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Would that be quite fair Perhaps he isn t really a base deceiver. Perhaps something s happened to him. Happened said Cyril, not it Besides, what COULD happen I don t know, said Anthea. Perhaps burglars came in the night, and accidentally killed him, and took away the all that was mortal of him, you know to avoid discovery. Or perhaps, said Cyril, they hid the all that was mortal, in one of those big trunks in the box room. SHALL WE GO BACK AND LOOK he added grimly. No, no Jane shuddered. Let s go and tell the Psammead and see what it says. No, said Anthea, let s ask the learned gentleman. If anything has happened to Rekh mara a gentleman s advice would be more useful than a Psammead s. And the learned gentleman ll only think it s a dream, like he always does. They tapped at the door, and on the Come in entered. The learned gentleman was sitting in front of his untasted breakfast. Opposite him, in the easy chair, sat Rekh mara Hush said the learned gentleman very earnestly, please, hush or the dream will go. I am learning Oh, what have I not learned in the last hour In the grey funny medical face masks dawn, said the Priest, I left my hiding place, and finding myself among these treasures from my own country, I remained. I feel more at home here somehow. Of course I know it s a dream, said the medical mask full face learned gentleman feverishly, but, oh, ye gods what a dream By jove Call not upon the gods, said the Priest, lest ye raise greater ones than ye can control. Already, he explained to the children, he and I are as brothers, and his welfare is dear to me as my own. He has told me, the learned gentleman began, but Robert interrupted. This was no moment for manners. Have you told him, he as.the northward of the ship. He listened with all his ears, and then distinguished very faintly shouts from human voices. He waited only long enough to satisfy himself that he had not mistaken the roar of the sea for calls for help, and then went forward to the pilot house, where he announced face mask to protect from silica particles that he had heard the shots and the cries. Are you sure of it, Mr. Scott asked medical face mask at menards the first officer. Very sure, sir. We have heard nothing, and the lookouts have not reported anything, added Mr. Boulong. On deck, sir Wreck on the port beam yelled the lookout aloft. Call the captain, Mr. Scott, said the first officer, as he went out on deck. He made out the ominous sounds, and judged that they came from a point not more than a mile distant. The commander and Scott appeared immediately and with the increased daylight they discovered several men clinging to what protective face masks for resin appeared to be a wreck. CHAPTER III A REVIEW OF THE PAST FOURTEEN MONTHS The Guardian Mother had sailed from New York about fourteen months before she appeared in the waters of the Arabian Sea. She was a steam yacht of 624 tons burden, owned by Louis Belgrave, a young man who had just entered his eighteenth year. His native place was Von Blonk Park, in New Jersey, most of whose territory had been the farm of the young gentleman s grandfather, who had become a millionaire by the sale of his land. The terrors of the War of the Rebellion had driven the old man to convert his property into gold, which he had concealed so effectually that no one could find it. His only son, more patriotic than his father, had enlisted in the loyal army, and had been severely wounded in the brave and faithful discharge of his duty, and returned to the medical mask full face home of his childhood a wreck of his former self. His father died during his absence, and Paul Belgrave, the soldier, was his sole heir. His physical condition improved considerably, though he never ceased to suffer from the effects of his wound. The homestead of his father, which had not been sold with the rest of his land, afforded the invalid a sufficient support and he married Maud Nashwood, the only daughter of one of the small magnates of Von Blonk Park, which had now become a thriving town, occupied mainly by business men of New York. Paul Belgrave was a you areenough face mask sun protection for face millionaire without any millions for he was never able to find the large property of his deceased parent. For ten years he dug over the cellar bottom of the old house, and the ground in the vicinity but the missing million entirely eluded his search, and he died as soon as he g.
