Captain Brand of the "Centipede" A Pirate of Eminence in the West Indies: His Love and Exploits, Together with Some Account of the Singular Manner by Which He Departed This Life
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Captain Brand of the "Centipede" A Pirate of Eminence in the West Indies: His Love and Exploits, Together with Some Account of the Singular Manner by Which He Departed This Life

By H. A. (Henry Augustus) Wise
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  • CAPTAIN BRAND, OF THE “CENTIPEDE.”
    • CONTENTS
    • ILLUSTRATIONS
    • PART I.
      • CHAPTER I. SPREADING THE STRANDS.
      • CHAPTER II. CALM.
      • CHAPTER III. HIGH NOON.
      • CHAPTER IV. SUNSET.
      • CHAPTER V. DARKNESS.
      • CHAPTER VI. DANGER.
      • CHAPTER VII. THE MEETING AND MOURNING.
      • CHAPTER VIII. CAPTAIN BRAND AT HOME.
      • CHAPTER IX. CAPTAIN AND MATE.
      • CHAPTER X. AN OLD SPANIARD WITH ONE EYE.
      • CHAPTER XI. CONVERSATION IN POCKETS AND SLEEVES.
      • CHAPTER XII. DOCTOR AND PRIEST.
      • CHAPTER XIII. A MANLY FANDANGO.
      • CHAPTER XIV. A PIRATES’ DINNER.
      • CHAPTER XV. DROWNING A MOTHER TO MURDER A DAUGHTER.
      • CHAPTER XVI. NUPTIALS OF THE GIRL WITH DARK EYES.
      • CHAPTER XVII. DOOM OF DOÑA LUCIA.
      • CHAPTER XVIII. END OF THE BANQUET.
      • CHAPTER XIX. FANDANGO ON ONE LEG.
      • CHAPTER XX. BUSINESS.
      • CHAPTER XXI. TREASURE.
      • CHAPTER XXII. PLEASURE.
      • CHAPTER XXIII. WORK.
      • CHAPTER XXIV. CAUGHT IN A NET.
      • CHAPTER XXV. THE MOUSE THAT GNAWED THE NET.
      • CHAPTER XXVI. THE HURRICANE.
      • CHAPTER XXVII. THE VIRGIN MARY.
      • CHAPTER XXVIII. THE ARK THAT JACK BUILT.
    • CHAPTER I. SPREADING THE STRANDS.
    • CHAPTER II. CALM.
    • CHAPTER III. HIGH NOON.
    • CHAPTER IV. SUNSET.
    • CHAPTER V. DARKNESS.
    • CHAPTER VI. DANGER.
    • CHAPTER VII. THE MEETING AND MOURNING.
    • CHAPTER VIII. CAPTAIN BRAND AT HOME.
    • CHAPTER IX. CAPTAIN AND MATE.
    • CHAPTER X. AN OLD SPANIARD WITH ONE EYE.
    • CHAPTER XI. CONVERSATION IN POCKETS AND SLEEVES.
    • CHAPTER XII. DOCTOR AND PRIEST.
    • CHAPTER XIII. A MANLY FANDANGO.
    • CHAPTER XIV. A PIRATES’ DINNER.
    • CHAPTER XV. DROWNING A MOTHER TO MURDER A DAUGHTER.
    • CHAPTER XVI. NUPTIALS OF THE GIRL WITH DARK EYES.
    • CHAPTER XVII. DOOM OF DOÑA LUCIA.
    • CHAPTER XVIII. END OF THE BANQUET.
    • CHAPTER XIX. FANDANGO ON ONE LEG.
    • CHAPTER XX. BUSINESS.
    • CHAPTER XXI. TREASURE.
    • CHAPTER XXII. PLEASURE.
    • CHAPTER XXIII. WORK.
    • CHAPTER XXIV. CAUGHT IN A NET.
    • CHAPTER XXV. THE MOUSE THAT GNAWED THE NET.
    • CHAPTER XXVI. THE HURRICANE.
    • CHAPTER XXVII. THE VIRGIN MARY.
    • CHAPTER XXVIII. THE ARK THAT JACK BUILT.
    • PART II.
      • CHAPTER XXIX. LAYING UP THE STRANDS.
      • CHAPTER XXX. OLD FRIENDS.
      • CHAPTER XXXI. THE COMMANDER OF THE “ROSALIE.”
      • CHAPTER XXXII. A SPLICE PARTED.
      • CHAPTER XXXIII. THE BLUE PENNANT IN THE CABIN.
      • CHAPTER XXXIV. THE DEVIL TO PAY.
      • CHAPTER XXXV. AND THE PITCH HOT.
      • CHAPTER XXXVI. THE CHASE.
      • CHAPTER XXXVII. THE WRECK OF THE “CENTIPEDE.”
      • CHAPTER XXXVIII. VULTURES AND SHARKS.
      • CHAPTER XXXIX. ESCONDIDO.
      • CHAPTER XL. PAUL DARCANTEL.
      • CHAPTER XLI. INSTINCT AND WONDER.
      • CHAPTER XLII. TRUTH AND TERROR.
      • CHAPTER XLIII. PEACE AND LOVE.
      • CHAPTER XLIV. SNUFF OUT OF A DIAMOND BOX.
      • CHAPTER XLV. LILIES AND SEA-WEED.
      • CHAPTER XLVI. PARTING.
      • CHAPTER XLVII. DEVOTION.
      • CHAPTER XLVIII. ALL ALIVE AGAIN.
      • CHAPTER XLIX. THE ROPE LAID UP.
      • CHAPTER L. ON A BED OF THORNS.
    • CHAPTER XXIX. LAYING UP THE STRANDS.
    • CHAPTER XXX. OLD FRIENDS.
    • CHAPTER XXXI. THE COMMANDER OF THE “ROSALIE.”
    • CHAPTER XXXII. A SPLICE PARTED.
    • CHAPTER XXXIII. THE BLUE PENNANT IN THE CABIN.
    • CHAPTER XXXIV. THE DEVIL TO PAY.
    • CHAPTER XXXV. AND THE PITCH HOT.
    • CHAPTER XXXVI. THE CHASE.
    • CHAPTER XXXVII. THE WRECK OF THE “CENTIPEDE.”
    • CHAPTER XXXVIII. VULTURES AND SHARKS.
    • CHAPTER XXXIX. ESCONDIDO.
    • CHAPTER XL. PAUL DARCANTEL.
    • CHAPTER XLI. INSTINCT AND WONDER.
    • CHAPTER XLII. TRUTH AND TERROR.
    • CHAPTER XLIII. PEACE AND LOVE.
    • CHAPTER XLIV. SNUFF OUT OF A DIAMOND BOX.
    • CHAPTER XLV. LILIES AND SEA-WEED.
    • CHAPTER XLVI. PARTING.
    • CHAPTER XLVII. DEVOTION.
    • CHAPTER XLVIII. ALL ALIVE AGAIN.
    • CHAPTER XLIX. THE ROPE LAID UP.
    • CHAPTER L. ON A BED OF THORNS.
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