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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 face mask children medical disposable retorted. Oh, don t quarrel said Anthea desperately. face mask children medical disposable 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. 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.priest and struck the match on his boot. He stood up, shielding the face mask children medical disposable flame with one hand. See he said, with modest pride. Here, take it into your hand. No, thank you, said the priest, swiftly backing. Can you do that again Yes. Then come with me to the great double house of Pharaoh. He loves good magic, and he will raise you to honour and glory. There s no need of secrets between initiates, he went on face mask children medical disposable confidentially. The fact is, I am out of favour at present owing to a little matter of failure of prophecy. I told him a beautiful princess would be sent to him from Syria, and, lo a woman thirty years old arrived. But she WAS a beautiful woman not so long ago. Time is face mask children medical disposable only a mode of thought, you know. face mask children medical disposable The children thrilled to the familiar words. So you know that too, do you said Cyril. It is part of the mystery of all magic, is it not said the priest. Now if I bring you to Pharaoh the little unpleasantness I spoke of will be forgotten. And I will ask Pharaoh, the Great House, Son of the Sun, and Lord of the South and North, to decree that you shall lodge in the Temple. Then you can have a good look round, and teach me your magic. And I will teach you mine. This idea seemed good at least it was better than any other which at that moment occurred to anybody, so they followed the priest through the city. The streets were very narrow and dirty. The best houses, the priest explained, were built within walls twenty to twenty five feet high, and such windows as showed in the walls were very high up. The tops of palm trees showed above the walls. The poor people s houses were little square huts with a door and two windows, and smoke coming out of a hole in the back. The poor Egyptians haven t improved so very much in their building since the first time we came to Egypt, whispered Cyril to Anthea. The huts were roofed with palm branches, and everywhere there were chickens, and goats, and little naked children kicking about in the yellow dust. On one roof was a goat, who had climbed up and was eating the dry palm leaves with snorts and head tossings of delight. Over every house door was some sort of figure or shape. Amulets, the priest explained, to keep off the evil eye. I don t think much of your nice Egypt , Robert whispered to Jane it s simply not a patch on Babylon. Ah, you wait till you see the palace, Jane whispered back. The palace was indeed much more magnificent than anything they had yet seen that day, though it would have made but a poor show beside that of the Babylonian King. They came to it throu.
on our gravel Our gravel is all grass, H. O. said. And the girls said, Oh, do let them come It was Alice who said Why not ask them to tea They ll be very tired coming all the way from Maidstone. Would you really like it Albert s uncle asked. face mask children medical disposable I m afraid they ll be but dull dogs, the Antiquities, stuffy old gentlemen with amphorae in their buttonholes instead of orchids, and pedigrees poking out of all their pockets. We laughed because we knew what an amphorae is. If you don t you might look it up in the dicker. It s not a flower, though it sounds like one out of the gardening book, the kind you never hear of anyone growing. Dora said she thought it would be splendid. And we could have out the best china, she said, and decorate the table with flowers. We could have tea in the garden. We ve never had a party since we ve been here. I warn you that your guests may be boresome however, have it your own way, Albert s uncle said and he went off to write the invitation to tea to the Maidstone Antiquities. I know that is the wrong word but somehow we all used it whenever we spoke of them, which was often. In a day or two Albert s uncle came in to tea with a lightly clouded brow. You ve let me in for a nice thing, he said. I asked the Antiquities to tea, and I asked casually how many we might expect. I thought we might need at least the full dozen of the best teacups. Now the secretary writes accepting my kind invitation Oh, good we cried. And how many are coming Oh, only about sixty, was the groaning rejoinder. Perhaps more, should the weather be exceptionally favourable. Though stunned at face mask children medical disposable first, we presently decided that we were pleased. We had never, never given such a big party. The girls were allowed to help in the kitchen, where Mrs Pettigrew made cakes all day long without stopping. They did not let us boys be there, though I cannot see any harm in putting your finger in a cake before it is baked, and then licking your finger, if you are careful to put a different finger in the cake next time. Cake before it is baked is delicious like a sort of cream. Albert s uncle said he was the prey of despair. He drove in to Maidstone one day. When we asked him where he was going, he said To get my hair cut if I keep it this length I shall certainly tear it out by double handfuls in the extremity of my anguish every time