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THE “PILGRIM.”
On the 2nd of February, 1873, the 'Pilgrim,' a tight little craft of 400 tons burden, lay in lat. 43° 57', S. and long. 165° 19', W. She was a schooner, the property of James W. Weldon, a wealthy Californian ship-owner who had fitted her out at San Francisco, expressly for the whale-fisheries in the southern seas.

  • Dick Sands the Boy Captain
  • Jules Verne
  • Redactor’s Note
  • Part 1
  • Chapter 1 THE “PILGRIM.”
  • Chapter 2 THE APPRENTICE.
  • Chapter 3 A RESCUE.
  • Chapter 4 THE SURVIVORS OF THE “WALDECK.”
  • Chapter 5 DINGO’S SAGACITY.
  • Chapter 6 A WHALE IN SIGHT.
  • Chapter 7 PREPARATIONS FOR AN ATTACK.
  • Chapter 8 A CATASTROPHE.
  • Chapter 9 DICK’S PROMOTION.
  • Chapter 10 THE NEW CREW.
  • Chapter 11 ROUGH WEATHER.
  • Chapter 12 HOPE REVIVED.
  • Chapter 13 LAND AT LAST.
  • Chapter 14 ASHORE.
  • Chapter 15 A STRANGER.
  • Chapter 16 THROUGH THE FOREST.
  • Chapter 17 MISGIVINGS.
  • Chapter 18 A TERRIBLE DISCOVERY.
  • Part 2
  • Chapter 1 THE DARK CONTINENT.
  • Chapter 2 ACCOMPLICES.
  • Chapter 3 THE MARCH AGAIN.
  • Chapter 4 ROUGH TRAVELING.
  • Chapter 5 WHITE ANTS.
  • Chapter 6 A DIVING-BELL.
  • Chapter 7 A SLAVE CARAVAN.
  • Chapter 8 NOTES BY THE WAY.
  • Chapter 9 KAZONNDÉ.
  • Chapter 10 MARKET-DAY.
  • Chapter 11 A BOWL OF PUNCH.
  • Chapter 12 ROYAL OBSEQUIES.
  • Chapter 13 IN CAPTIVITY.
  • Chapter 14 A RAY OF HOPE.
  • Chapter 15 AN EXCITING CHASE.
  • Chapter 16 A MAGICIAN.
  • Chapter 17 DRIFTING DOWN THE STREAM.
  • Chapter 18 AN ANXIOUS VOYAGE.
  • Chapter 19 AN ATTACK.
  • Chapter 20 A HAPPY REUNION.
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