The Nautical Magazine, 1. köide

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Page 403 - Each of us thought the other weaker in intellect than himself, and more in need of advice and assistance.
Page 401 - Had my own life alone been threatened, I would not have purchased it by such a measure ; but I considered myself as intrusted also with the protection of Hepburn's, a man, who, by his humane attentions and devotedness, had so endeared himself to me, that I felt more anxiety for his safety than for my own.
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