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slightly shifted his position since Allerton had last seen him, He was now reclining across the passage, with his head sunk on his chest. His feet were bare, and he was attired in a blue jumper and a pair of trousers which had once belonged to a suit of orange-and-red pyjamas. His appearance was not impressive.
Allerton stirred him gently with his foot.
" Wake up, old man," he remarked, ,or there'll be hell-Well, I'm damned!"
For the man had drowsily lifted his heavy head and displayed the features of Hughie Marrable.
They gazed at each other for a full minute. Then Allerton said feebly
" You've preferred the Orinoco to the Apulia after all, then?"
Hughie did not reply. He was running his tongue round his cracked and blackened lips, and tentatively sucking his palate.
" I know that taste," he remarked. " It reminds me of a night I once spent in Canton. I have it opium ! "
Then he tenderly fingered the back of his head, and nodded with the interested air of one who is acquiring a new item of experience.
" I've been filled up with opium before," he said, ,,but this is the first time I've been sand-bagged. I suppose I was sand-bagged first and hocussed afterwards. Yes, that's it."
He looked almost pleased. He was a man who

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