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Uncle's Salvage. A True Story.

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Genre Prose: Short Fiction i
Subjects Law; Lawyers; Justice; Courts; Trials
Money; Finance; Banking; Investments; Taxation; Insurance; Debt; Inheritance and Succession
Ships; Boats; Shipwrecks; Salvage; Merchant Marine; Sailors; Sailing; Submarines (Ships)
Other Details
Printed : 20/10/1860
Journal : All the Year Round
Volume : Volume IV
Magazine : No. 78
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Reprintings: reproduced in New Zealand in abridged form as 'Who Drank the Claret?' in The Bruce Herald, XVIII, Issue 1863 (10 June 1887), p. 5, no acknowledgement, and in the Mataura Ensign, Vol. 10, Issue 682 (1 July 1887), p. 2, also no acknowledgement.

Also mentioned in 'LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS' in the Wellington Independent, Volume XXII, Issue 2568, 7 September 1867, p. 4:

'Masterton Literary Institute.—On Monday evening the Rev. Mr Ronaldson, in the Masterton Institute, read selections from various authors, commencing with a chapter from Dr. Smith's English History. "England's Workshops", "Gray's Inn", "Pianoforte Manufactory", "Uncle Salvage" from 'All the Year Round'. "Memoir of Mr Parkin Peacock", from the 'Guardian'; extracts from "What Men have said about Women". Mr Walton then read "The Inconstant", "Old Humphreys on Birthdays", and "The Man with a Little Wig", after which the meeting separated'.

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-          reprinted in abridged form as ‘Who Drank the Claret?’ in the Bruce Herald, XVIII, Issue 1863 (10 June 1887), p. 5, no acknowledgement.

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