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CHAPTER SEVEN

I know, carry them out to the best of your ability. A mistake on the part of one may mean the death of all. There is no need for me to point out to you that we are greatly out-numbered in fighting strength. We despise the Spaniards but we should be foolish indeed if we under-estimate them. They have been well trained in the art of fighting hand to hand."
Rodney paused and then, as the men seemed still to be waiting, as he felt the excitement radiating from them and saw by the expression on every face the elation they were feeling, he did not dismiss them as he intended, but continued:
" There is one other thing I would say to you. Before I left England, before I went to Plymouth to buy the Sea Hawk I stayed a few nights in Whitehall. I was not privileged to meet our Queen, but I saw Her Majesty, in fact I stood within a few feet of her.
" I was passing through the Stone Gallery when the Queen, surrounded by her couriers and Ladies-in-Waiting, came into the Gallery from the gardens. I had not been expecting to see Her Majesty and like the other people there I stood to one side, awed and surprised at her sudden appearance.
" It was a dull day, but it seemed to me as if the sun had suddenly come out. She is not tall, our Queen, and yet when one sees her, one feels that she is the greatest woman on whom one has ever set eyes. She has a dignity and grace which give her a beauty beyond words. I would like to describe her to you and yet it is impossible.
" When one is away from her, one thinks of Queen Elizabeth the woman ; but when she is there, you know you are in the presence of England-this country which has bred us and which we all love because it is ours.
" I watched the Queen pass and I knew then that she was the personification of all that we struggle for, all we try to attain and all for which we will, if necessary, give our lives. She is our Queen; she is Gloriana; she is England!"
Every man listening seemed to draw a deep breath and then, without another word, Rodney turned and walked across the deck to the after cabin. There was silence for several seconds, a tribute to an orator who had moved them, to words which were echoed by every man in his heart; and then,

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