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used in Treasure Island

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  • They ran, the reader may remember, thus: Tall tree, Spy-glass shoulder, bearing a point to the N. of N.N.E. Skeleton Island E.S.E. and by E. Ten feet.
    Chapter 31 — The Treasure-hunt—Flint's Pointer (48% in)
  • As he was thus speaking, he had risen from bed with great difficulty, holding to my shoulder with a grip that almost made me cry out, and moving his legs like so much dead weight.
    Chapter 3 — The Black Spot (25% in)
  • There was a slight bend in the coast, and I steered so as to put it between us; even before we landed we had thus lost sight of the gigs.
    Chapter 16 — Narrative Continued by the Doctor: How the Ship.... (21% in)
  • I pulled in hand over hand on the cord, and when I judged myself near enough, rose at infinite risk to about half my height and thus commanded the roof and a slice of the interior of the cabin.
    Chapter 23 — The Ebb-tide Runs (61% in)
  • While I was thus looking and wondering, in a calm moment, when the ship was still, Israel Hands turned partly round and with a low moan writhed himself back to the position in which I had seen him first.
    Chapter 25 — I Strike the Jolly Roger (28% in)
  • While I was thus turning the business over in my mind, I had not been idle with my body.
    Chapter 26 — Israel Hands (31% in)
  • Well, while things stood thus, suddenly the HISPANIOLA struck, staggered, ground for an instant in the sand, and then, swift as a blow, canted over to the port side till the deck stood at an angle of forty-five degrees and about a puncheon of water splashed into the scupper holes and lay, in a pool, between the deck and bulwark.
    Chapter 26 — Israel Hands (78% in)
  • It was she whom I had heard pecking at a piece of bark; it was she, keeping better watch than any human being, who thus announced my arrival with her wearisome refrain.
    Chapter 27 — "Pieces of Eight" (95% in)
  • "Bring a torch, Dick," said Silver when my capture was thus assured.
    Chapter 27 — "Pieces of Eight" (99% in)
  • Thus encouraged, the buccaneer stepped forth more briskly, and having passed something to Silver, from hand to hand, slipped yet more smartly back again to his companions.
    Chapter 29 — The Black Spot Again (16% in)
  • Thus he kept running on, with his mouth full of the hot bacon; thus he restored their hope and confidence, and, I more than suspect, repaired his own at the same time.
    Chapter 31 — The Treasure-hunt—Flint's Pointer (16% in)
  • Thus he kept running on, with his mouth full of the hot bacon; thus he restored their hope and confidence, and, I more than suspect, repaired his own at the same time.
    Chapter 31 — The Treasure-hunt—Flint's Pointer (17% in)
  • Well, thus equipped, we all set out—even the fellow with the broken head, who should certainly have kept in shadow—and straggled, one after another, to the beach, where the two gigs awaited us.
    Chapter 31 — The Treasure-hunt—Flint's Pointer (42% in)
  • A tall tree was thus the principal mark.
    Chapter 31 — The Treasure-hunt—Flint's Pointer (49% in)
  • We had thus proceeded for about half a mile and were approaching the brow of the plateau when the man upon the farthest left began to cry aloud, as if in terror.
    Chapter 31 — The Treasure-hunt—Flint's Pointer (67% in)

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