gentleman though I m sure, now I ve seen you, that it s not necessary but still I ve promised to ask you, so we must. Will you please give us your honourable word not to say any name stronger than the name on our charm The gentleman had put on his spectacles again and was looking at Cyril through them. He now said Bless me more than once, adding, Who told you all this I can t tell you, said Cyril. I m very sorry, but I can t. Some faint memory of a far off childhood must have come to the learned gentleman just then, for he smiled. I see, he said. It is some sort of game that you are engaged in Of course Yes Well, I will certainly promise. Yet I wonder how you heard of the names of power We can t tell you that either, said Cyril and Anthea said, Here is our charm, and held it out. With politeness, but without interest, the gentleman took it. But after the first glance all his body suddenly stiffened, as a pointer s does when he sees a partridge. Excuse me, he said in quite a changed voice, and carried the charm to the window. He looked at it he turned it over. He fixed his spy glass in his eye and looked again. No one said anything. Only Robert made a shuffling noise with his feet till Anthea nudged him to shut up. At last the learned gentleman drew a long breath. Where did you find this he asked. We didn t find it. We bought it at a shop. Jacob Absalom the name is not far from Charing Cross, said Cyril. We gave seven and sixpence for it, added Jane. It is not protective face mask in shop class for sale, I suppose You do not wish to part with it I ought to tell you that it is extremely valuable extraordinarily valuable, I may say. Yes, said Cyril, we know that, so of course we want to keep it. Keep it carefully, then, said the gentleman impressively and if ever you should wish to part with it, may I ask medical mask full face you to give me the refusal of it The refusal I mean, do not sell it to anyone else until you have given me the opportunity of buying it. All right, said Cyril, we won t. best face mask cold and flu protection But we don t want to sell it. We want to make it do things. I suppose you can play at that as well as at anything else, said the gentleman but I m afraid the days of magic are over. They aren t REALLY, said Anthea earnestly. You d see they aren t if I could tell you about our last summer holidays. Only I mustn t. Thank you face mask breathing protection no respirator very much. And can you read the name Yes, I can read it. Will you tell it us The name, said the gentleman, is Ur Hekau Setcheh. Ur Hekau Setcheh, repeated Cyril. Thanks awfully. I do hope we haven t taken up too much of your time. Not at all, said.tion. We went everywhere we could in the time, but when it was breakfast time we felt we had not seen half or a quarter. The room we had breakfast in was exactly like in a story black oak panels and china in corner cupboards with glass doors. These doors were locked. There were green curtains, and honeycomb for breakfast. After brekker my father went back to town, and Albert s uncle went medical mask full face too, to see publishers. We saw them to the station, and Father gave us a long list of what we weren t to do. It began with Don t pull ropes unless you re quite sure what will happen at the other end, and it finished with For goodness sake, try to keep out of mischief till I come down on Saturday. There were lots of other things in between. We all promised we would. And we saw them off and waved till the train was quite out of sight. Then we started to walk home. Daisy was tired so Oswald carried her home on his back. When we got home she said I do like you, medical mask full face Oswald. She is not a bad little kid and Oswald felt it was his duty to be nice to her because she was a visitor. Then we looked all over everything. It was a glorious place. You did not know where to begin. We medical mask full face were all a little tired before we found the hayloft, but we pulled ourselves together to make a fort with the trusses of hay great square things and we were medical mask full face having a jolly good time, all of us, when suddenly a trap door opened and a head bobbed up with a straw in its mouth. We knew nothing about the country then, and the head really did scare us rather, though, of course, we found out directly that the feet belonging to it were standing on the bar of the loose box underneath. The head said Don t you let the governor catch you a spoiling of that there hay, that s all. And it spoke thickly because of the straw. It is strange to think how ignorant you were in the past. We can hardly believe now that once we really did not know that it spoiled hay to mess about with it. Horses don t like to medical mask full face eat it afterwards. Always remember this. When the head had explained a little more it went away, and we turned the handle of the chaff cutting machine, and nobody got hurt, though the head HAD said we should cut our fingers off if we touched it. And then we sat down on the floor, which is dirty with the nice clean dirt that is more than half chopped hay, and those there was room for hung their legs down out of the top door, and we looked down at the farmyard, which is very slushy when you get down into it, but most interesting. Then Alice said Now we re all here, and the b.and he was called down from the upper deck. It was Mazagan. I have called, Captain, to remind you that our account has not yet been settled, said the villanous Moor. I have another to add to it, for the destruction of the Fatim , his Highness the Pacha Ali Noury s steam yacht, which he authorizes me to collect. Does he, indeed replied the captain, laughing for, having the weather gauge of the medical mask full face rascal, he was disposed to treat the matter very lightly. I have the account in the handwriting of his Highness, added Mazagan, as he presented a paper written in good English. Very well but I prefer to settle the account with his Highness himself, added the commander, as he touched an electric bell, which brought Sparks to the boudoir into which they had gone. Ask the general to come here, he said in a low tone to the steward. But I do not choose to wait a year or two for a settlement, protested the visitor. You need not wait five minutes, added Captain Ringgold. The Moor began to go over his story again, but it was interrupted by the entrance of General Noury. Mazagan looked at him, and seemed to be unable to believe the evidence of his own eyes. The commander stated the case to him. Is this account in your handwriting, General he asked. Certainly not, replied the Pacha. We have discussed this matter fully, and I have no claim whatever against you neither has this man. I settled all my accounts with him and I have his receipt in full, signed by him, and witnessed by Captain Sharp and his wife. He is a swindler and a villain and if I ever catch him in Morocco he shall have the bowstring The general denounced him in the severest manner, and then asked the commander to medical mask full face send him out of the ship. Knott was can face mask protect against flu at the gangway, the pirate was turned over to him, and hustled down the steps into his boat. The general expressed his regret that the captain had been annoyed by the villain again, and was confident he would never see or hear from him again and he never did. Promptly at the hour set the Guardian Mother got under way, and the Cherub s band played its liveliest airs. When it stopped to rest, the Italian band played, and thus the music was kept up for three hours, when the steamers were at Diamond Harbor. Here they came alongside each other, and all the company on board the Cherub were invited to a collation on board of the Guardian Mother, at which Captain Ringgold presided, and many speeches were made by the residents of Calcutta, and by the passengers on board. The ship s company on each vessel were not left.
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