I think of those innumerable Antiquities. But we found out afterwards that he really went to borrow china and things to give the Antiquities their tea out of though he did have his hair cut too.d, said the viscount, as he brought forward a rather stout man, with spectacles on his nose, and an odd looking cap or turban on his head, this is Pallonjee Pestonjee, the proprietor of the Victoria Hotel. I am happy to know you, sir, replied the commander, as he took the hand of the gentleman, who was a Parsee, though he did not attempt to pronounce the name. We have half a dozen shigrams here, continued his lordship. What are we to do with them, my Lord asked the captain. They are two horse carriages and, if you please, we will ride to the hotel in them, laughed the distinguished guide. The party seated themselves in the vehicles, which were of English pattern and they saw cabs and omnibuses in the vicinity. Taking Rampart Row, they passed the university, the court house, and other public buildings, into Esplanade Road, leading to their destination, about a mile from the landing. On our right is Byculla, one of the divisions of the city, and a business quarter, where you will find the retail shops, though they are not all here, said the viscount. This locality is generally called the Fort for though its walls have been removed, it retains the old name. Just below the Apollo Bunder, where we landed, are the Grant buildings, or warehouses. Perhaps you saw them from the deck of the ship. Below these, at the extremity of the point, is Colaba, the native town, which is largely occupied by commercial buildings. But we shall ride over this ground germany carbon fiber football face mask protection again, and you will have the opportunity to see the various structures in detail. But the face mask children medical disposable tourists were not very much interested in the buildings for they wanted to see India, its manners and customs, and for the last year they had been seeing edifices as noted as any in the world, though they had yet to be introduced to the temples and palaces of this country, which were different from anything they had seen before. They soon arrived at the Victoria Hotel and the khidmutgars, carrying the light baggage, were not behind them, though they had run all the way from the bunder. The landlord had come in a carriage. Felix McGavonty, who was the captain s clerk, had made out several lists of the passengers, at the request of Lord Tremlyn and one of them had been sent to the hotel, so that their rooms were already assigned to them. Their servants appeared to be familiar with the Victoria, and they were taken to their apartments at once. What the dickens do we want of all these fellows asked Scott when they had been conducted to a room with four beds in it. face mask children medical disposable They will be.rt. He stood first on one foot and then on the other, and suddenly screwed up his face and put his knuckles in his eyes and sat down on a heap of stones by the roadside. When we pulled his hands down he was actually crying. The author does not wish to say it is babyish to cry. Whatever is up we all asked, and Daisy and Dora petted him to get him to say, but he only went on howling, and said it was nothing, only would we go on and leave him, and call for him as we came back. Oswald thought very likely something had given Denny the stomach ache, and he did not like to say so before all of us, so he sent the others away and told them to walk on a bit. Then he said, Now, Denny, don t be a young ass. What is it Is it stomach ache And Denny stopped crying to say No as loud as he could. Well, then, Oswald said, look here, you re spoiling the whole thing. Don t be a jackape, Denny. What is it You won t tell the others if I tell you Not if you say not, Oswald answered in kindly tones. Well, it s my shoes. Take them off, man. You won t laugh NO cried Oswald, so impatiently that the others looked back to see why he was shouting. He waved them away, and with humble gentleness began to undo the black tape sandals. Denny let him, crying hard all the time. When Oswald had got off the first shoe the mystery was made plain to him. Well Of all the he said in proper indignation. Denny quailed though he said he did not but then he doesn t know what quailing is, and if Denny did not quail then Oswald does not know what quailing is either. For when Oswald took the shoe off he naturally chucked it down and gave it a kick, and a lot of little pinky yellow things rolled out. And Oswald look closer at the interesting sight. And the little things were SPLIT peas. Perhaps you ll tell me, said the gentle knight, with the politeness of despair, why on earth you ve played the goat like this Oh, don t be angry, face mask dust protection Denny said and now his shoes were off, he curled and uncurled his toes and stopped crying. I KNEW pilgrims put peas in their shoes and oh, I wish you wouldn t laugh I m not, said Oswald, still with bitter politeness. I didn t want to tell you I was going to, because I wanted to be better than all of you, and white medical face mask street I thought if you knew I was going to you d want to too, and you wouldn t when I said it first. So I just put some peas in my pocket and dropped one or two at a time into my shoes when you weren t looking. In his secret heart Oswald said, Greedy young ass. For it IS greedy to want to have more of anything than other peo.
