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It trotted quietly down the road it looked very black against the white road, and the ends on the top, where the union Jack was tied, bobbed brightly as it trotted. At first we thought it would be easy to catch up to it. This was an error. When we ran faster it ran faster when we stopped it stopped and looked round at us, and nodded. I daresay you won t swallow this, but you may safely. It s as true as true, and so s all that about the goat. I give you my sacred word of honour. I tell you the pig nodded as much as to say Oh, yes. You think you will, but you won t and then as soon as we moved again off it went. That pig led us on and on, o er miles and miles of strange country. One thing, it did keep to the roads. When we met people, which wasn t often, we called out protective full face mask to them to help us, but they only waved their arms and roared with laughter. One chap on a bicycle almost tumbled off his machine, and then he got off it and propped it against a gate and sat down in the hedge to laugh properly. You remember Alice was still dressed up as the gay equestrienne in the dressing table pink and white, with rosy garlands, now very droopy, and she had no stockings on, only white sand shoes, because she thought they would be easier than boots for balancing on the pig in the graceful bare backed act. Oswald was attired in red paint and flour and pyjamas, for a clown. It is really IMPOSSIBLE to run speedfully in another man s pyjamas, so Oswald had taken them off, and wore his own brown knickerbockers belonging to his Norfolks. He had tied the pyjamas round his neck, to carry them easily. He was afraid to leave them in a ditch, as Alice suggested, because he did not know the roads, and for aught he recked 3m disposable face mask they might have been infest.st hold on protective full face mask here till somebody comes. Then Alice said, speaking chokily because she had not quite done crying Let s wave a flag. By the most face maak disposable face mask fortunate accident she had on one of her Sunday petticoats, though it was Monday. This petticoat is white. She tore it out at the gathers, and we tied it to Denny s stick, and took turns to wave it. We had laughed at his carrying a stick before, but we were very sorry now that we had done so. And the tin dish the Lent pie was baked in we polished with our handkerchiefs, and moved it about in the sun so that the sun might strike on it and signal our distress to some of the outlying farms. This was perhaps the most dreadful adventure that had then ever happened to us. Even Alice had now stopped thinking of Mr Richard Ravenal, and thought only of the lurker in ambush. We all felt our desperate situation keenly. I must say Denny behaved like anything but a white mouse. When it was the others turn to wave, he sat on the leads of the tower and held Alice s and Noel s hands, and said poetry to them yards and yards of it. By some strange fatality it seemed to comfort them. It wouldn t have me. He said The Battle of the Baltic , and Gray s Elegy , right through, though I think he got wrong in places, and the Revenge , and Macaulay s thing about Lars Porsena and the Nine Gods. And when it was his turn he waved like a man. I will try not to call him a white mouse any more. He was a brick that day, and no mouse. The sun was low in the heavens, and we were sick of waving and very hungry, when we saw a cart in the road below. We waved like mad, and shouted, and Denny screamed exactly like a railway whistle, a thing none of us had known before that he could do. And the cart stopped. And presently we saw a figure with a white beard among the trees. It was our Pig man. We bellowed the awful truth to him, and when he had taken it in he thought at first we were kidding he came up and let us out. He had got the pig luckily it was a very small one and we were not particular. Denny and Alice sat on the front of the cart with the Pig man, and the rest of us got in with the pig, and the man drove us right home. You may think we talked it over on the way. Not us. We went to sleep, among the pig, and before long the Pig man stopped and got us to make room for Alice and Denny. There was a net over the cart. I never was so sleepy in my life, though it was not more than bedtime. Generally, after anything exciting, you are punished but this could not be, face mask shield protective balaclava bandana microfiber because we had only gone for a walk.
