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Mon Apr 03 04:38:16 2017 1 The Project Gutenberg EBook of The Three Lieutenants, by W.H.G.
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Kingston Illustrator: Archibald Webb Release Date: May 8, 2007 [EBook #21396] Language: English Character set encoding: ASCII *** START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK THE THREE LIEUTENANTS *** Produced by Nick Hodson of London, England The Three Lieutenants, Life in the Royal Navy in the 1860s, by W.H.G. Kingston. ________________________________________________________________________ This is the second in Kingston’s tetralogy that begins with The Three Midshipmen, and ends with The Three Admirals.
These books were among the first written by Kingston, and were published serially in weekly magazines.
Kingston’s reputation was made by these books, that first appeared about 1860, and dealt with an officer’s life in the Navy at about that time. By an extraordinary co-incidence, the three young men who had met as midshipmen, get postings that enable them to keep their friendships live when they are lieutenants.
Another old friend is Admiral Triton, who, though retired, takes a great an interest in the careers of the young men. This is actually quite a long book, but it is full of adventures, and you will love it. ________________________________________________________________________ THE THREE LIEUTENANTS, LIFE IN THE ROYAL NAVY IN THE 1860s, BY W.H.G. KINGSTON. CHAPTER ONE. LIEUTENANT JACK ROGERS AT HOME--HIS BROTHER TOM RESOLVES TO FOLLOW IN HIS WAKE--HIS OLD SHIPMATES DISCUSSED--LETTER FROM TERENCE ADAIR DESCRIPTIVE OF HIS FAMILY--ADMIRAL TRITON PLEADS TOM’S CAUSE--THE ADMIRAL’S ADVICE TO TOM--LEAVING HOME. -Really, Jack, that uniform is excessively becoming.
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