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They stayed by the water till he was nearly ready and when they galloped off, they went in a long string one behind the other with the largest one in front, and another large one in the rear. Wildebeests exclaimed Hendrik. Gnoos cried Swartboy. Yes, they must have been wildebeests, said Von Bloom Jan s description corresponds exactly to them. This was quite true. Jan had correctly given many of the characteristic points of that, perhaps, the most singular of all ruminant animals, the wildebeest or gnoo Catoblepas gnoo. The brushlike tuft over the muzzle, the long hair between the fore legs, the horns curving down over the face, and then sweeping abruptly upward, the thick curving neck, the rounded, compact, horse shaped body, the long whitish tail, and full flowing mane all disposable face masks that are cooling were descriptive of the gnoo. Even Tr uuml ey had not made such an unpardonable mistake. The gnoos, and particularly the old bulls, bear a very striking resemblance to the lion, so much so that the sharpest hunters at a distance can scarce tell one from the other. Jan, however, had observed them better than Tr uuml ey and had they been nearer, he might have further noticed that the creatures had red fiery eyes and a fierce look that their heads and horns were not unlike those of the African buffalo that their limbs resembled those of the stag, while the rest corresponded well enough to his pony. He might have observed, moreover, that the males were larger than the females, and of a deeper brown. Had there been any calves with the herd, he would have seen that these were still lighter coloured in fact, of a white or cream colour. The gnoos that had been seen were the common kind called by the Dutch colonists wildebeests or wild oxen, and by the Hottentots gnoo or gnu, from a hollow moaning sound to which t.water was shoaling, which indicated that the Teaser was drifting towards the island. On board the Teaser shouted Lonley, so distinctly that he could hardly have been more than three hundred feet from the steamer. On shore, replied Christy, prompted by Mr. Blowitt. I am waiting for Gilder Why don t he come on shore shouted Lonley, his impatience apparent in his tones. Where are all the men demanded Christy, as requested by the second lieutenant. They have gone a mile to the eastward where they left their bags. We will run down in the steamer for them, added Mr. Blowitt, talking through Christy. Don t do that protested the speaker on 276 shore. There is a Yankee steamer off in that direction. We heard her steam an hour ago. All right replied Christy. That settles the matter in my mind, said Mr. Blowitt. They are trying to play what they call a Yankee trick upon us. When we send our boats to the eastward, we shall send them into a trap. If the boats are to bring off forty men, they will expect them to go with only men enough to pull the oars and when they get possession of them, they expect to retake the Teaser. I think you are right, Mr. Blowitt, replied Christy, who began to believe that his scheme was rapidly approaching a failure, though he did not give it up just yet. This Lonley is still on the shore near us, said Mr. Blowitt. I should very much like to know what has been going on to night on the island, and it may be that he knows all about it. As you are the representative of Gilder, Mr. Passford, you may take the canoe that is astern, and have a talk with Lonley at close quarters, if you don t object. I should have proposed it myself if I had not feared that the idea would be charged to bath and body works face mask my 277 audacity, replied Christy. I will take only Flint with me, as he was with me before. The canoe was brought up to the gangway, and Flint took his place at the oars. Mr. Blowitt charged the young officer in the most serious manner not to run any risks, and the boat was shoved off. It required but a few strokes of the oars to bring it into shoal water by the beach. Only a single man could be seen on the shore, and this one must be Lonley. There seemed to be no risk, and Christy landed. CHAPTER XXV CHRISTY BECOMES A VICTIM Everything was perfectly still on the island, and only a single man was in sight but Christy put his hand upon his revolver as he went on shore. Though he had never been a fighting young man, he had the impression that he should not tamely submit to the assault of an enemy, or run away from any single man that stood up in front of him. He had always been prude.
