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sea-coast ; and straight before them uprose what ~ looked like a rocky island, with a homely-looking white lighthouse perched half-way up its rugged i face.
" If that land to the right is Ireland," said Hughie, "we can't be very far from Scotland. I' wonder what that great rock ahead of us can be. Lucky we didn't reach it a couple of hours ago! "
" Don't you think," suggested Allerton, putting ~ his head out of the engine-room hatchway, "that as we have a pukka Scot on board, we had better rouse him up and see if he can identify his native land? "
It was Goble's turn for sleep, but Allerton's suggestion was adopted, and he was haled on deck.
" Do you happen to recognise that island straight ahead, Mr Goble ?" inquired Hughie.
Goble surveyed the rock and the lighthouse, and though his countenance remained unmoved, his eye lit up with proprietary pride.
" Island? Yon's no' an island," he replied: "Tis Scotland hersel'. Sir, 'tis the Mull o Kintyre ! It rins straight awa' back tae Argyllshire. We're at the varra mouth o' the Clyde, c We micht hae been drawed there across the Atlantic by a bit string ! God presairve us, it's a miracle ! "
" The Clyde?" shouted Hughie. It seemed too utterly good to be true. "Are you sure, Goble ? Is that really the Mull?"
" Sure?" Goble's expression was a mixture of

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