Tom Swift And His Undersea Search: Or The Treasure On The Floor Of The Atlantic (1920)

Tom Swift And His Undersea Search: Or The Treasure On The Floor Of The Atlantic (1920)

Victor Appleton

Language: English

Pages: 87

ISBN: 1530407990

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


American boys' fiction under pseudonym used by the Stratemeyer Syndicate who produced Tom Swift series, Nancy Drew mysteries, the Hardy Boys, Dave Fearless and many others.

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Ghost Ship (NUMA Files, Book 12)

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out and saw, sweeping past them, the ribs and worm−eaten timbers of some craft, lying on the bottom of the river. "Yes, that's the remains of an old brick scow," the young inventor explained. "That's one of our water−marks, so to speak. It is at the bend of the river. We turn now, and head for the bay." As he spoke they all became aware of a sudden swerve in the course of the submarine. The helmsman had, doubtless, noted the "water−mark," as Tom termed it, and as an automobilist on land might

inside." "Did they work?" asked Ned. "After a fashion, yes. But I never heard of any case where the gold and silver recovered paid for the expenses of making the bell and sending men down in it. For it takes the same sort of outfit to aid the man in the diving bell as it does the diver in his usual rubber or steel suit. Air has to be pumped to him, and he has to be lowered and raised." "Well, isn't there any way of getting at this gold on the floor of the ocean?" asked Ned, his enthusiasm a

there are millions!" cried the excitable Mr. Damon. "Hurry up and tell him!" he urged his friend. "I will," assented Mr. Hardley. "I can readily believe," he went on, "that the cost of hunting for undersea treasure is great. I have taken that into consideration. Now, in brief, my plan is this. I will join forces with you, and bear half the expense if I am allowed to share half the proceeds. That's fair, isn't it?" he asked Tom. "So far, yes," replied the young inventor. "Now then, to business!"

CHAPTER XXIII. AN UNDERSEA COLLISION..............................................................................73 CHAPTER XXIV. THE TREASURE−SHIP........................................................................................77 CHAPTER XXV. THE STEEL BOX...................................................................................................81 i Tom Swift And His Undersea Search Victor Appleton Tom Swift And His Undersea Search or The Treasure on the Floor of the Atlantic

COLLISION • XXIV THE TREASURE SHIP • XXV THE STEEL BOX This page copyright © 2000 Blackmask Online. http://www.blackmask.com CHAPTER I. UNTOLD MILLIONS "Tom, this is certainly wonderful reading! Over a hundred million dollars' worth of silver at the bottom of the ocean! More than two hundred million dollars in gold! To say nothing of fifty millions in copper, ten millions in−−" "Say, hold on there, Ned! Hold on! Where do you get that stuff; as the boys say? Has something gone wrong with one of

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