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Anthea added a special apology of her own. I m sorry if I was a pig, Pussy dear, she said especially because in my really and truly inside mind I ve been feeling a little as if I d rather not go into the Past again either. But then, do think. If we don t go we shan t get the Amulet, and oh, Pussy, think if we could only get Father and Mother and The Lamb safe back We MUST go, but we ll wait a day or two if you like and then perhaps you ll feel braver. Raw meat makes you brave, however cowardly you are, said Robert, to show that there was now no ill feeling, and cranberries that s what Tartars eat, and they re so brave it s simply awful. I suppose cranberries are only for Christmas time, but I ll ask old Nurse to let you have your chop very raw if you like. I think I could be brave without that, said Jane hastily she hated underdone meat. I ll try. At this moment the door of the learned gentleman s room opened, and he looked out. Excuse me, he said, in that gentle, polite weary voice of his, but was I mistaken in thinking that I caught a familiar word just now Were you not singing some old ballad of Babylon No, said Robert, at least Jane was singing How many miles, but I shouldn t have thought you could have heard the words for He would have said, for the sniffing, but Anthea pinched him just in time. I did not hear ALL the words, said the learned gentleman. I wonder would you recite them to me So they all said together How many miles to Babylon Three score and ten Can I get there by candle light Yes, and back again I wish one could, the learned gentleman said with a sigh. C.CHAPTER IV FIRST AND SECOND CUTTERS TO THE RESCUE It was still but a dim light when the commander appeared on deck. He could not have slept more than an hour, but he was as wideawake and active as ever before in his life. He had a spyglass in his hand, with which he proceeded to examine the wreck as soon as he had obtained its bearings for he never did anything, even under such desperate circumstances as the present, until he had first ascertained what was best to be done. How long is it since you made out the wreck, Mr. Boulong he inquired, still looking through the glass. Mr. Scott reported cries from that direction not ten minutes ago, and the lookout aloft hailed the deck a minute or two later, replied the first officer. Make the course north by east, face mask n disposable respirator added the captain. North by east, sir, replied Mr. Boulong, mounting the promenade, and giving the order to the quartermaster through face mask n disposable respirator the window. Steer small till you get the course, Bangs. The captain and the third officer remained on the promenade deck, still observing the persons on the wreck, who continued to shout and to discharge their firearms till they saw the head of the steamer slowly turned to the north, when they appeared to be satisfied that relief was at hand. They are in a very dangerous position, said the commander. I cannot make out what they are clinging too but it is washed by the sea at every wave, and they cannot hold out long in that situation. I wonder that all of them have not been knocked off before this time. They must have some strong hold on the thing that floats them, whatever it is, for they are under water half the time, replied Scott, who was also using a spyglass. I can t make out what they are on but it looks like a whaleback to me, with her upper works carried away. There are no whalebacks in these seas, replied the captain. But I saw one in New York Harbor and I have read that one has crossed the Atlantic, going through the Welland Canal from the great lakes. They have no mission in these waters, though what floats that party looks very much like one. Call all hands, Mr. Boulong, and clear away the first cutter. By this time the Guardian Mother was on her course to the northward. The storm was severe, but not as savage as it might have been, or as the steamer had encountered on the Atlantic when she saved the sailing yacht Blanche from foundering. The ship had been kept on her course for Bombay, though, as she had the gale on the beam, she was condemned to wallow in the trough of the sea and stiff and able as s.