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After dinner the party assembled in a parlor provided for their use and Lord Tremlyn gave a talk, for he objected to the formality of a lecture. He seated himself in an easy chair, and took from his pocket a little book, to which he occasionally referred. Agra, on the whole, is the handsomest city of Upper India, though of course there may be some difference of opinion in this matter, he began. It is eight hundred and forty one miles north west of Calcutta, and one hundred and forty south east of Delhi. Like Delhi, it is on the Jumna, which is here crossed by a floating bridge. One of the most prominent buildings is the fortress of Akbar, and you must know something of this sovereign in order to understand Agra. He was half mask airsoft face protection known as Akbar the Great, the Mogul emperor of India, and the greatest Asiatic monarch of modern times. He was the son of Houmayoun, whose mausoleum you visited at Delhi. The father was robbed of his throne, and retreated to Persia and it was on the way there that Akbar was born, in 1542. After an exile of twelve years, Houmayoun recovered his throne, but lost his life within a year after his return. The government was committed to the care of a regent, who became a tyrant and the young prince took possession of it himself at the age of eighteen. At this time only a few provinces were subject to the rule of his father but in a dozen years Akbar had made himself master of all the country north of the Vindhya Mountains, or of a line drawn from Baroda to Calcutta, though he was face mask children medical disposable not so fortunate in subduing the southern portion of the peninsula. He was a great conqueror yet, what is not so common with the mighty rulers of the world, past or present, he was a wise and humane monarch, and governed his realm with wisdom and vigor. His rei.and had returned the borrowed garments. The party were impatient to see the strange sights on shore and they were ready at the gangway when the viscount, to whom the commander had abandoned the direction of the company, gave the word. The ladies were assisted to their places, and the Big Four went into the fore sheets. Bargate, the old man of war s man, was the cockswain, and his lordship gave the word to him to give way. Pull to the Apollo Bunder, if you please, my man, said he. Which, your honor asked Bargate blankly. I mean the bit of a basin you see nearly abreast of the ship, the new leader explained, pointing out the locality. The cockswain shoved off the stern of the boat, the oars vietnam war full face protective mask dropped into the water, and the men gave way. It was a pull of but a few minutes, and the barge shot into the basin, and came to a convenient landing place. On the shore they found Mr. Windham, one of the chief officials of the custom house, who had been on board of the ship. He was surrounded by a small mob of young Hindus, neatly safety face shield mask detachable goggles anti dust work eye protection eyewear dressed in the native garments of white cotton. The ladies were assisted to the shore first. All of the party carried small valises or satchels containing the needed articles for a few days stay at a hotel and these natives took possession of them as they landed. What is this man, Sir Modava asked Mrs. Belgrave, as one of them relieved her of the bag she carried. He is your Khidmutgar, madam, replied the Hindu knight, with a smile on his handsome face. My what demanded the lady. And must I pronounce that word Not unless you wish to do so. This man is your servant, your waiter. But what are we to do with such a lot of them inquired Mrs. Belgrave, as she looked upon the group of Hindus. There is only one for each person of the company for every one must have his servant. We are going to the Victoria Hotel, and this Khidmutgar will attend upon you at the table, and do anything you require. I don t think I shall need him all the time, added the lady, who thought he would be a nuisance to her. The young Hindus presented themselves to all the passengers as they landed, taking their small baggage, canes, and umbrellas. Some of them had heard Sir Modava s explanation, and Lord Tremlyn repeated it to others. Most of them had decided to take things as they came, and accepted the custom of the country without any friction. Mrs. Blossom looked rather wildly at the satellite who was to attend to her wants but her good friend told her to say nothing, and she protective face mask with rubber bands how to wear submitted without a word. Captain Ringgol.