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The blue bales and the white , and the great red oil jars loomed in the dim light
filtering through the jalousies out of the blinding sunlight of Jamaica . ) A moment
after , the door opened once more and a young man came out to me ; tall , slim ...
They go to Liverpool for a passage to Jamaica , and see what comes of it ! It
seems that on Liverpool docks , in the owl - light , they fell in with an elderly
hunks just returned from West Indies , who asks the time at the door of a shipping
... who traveled with a bag of them at his saddle - bow , ready to pay his men their
seven shillings a head for the run . Ralph remembered , too - or I remembered for
him — that he had estates and an agent in Jamaica , and he turned into the big ...
He certainly had that man's watch — the man we met by evil chance at Liverpool ,
a man who came from Jamaica . He had bought it - of a bad man , perhaps , I do
not ask . It was Castro your police wished to take . But I , bon Dieu , do you think ...
I asked him one day , " But why do you go to Jamaica at all if you are bound for
Cuba ? " . He looked at me , smiling a little mournfully . PART FIRST 29.
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