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Atlantic and transatlantic

sketches afloat and ashore. By Captain Mackinnon.
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ISBN 101425533167
ISBN 139781425533168
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Atlantic and transatlantic: sketches afloat and ashore by Mackinnon, L. (Lauchlan Bellingham), Publication date Topics Voyages and travels Book from the collections of University of California Language English.

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