London and Glasgow 1934 95 Andy-All-Alone Blackie and Son Ltd. By Luck and Pluck - Blackie 1946 142. My father and I were returning homewards from the great fair at Petersfield. Resistance was hopeless, but the pirate appeared anxious to take usalive, and, partially stunned by a blow from a handspike, I was throwninto one of the boats and taken on board our captor, where, togetherwith five survivors, I was placed under guard on her quarterdeck. Bertoglio 155 Sabarinda Island Blackie and Son Ltd.
He, miserable cur thathe was, assented with alacrity, and was sent for'ard to join therascally crew. The Black Hawk - Blackie 1934 97. London and Glasgow 1940 E. I began researching the life and works of Percy F. London and Glasgow 1946 Leslie A. London and Glasgow 1936 106 Ringed by Fire Blackie and Son Ltd.
Davantry's Quest - Blackie 1955 171. London and Glasgow 1940 Leo Bates 120 Eagles' Talons Blackie and Son Ltd. Readers of all ages will enjoy this tale of an intrepid young man who proves his mettle in a series of dangerous situations. The Last of the Buccaneers - Blackie 1937 110. London and Glasgow 1928 Reissued as Norman goes to Sea, 1934 74 On the Wings of the Wind Blackie and Son Ltd. Forrest 148 The Phantom Submarine Blackie and Son Ltd. London and Glasgow 1917 28 To the Fore with the Tanks! A word from the old woman caused the animal to jump towards her, and,climbing on her shoulders, it mewed and purred with a fearsome delight.
As we approached, the crowd, too intent to notice our coming, had seizedthe beam and were swinging it over the pond with the object of immersingthe occupant of the ducking stool. In Dangerous Waters - Blackie 1940 121. Boye Uden 125 War Cargo Blackie and Son Ltd. The Submarine Hunters - Blackie 1918 35. London 1914 19 The Dispatch-Riders Blackie and Son Ltd. London and Glasgow 1926 67 The Riddle of the Air Blackie and Son Ltd.
London and Glasgow 1953 R. I'll have a little way of my own that will make you wishthat his end at the hands of the hangman were yours. London and Glasgow 1937 113 Midshipman Webb's Treasure Blackie and Son Ltd. Gale 159 Held to Ransom Blackie and Son Ltd. Midshipman Raxworthy - Blackie 1936 105.
The Westerman Yarns aims to promote and encourage interest in the lives and works of both Percy F. And it was during the 1930s that he was voted the most popular author of stories for boys. Some of this work has been published in the monograph booklet Tales of Pluck and Daring, The Life and Works of Percy F. Edward Wigfull 117 In Eastern Seas Blackie and Son Ltd. London and Glasgow 1915 20 The Nameless Island A story of some modern Robinson Crusoes C. I wasstill dizzy from the effects of the blow I had received, and thisprobably accounted for the complete indifference that I felt with regardto my fate.
I could hear the sound of thebrushwood being replaced and the rough farewell greetings of thesmugglers, and, by the jolting of the cart and the muffled noise of thewheels, I knew that the route lay across a grassy down. London and Glasgow 1919 38 Winning his Wings A story of the R. He married Florence Wager, of Portsmouth, in 1900 and as they were very keen sailors they spent part of their honeymoon sailing in the Solent. The fifthwas the blackamoor who had been a galley slave. At the age of 70 he was reluctantly forced by a fall to leave his houseboat for dry land, but he continued writing apace. The Mystery of the Sempione - Blackie 1957 175. The cold east wind, for it was but the beginning of March, in the year of grace 1660, whistled through the clump of gaunt pine trees that marked the summit of the hill, and, despite the fact that each of us wore a thick doublet, the chilly blast cut us like a knife.
London and Glasgow 1940 122 Standish Pulls it Off Blackie and Son Ltd. London and Glasgow 1948 Ellis Silas 151 The Mystery of the Key Blackie and Son Ltd. Leslie Dexter, Cadet - Blackie 1930 81. Contraband - Blackie 1949 152. London and Glasgow 1945 S. . For quite half an hour the cart jolted over the sward, then the wheelsstruck the hard surface of a road, and the pace became quicker but moreeven.
London 1918 32 A Lively Bit of the Front Blackie and Son Ltd. On the Wings of the Wind - Blackie 1928 75. At Butser we reined our horses while I pointed out the scene of myencounter with the three Dorset smugglers. He continued writing to the end, when at the age of 70 he had been obliged, reluctantly, due to a fall to leave his houseboat for dry land. His books sold over one and a half million copies in his lifetime total sales at his death were 1,599,000.
Percy Francis , 1876-1959: , illust. Tales of the Sea - Blackie 1933 94. Boye Uden 119 At Grips with the Swastika Blackie and Son Ltd. The Third Officer - Blackie 1921 47. London and Glasgow 1931 85 The Amir's Ruby Blackie and Son Ltd.