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Page 10 of Adrift in the wilds, or, The adventures of two shipwrecked boys / by Edward S. Ellis.

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10 ADkIF LVdo TILE WVILDS. passing the sthrats widout being insulted- Howly mother! is it yerselves or is it your grandfathers" He had recognized them, and a hearty hand-shaking followed. Tim grinned a great deal over his mistake, and answered their questions in his dry, witty way, and assured therm that his instructions were to bring them home as soon as possible. Accordingly, they embarked on the steamer on the following Saturday; and, passing over the unimportant incidents of their voyage, we come back to our starting point, where all three were within a day's journey of their deatination.