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#1 - Chapter 1: Flight

Dark Frigate

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Download Chapter 6: The Rose of Devon audio
Download Chapter 7: The Ship's Liar audio
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Download Chapter 11: Head Winds and a Rough Sea audio
Download Chapter 12: The Porcupine Ketch audio
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Download Chapter 14: A Wonderful Excellent Cook audio
Download Chapter 15: A Lonesome Little Town audio
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Download Chapter 19: A Man Seen Before audio
Download Chapter 20: A Prize for the Taking audio
Download Chapter 21: Ill Words Come True audio
Download Chapter 22: Back to the Inn audio
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Download Chapter 24: And Again the Rose of Devon audio

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The frigate Rose of Devon rescues from a wreck in mid-ocean twelve men who show their gratitude by seizing the Rose, killing her captain and sailing toward the Caribbean where they hope to plunder Spanish towns and galleons. Mistaking an English man-of-war for a merchantman, they are captured and brought back to England for trial. Only one, an English lad, Philip Marsham, a member of the original crew of the Rose, is acquitted; and he, after adventures in the forces of King Charles, tires of Cromwell's England and sails for Barbados once more on the Rose of Devon.

The Dark Frigate has long been a favorite story for boys and in 1924 was awarded the John Newbery Medal, given annually "for the most distinguished contribution to American literature for children."

When The Dark Frigate was first published F. F. Van deWater in The New York Tribune said: "No one, we think, has written so perfect a pirate tale since Treasure Island." (from the dustjacket of the first edition)

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