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The Project Gutenberg EBook of My Adventures as a Spy, by Robert Baden-Powell

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Title: My Adventures as a Spy

Author: Robert Baden-Powell

Release Date: April 26, 2005 [EBook #15715]

Language: English

Character set encoding: ISO-8859-1

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MY ADVENTURES AS A SPY

BY

LIEUT.-GEN. SIR ROBERT BADEN-POWELL, K.C.B.

_Illustrated by the Author's Own Sketches_

LONDON

C. ARTHUR PEARSON, LTD

HENRIETTA STREET, W.C.

1915

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_OTHER WORKS BY_

Lieut.-Gen. SIR ROBERT BADEN-POWELL.

SCOUTING FOR BOYS.

A Handbook for Instruction in Good Citizenship. 7th Edition. The
Official Handbook of the Boy Scouts.

YARNS FOR BOY SCOUTS

Told round the Camp Fire. 2nd Edition.

"There is no gift book that could be put into the hands of a
schoolboy more valuable than this fascinating volume, and if
you asked the boy's opinion he would probably add, 'No book
that he liked better.'"--_Spectator_.

SCOUTING GAMES.

A splendid collection of Outdoor and Indoor Games specially compiled
for the use of Boy Scouts. 2nd Edition.

"No one who, as a schoolboy, has read a word of Fenimore
Cooper or Ballantyne, nobody who feels the fascination of
a good detective story, or who understands a little of the
pleasures of woodcraft, could fail to be attracted by these
games, or, for that matter, by the playing of the games
themselves."--_Spectator_.

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