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ey then occupied. Now, though Hendrik had never hunted this antelope, he was well acquainted with its habits, and knew how it ought to be chased. He knew that it was a bad runner that any old horse could bring up with it and that his quagga the fastest of the four that had been tamed could do the same. It was only a question of start, therefore. Could he get near enough the bulls to have a fair start, he would run one of them down to a certainty. The result might be different should the elands take the alarm at a long distance off, and scour away over the plain. To get within fair starting distance, that was the point to be attempted. But Hendrik was a wary hunter, and soon accomplished this. Instead of riding direct for the elands, he made a grand circuit until he had got the herd between him and the cliff and then, heading his quagga for them, he rode quietly forward. He did not sit erect in the saddle, but sheet face masks held himself bent down, until his breast almost touched the withers of the quagga. This he did to deceive the elands, who would otherwise have recognised ahegao face mask him as an enemy. In such a fashion they could not make out what kind of creature was coming towards them but stood for a long while gazing at Hendrik and his quagga with feelings of curiosity, and of course some little alarm. They, however, permitted the hunter to get within five hundred yards distance near enough for him before they broke off in their heavy lumbering gallop. Hendrik now rose in his saddle, put spurs to his quagga, and followed the herd at full speed. As he had designed, so it came to pass. The elands ran straight in the direction of the cliff not where the pass was, but where there was none and, on reaching the precipice, were of course forced to turn into a new direction, transverse to their former one. This gave Hendrik the advantage, who, heading his quagga diagonally, was soon upon the heels of the herd. It was Hendrik s intention to single out one egg mask for face of the bulls, and run him down leaving the others to gallop off wherever they wished. His intention was carried out for shortly after, the fattest of the bulls shot to one side, as if to escape in that way, while the rest ran on. The bull was not so cunning as he thought himself. Hendrik s eye was upon him and in a moment the quagga was turned upon his track. Another burst carried both game and pursuer nearly a mile across the plain. The eland had turned from a rufous dun colour to that of a leaden blue the saliva fell from his lips in long streamers, foam dappled his broad chest, the tears rolled out of his big eyes, and his gallop became changed.that I shall if I did say so, you would have our guard doubled, and ready to shoot me if they saw my head at a window, answered Christy with earnestness. You seem to think I am a heathen but you forget that you are an active enemy of my country, added the planter, with a pained expression. I don t forget it, uncle but I am not half as active as I hope to be before this thing ends. I believe you would see me shot or hung by the neck till I was dead if it were for the benefit of what you call your country. I hope and pray that I may never be placed in a situation to how long can you wear a disposable mask for see anything of that kind. I know you are earnest, honest, and sheet face masks sincere, Uncle Homer, and no partiality to your own kindred would permit you to shirk what you consider to be your duty. I find no fault with you and I believe my father would be equally firm, said Christy warmly. I think you understand me, my boy but do not attempt any rash project. I cannot prevent the guard from shooting you if you attempt to escape. 316 I prefer to keep my own counsels in a matter of this kind, Uncle Homer. Give my love to Aunt Lydia and Gerty, for I suppose I am not likely to see them, as I am liable to be sent away any day. Oh, yes, you will see them, for they shall call upon you here as soon as they return from Montgomery, where they have gone for a few days. It will be very kind of them to do so, added Christy, though he did not believe he should be at home when they came. I do not wish you were wounded, my dear boy, but if the face behind the mask you were, we would do all that your father and mother are doing for poor Corny, replied Colonel Passford fervently, Now, promise me, Christy, that you will not attempt to escape. I can t make any promises, uncle. I will do the best I can to have your condition improved, and see that you have a better diet, if I send your food from a hotel. You are very kind, uncle, and I know that you will do all that your duty will permit you to do for me. But I shall live in fear and trembling if I leave you without your promise to refrain from daring exploits. Just consider, full face snorkel mask danger my dear boy you 317 are in the fourth story of this warehouse, and the guard room is below you. You have really no chance at all of success, and a fall or a shot may kill or disable you for life. I do not say that I shall try to escape, uncle. And you do not say that you will not try to escape. For half an hour longer Colonel Passford endeavored to induce his nephew to give the desired promise but he remained obstinate to the end and his uncle was compelled to leave him, to enter upon the fear and trembling in which he was to live while his enterp.very different result. Once the quaggas had finished drinking, and just at the moment they were heading out of the water, the hunters could show themselves upon the opposite side, set the troop in quick motion, and gallop them into the trap. By this means not only one, but a whole pit full might be captured at once All this appeared so feasible that not another suggestion was offered the plan of the pit fall was at once, and unanimously adopted. It remained only to sheet face masks dig the pit, cover it properly, and then wait the result. During all the time their capture was being planned, the herd of quaggas had remained in sight, disporting themselves upon the open plain. It was a tantalising sight to Hendrik, who would have liked much to have shown his marksman skill by creasing one. But the young hunter saw that it would be mary kay face mask imprudent to fire at them there, as it would prevent them from returning to the vley so he restrained himself, and along with the others remained watching the quaggas all regarding them with a degree of interest which they had never before felt in looking at a drove of these animals. The quaggas saw nothing of them, although quite near to the great nwana tree. They the hunters were up among the branches, where the animals did not think of looking, and there was nothing around the bottom of the tree to cause them alarm. The wagon wheels had long ago been disposed of in the bush, partly to shelter them from the sun, and partly because game animals frequently came within shot of the tree, and were thus obtained without any trouble. There were scarce any traces upon the ground that would have betrayed the existence of a camp in the tree and a person might have passed very near without noticing sheet face masks the odd aerial dwelling of the hunter family. All this was design upon the part of the field cornet. As yet he knew little of the country around. He did not know but that it might contain worse enemies than either hyenas or lions. While they sat watching the manoeuvres of the quaggas, a movement was made by one of these creatures more singular than any that had yet been witnessed. The animal in question was browsing quietly sheet face masks along, and at length approached a small clump of bushes that stood out in the open ground. When close to the copse it was observed to make a sudden spring forward and almost at the same instant, a shaggy creature leaped out of the bushes, and ran off. This last was no other than the ugly The quagga and the hyena striped hyena. Instead of turning upon the quagga and showing fight, as one might have supposed so strong and fierce a brute would have done, the h.
