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The Blockade Runners 7 editions

Cover of: The Blockade Runners | Jules Verne
About the Book

The Clyde was the first river whose waters were lashed into foam by a steam-boat. It was in 1812 when the steamer called the Comet ran between Glasgow and Greenock, at the speed of six miles an hour. Since that time more than a million of steamers or packet-boats have plied this Scotch river, and the inhabitants of Glasgow must be as familiar as any people with the wonders of steam navigation.

7 editions First published in 1876

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The Blockade Runners
February 8, 2007, Book Jungle
Paperback in English
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The Blockade Runners
November 30, 2005, Dodo Press
Paperback in English
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The Blockade Runners
August 17, 2005, Wildside Press
Paperback in English
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The Blockade Runners
2005, eBooksLib
E-book in English
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The Blockade Runners
June 30, 2004, Kessinger Publishing
Paperback in English
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The Blockade Runners
September 2002, Fredonia Books (NL)
Paperback in English
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The blockade runners
1876, Sampson, Low
in English - Author's illustrated ed.

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