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Alice had to run holding the equestrienne skirts on with both hands, and I think the brown paper boots bothered Noel from the first. Dora had her skirt over her arm and carried the topper in her hand. It was no use to tell ourselves it was a wild boar hunt we were long past that. At last we met a man who took pity on us. He was a kind hearted man. I think, perhaps, he had a pig of his own or, perhaps, children. Honour to his name He stood in the middle of the road and waved his arms. The pig right wheeled through a gate into a private garden and cantered up the drive. We followed. What else were we to do, I should like to know The Learned Black Pig seemed to know its way. It turned first to the right and then to the left, and emerged protective full face mask on a lawn. Now, all together cried Oswald, mustering his failing voice to give the word of command. Surround him cut off his retreat We almost surrounded him. He edged off towards the house. 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The business part is at the Fort, where we landed, and the bazaars extend from that in the direction of Mazagon, which lies to the north and east of it. You will find here many public buildings and commercial structures which compare favorably with similar edifices in any city of the world and we shall see them to morrow forenoon. The Princess Dock, where the great steamship lines land their merchandise, cost a million sterling. Three or four miles off this dock, to the eastward, you saw a couple of islands, the farther one of which is Elephanta, with its wonderful cave, which you will visit. The western terminus of the Great Indian Peninsula Railway is here, and with its connections it extends all over India. This is the first port usually reached by vessels from Europe, though Kurrachee is nearer. 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We all said, But may we She said, Of course you may. Now put on your boots and go for a good long walk. And I ll tell you what I ll put you up a snack, and you can have an egg to your tea to make up for missing your dinner. Now don t go clattering about the stairs and passages, there s good children. See if you can t be quiet this once, and give the good gentleman a chance with his copying. She went off. Her bark is worse than her bite. She does not understand anything about writing books, though. She thinks Albert s uncle copies things out of printed books, when he is really writing new ones. I wonder how she thinks printed books get made first of all. Many servants are like this. She gave us the snack in a basket, and sixpence to buy milk with. She said any of t.t of their boots in that perilous moment. It seemed a long time we were crouching there. Oswald began to feel the water squelching in his boots, so we held our breath and listened. Oswald laid his ear to the road like a Red Indian. You would not do this in time of peace, but when your country is in danger you care but little about keeping your ears clean. His backwoods strategy was successful. He rose and dusted himself and said They re coming It was true. The footsteps of the approaching foe were now to be prosthetic full face mask medical heard quite audibly, even by ears in their natural position. The wicked enemy approached. They were marching with a careless swaggeringness that showed how little they suspected the horrible doom which was about to teach them England s might and supremeness. Just as the enemy turned the corner so that we could see them, the Colonel shouted Right section, fire and there was a deafening banging. The enemy s officer said something, and then the enemy got confused and tried to get into the fields through the hedges. But all was vain. There was firing now from our men, on the left as well as the right. And then our Colonel strode nobly up to the enemy s Colonel and demanded surrender. He told me so afterwards. His exact words are only known to himself and the other Colonel. But the enemy s Colonel said, I would rather die than surrender, or words to that effect. Our Colonel returned to his men and gave the order to fix bayonets, and even Oswald felt his manly cheek welding face mask helmet welder eye protect for mig mag arc tig weld flip lens turn pale at the thought of the amount of blood to be shed. What would have happened can never now be revealed. For at this moment a man on a piebald horse came clattering over a hedge as carelessly as if the air was not full of lead and steel at all. Another man rode behind him with a lance and a red pennon on it. I think he must have been the enemy s General coming to tell his men not to throw away their lives on a walgreens medical face mask forlorn hope, for directly he said they were captured the enemy gave in and owned that they were. The enemy s Colonel saluted and ordered his men to form quarter column again. I should have thought he would have had about enough of that myself. He had now given up all thought of sullen resistance to the bitter end. He rolled a cigarette for himself, and had the foreign cheek to say to our Colonel By Jove, old man, you got me clean that time Your scouts seem to have marked us down uncommonly neatly. It was a proud moment when our Colonel laid his military hand on Oswald s shoulder and said This is my chief scout which were high.