Through Jungle and Wilderness Or Captured by Outlaws

By: Jayne, Lieut. R. H.

Price: $14.72

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Lieutenant R. H. Jayne is the non de plume of Edward S. Ellis, who wrote a great number of books under different names (Wikipedia). This book involves six people - four sailors, the captain, a young boy, and the boy's uncle - all on the schooner Mary Ann. The schooner was attacked by a whale while in the Pacific off the shore of Mexico; the whale tore the ship to pieces and all ended up alive, in the water. Not terribly far from shore and all good swimmers, they fought their way with a life boat. The whale seemed intent on injuring them and came up under the boat, lifted them out of the water and smashed it with his huge tail. Two sailors didn't survive but the rest worked their way to shore. Once on the coast, they had to fight their way through the jungle and at one point were accosted by thieves. In the wilderness they came upon lions and were treed. They explored the island it turned up that they were on, and had many adventures but because the boy was a boy scout he knew what to do when separated from his father and uncle. Green cloth with bold black lettering plus a moon and shadow of a man with a rifle. There is a decoration on the spine along with the lettering in white, but most of the white gone. Spine ends show wear, as do the corners and vertical edges. 7 3/4" tall, 289 pages. Pages tanned, and a gift note on the front free end paper. ; The Camp Fire Series; 8vo 7 3/4" - 9" tall; 289 pages

Title: Through Jungle and Wilderness Or Captured by Outlaws

Author: Jayne, Lieut. R. H.

Categories: chapter Book, Adventure,

Edition: Reprint

Publisher: Chicago, Thompson & Thomas: 1902

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good

Seller ID: 004478

Keywords: Jungle Adventure Wilderness WHALES Schooner Robbery Danger Tropical FOREST Haunted ISLAND,