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Re Previous attempts at lifeboats have been destroyed and violence threatened to those who would save people from the wrecks The story was interesting with plenty of ind supportive characters unpredicted situations and life affirming uestions I read the Internet Archive eBook of the original 1902 edition published by Thomas Y Crowell Co of New York It has the same pale sea blue cover as shown GoodRead s Nook edition I want to read this book. A man whom she scarcely nows This and other events effect the whole trend of her life There is a strong religious element in the story The Publishers Weekly 190.
Logy writing friend who has no money of his own He sees this way to leave Una to continue to live married in the seaside home she has always nown Una does not now much about love Her love is the sea and Una has her own secrets working on plan to build and operate a lifeboat to save those regularly overtaken by the treacherous reef Any lifeboat attempts thwart villagers who have long benefitted so much by the spoils of shipwrecks washed asho. Associated Her guardian had been away from her for years and she had been allowed to have her own way in everything The guardian returning suddenly marries her to.
Intelligent and independent minded Una is growing to be a young woman under the protection of a indly well to do family friend in his comfortable but isolated home adjacent to a coastal village Her benefactor distrusts women s ability to handle money Fearing that after his death there will be no one to protect her from financial exploitation and the possible return of her ne er do well father he attempts to marry her off to a young anthropo. Una Carteret was a strong vigorous young woman who had grown up alone on a rock bound coast of England save for the presence of certain fisher folk with whom she.
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Amelia Sophia Le Feuvre 1861 1929 was born in Blackheath London England in 1861 She grew up in a large family which employed a governess for the children's education Her father worked as a Surveyor at H M Customs Her grandfather James Mainguy was a reverend in Guernsey She dedicated her life to writing and wrote many books and stories that are filled with Biblical principles and her po