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upon his offence by interrupting the captain's peroration.
" Look here, skipper," he said, brusquely breaking in upon a period, "you can drop that. My name is Marrable. I am not a stowaway, and I have been dumped on board this ship by order of"
" Your name," said Captain Kingdom with relish, " is anything I choose to call you ; and as you stowed yourself away on board "
" Look here," said Hughie, "I want a word with you-in your own cabin for choice. All right," he continued with rising voice, as the captain broke out again, "I'll have it here instead. First of all, what is Mr Noddy Kinahan paying you for this job?"
The captain turned to the mate.
" Sock him, Mr Gates!" he roared.
Mr Gates, whose curiosity- together with that of the rest of the crew - had been roused, as Hughie meant it to be, by the latter's reference to Mr Nodd,y Kinahan's share in the present situation, moved forward to his task with less alacrity than usual, and paused readily enough when Hughie continued
" If you'll put back, captain, and land me anywhere within a hundred miles of New York, I'll give you double what Kinahan is paying you for this job."
" You look like a man with money, Imust say !" replied Kingdom. " Now then, Mr Gates t"

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