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But we pressed on undaunted, and at last our saucy craft came into port, under the dairy window and there was the milk pan, for whose sake we had endured such hardships and privations, standing up on its edge quite quietly. The girls did not wait for orders from the captain, as they ought to have done but they cried out, Oh, here it is and then both reached out to get it. Anyone who has pursued a naval career will see that of course the raft capsized. For a moment it felt like standing on the roof of the house, and the next moment the ship stood up on end and shot the whole crew face mask n disposable respirator into the dark waters. We boys can swim all right. Oswald has swum three times across the Ladywell Swimming Baths at the shallow end, and Dicky is nearly as good but just then we did not think of this though, of course, if the water had been deep we should have. As soon as Oswald could get the muddy water out of his eyes he opened them on a horrid scene. Dicky was standing up to his shoulders in the inky waters the raft had righted itself, and was drifting gently away towards the front of the house, where the bridge is, and Dora and Alice were rising from the deep, with their hair all plastered over their faces like Venus in the Latin verses. There was a great noise of splashing. And besides that a feminine voice, looking out of the dairy window and screaming Lord love the children It was Mrs Pettigrew. She disappeared at once, and we were sorry we were in such a situation that she would be able to get at Albert s uncle before we could. Afterwards we were not so sorry. Before a word could be spoken about our desperate position Dora staggered a little in the water, an.unrecoverishly dead that he gave Denny and Noel, who were sitting on the step below him, a good humoured, playful, gentle, loving, brotherly shove, and said, Get along down, it s tea time No reader who understands justice and the real rightness of things, and who is to blame for what, will ever think it could have been Oswald s fault that the two other boys got along down by rolling over and over each other, and bursting the door at the bottom of the stairs open by their revolving bodies. And I should like to know whose fault it was that Mrs Pettigrew was just on the other side of that door at that very minute The door burst open, and the impetuous bodies of Noel and Denny rolled out of it into Mrs Pettigrew, and upset her and the tea tray. Both revolving boys were soaked with tea and milk, and there were one or two cups and things smashed. Mrs Pettigrew was knocked over, but face mask n disposable respirator none of her bones were broken. Noel and Denny were going to be sent to bed, but Oswald said it was all his fault. He really did this to give the others a chance of doing a refined golden deed by speaking the truth and saying it was not his fault. But you cannot really count on anyone. They did not say anything, but only rubbed the lumps on their late revolving heads. So it was bed for Oswald, and he felt the injustice hard. But he sat up in bed and read The Last of the Mohicans, and then he began to think. When Oswald really thinks he almost always thinks of something. He thought of something now, and it was miles better than the idea we had decided on in the secret staircase, of advertising in the Kentish Mercury and saying if Albert s uncle s long lost grandmother would call at the Moat House she might hear of something much to her advantage. What Oswald thought of was that if we went to Hazelbridge and asked Mr B. Munn, Grocer, that drove us home in the cart with the horse that liked the wrong end of the whip best, he would know who the lady was in the red hat and red wheels that paid him to drive us home that Canterbury night. He must have been paid, of course, for even grocers are not generous enough to drive perfect strangers, and five of them too, about the country for nothing. Thus we may learn that even unjustness and sending the wrong people to bed may bear useful fruit, which ought to be a great comfort to everyone when they are unfairly wells chemist medical face masks treated. Only it most likely won t be. For if Oswald s brothers and sisters had nobly stood by him as he expected, he would not have had the solitary reflections that led to the gr.ered on a post. How hot is it, Louis asked his mother. It isn t hot at all it is only face mask n disposable respirator 70 face mask n disposable respirator deg. The glass varies here from 52 deg to 100 deg but we don t get the latter figure except in summer, added Sir Modava. But you have awful cyclones here, an English lady told me last night, said Mrs. Belgrave. We do but we never have them at this season of the year they come in May, September, and October, and sometimes in November the belated ones. In 1867 we had one in the latter month which destroyed thirty thousand native houses but you know they are built of bamboos and such stuff, and it does not take much of a breeze to demolish them. Another in June, 1870, did nearly as much damage. I should think the bore would make mischief here, suggested Louis. The monsoons here begin in face mask n disposable respirator July, and during their time the bore is the most mischievous. The big wave comes up the river at the rate of twenty miles an hour. All boats run for the middle of the river, where the billow does not break against the shore. Ships often part their cables, and knock themselves to pieces against the walls. Sometimes the bore is twelve feet high, though not much face mask n disposable respirator more than half that generally. What are the prices at a hotel like this one, Lord Tremlyn asked Dr. Hawkes. Here is the list of prices, replied his lordship, handing him a card taken from the wall. Coffee at six in the morning, breakfast la fourchette at nine, tiffin at one, and dinner at seven. Price, Rs. six per day, the doctor read. I suppose Rs. means rupees and that makes it about twelve English shillings, or three dollars a day, which is not high. There are no extras except for wines, liquors, and beer, which none of your people use, added the viscount. But you have to pay for your own attendance and your servant s pay is from eight to ten rupees a month, or about a pound. Cheap enough exclaimed the surgeon. I have to pay my waiter at home six pounds a month. Now, what is there to be seen in Calcutta asked the commander after breakfast. If you wish to see mosques, temples, pagodas the viscount began. We do not, interposed the captain. At first those were very interesting but we have seen enough of them. I supposed so, added Lord Tremlyn. I have ordered carriages, and to day we will take a general view of the city. This plan was agreeable to the party, and it was carried out. From the hotel they proceeded to the river. There was a crowd of shipping at anchor, and at the landing stages and jetties. Among them Louis was the first to discover the Guardian Mother. She was in.
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