Peter the Whaler
by W.H.G. Kingston
Publisher: J. W. Lovell company 1883
Number of pages: 399
Peter's father is a country vicar in Ireland, and Peter is a naughty teenager, who has got in with friends who encourage poaching, at that time a most serious offence. His father confiscates the gun, but one night Peter recovers the gun and has another coaching expedition, during which he is caught by the gamekeepers.
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