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THE ALTERNATIVE ROUTE

You kad to make some sort of demonstration, of course, to put the fear of death into these new hands, but I regret that you should have singled me out as the corpus vile-you don't know what that means, I daresay : never mind! - because you have shaken up my wits so much, besides nearly breaking my hipbone, that I shall have to pause and consider a minute before I remember where I did see the geutleman: '
If the captain had been Mr Gates he would probably have felled Allerton to the deck a second time. As it was, he shuffled his feet uncomfortably and glared. The broken man before him, when all was said and done, was his superior ; and the captain, who was of sufficiently refined clay to be sensitive to social distinctions, was angrily conscious of that sense of sheepish uneasiness which obsesses the cad, however exalted, in the presence of a gentleman, however degraded
Allerton continued
" I remember now, captain. The man was lying in the alley-way leading to the companion. I'll go and see how he is getting on. Beep your seats, gentlemen."
He dived down the fore-hatchway, just in time to escape the itching boot of the unimpressionable Mr Gates, and proceeded between decks towards the stern. Presently he came to the alley-way in question. The man was still there. but had

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