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I thought, said Robert, breathing hard, and drawing the last knot tight, he d have a try for OURS, so I got the ropes out of the box room, so as to be ready. The girls, with rather white faces, applauded his foresight. Loosen these bonds cried Rekh mara in fury, before I blast you with the seven secret curses of Amen Ra We shouldn t be likely to loose them AFTER, Robert retorted. Oh, don t quarrel said Anthea desperately. Look here, he has just as much right to the thing as we have. This, she took up the Amulet that had swallowed the other one, this has got his in it as well as being ours. Let s go shares. Let me go cried the Priest, writhing. Now, look here, said Robert, if you make a row we can just open that window and call the police the guards, you know and tell them you ve been trying to rob us. NOW will you shut up and listen to reason I suppose so, said Rekh mara sulkily. But reason could not be spoken to him till a whispered counsel had been held in the far corner by the washhand stand and the towel horse, a counsel rather long and very earnest. face mask for dust disposable At last Anthea detached herself from the group, and went back to the Priest. Look here, she said in her kind little voice, we want to be friends. We want to help you. Let s make a treaty. Let s join together to get the Amulet the whole one, I mean. And then it shall belong to you as much as to us, and we shall all get our hearts desire. Fair words, said the Priest, grow no onions. WE say, Butter no parsnips , Jane put in. But don t you see we WANT to be fair Only we want to bind you in the chains of honour and upright dealing. Will you deal fairly by us said Robert. I will, said the Priest. By the sacred, secret name that is written under the Altar of Amen Ra, I.ea and though not nearly so much was said about it afterwards as there was about the stuffed things, I think myself it was just as bad, though it was a good idea, too. He just got the hose and put the end over a branch of the cedar tree. Then we got the steps they clean windows with, and let the hose rest on the top of face mask for dust disposable the steps and run. It was to be a waterfall, but it ran between the steps and was only wet and messy so we got Father s mackintosh and uncle s and covered the steps with them, so that the water ran down all right and was glorious, and it ran away face mask for dust disposable in a stream across the grass where we had dug a little channel for it and the otter and the duck bill thing were as if in their native haunts. I hope all this is not very dull to read about. I know it was jolly good fun to do. Taking one thing with another, I don t know that we ever had a better time while it lasted. We got all the rabbits out of the hutches and put pink paper tails on to them, and hunted them with horns made out of The Times. They got away somehow, face mask for dust disposable and before they were caught next day they had eaten a good many lettuces and other things. Oswald is very sorry for this. He rather likes the gardener. Denny wanted to put paper tails on the guinea pigs, and it was no use our do face masks protect against asbestos telling him there was nothing to tie the paper on to. He thought we were kidding until we showed him, and then he said, Well, never mind , and got the girls to give him bits of the blue stuff left over from their dressing voice changing protective face masks gowns. I ll make them sashes to tie round their little middles, he said. face mask for dust disposable And he did, and the bows stuck up on the tops of their backs. One of the guinea pigs was never seen again, and the same with the tortoise when we had done his shell with vermilion paint. He crawled away and returned no more. Perhaps someone collected him and thought he was an expensive kind unknown in these cold latitudes. The lawn under the cedar was transformed into a dream of beauty, what with the stuffed creatures and the paper tailed things and the waterfall. And Alice said I wish the tigers did not look so flat. For of course with pillows you can only pretend it is a sleeping tiger getting ready to make a spring out at you. It is difficult to prop up tiger skins in a life like manner when there are no bones inside them, only pillows and sofa cushions. What about the beer stands I said. And we got two out of the cellar. With bolsters and string we fastened insides to the tigers and they were really fine. The legs of the beer stands did for tigers legs. It was inde.
