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The Famous Pirate Adventure by Robert Louis Stevenson.

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TREASURE ISLAND
therefore of my fatal knowledge? It was all over, I thought. Good-by to the Hispaniola; good-by to the squire, the doctor, the captain! There was nothing left for me but death by star­vation or death by the hands of the mutineers.
All this while, as I say, I was still running, and, without taking any notice, I had drawn near to the foot of the little hill with the two peaks, and had got into a part of the island where the live-oaks grew more widely ap^rt and seemed more like forest trees in their bearing and dimensions. Mingled with these were a few scattered pines, some fifty, some nearer seventy, feet high. The air, too, smelled more freshly than down beside the marsh.
And here a fresh alarm brought me to a standstill with a thumping heart.
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