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Deep Down; a Tale of the Cornish Mines
Chapter 9. Treats Of Difficulties To Be Overcome
R.M.Ballantyne
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       _ CHAPTER NINE. TREATS OF DIFFICULTIES TO BE OVERCOME
       One afternoon a council--we may appropriately say of war--was held in St. Just. The scene of the council was the shop of Maggot, the blacksmith, and the members of it were a number of miners, the president being the worthy smith himself, who, with a sledge-hammer under his arm in the position of a short crutch, occupied the chair, if we may be allowed so to ......

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Chapter 1. Begins The Story With A Peculiar Meeting
Chapter 2. Shows What Astonishing Results...
Chapter 3. Introduces A Few More Characters And Homely Incidents
Chapter 4. At Work Under The Sea
Chapter 5. Describes A Wreck And Some Of Its Consequences
Chapter 6. Treats Of The Miner's Cottage, Work, And Costume
Chapter 7. Tells Of The Great Mine...
Chapter 8. Down, Down, Down
Chapter 9. Treats Of Difficulties To Be Overcome
Chapter 10. Shows How Maggot Made A Desperate Venture...
Chapter 11. Shows That Music Hath Charms...
Chapter 12. In Which Oliver Gets "A Fall"...
Chapter 13. Treats Of Spirits...
Chapter 14. Continues To Treat Of Spirits...
Chapter 15. Introduces A Stranger...
Chapter 16. Describes "Holing To A House Of Water"...
Chapter 17. Touches On The Causes Of Accidents...
Chapter 18. Tells Of King Arthur...
Chapter 19. Small Talk And Some Account Of Cornish Fairies
Chapter 20. The Mine In The Sea
Chapter 21. Treats Of Tin-Smelting And Other Matters
Chapter 22. Shows How Oliver And His Friend Went To Newlyn...
Chapter 23. In Which Is Recorded A Visit To An Infant-School...
Chapter 24. Exhibits The Managing Director...
Chapter 25. Shows The Miner In His Sunday Garb...
Chapter 26. Tells Of A Discovery And A Disaster
Chapter 27. Indicates That "We Little Know What Great Things...
Chapter 28. Describes Setting-Day At The Mine, Etcetera
Chapter 29. Details, Among Other Things, A Deed Of Heroism
Chapter 30. Reveals Some Astonishing Facts And Their Consequences
Chapter 31. Describes A Marred Plot...
Chapter 32. Touches On Love And On Pilchard Fishing
Chapter 33. The Last