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Captain Hanes built her last summer.  I wonder that he leaves her out in the weather. – That puts me in mind of one of the reasons I had for coming out here today.  You know the Argonaut was stove in last night in the fog.  Braynard says she lies out on the bar with two feet of water in her hold;  we'll pull around the point and take a look [[strikethrough]] had [[/strikethrough]] at her before landing."

By this time we had passed the dory and were nearing the old fisher, who sat upon the pier watching his boys two in a large piece of drift-wood.  He returned our salute by rising slowing and gazing westward.  When we were almost out of hearing he called after us "Dont get too far out in that craft, young fellows!  Will have a squall before sunset."  "Ay, ay, skipper," cried Burton, and added, "I think it has been brewing for our especial benefit ever since he caught sight of us up stream."  "The wind has 
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