORE ...

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TREASURE ISLAND BY ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON Illustrated \ N.C.WYETH NEW CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS M MC X I Copyright, 1911, by CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS Published 1911September, 4042 A\ TO LLOYD OSBOURNE, AN AMERICAN GENTLEMAN, IN ACCORDANCE WITH WHOSE CLASSIC TASTE THE FOLLOWING NARRATIVE HAS BEEN DESIGNED, IN DELIGHTFULIT IS NOW, RETURN FOR NUMEROUS HOURS, AND WITH THE KINDEST WISHES, DefcicatcD BY HIS AFFECTIONATE FRIEND, THE AUTHOR \