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Title: A Dream of the North Sea

Author: James Runciman

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A DREAM OF THE NORTH SEA

by

JAMES RUNCIMAN

Author of _Past and Present_, _Among the North Sea Trawlers_,
_Skippers and Shellbacks_, etc.

London:
James Nisbet and Co.,
21, Berners Street, W.

1889







DEDICATION

To the Queen.


MADAM,

This book is dedicated to Your Majesty with the respectful admiration of
one who is proud to have been associated with an effort to make the
world more hopeful and beautiful for men who not long ago knew little
hope and felt no beauty.

In the wild weather, when the struggle for life never slackens from hour
to hour on the trawling grounds, the great work of the Mission to Deep
Sea Fishermen, like some mighty Pharos, sheds light on the troubled
darkness, and brave men, in hundreds, are thankful for its wise care and
steady helpfulness.

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