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"Six hundred thousand people cheered Napoleon when he entered Paris....There is the Devil to pay and no tar hot." (Chapter 1, p. 11)

"'...a very important point is that eventually one or another of these ships might protect or even carry the treasure.'" (Chapter 1, p. 19)

"'...it was suggested that with your knowledge of these parts and of the ...Turkish officials governing them...that you might bring pressure to bear...[to] cause this conspiracy to fail.'" (Chapter 1, p. 23)

"'But above all, keep your people hard at it...yet do not blackguard them. Praise if ever you can; you will find it answer wonderfully.'" (Chapter 2, p. 38)

"'You are speaking of women, brother? You who have always abominated so much as the smell of a skirt aboard a ship. The invariable cause of trouble, quarrelling, ill-luck. Wholly out of place in any ship, above a man-of-war. I have...

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