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my dear fellow, he continued, with the air of a man who knew his world thoroughly, which, to do him justice, he certainly did, you surely do not imagine for an instant that miss verney has forgotten that well leave miss verney out of the question, jimmy, if you dont mind, replied browne, with rather a different intonation.i thought that would make him wince, murmured jimmy to himself; and then added aloud, never mind, old man; we wont pursue the subject any further.its not a nice one, and weve plenty else to think about, have we not?let me tell you, i am looking forward to this little business more than i have ever done to anything.the only regret i have about it is that there does not appear to be any probability of our having some fighting.i must confess i should like to have a brush with the enemy, if possible.in that case we should be lost men, browne replied.no; whatever we do, we must avoid coming into actual conflict with the authorities.by the way, what about maas? i saw him this morning, foote replied.i told him what arrangements we had made, and he will meet us whenever and wherever we wish.he seemed quite elated over the prospect of the voyage, and told me he thought it awfully good of you to take him.after all, hes not a bad sort of fellow.there is only one thing i dont like about him, and that is his predilection for wishing people to think he is in a delicate state of health.and you dont think he is? said browne.of course i dont, jimmy replied.why, only this morning i was with him more than an hour, and he didnt cough once; and yet he was continually pointing out to me that it was so necessary for his healthfor his lungs, in factthat he should go out of england at once.it is my idea that he is hypochondriacal.whatever he is, i wish to goodness he had chosen any other time for wanting to accompany us.i have a sort of notion that his presence on board will bring us bad luck.nonsense, said his matteroffact friend.why should it?maas could do us no harm, even supposing he wanted to.and hes certain not to have any desire that way.well, answered browne, that is what i feel, and yet i cant make out why i should do so.as he said this he pressed the ring katharine had given him, and remembered that that was his talisman, and that she had told him that, while he wore it, he could come to no harm.with that on his finger, and his love for her in his heart, it would be wonderful indeed if he could not fulfil the task he had set himself to do.it is strange how ignorant we are of the doings, and indeed of the very lives, of our fellowmen.i do not mean the actions which, in the broad light of day, lie in the ordinary routine of life, but those more important circumstances which are not seen, but make up, and help to weave the skein of each mans destiny.for instance, had a certain wellknown official in the office of the secretary of state for foreign affairs, who stood upon the platform of waterloo station, waiting for the train that was to carry him to the residence of a friend at woking, dreamt for an instant that the three gentlemen he nodded so affably to, and who were standing at the door of a saloon carriage in the same train, were leaving england next day, in order to cause considerable trouble to a power that, at the moment had shown signs of being friendly, what would his feelings have been?he did not know it, however; so he seated himself in his comfortable smokingcarriage, lit a cigar, and read his sunday paper, quite unconscious of the circumstances.it was nearly eight oclock before they readied southampton.when they did they made their way to the harbour, where a steamlaunch from the yacht was awaiting them.the _lotus blossom_ herself lay off the royal pier; and when they reached her, captain mason received them at the gangway.well, mason, said browne, is everything ready for the start tomorrow? everything is ready, sir, mason replied.you have only to say when you desire to get off, and well up anchor.browne thought that he would like to get under way at once; but it could not be.he looked along the snowwhite decks and upon the polished brasswork, and thought of the day that he had left the boat when she was anchored in the harbour of merok, to accompany his guests on their walk to the falls, and of the wonderful things that had happened since then.before many weeks had passed over their heads he hoped that katherine herself would be standing on these selfsame decks.he pictured the delight he would feel in showing her over his trim and beautiful vessel, and thought of the long conversations they would have on deck at night, and of the happiness they would feel when they were speeding towards safety once more, with the rescued man on board.what they were to do with her father, when they had got him, was one thing he wanted to leave to katherine to decide.he was awakened from these dreams by foote, who inquired whether he intended to allow his guests to remain on deck all night, or whether he was going to take them below.i beg your pardon, said browne.its awfully rude of me to keep you standing here like this.come along.they accordingly made their way down the companionladder to the saloon below.everything had been prepared for their reception, and the stewards were already laying dinner as they entered.having finished that important meal, and drunk the toast of a pleasant voyage, they ascended to the deck once more, when foote and maas made their way to the smokingroom, while browne went up to the bridge to have a talk with the captain.when he descended again, he announced to his guests that the yacht would be got under way as soon as it was light in the morning, and that the first coalingplace would be gibraltar.bravo! said jimmy, rapping the table with his pipe.thank goodness, by midday we shall be well out in the channel.at the same moment maass cigar slipped from between his fingers and dropped on the floor.he bent down to pick it up, but at first could not find it.by the time he had done so the conversation had changed, and browne had drawn his watch from his pocket
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