John Paul Jones: Man of Action

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CONTENTS
CHAPTER PAGE
FOREWORDv
1. A BOLD CAPTAIN BOARDS A SAUCY SHIP3
2. A CANVAS AND A FIGURE12
3. A LITTLE BARK IS LAUNCHED16
4. A WHIP AND A SWORD27
5. TWENTY MONTHS OF DARKNESS32
6. WHO WAS THE SAILOR'S SWEETHEART?44
7. THE MAN WHO PUT JONES IN THE NAVY48
8. THE FIRST CRUISE57
9. THE FIRST INDEPENDENT COMMAND63
10. TRIUMPHS AND TREACHERIES68
11. CHILLS AND FEVER76
12. OVERSEAS IN THE RANGER81
13. IN FRANCE85
14. PLANS FOR THE GRAND CRUISE92
15. RAIDS BY SEA AND LAND95
16. SPIES AND COUNTER SPIES103
17. A STRANGE LETTER TO THE COUNTESS OF SELKIRK110
18. THE NEW SHIP116
19. PREPARATIONS AND PLAGUES137
20. MORE TREACHERY144
21. THE BATTLE IN THE MOONLIGHT148
22. AFTERMATHS159
23. THE WARRIOR'S REWARD171
24. FURTHER INTRIGUES184
25. FAREWELL TO FRANCE189
26. THE TENTH RENUNCIATION200
27. THE EVILS OF PEACE208
28. THE COLLECTION AGENT213
29. THE CALL FROM THE EAST223
30. UNHOLY RUSSIA231

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