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Sea-Dogs All! A Tale of Forest and Sea

By Tom Bevan
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  • The Project Gutenberg eBook, Sea-Dogs All!, by Tom Bevan
    • E-text prepared by Al Haines
      • Cover art
        • Dolly stood near the fire, her face rosy with the heat
      • Dolly stood near the fire, her face rosy with the heat
    • Cover art
      • Dolly stood near the fire, her face rosy with the heat
    • Dolly stood near the fire, her face rosy with the heat
  • Sea-Dogs All!
    • A Tale of Forest and Sea
      • BY
    • BY
    • TOM BEVAN
      • Author of "Red Dickon the Outlaw," "The Fen Robbers," etc., etc.
        • THOMAS NELSON AND SONS London, Edinburgh, Dublin, and New York 1911
      • THOMAS NELSON AND SONS London, Edinburgh, Dublin, and New York 1911
    • Author of "Red Dickon the Outlaw," "The Fen Robbers," etc., etc.
      • THOMAS NELSON AND SONS London, Edinburgh, Dublin, and New York 1911
    • THOMAS NELSON AND SONS London, Edinburgh, Dublin, and New York 1911
    • CONTENTS.
    • List of Illustrations
      • Cover art
      • Dolly stood near the fire, her face rosy with the heat . . Frontispiece
      • The odds were hopelessly against him.
    • Cover art
    • Dolly stood near the fire, her face rosy with the heat . . Frontispiece
    • The odds were hopelessly against him.
  • SEA-DOGS ALL!
    • Chapter I.
      • THE MAN IN BLACK.
      • Chapter II.
      • THE PLOTTERS.
      • Chapter III.
      • TWO FRIENDS.
      • Chapter IV.
      • JOHNNIE MORGAN TAKES A WALK.
      • Chapter V.
      • MASTER WINDYBANK.
      • Chapter VI.
      • A SINISTER MEETING.
      • Chapter VII.
      • IN THE TOILS.
      • Chapter VIII.
      • MASTER WINDYBANK WALKS ABROAD.
      • Chapter IX.
      • THE HUNT.
      • Chapter X.
      • MASTER WINDYBANK REBELS.
      • Chapter XI.
      • DARKNESS AND THE RIVER.
      • Chapter XII.
      • SNARING A FLOCK OF NIGHT RAVENS.
      • Chapter XIII.
      • A DOUBLE FIGHT.
      • Chapter XIV.
      • WHAT HAPPENED IN WESTBURY STEEPLE.
      • Chapter XV.
      • A LETTER FROM COURT.
      • Chapter XVI.
      • TO LONDON TOWN.
      • Chapter XVII
      • SIR WALTER AS CHAPERON.
      • Chapter XVIII.
      • THREE BROKEN MARINERS.
      • Chapter XIX.
      • PAIGNTON ROB'S STORY.
      • Chapter XX.
      • ROB DINES AT "YE SWANNE."
      • Chapter XXI.
      • MORGAN GOES TO WHITEHALL.
      • Chapter XXII.
      • THE QUEEN.
      • Chapter XXIII.
      • JOHNNIE SEES MANY SIGHTS.
      • Chapter XXIV.
      • TWO CHANCE WAYFARERS.
      • Chapter XXV.
      • BROTHER BASIL.
      • Chapter XXVI.
      • ALL ON A BRIGHT MARCH MORNING.
      • Chapter XXVII.
      • IN PLYMOUTH.
      • Chapter XXVIII.
      • THE PARLOUR OF THE "BLUE DOLPHIN."
      • Chapter XXIX.
      • THE WIDOW'S HOUSE.
      • Chapter XXX.
      • HO! FOR THE SPANISH MAIN.
      • Chapter XXXI.
      • IN THE BAY OF SAN JOSEPH.
      • Chapter XXXII.
      • A GLIMPSE OF THE FABLED CITY.
      • Chapter XXXIII.
      • WANDERING IN A MAZE.
      • Chapter XXXIV.
      • FLOOD AND FEVER.
      • Chapter XXXV.
      • A FOE.
      • Chapter XXXVI.
      • THE ATTACK ON THE VILLAGE.
        • The odds were hopelessly against him.
      • The odds were hopelessly against him.
      • Chapter XXXVII.
      • COUNCIL FIRES IN TWO PLACES.
      • Chapter XXXVIII.
      • THE WAY BACK.
      • Chapter XXXIX.
      • JOHN OXENHAM'S CREEK.
