Cast Away in the Cold An Old Man's Story of a Young Man's Adventures, as Related by Captain John Hardy, Mariner
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Cast Away in the Cold An Old Man's Story of a Young Man's Adventures, as Related by Captain John Hardy, Mariner

By I. I. (Isaac Israel) Hayes
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  • The Project Gutenberg eBook, Cast Away in the Cold, by Isaac I. Hayes
    • E-text prepared by Roger Frank and the Project Gutenberg Online Distributed Proofreading Team (http://www.pgdp.net)
    • CONTENTS.
  • CAST AWAY IN THE COLD.
    • CHAPTER I.
      • Relates how an Ancient Mariner met three Little People and promised them a Little Story.
    • Relates how an Ancient Mariner met three Little People and promised them a Little Story.
    • CHAPTER II.
      • Captain John Hardy, Otherwise Ancient Mariner, Otherwise Old Man
    • Captain John Hardy, Otherwise Ancient Mariner, Otherwise Old Man
    • CHAPTER III.
      • Which Shows the Old Man To Be a Man of His Word
    • Which Shows the Old Man To Be a Man of His Word
    • CHAPTER IV.
      • The Old Man, having related to the Little People how the Young Man went to Sea, now proceeds to tell what the Young Man did there.
    • The Old Man, having related to the Little People how the Young Man went to Sea, now proceeds to tell what the Young Man did there.
    • CHAPTER V.
      • In which the Ancient Mariner, continuing his Story, borrows an Illustration from the “Ancient Mariner” of Song, and then proceeds to tell how they went into the Cold, and were cast away there.
    • In which the Ancient Mariner, continuing his Story, borrows an Illustration from the “Ancient Mariner” of Song, and then proceeds to tell how they went into the Cold, and were cast away there.
    • CHAPTER VI.
      • The Old Man meets the Little People under Peculiar Circumstances, and relates to them how the Young Man, being cast away in the Cold, rescued a Shipmate, and also other Matters, which, if put into this Title, would spoil the Story altogether.
    • The Old Man meets the Little People under Peculiar Circumstances, and relates to them how the Young Man, being cast away in the Cold, rescued a Shipmate, and also other Matters, which, if put into this Title, would spoil the Story altogether.
    • CHAPTER VII.
      • In which the Reader will discover, as the Little People did, how a Life was saved, and a Life was Begun.
    • In which the Reader will discover, as the Little People did, how a Life was saved, and a Life was Begun.
    • CHAPTER VIII.
      • In which the Mariner’s Rest and the Ancient Mariner himself receive particular Attention.
    • In which the Mariner’s Rest and the Ancient Mariner himself receive particular Attention.
    • CHAPTER IX.
      • Contains a Recovery, a Discovery, and a Disappointment.
    • Contains a Recovery, a Discovery, and a Disappointment.
    • CHAPTER X.
      • Shows how Some Things may be done as well as Others, with God’s Help and with much Perseverance.
    • Shows how Some Things may be done as well as Others, with God’s Help and with much Perseverance.
    • CHAPTER XI.
      • In which the little People are convinced of the Goodness of Providence, as the Reader ought to be,—seeing that to be cast away is not to be forsaken.
    • In which the little People are convinced of the Goodness of Providence, as the Reader ought to be,—seeing that to be cast away is not to be forsaken.
    • CHAPTER XII.
      • Relates how a Desert Island became a Rock of Good Hope, and other Hopeful Matters which to be understood must be read of.
    • Relates how a Desert Island became a Rock of Good Hope, and other Hopeful Matters which to be understood must be read of.
    • CHAPTER XIII.
      • The Ancient Mariner takes the Little People on a Little Voyage; and the Little People become convinced that an Arctic Winter, an Aurora Borealis, and an Ancient Mariner, are very Wonderful Things.
    • The Ancient Mariner takes the Little People on a Little Voyage; and the Little People become convinced that an Arctic Winter, an Aurora Borealis, and an Ancient Mariner, are very Wonderful Things.
    • CHAPTER XIV.
      • Proves the Ingenuity of Seals, and Shows That the Great Polar Bear Is No Respecter of Persons
    • Proves the Ingenuity of Seals, and Shows That the Great Polar Bear Is No Respecter of Persons
    • CHAPTER XV.
      • Shows, Among Other Curious Matters, That Two Boys Are Better Than One, and That Pluck Is a Good Thing, Especially When Polar Bears Are Around.
    • Shows, Among Other Curious Matters, That Two Boys Are Better Than One, and That Pluck Is a Good Thing, Especially When Polar Bears Are Around.
    • CHAPTER XVI.
      • Covers a Long Period of Time, and shows, among other Things, how a Race may be lost at Both Ends.
    • Covers a Long Period of Time, and shows, among other Things, how a Race may be lost at Both Ends.
    • CHAPTER XVII.
      • A very Peculiar Person appears and disappears, and the Castaways are filled alternately with Hope and Fear
    • A very Peculiar Person appears and disappears, and the Castaways are filled alternately with Hope and Fear
    • CHAPTER XVIII.
      • A Number of Peculiar People appear, and the Castaways disappear from the Rock of Good Hope.
    • A Number of Peculiar People appear, and the Castaways disappear from the Rock of Good Hope.
    • CHAPTER XIX.
      • The Peculiar People proving to be Savages, the Castaways seize the First Opportunity to leave them, not relishing their Company.
    • The Peculiar People proving to be Savages, the Castaways seize the First Opportunity to leave them, not relishing their Company.
    • CHAPTER XX.
      • Brings the Holidays of the Little People and the Story of the Old Man to an End.
    • Brings the Holidays of the Little People and the Story of the Old Man to an End.
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