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This was addressed, in a very bad hand, to A. McLeish, Callao, Peru, but they could not make out the date of the postmark.
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After a good deal of travel they reached Callao, and there they made inquiries for A. McLeish, but nobody knew of him.
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In the first place, they tried in San Francisco to find out something about McLeish, but no one knew of such a man.
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Of course, we must always remember," said Shirley, in finishing up his story, "that if we can find the heirs of McLeish, the money belongs to them.
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I may as well tell you at once, Mrs. McLeish, that your son is dead.
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He did not state-for he was not acquainted with all the facts-that Shirley and Burke, when they were in San Francisco hunting up the heirs of the Castor's crew, had come upon traces of the A. McLeish whose body they had found in the desert, lying flat on its back, with a bag of gold clasped to its breast-that they had discovered, by means of the agent through whom McLeish had been in the habit of forwarding money to his mother, the address of the old woman, and, without saying anything to Captain Horn, they had determined to do something for her.
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Mrs. McLeish stood up as straight as she could, and glanced from the traveller to the two men who had put her out of her home.
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Number 518), which was sold to McLeish and Sons and then to E. S. de Beer, Esq., before the unmistakable signature of the dramatist was noted.
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Examples of Mcleish

Example #1
In the pocket of the shirt, however, were about a dozen matches, wrapped up in an old envelope.
Example #2
They dragged the body out of its burrow in the sand, and examined the pockets, but there was nothing in the trousers but an old knife.
Example #3
Of course, he was a sailor who had had a letter sent there.
Example #4
When they got to the village, they found scarcely a man in the place, for the fellows who had deserted them were frightened, and kept out of sight.
Example #5
They then began to consider some persons they did know about.
Example #6
They had calculated, judging by the pieces they had sold, that the gold they had with them was worth about twelve thousand dollars, and they both thought they ought to do the right thing about it.