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ay, he approached the chairman with a large and handsome frame in his hand, containing a testimonial from the passengers, attested by the autographs of all, which he presented to Lord Tremlyn, with the best wishes of all the signers, who had profited so extensively from their kindness, for the health, happiness, and length of days of the trio. This ceremony, not set down in the programme, brought forth rapturous applause and ringing cheers. The band played, and everybody seemed to be enjoying the happiest moment of his life. All the principal personages at the table made speeches, of which the Indian reporters, if any were present, have not given in their reports. It was a remarkably joyous occasion, and it was two o clock in the morning when the banquet hall was cleared. All the forenoon was spent in exchanging the parting greetings. 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Then Oswald said, We WERE playing at fox hunting, but we couldn t find anything but a rabbit that hid, so my brother was being the fox and then we found the fox shot dead, and I don t know who did it and we were sorry for it and we buried it and that s all. Not quite, said the riding breeches gentleman, with what I think you call a bitter smile, not quite. This is my land and I ll have you up for trespass and damage. Come along now, no nonsense I m a magistrate and I m Master of the Hounds. A vixen, too What did you shoot her with You re too young to have a gun. Sneaked your Father s revolver, I suppose Oswald thought it was better to be goldenly silent. But it was vain. The Master of the Hounds made him empty his pockets, and there was the pistol and the cartridges. The magistrate laughed.f the commotion. Felix and Morris had been the first to go on deck, and they had informed the others of the nature of the event which had caused the commotion on board. 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I desire to express my gratitude anew to you, and to the gentlemen who have made us capable of coming into your presence in proper condition, said his lordship, as the commander took his offered hand, which was wrung with the utmost cordiality. So far as I am concerned, my Lord, I have done nothing but my duty for I am a sailor, and the true son of the ocean is always ready to sacrifice even his life to save a shipwrecked brother of the sea, replied the captain. Then you are a true son of the ocean, Captain Ringgold, and I shall remember you as long as I live in my prayers So shall we all exclaimed Sir Modava, taking the hand of the commander. I indorse the sentiment, added Dr. Ferrolan. In regard to the clothing, said the commander, as he threw back his head, elevated his shoulde.
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