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The latter, however, showed no sign of having heard or understood it and in a whisper Murtagh received instructions how to act. You lay hold of him by the shoulders, were the words spoken, while I take the face mask for allergies feet. Let us slip him face sheet mask quietly over without making any stir. Saloo, remain you where you are we won t need your help. This last speech was addressed to the Malay, and in his own language, which would not be understood by any other than himself. The reason for laying the injunction upon him was, that he sat in the boat beyond the man deemed mad, and his coming across to the others might excite the latter, and bring about some vaguely dreaded crisis. The silent Malay simply nodded an assent, showing no sign that he comprehended why his assistance was not desired. For all that, he understood it, he too having observed the mental condition of the sailor. Rising silently from their seats, and advancing toward the dead body, the captain and carpenter, as agreed upon, laid hold of and raised it up in their arms. Even weak as both were, it was not much of a lift to them. It was not a corpse, only a skeleton, with the skin still adhering, and drawn tightly over the bones. Resting it upon the gunwale of the boat, they made a moment s pause, their eyes turned heavenward, as if mentally repeating a prayer. The Irishman, a devout believer in the efficacy of outward observances, with one hand detached from the corpse, made the sign of the cross. Then was the body again raised between them, held at arm s length outward, and tenderly lowered down upon the water. There was no plunge, only a tiny face mask for allergies plashing, as if a chair, or some other piece of light wood work, had been dropped gently upon the surface of the sea. But slight as was the sound, it produced an effect, startling as i.her, and was not able to get away. At first I was cautious about going near him remembering my late narrow escape and I thought of giving him a wide berth, and leaving him alone. Even though wounded, he might be strong enough to face mask for allergies charge upon me and my empty gun, as I had already proved, would be but a poor weapon with which to defend myself. I hesitated face mask for allergies about going near him but curiosity grew strong within me, as I watched his queer manoeuvres until at length I walked up within a dozen yards of where he was kneeling. Fancy my surprise on discovering the cause of his oblique movements. No hurt had he received of any kind not even a scratch but for all that, he was as completely crippled as if he had lost his best pair of legs. In a very singular manner was he rendered thus helpless. apple cider vinegar face mask In his struggle with the other bull, one of his fore legs had, somehow or other, got passed over his horn and there it stuck not only depriving him of the use of the limb itself, but holding his head so close to face mask for allergies the ground that he was quite unable to stir from the spot At first I designed helping him out of his difficulty, and letting him go. On second thoughts, I remembered the story of the face mask for allergies husbandman and the frozen snake, which quite changed my intention. I next thought of killing him for venison but having no bullet, I did not like to beat him to death with my gun. Besides the aard vark was my load to camp, and I knew that the jackals would eat the bull up before we could go back for him. I thought it probable he would be safer left face mask for allergies as he was as these ravenous brutes, seeing him alive, might not so readily approach him. So I left him with his head under his arm, in hopes that we may find him there to morrow. So ended Hans s narrative of his day s adventures. Chapter Thirty Five. The elephant s sleeping roost. The field cornet was far from satisfied with his day s work. His first attempt at elephant hunting had proved a failure. Might it not be always so Notwithstanding the interest with which he listened to Hans s narrative of the day s adventures, he felt uneasy in his mind when he reflected upon his own. The elephant had escaped so easily. Their bullets seemed to have injured him not the least. They had only served to render him furious, and dangerous. Though both had hit him in places where their wounds should have been mortal, no such effect was produced. The elephant seemed to go off as unscathed, as if they had fired only boiled peas at him Would it be always so True, they had given him but two shots. 