t this moment the two horses by the wagon neighed loudly the dark mass under the wagon moved, rolled outward, rose up, and stood erect. Totty bath and body works face mask was recognised And now the after clap of the wagon was hurriedly drawn aside, and three young faces were seen peeping forth. A shout of joy burst from the horsemen, and the next moment little Jan and Tr uuml ey leaped out from the cap tent into the arms of their father while the mutual congratulations of Hans and Hendrik, Swartboy and Totty, produced for some moments a scene of joyful confusion quite indescribable. Chapter Fourteen. The Trek Boken. Those who remained by the camp had had their adventures too and their tale was by no means a merry one, for it disclosed the unpleasant fact, that the sheep and goats pig face mask were all lost. The flock had been carried off, in a most singular manner and there was but little hope of their ever being seen again. Hans began his tale Nothing unusual occurred on the day you left us. I was busy all the afternoon in cutting wait a bit thorns for a kraal. Totty helped me to drag them up, while Jan and Tr uuml ey looked after the flock. The animals did not stray out of the valley here, as the grass was good, and they had had enough of trotting lately. Well Totty and I got the kraal, as you see, all ready. So, when night came, we drove the flock in and, after milking the cow and getting our supper, we all went to bed. We were precious tired, and all of us slept bath and body works face mask soundly throughout the night without being disturbed. Both jackals and hyenas came around, but we knew they would not break into that kraal. Hans pointed to the circular enclosure of thorn bushes, that had been well constructed. He then proceeded with his narration In the morning we found everything right. Totty again milked the cow and we had breakfast. The flock was let out upon the grass, and so were the cow and the two horses. Just about midday I began to think what we were to have for dinner, for the breakfast had cleared up everything. I did not like to kill another sheep, if it could be helped. So bidding Jan and Tr uuml ey stay close by the wagon, and leaving Totty to look after the flock, I took my gun and started off in search of game. I took no horse, for I thought I saw springboks out on the plain and I would stalk them better afoot. Sure enough, there were springboks. When I got out of the valley here, and had a better view, I saw what astonished me, I can assure you. I could scarce credit my eyes. The whole plain, towards the west, appeared to be one vast crowd of animals and by their bright yellow sides, and the snow white hair on the.seized, he struck down the precocious chicks one after another, and put an end to their aspiring flights by laying them lifeless upon the sand. In the end it was neither eggs nor omelettes, but tender, delicate squabs the castaways had for their prandial repast. Chapter Fourteen. A Grand Tree climber. The castaways having made a repast on chicks instead of eggs, as they had been expecting, were for the time satisfied, so far as concerned their appetites. But aware that these would ere long recommence their craving, they could not be contented bath and body works face mask to remain inactive. It would be necessary to procure some other kind of provisions, and, if possible, a permanent stock on which they could rely until ready to set out on their journey, with a surplus to carry them some way along it. Although in Borneo there are many kinds of strange birds, and some of them large ones, they are not to be found everywhere, and when seen, not so easily caught or shot. There are some large quadrupeds too, as the Indian rhinoceros, and the Sumatran tapir and although the flesh of these great bubbling face mask thick skinned animals is neither tender nor delicate, yet men who can get no other soon find themselves in a position to relish it, despite its toughness and its coarse texture. But neither rhinoceros nor tapir was seen by our castaways neither seemed to frequent that part of the coast, as no tracks of them were observed during their excursions. If they had fallen in with a rhinoceros, they would have had some difficulty in killing it seeing that this enormous brute is as large as a small elephant, its body protected by a thick hide embossed with hard knob like protuberances, like those upon shields, giving to the animal the appearance of being encased in a full suit of ancient armour. The Sumatran tapir, too, is a creature that does not readily succumb to its assailant, being larger and stronger than its namesake of South America. There are two species of deer known in Borneo one of them, the rusa, a fine large animal. Captain Redwood was in hopes he might meet with an individual of either species and with this object in view, he continued to make short excursions into the woods, taking snail face mask his rifle along with him, occasionally accompanied by Murtagh, with the ship s