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Excerpt from The Wreck of the Grosvenor, Vol. 2: An Account of the Mutiny of the Crew and the Loss of the Ship When Trying to Make the Bermudas
This substantial advice from the lips of the man who had been foremost in planning the mutiny produced a good effect, and the fellows who had asked for spirits were at once clamorously assailed by their mates; so that, in their temper, had the carpenter proposed to ing the rum casks overboard, most of the hands would have consented and the thing being done.
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