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A few minutes later, a boat was seen to push off from the sloop and make for the lightship.
Was there any other Jones in the town who owned a small sloop and dealt largely in cured fish?
Thus dismissed, Jim descended the side and was quickly on board the sloop Nora to which he belonged.
Meanwhile Billy Towler, left in sole possession of the sloop, felt himself in a most unenviable state of mind.
The lookout on the Liberty saw two boats, crowded with men, gliding swiftly toward the sloop.
Not far away from the sloop could be seen plainly that tiny chop-sea which is caused by the breaking of a school of mackerel.
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It is likely that there were a few sailors among them, and no doubt their captain knew how to handle a sloop.
When Captain Moore saw the sloop coming with its deck crowded with men he must have wondered what all this meant.
One of the swivel guns was fired, and then came a whole broadside, sending its balls hurtling over the crowded deck of the sloop.
The Margaretta, with no hand at her helm, broached to, and in a minute more the sloop came crashing against her.

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