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CHAPTER SEVEN

there. It was not that they stopped work ; it was not that anything was said or done, but in every man there was the same reaction-a sudden relief from tension which swept through the ship as obviously as a cry.
There was a boat waiting for Rodney where the waves lapped languidly against the sands and it took but a few seconds for the seamen manning it to row him to the ship. The bo'sun's pipes shrilled as he came aboard and then, regardless of discipline, of custom and correct procedure, Lizbeth reached him first.
" Thank God you are safe!" she cried.
His face was pale she noticed, but his eyes were shining with some inner excitement. His doublet was dusty and he looked as though he had lain all night in the earth or in some sandy place and had not had a moment since to brush himself clean.
Rodney looked at Lizbeth when she spoke to him, but his first words were for Barlow, who stood a little to one side as if waiting for instructions.
" Everything in order, Master Barlow?"
" The repairs should be finished by noon, Sir. We can put to sea to-night."
Rodney smiled. This was what he wanted to hear.
" Thank you, Master Barlow. I wish to speak to the entire ship's company."
" Now, Sir?"
Barlow glanced for the first time at Rodney's clothes. Lizbeth knew that he was thinking of the breakfast that Hapley had waiting in the cabin. Rodney also needed a shave, but with his usual impatience with such trifles he said sharply:
" At once, Master Barlow!"
" Aye, aye, Sir."
The command was given for `all hands on deck' and the men came tumbling up from below with a haste which bespoke their eagerness. Only the blacksmiths, the men working with them, and the sentries on the cliffs were missing.
Rodney looked down on the crowd of faces upturned to his. They were a fine lot, he thought suddenly, English every manJack of them, and not one that he would not be glad to have by

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