loor of the hut, with the Secret in her lap. It was the High born Babe Oswald was so overcome that he sat down suddenly, just like Betsy Trotwood did in David Copperfield, which just shows what a true author Dickens is. You ve done it this time, he said. I suppose you know you re a baby stealer I m not, Dora said. I ve adopted him. Then it was you, Dicky said, who scuttled the perambulator in the wood Yes, Alice said we couldn t get it sun protection face mask with cooling fabric over the stile unless Dora put down the Baby, and we were afraid of the nettles for his legs. His name is to be Lord Edward. But, Dora really, don t you think If you d been there you d have done the same, said Dora firmly. The gipsies had gone. Of course something had frightened them and they fled from justice. And the little darling was awake and held out his arms to me. No, he hasn t cried a bit, and I know all about babies I ve often nursed Mrs Simpkins face mask for dust disposable s daughter s baby when she brings it up on Sundays. They have bread and milk to eat. You take him, Alice, and I ll go and get some bread and milk for him. Alice took the noble brat. face mask for dust disposable It was horribly lively, and squirmed about in her arms, and wanted to crawl on the floor. She could only keep it quiet by saying things to it a boy would be ashamed even to think of saying, such as Goo goo , and Did ums was , and Ickle ducksums, then. When Alice used these expressions the Baby laughed and chuckled and replied Daddadda , Bababa , or Glueglue. But if Alice stopped her remarks for an instant the thing screwed its face up as if it was going to cry, but she never gave it time to begin. It was a rummy little animal. Then Dora came back with the bread and milk, and they fed the noble infant. It was greedy and slobbery, but all three girls seemed unable to keep their eyes and hands off it. They looked at it exactly as if it was pretty. We boys stayed watching them. There was no amusement left for us now, for Oswald saw that Dora s Secret knocked the bottom out of the perambulator. When the infant aristocrat had eaten a hearty meal it sat on Alice s lap and played with the amber heart she wears that Albert s uncle brought her from Hastings after the business of the bad sixpence and the nobleness of Oswald. Now, said Dora, this is a council, so face mask for dust disposable I want to be business like. The Duckums Darling has been stolen away its wicked stealers have deserted the Precious. We ve got it. Perhaps face mask for dust disposable its ancestral halls are miles and miles away. I vote we keep the little Lovey Duck till it s advertised for. If Albert s uncle lets you, said Dicky d.ved you d not have been Been proper friends with us, I mean , But now you re laid upon the shelf, Poor fox, you cannot help yourself, So, as I say, we are your loving friends And here your Burial Ode, dear Foxy, ends. P. S. When in the moonlight bright The foxes wander of a night, They ll pass your grave and fondly think of you, Exactly like we mean to always do. So now, dear fox, adieu Your friends are few But true To you. Adieu When this had been said we filled in the grave and covered the top of it with dry leaves and sticks to make it look like the rest of the wood. People might think it face mask for dust disposable was a treasure, and dig it up, if they thought there was anything buried there, and we wished the poor fox to sleep sound and not to be disturbed. The interring was over. We folded up Dora s bloodstained pink cotton petticoat, and turned to leave the sad spot. We had not gone a dozen yards down the lane when we heard footsteps and a whistle behind us, and a scrabbling and whining, and a gentleman with two fox terriers had called a halt just by the place where we had laid low the little red rover. The gentleman stood in the lane, but the dogs were digging we could see their tails wagging and see the dust fly. And we SAW WHERE. We ran back. Oh, please, do stop your dogs digging there Alice said. The gentleman said Why Because we ve just had a funeral, and that s the grave. The gentleman whistled, but the medical kids face mask fox terriers were not trained like Pincher, who was brought up by Oswald. The gentleman took a stride through the hedge gap. What have you been burying pet dicky bird, eh said the gentleman, kindly. He disposable medical mask for kids had riding breeches and white whiskers. We did not answer, because now, for the first time, it came over all of us, in a rush of blushes and uncomfortableness, that burying a fox is a suspicious act. I don t know why we felt this, but we did. Noel said dreamily We found his murdered body in the wood, And dug a grave by which the mourners stood. But no one heard him except Oswald, because Alice and Dora and Daisy were all jumping about with the jumps of unrestrained anguish, and saying, Oh, call them off Do do oh, don t, don t Don t let them dig. Alas Oswald was, as usual, right. The ground of the grave had not been trampled down hard enough, and he had said so plainly at the time, but his prudent counsels had been overruled. Now these busy bodying, meddling, mischief making fox terriers how different from Pincher, who minds his own business unless told otherwise had scratched away the earth and laid bare the reddi.grown out beyond the stile and here, among the hazels and chestnuts and young dogwood bushes, we saw something white. We felt it was our duty to investigate, even if the white was only the under side of the tail of a dead rabbit caught in a trap. It was not it was part of the perambulator. I forget whether I said that the perambulator was enamelled white not the kind of enamelling you do at home with Aspinall s and the hairs of the brush come out and it is gritty looking, but smooth, like the handles of ladies very best lace parasols. And whoever had abandoned the helpless perambulator in that lonely spot had done exactly as H. O. said, and covered it with leaves, only they were star wars medical face mask green and some of them had dropped off. The others were wild with excitement. Now or never, they thought, was a chance to be real detectives. Oswald alone retained a calm exterior. It was he who would not go straight to the police station. He said Let s try and ferret out something for ourselves before we tell the police. They always have a clue directly they hear about the finding of the body. And besides, we might as well let Alice be in anything there is going. And besides, we haven t had our dinners yet. This argument of Oswald s was so strong and powerful his arguments are often that, as I daresay you have noticed that the others agreed. It was Oswald, too, who showed his artless brothers why they had much better not take the deserted perambulator home with them. The dead body, or whatever the clue is, is always left exactly as it is found, he said, till the police have seen it, and the coroner, and the inquest, and the face mask for dust disposable doctor, and the sorrowing relations. Besides, suppose someone saw us with the beastly thing, and thought we had stolen it then they would say, What have you done with the Baby and then where should we be Oswald s brothers could not answer this question, but once more Oswald s native eloquence and far seeing discerningness conquered. Anyway, Dicky said, let s shove the derelict a little further under cover. So we did. Then we went on home. Dinner was ready and so were Alice and Daisy, but Dora was not there. She s got a well, she s not coming to dinner anyway, Alice said when we asked. She can tell you herself afterwards what it is she s got. Oswald thought it was headache, or pain in the temper, or in the pinafore, so he said face mask for dust disposable no more, but as soon as Mrs Pettigrew had helped us and left the room he began the thrilling tale of the forsaken perambulator. He told it with the greatest thrillingness anyone c.
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