Finally available, a high quality book of the original classic edition of Captains All. This is a new and freshly published edition of this culturally important work by W.W. Jacobs, which is now, at last, again available to you. Enjoy this classic work today. These selected paragraphs distill the contents and give you a quick look inside Captains All: He tried the same game next night, but the other two wouldnt ave it, and they stayed in so long that at last e lost is temper, and, arter wondering wot Gingers father and mother could ha been a-thinking about, and saying that he believed Peter Russet ad been changed at birth for a sea-sick monkey, he put on is cap and went out. ...They went on like that all the evening, and every time the shop-bell went and the widow ad to go out to serve a customer they said in wispers wot they thought of each other; and once when she came back rather sudden Ginger ad to explain to er that e was showing Peter Russet a scratch on his knuckle....Cook, who ad pretty near finished, gave im her own cup to drink out of, and said that she ad dreamt of im the night afore last, and old Cook said that he ad got so good-looking e shouldnt ave known him....Cook went off to bed afore eight oclock, for fear she should say something to im as shed be sorry for arterwards; and for three nights Charlie made imself so disagreeable that Emma told im plain the sooner e went back to sea agin the better she should like it. ...George didnt get a wink o sleep all night for thinking of the money he ad spent, and next day when he went round he ad almost made up is mind to tell Bob that if e liked to pay up the money he could ave Gerty back; but she looked so pretty, and praised im up so much for is generosity, that he began to think better of it.