musket. But they always returned empty handed, and a good deal down hearted, having seen nothing that could be converted into venison. Saloo had again tried for eggs bath and body works face mask and shell fish, but was unsuccessful in his search after both evidently there were no more depositories of maleos eggs, nor Singapore oysters, nor, indeed, any kind of shell fish, on that pa.ot see that the ships can bath and body works face mask do anything until they are able to see what they are to do. 268 But this affair may keep us away from the ship for a day or two, suggested the second lieutenant. I don t think so, sir I believe you will be on board again before seven bells bath and body works face mask in the morning watch, replied bath and body works face mask Christy. The ship s company of the Teaser were to be somewhere on the shores of the sound where they could be taken on board. But the men you landed at the point believed that the Teaser was to get out through the sound, replied Mr. Blowitt. They took you for the pilot Gilder, and you did not tell them that you intended to run the blockade. Of course I did not if I had, they would have remained on board. But the guard boat attempted to stop us, and the artillery on the island fired into it, though it is probable that they did not hit it in the dense fog, Christy explained. Our men may have learned from the guard boat that we took the steamer out through the main channel. If they did they probably learned that the Teaser went out with the assistance of the garrison at the fort, suggested Mr. Blowitt. I am confident that the officer of the guard boat 269 would have no means of knowing that fact, argued Christy. Of course, he heard the firing in the neighborhood of the fort, and he would naturally conclude that they were firing upon the steamer to prevent her from running out. That may be but, to tell you the truth, disposable face mask brushes Mr. Passford, I am afraid we shall not find these men, added the second lieutenant. From the firing we hear, I should judge that a movement of some kind is in progress, and our men may be better informed than silicone face mask brush you expect. Of course, they may be but I expect to find these men at some point along the shore, replied Christy, who thought the second lieutenant was just a little obstinate in not accepting his theory in full. The steamer continued on her course to the eastward, and nothing more passed between the two principal officers in regard to the crew from Pensacola. But Flint was quite as confident as the third lieutenant that the forty men, more or less, would be captured. The noise of the firing could no longer be heard, and then Christy suggested that the whistle be sounded as a signal to the men if they were in the vicinity. 270 The depth of water was three or four fathoms close up to this part of the island. The soundings indicated that the steamer was as near as it was prudent to go in the dense fog. Christy was sure that the privateer s crew could not have gone any farther to the eastward by this time, and the screw was stopped, while all hands made an anxious use.
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The time will certainly come when the memories of the conflict, the repetition of the stories of the war, and even the partisan praise bestowed upon the heroes of both sides, will excite no more ill feeling than does an allusion to the War of the Roses in England. In this country the advocate of either side will tell his story, relate his history, and jingle his verse in his own way, and from his own standpoint. Those upon the other side will be magnanimous enough to tolerate him, at least in silence. Histories, romances, poems, and plays relating to the war, are produced in greater numbers as the gap between the days of battle and the days of peace widens but the old fires are not rekindled, the old bitterness still slumbers, and the Great United Nation still lives on in perfect peace. The author hopes he has done nothing on these pages to impair the growing harmony between the two sections which have happily become one, or to impregnate the minds of those who have been born since the strife ended with any of its 9 bitterness. He has endeavored to make as high toned men on the one side as the other, with the same moral sentiment in the one party as the other, and to exhibit their only difference in the one great question of union or Disunion. Dorchester, May 2, 1889. CHAPTER I AN UNEXPECTED VISITOR Cornelius exclaimed Captain Passford, as a young man of nineteen was shown into the library of the magnificent dwelling of the millionnaire at Bonnydale, on the Hudson. Cornelius Passford, Uncle Horatio, replied the young man, as the captain rushed to him and extended his hand. 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As young Hendrik and Swartboy rode off for the horses and cattle, Hans, leaving his work in the garden, proceeded to collect the sheep and drive them home. These browsed in.