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"I thought I had gone through Kingdom's kit pretty thoroughly."
" They were sticking in the falls of the davits belonging to the boat Kingdom went off in," replied Allerton. "I saw him hurrying along the deck from his cabin just before his departure, carrying the log-book and some papers and instruments. I expect he dropped these as he went over the side."
" Sit down, everybody," said the commander, " and we'll see this through. It may concern us all."
The packet contained two letters, together with some invoices and bills of lading referring chiefly to the Orin,oco's cargo of astringent claret.
Hughie glanced through the letters. Then he re -read them with some deliberation. Then he whistled low and expressively. Then he sat up and sighed, gently and contentedly.
" Mr Noddy Kinahan," he said, " is shortly going to wish, with all his benevolent and philanthropic little heart, that he had never been born. And we are the people that are going to make him wish. Listen ! "
He read the two letters aloud. They were brief, but explicit. One contained Kinahan's orders to Kingdom as to the disposal of the Orinoco. The other was a sort of invoice, or consignment note, relating to the person of one Marrable, who had apparently been shipped on board the night before the ship sailed. Each of these documents, it may

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