The Nameless Island: A Story of some Modern Robinson Crusoes
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The Nameless Island: A Story of some Modern Robinson Crusoes

By Percy F. (Percy Francis) Westerman
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  • AMID THE CHEERS OF THE BAND OF BRITISHERS THE ENSIGN WAS BROKEN AT THE MASTHEAD. See page 68
  • Amid the cheers of the band of Britishers the ensign was broken at the masthead . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Frontispiece
    • Ellerton was only just in time. Another dazzling flash enabled him to see the helpless form of the crippled seaman
      • Andy, finding the bull close to his heels, gripped a rope and swung himself into a position of comparative safety
      • The chief's canoe was paddled slowly towards the shore
      • Crash! fair in the centre of the lightly built fifty-feet hull struck the sharp stem
      • "A sail! a sail!" he exclaimed breathlessly
      • A huge turtle had crawled across the beach and ... had set the alarm bell ringing
      • With fierce shouts the savages tore down the path straight for the barricade
    • Andy, finding the bull close to his heels, gripped a rope and swung himself into a position of comparative safety
    • The chief's canoe was paddled slowly towards the shore
    • Crash! fair in the centre of the lightly built fifty-feet hull struck the sharp stem
    • "A sail! a sail!" he exclaimed breathlessly
    • A huge turtle had crawled across the beach and ... had set the alarm bell ringing
    • With fierce shouts the savages tore down the path straight for the barricade
  • THE NAMELESS ISLAND
    • CHAPTER I
      • THE HURRICANE
      • ELLERTON WAS ONLY JUST IN TIME. ANOTHER DAZZLING FLASH ENABLED HIM TO SEE THE HELPLESS FORM OF THE CRIPPLED SEAMAN
    • THE HURRICANE
    • ELLERTON WAS ONLY JUST IN TIME. ANOTHER DAZZLING FLASH ENABLED HIM TO SEE THE HELPLESS FORM OF THE CRIPPLED SEAMAN
    • CHAPTER II
      • AGROUND
    • AGROUND
    • CHAPTER III
      • ABANDONED
    • ABANDONED
    • CHAPTER IV
      • THE LANDING
    • THE LANDING
    • CHAPTER V
      • THE CAMP
    • THE CAMP
    • CHAPTER VI
      • THE ANIMAL THAT WOULDN'T BE RESCUED
      • ANDY, FINDING THE BULL CLOSE TO HIS HEELS, GRIPPED A ROPE AND SWUNG HIMSELF INTO A POSITION OF COMPARATIVE SAFETY
    • THE ANIMAL THAT WOULDN'T BE RESCUED
    • ANDY, FINDING THE BULL CLOSE TO HIS HEELS, GRIPPED A ROPE AND SWUNG HIMSELF INTO A POSITION OF COMPARATIVE SAFETY
    • CHAPTER VII
      • THE EMBLEM OF EMPIRE
    • THE EMBLEM OF EMPIRE
    • CHAPTER VIII
      • "A SAIL!"
    • "A SAIL!"
    • CHAPTER IX
      • UNWELCOME VISITORS
    • UNWELCOME VISITORS
    • CHAPTER X
      • STRANGE ALLIES
    • STRANGE ALLIES
    • CHAPTER XI
      • THE FRUSTRATED SACRIFICE
    • THE FRUSTRATED SACRIFICE
    • CHAPTER XII
      • AT BAY
      • THE CHIEF'S CANOE WAS PADDLED SLOWLY TOWARDS THE SHORE
    • AT BAY
    • THE CHIEF'S CANOE WAS PADDLED SLOWLY TOWARDS THE SHORE
    • CHAPTER XIII
      • ELLERTON TO THE RESCUE
    • ELLERTON TO THE RESCUE
    • CHAPTER XIV
      • ROUTING THE SAVAGES
      • CRASH! FAIR IN THE CENTRE OF THE LIGHTLY BUILT FIFTY-FEET HULL STRUCK THE SHARP STEM
    • ROUTING THE SAVAGES
    • CRASH! FAIR IN THE CENTRE OF THE LIGHTLY BUILT FIFTY-FEET HULL STRUCK THE SHARP STEM
    • CHAPTER XV
      • A KNIFE-THRUST IN THE DARK
    • A KNIFE-THRUST IN THE DARK
    • CHAPTER XVI
      • THE GALE
    • THE GALE
    • CHAPTER XVII
      • BACK TO THE ISLAND
    • BACK TO THE ISLAND
    • CHAPTER XVIII
      • A SURPRISE FOR THE INVADERS
    • A SURPRISE FOR THE INVADERS
    • CHAPTER XIX
      • THE PRISONER'S ESCAPE
    • THE PRISONER'S ESCAPE
    • CHAPTER XX
      • THE ENEMY IS CORNERED
    • THE ENEMY IS CORNERED
    • CHAPTER XXI
      • THE BUCCANEERS' CAVE
    • THE BUCCANEERS' CAVE
    • CHAPTER XXII
      • THE TREASURE CHAMBER
    • THE TREASURE CHAMBER
    • CHAPTER XXIII
      • "A SAIL! A SAIL!"
      • "A SAIL! A SAIL!" HE EXCLAIMED BREATHLESSLY
    • "A SAIL! A SAIL!"
    • "A SAIL! A SAIL!" HE EXCLAIMED BREATHLESSLY
    • CHAPTER XXIV
      • A FALSE AND A REAL ALARM
      • A HUGE TURTLE HAD CRAWLED ACROSS THE BEACH AND HAD SET THE ALARM BELL RINGING
    • A FALSE AND A REAL ALARM
    • A HUGE TURTLE HAD CRAWLED ACROSS THE BEACH AND HAD SET THE ALARM BELL RINGING
    • CHAPTER XXV
      • THE GREAT INVASION
      • WITH FIERCE SHOUTS THE SAVAGES TORE DOWN THE PATH STRAIGHT FOR THE BARRICADE
    • THE GREAT INVASION
    • WITH FIERCE SHOUTS THE SAVAGES TORE DOWN THE PATH STRAIGHT FOR THE BARRICADE
    • CHAPTER XXVI
      • A GREAT DISASTER
    • A GREAT DISASTER
    • CHAPTER XXVII
      • THE LAST STAND
    • THE LAST STAND
    • CHAPTER XXVIII
      • THE RESCUE
    • THE RESCUE
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