The Child of the Wreck; or, the Loss of the Royal George
- By W. H. G. Kingston
A relatively short work. The actual loss of the Royal George occurs in a few paragraphs in chapter four, but the whole of the rest of the book concerns a small child who had been brought on board the vessel by a lady presumed to be his aunt. The child survives the accident, but the lady he was with was drowned. The child was rescued, and was brought up by a crew-member, having a good career in the Royal Navy. In the last chapter his true parentage is discovered, and all is made well.
Author: W. H. G. Kingston
Title: The Child of the Wreck; or, the Loss of the Royal George
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