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no. It's jist Providence, I doot," he added rather apologetically, with the air of one who should have thought of this_ sooner.
Then he uprose from his seat on an inverted bucket.
" Before I gang ben, sir," he concluded, "tae change ma feet and ma breeks, I'll tak' the liberty tae inquire of you what you propose tae dae next. Maircy me! Yon's Walsh."
Two figures had appeared round the corner of the chart-house, their presence on the far side thereof having been advertised for some time by the clanking of the deck -pumps. (Mr Angus's precaution of blowing off steam before leaving had put mechanical assistance in getting rid of the water out of the question for the time being.)
" Yes, it's me," said Walsh, who, it will be remembered, was the Second Engineer, to whom Hughie had recently been acting as deputy. "I should have come on duty at eight bells to relieve Angus, but I slept right through everything till Mr Marrable found me in my bunk an hour or two ago. I expect they put something in my grog last night."
" It's quite a hobby of theirs," said Allerton drily. "Mr Marrable, I have found something that may be useful to us."
He handed his superior officer a damp but undamaged little packet of papers.
" Where did you find them?" asked Hughie.

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