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fates of Hughie's little band of Argonauts, will best be gathered from the following epistolary excerpts:
No. I. (N.B. Spelling corrected.)
C/O MISTRESS HOWIESON,
17 CANDLISH STREET, GREENOCK.
To H. MARRABLE, Esq.,
SIR,-I thank you for cheque, and have disposed of same. I also thank you for offer to find a job for me. But I would prefer to bide by you, as I feel I will not can get a better job than that. I would like fine to be your servant. You will be needing some one to redd up your quarters and keep your clothes sorted, now you are ashore. (Women is no' to be trusted.) Of course I woula not want a big wage : the siller from the Orinoco will do grandly for a long time. I ken fine the way to wait at table and clean silver, having been steward, as I once telled you, on the old Stornoway, where they had a cuddy full of gentry every trip.-Your servant (I am hoping), JNO. ALEX. GOBLE.
No. II.
(Extracts. No date or address, but obviously written in a public-house.)
... So you must take the money back. It is no use to me : all I should get out of it would

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