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To make sure of the force , Mr . Sebright , you know . ” “ Certainly , sir . . . . Another
hand to the brakes , bo ' sun . ” “ I have been held captive on shore , " I said . “ I
escaped this evening , three hours ago . " “ And found this ship in the fog ?
Beastly weather , aint it ? ” “ I want to come aboard , ” I shouted . “ You must be
crazy not to believe me . " “ But we do believe every single word you say , ”
bantered the Sebright voice with serenity . Suddenly another struck in , “ Nichols ,
I call ...
Oh , that ' s your game , ” Sebright ' s voice said to me . “ Frighten us , eh ? Never
you mind what this skunk says , men . Stand fast . We shall take a lot of killing . ”
He was answered by a sort of pugnacious uproar , a clash of cutlasses and ...
... was quite the best of fellows . " If you had a fancy to be called the Archbishop of
Canterbury , we ' d ' your Grace ' you . I am the mate , Sebright . The captain ' s
gone much chipped to night withe she had better we 226 ROMANCE.
I shouted after Sebright with what strength of lung I had . What luck ! Williams was
the jolly little ship ' s captain I was to have dined with on the day of execution on
Kingston Pointthe day I had been kidnaped . It seemed ages ago . I wanted to ...
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