Sheet Face Masks u need make any trouble about that, added the man of mechanical ability, rather sheepishly. Christy had brought his boat s crew on deck, and directed Flint how to post them. He thought he had paid proper respect to the talent of the enthusiast in listening to his theory, and that it was about time to bring the adventure to an issue. I shall not make any trouble about the screw, Captain Folkner, for I don t think we shall have any difficulty about it. But I believe we had better not hoist it any higher out of water, added Christy. I mean that I think we had better go out of the bay by the main channel. illustration of quoted scene He placed one of his men on each side of the Captain. Page 233. 233 That means to run the blockade said the captain. That s the idea. Gilder, I want you to understand that I command this steamer, continued Captain Folkner, angrily. Right, with a little correction You did command her, and I command her now, replied Christy, as he placed one of his men on each side of the captain. CHAPTER XXI ON A DARK AND FOGGY NIGHT I reckon I don t quite understand you, Gilder, said Captain Folkner, very nervously. I thought I was still in command of the Teaser. I shall not blame you for thinking so but you are utterly mistaken all the same, added Christy. Did you come here to take the command out of my hands Is that the reason why you sent all my men to Town Point demanded the captain, getting an idea of the situation. If you had been a magician, you could not have come any nearer to the truth. Who are you I thought you were Gilder. I am not Gilder, though I found it convenient to answer to that name. It is reported that the Teaser is a very fast steamer, and I wanted her. Do you mean to say that you are a pirate asked Captain Folkner, stepping back as if to emphasize 235 his disgust at such a person. I have told you that the Teaser is a sheet face masks privateer, and it seems that you want her more than I do but I don t believe it. Privateers and pirates are about the same in this age of the world. I am neither a pirate nor a privateer. Permit me to introduce myself more precisely than I have thought it wise to do before. I am Lieutenant Passford, of the United States steamer Bellevite and I take possession of the Teaser as a lawful prize. I think we need not discuss the matter any longer, especially as the tide is high enough by this time to run out of the bay. Disarm him. Say, what sort of a joke is this demanded the captain. If you are good natured enough to regard it as a joke, I have not the least objection, replied Christy. But I shall be under the painful necessity o.rd lieutenant, he hugged him as though he had been separated from him for years instead of a few days. His welcome was quite sheet face masks as cordial, though not as demonstrative, from the rest of the officers. Then he went to the cabin with the captain, where he reported all that had transpired since he had been separated from his companions on board of the Teaser. He was warmly commended for his bravery and skill, and Captain Breaker assured him that he should be remembered in the reports to the department. Captain Lonley was conveyed on board of the Bellevite, where he was committed to the sick bay. 346 He had recovered his senses, but it was likely, the surgeon said, that it would be a month before his health was restored. The Teaser had not yet been sent away but the next day the third lieutenant was appointed prize master of the steamer, and Flint of the schooner, for he had been the master of a coaster, and was competent for the position. A considerable crew was put on board of the Teaser, and both vessels were sent to New York instead of Key West. The steamer was sheet face masks expected to tow the Judith when necessary, and defend her if she was attacked. But both arrived at their destination without any mishap, and both were condemned the Teaser was purchased by the government, for she was likely to be a very useful vessel on account of her speed and light draught. Christy had a brief leave of absence after he had sheet face masks served as a witness against the captured vessels. He had seen his father, mother, and sister on his arrival, and they were as proud of him as though he had been made a rear admiral. Captain Breaker had written to his father of his disappearance on Santa Rosa Island, and had no doubt he had been made a prisoner within the enemy s lines. Christy brought the news of his escape 347 himself, which made him even doubly welcome at Bonnydale. Certainly the young lieutenant had never been so happy before in his life. Captain Passford was a man of great influence, though he held no position in authority. At the first opportunity he obtained to talk with him, Christy made a strong plea in favor of the promotion of Flint. The late owner of the Bellevite knew him well. The master s mate had been a schoolmaster, and was very well educated but he had a taste for the sea. He had made several foreign voyages, and had bought a schooner then, of which he went as master. But he had sold his vessel to great advantage, and, having nothing to do, he shipped as third officer of the Bellevite. Sampson, beauty face masks who had come home as chief engineer of the Teaser, was also remembered by Christy, who interceded for h.