GODFREY MORGAN.CHAPTER I.in which the reader has the opportunitv op buying an island in the pacific ocean. 10, Sacramento Street.The crowd consisted not only of a goodly number of Americans from the States of Utah, Oregon, and California, but also of a few Frenchmen, who form quite a sixth of the population.Table of Contents CONTENTS; CHAPTER I; TAUE; In which the reader has the opportunity of buying an Island in the Pacific Ocean1; CHAPTER II; How William W Kolderup, of San Francisco, was at loggerheads with J R Taskinar, of Stockton11; CHAPTER III; The conversation... An island to sell, for cash, to the highest bidder! said Dean Felporg, the auctioneer, standing behind his rostrum in the room where the conditions of the singular sale were being noisily discussed. repeated in shrill tones again and again Gingrass, the crier, who was threading his way in and out of the excited crowd closely packed inside the largest saloon in the auction mart at No. Island for sale 1 island for sale!