The Ebbing of the Tide
by Louis Becke
Publisher: J. B. Lippincott 1896
Number of pages: 316
South Sea Stories: Luliban of the pool; Ninia; Baldwin's Loise; At a kafa-drinking; Mrs. Liardet: a South Sea trading episode; Kennedy the boatsteerer; A dead loss; Hickson: a half-caste; A boating party of two; The best asset in a fool's estate; Deschard of Oneaka; Nell of Mulliner's camp; Auriki Reef; At the ebbing of the tide; The fallacies of Hilliard; A tale of a mask; etc.
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