Captain Jorgan had to look high to look at it, for the village was built sheer up the face of a steep and lofty cliff. There was no road in it, there was no wheeled vehicle in it, there was not a level yard in it. From the sea-beach to the cliff-top two irregular rows of white houses, placed opposite to one another, and twisting here and there, and there and here, rose, like the sides of a long succession of stages of crooked ladders, and you climbed up the village or climbed down the village by the staves between, some six feet wide or so, and made of sharp irregular stones.

CHAPTER I— THE VILLAGE2015-04-11
And a mighty singlar and pretty place it is, as ever I saw in all the days of my life! said Captain Jorgan, looking up at it. Captain Jorgan had to look high to look at it, for the village was built sheer up the face of a steep and lofty cliff. There was no road in it, there was
CHAPTER II— THE MONEY2015-04-10
The stairs are very narrow, sir, said Alfred Raybrock to Captain Jorgan. Like my cabin-stairs, returned the captain, on many a voyage. And they are rather inconvenient for the head. If my head cant take care of itself by this time, a
CHAPTER III2015-04-10
Dickens didnt write chapters three and four and they are omitted in this edition. The story continues with Captain Jorgan and Alfred at Lanrean.
CHAPTER IV2015-04-09
Dickens didnt write chapters three and four and they are omitted in this edition. The story continues with Captain Jorgan and Alfred at Lanrean.
CHAPTER V— THE RESTITUTION2015-04-09
Captain Jorgan, up and out betimes, had put the whole village of Lanrean under an amicable cross-examination, and was returning to the King Arthurs Arms to breakfast, none the wiser for his trouble, when he beheld the young fisherman advancing to meet him, accompanied by a stranger. A glance

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