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scue. But for all that he might be too late or even if successful in reaching the elevated point where Henry struggled against danger, he might still be unable to effect his deliverance. The alarmed father seemed to fear this, as he stood gazing, with agony depicted on his face agony at the thought of seeing his dear boy exposed to such a fearful peril, and feeling himself so helpless face mask for allergies to rescue him. All at once a thought flashed into his mind, that at least gave him some relief through the necessity of action. His rifle, which fortunately after cleaning he had reloaded, stood resting against the trunk of the tree. He sprang toward and seized hold of it. In another second it was raised to his shoulder its muzzle pointed almost vertically upward, and circling around to get bearing upon the body of the crochet face mask bird. It was a dangerous shot to take, like that of Tell with the arrow and the apple. But it seemed yet more dangerous not to venture it and with this reflection passing through his mind he watched the hornbill through several of its swoopings, and when at length in one of these it receded to some distance from Henry s face, he took quick sight upon it, and pulled trigger. A splendid shot a broken wing a huge bird seen fluttering through the air to the earth then flopping and screaming over the ground, till its cries were stilled and its strugglings terminated by a few blows from a boat hook held in the hands of the ship carpenter all this was the spectacle of only a few seconds Chapter Seventeen. Sitting by the Spit. Saloo had by this time climbed to the topmost rounds of the ladder and was able to assist Henry in descending, which he did without further difficulty or danger. No great harm had happened to him he had received only a few scratches and skin wounds, that would soon yield to careful treatment and the surgical skill which his father possessed, face mask for allergies along with certain herbal remedies known to Saloo. They were soon restored to their former state of equanimity, and thought nothing more of the little incident that had just flurried them, except to congratulate themselves on having so unexpectedly added to their stock of provisions the bodies of two great birds, each of respectable size to say nothing of the fat featherless chick, which appeared as if it would make a very bonne bouche for a gourmand. As we have said, Saloo did not think any more of ascending the durion tree, nor they of asking him to do so. Its fruits might have served them for dessert, to come after the game upon which they were now going to dine. But they were not in condition to care for following the.sent for. CHAPTER XIV THE BEGINNING OF A CHASE Major Pierson still remained on board of the Bellevite, for no officer had been sent on board for him, as expected and he was under the efficient care of Sampson. He was subjected to no restraint, and he took his breakfast with the engineer. But he was not a welcome visitor on board, and Captain Passford would have been very glad to get rid of him. The owner sought him the next time he came on board, when he was not so busy as he had been before. But he said nothing to him about his mission at the North, and treated him as a guest rather than a prisoner. For reasons of his own, though not difficult to conjecture, he was very anxious to make a good appearance before the father of Miss Florry, and he was a gentleman in his manners. Major Pierson, I am sorry to do anything that 158 may be unpleasant to you, but I have not the means of holding you as a prisoner, said the captain, after they had been talking of indifferent subjects for a time. I realize that I am a prisoner of war, subject to such restraint as my captors impose upon me, replied the major. If you will allow yourself to be paroled, it will settle your status for the present, added Captain Passford. As a guest at your house asked the major, his face suddenly brightening up. I shall be very happy to give my parole. Not at my house, if you please, Major Pierson it would not be convenient at the present time, replied the owner, astonished at the suggestion, Then you will excuse me if I decline to accept a parole, replied the prisoner, biting his lip as though he was not pleased with the reply. As a guest in your house, I should not wish you to have any solicitude in regard to me. Very well, major I cannot object to your decision, added the captain, as he touched his hat and left the prisoner to the attentions of Sampson. 159 He was kept on board of the Bellevite, now re enforced by the return of about twenty of her former crew, so that regular watches were kept, and there was no chance for the prisoner to escape, and none face mask for allergies for Captain Carboneer to capture the steamer. Dr. Linscott soon relieved Corny of his pain, but it was many weeks before he was fit to leave the house, and then he was paroled. Captain Passford could never ascertain what had become of the crew intended for the Bellevite, though it was supposed, as they separated, that they found their way to some port where they could ship for their chosen service. On the Monday following the attempt to capture her, the Bellevite was taken to the Navy Yard, and she was prepared for service. It was understood that her. $txt1 = join(\" \",$txtArray);
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