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"My name's John Kemp," I said. The other grunted. "Hurry up, Thoms." "But, Mr.
Lillywhite," Thoms reasoned, "he don't speak like a Dago. Split me if he do ! And
we ain't in a friendly country either, you know that. We can't afford to rile the
... speak too loudly on this ship. There is a man called O'Brien, who mis- 1
manages my uncle's affairs. What do I know? The/ good Tomas has been in
some villainy that is no affair oij mine. He is a good friend and a faithful
dependent of my ...
"I told your worship how foolish and wrong-hea these English are," he said
sardonically to Carlos, i then to me, "If the sefior speaks loudly again, I s kjlj/him."
He was evidently very frightened of something. Carlos, silent as an apparition at
I did not want to quarrel; I wanted more to cry. was very lonely, and he was going-
awayr Romai was going out of my life. He added musically, "You even do not
understai Thprp is sompnnp pIsp who speaks for VOU me, abcajiS 50
Thprp is sompnnp pIsp who speaks for VOU me, abcajiS — snmannp pIsp. Bnt
one day you will. I shall come back for you — one day." He looked at me and
smiled. It stirred unknown depths of emotion in me. I would have gone with him,
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