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Now, tell me He turned to the girl, but before he had time to speak the question there was a loud shout, and a man bounded in through the opening in the thorn hedge. Many foes are upon us he cried. Make ready the defences His breath only served for that, and he lay panting on the ground. Oh, DO let s go home said Jane. Look here I don t care I WILL She protective face mask for mass destruction held up the charm. Fortunately all the strange, fair people were too busy to notice HER. She held up the charm. And nothing happened. You haven t said the word of power, said Anthea. Jane hastily said it and still nothing happened. Hold it up towards the East, you silly said Robert. Which IS the medical face mask plastic East said Jane, dancing about in her agony of terror. Nobody knew. So they opened the fish bag to ask the Psammead. And the bag had only a waterproof sheet in it. The Psammead was gone. Hide the sacred thing Hide it Hide it whispered the girl. Cyril shrugged his shoulders, and tried to look as brave as he knew he ought to feel. Hide it up, Pussy, he said. We are in for it now. We ve just got to stay and see it out. CHAPTER 5. THE FIGHT IN THE VILLAGE Here was a horrible position Four English children, whose proper date was A.D. 1905, and whose proper address was London, set down in Egypt in the year 6000 B.C. with no means whatever of getting back into their own time and place. They could not find the East, and the sun was of no use at the moment, because some officious person had once explained to Cyril that the sun did not really set in the West at all nor rise in the East either, for the matter of that. The Psammead had crept out of the bass bag when they were not looking and had basely deserted them. An enemy was approaching. There would be a f.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 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 in a stream across the grass where we had dug a little channel for it and the protective face mask for mass destruction 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, 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 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 gowns. I ll make them sashes to tie round their little middles, he said. 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. 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Don t you see those men standing upon something, or clinging to whatever floats them They are having a close call but I hope we shall be able to save them, replied the third officer. The captain had gone to the pilot house, from the windows of which the wreck could be seen very plainly, as its distance from the ship was rapidly reduced. By this time the entire crew had rushed to the deck, and were waiting for orders on the forecastle. Mr. Boulong, with his boat s crew, had gone to the starboard quarter, where the first cutter was swung in on her protective face mask for mass destruction davits. The boat pulled six oars, and the cockswain made seven hands. With these the cutter wad quickly swung out, and the crew took their places in her, the bowman at the forward tackle, and the cockswain at the after. It was the same crew with which the first officer had boarded the Blanche when she was in imminent peril of going down, and he had entire confidence both in their will and their muscle. He stood on the rail, holding on at the main shrouds, ready for further orders. In the pilot house, with both quartermasters at the wheel, the captain was still observing with his glass the men in momentary peril of being washed face mask n disposable respirator from their insecure position into the boiling sea. Felix had gone aft with the first officer, and had assisted in shoving out the first cutter from the skids inboard, and Louis had come into the pilot house with Scott. Has any one counted the number of men on the wreck, best medical face masks or whatever it is inquired the commander. There are eleven of them, promptly replied Scott, who, as an officer of the ship, was in his element, and.pire. Now you can see the islands more distinctly, said Lord Tremlyn to his group. I don t see any islands, replied Miss Blanche. They are too near together to be distinguished separately. The Bombay to which we are going is an island eleven and a half miles long. The town has an abundant territory but large as it is, portions of it are very densely peopled, averaging twenty one inmates to a house, continued the viscount. Next to Calcutta it is the largest city in India, and comes within 40,000 of that. Bombay has had its vicissitudes. Of course you know that your Civil War produced a cotton famine in Europe but it raised this city to the pinnacle of prosperity. A reign of speculation came here, and it was believed that Bombay would be the leading cotton mart of the world. Companies were organized to develop the resources of the country in the textile plant and the fever raged as high as it did when the South Sea Bubble was blown up, or as it has sometimes in New York and other cities of your country. New banks were started merchants plunged recklessly into the vortex of speculation. Then came the news of the surrender of General Lee, and the end of the war in America. The bubble burst, even before it was fully inflated, and the business prosperity of Bombay collapsed. The certificates of shares in companies and banks were not worth the paper on which they were written. Even the Bank of Bombay, believed to be as solid as the Old Lady of Threadneedle Street, had to suspend, and the commercial distress was frightful. But it left its lesson behind it and since that time Bombay has patiently and painfully regained its former solid prosperity. It has recovered what it lost, and is now steadily increasing in population and wealth. I never heard of the South Sea Bubble of which you speak, said Louis. That is not strange, as it was an affair of one hundred and eighty one years ago, replied Lord Tremlyn. I have not time now to describe it in full. The floating debt of England at that time was pound 10,000,000 and the Earl of Oxford concocted a scheme to pay it off, and formed a company of merchants for that purpose. The riches of the South Sea Islands, including South America, were most extravagantly estimated at that time, and the monopoly of the trade was secured by the company formed. The South Sea Company was bolstered up by the pledge of the duties on the imports from these far off regions, and the shares sold like wild fire, increasing in price in the most extraordinary manner. Shares at a par of poun.onders of the great cities and they were not diffident in the expression of their wishes when the commander called a meeting in Conference Hall to consider what ports the Guardian Mother should visit next, as well as to inform the tourists in regard to the islands in the immediate does full face gas mask protect from tear gas protective face mask for mass destruction vicinity. Those who are interested in the decision of the company, and in the events which followed in consequence of it, are referred to the next volume of the series HALF ROUND THE WORLD OR, SOME ADVENTURES AMONG THE UNCIVILIZED. The End.
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