      • Chapter XL.
      • A HAVEN OF PEACE.
      • Chapter XLI.
      • THE TRAP.
      • Chapter XLII.
      • CAPTIVES.
      • Chapter XLIII.
      • IN PANAMA.
      • Chapter XLIV.
      • THE TRIAL.
      • Chapter XLV.
      • FOR FAITH AND COUNTRY!
      • Chapter XLVI.
      • THE GALLEY SLAVES.
      • Chapter XLVII.
      • HERNANDO SPEAKS.
      • Chapter XLVIII.
      • THE REVOLT OF THE SLAVES.
      • Chapter XLIX.
      • EASTWARD HO!
      • Chapter L.
      • HOME.
      • Chapter LI.
      • THE FOREST AGAIN—AND THE SEA.
    • THE MAN IN BLACK.
    • Chapter II.
    • THE PLOTTERS.
    • Chapter III.
    • TWO FRIENDS.
    • Chapter IV.
    • JOHNNIE MORGAN TAKES A WALK.
    • Chapter V.
    • MASTER WINDYBANK.
    • Chapter VI.
    • A SINISTER MEETING.
    • Chapter VII.
    • IN THE TOILS.
    • Chapter VIII.
    • MASTER WINDYBANK WALKS ABROAD.
    • Chapter IX.
    • THE HUNT.
    • Chapter X.
    • MASTER WINDYBANK REBELS.
    • Chapter XI.
    • DARKNESS AND THE RIVER.
    • Chapter XII.
    • SNARING A FLOCK OF NIGHT RAVENS.
    • Chapter XIII.
    • A DOUBLE FIGHT.
    • Chapter XIV.
    • WHAT HAPPENED IN WESTBURY STEEPLE.
    • Chapter XV.
    • A LETTER FROM COURT.
    • Chapter XVI.
    • TO LONDON TOWN.
    • Chapter XVII
    • SIR WALTER AS CHAPERON.
    • Chapter XVIII.
    • THREE BROKEN MARINERS.
    • Chapter XIX.
    • PAIGNTON ROB'S STORY.
    • Chapter XX.
    • ROB DINES AT "YE SWANNE."
    • Chapter XXI.
    • MORGAN GOES TO WHITEHALL.
    • Chapter XXII.
    • THE QUEEN.
    • Chapter XXIII.
    • JOHNNIE SEES MANY SIGHTS.
    • Chapter XXIV.
    • TWO CHANCE WAYFARERS.
    • Chapter XXV.
    • BROTHER BASIL.
    • Chapter XXVI.
    • ALL ON A BRIGHT MARCH MORNING.
    • Chapter XXVII.
    • IN PLYMOUTH.
    • Chapter XXVIII.
    • THE PARLOUR OF THE "BLUE DOLPHIN."
    • Chapter XXIX.
    • THE WIDOW'S HOUSE.
    • Chapter XXX.
    • HO! FOR THE SPANISH MAIN.
    • Chapter XXXI.
    • IN THE BAY OF SAN JOSEPH.
    • Chapter XXXII.
    • A GLIMPSE OF THE FABLED CITY.
    • Chapter XXXIII.
    • WANDERING IN A MAZE.
    • Chapter XXXIV.
    • FLOOD AND FEVER.
    • Chapter XXXV.
    • A FOE.
    • Chapter XXXVI.
    • THE ATTACK ON THE VILLAGE.
      • The odds were hopelessly against him.
    • The odds were hopelessly against him.
    • Chapter XXXVII.
    • COUNCIL FIRES IN TWO PLACES.
    • Chapter XXXVIII.
    • THE WAY BACK.
    • Chapter XXXIX.
    • JOHN OXENHAM'S CREEK.
    • Chapter XL.
    • A HAVEN OF PEACE.
    • Chapter XLI.
    • THE TRAP.
    • Chapter XLII.
    • CAPTIVES.
    • Chapter XLIII.
    • IN PANAMA.
    • Chapter XLIV.
    • THE TRIAL.
    • Chapter XLV.
    • FOR FAITH AND COUNTRY!
    • Chapter XLVI.
    • THE GALLEY SLAVES.
    • Chapter XLVII.
    • HERNANDO SPEAKS.
    • Chapter XLVIII.
    • THE REVOLT OF THE SLAVES.
    • Chapter XLIX.
    • EASTWARD HO!
    • Chapter L.
    • HOME.
    • Chapter LI.
    • THE FOREST AGAIN—AND THE SEA.
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