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CHAPTER SEVEN

"There are several poisons, I think, in the doctor's cabinet," Lizbeth said in a low voice.
" Let us pray they will not be used," Rodney answered.
Lizbeth threw back her head.;
" I am not afraid to die. That is why I would like to come with you."
" I did not know that women had such courage," Rodney said.
She smiled at that.
" I believe you know very little about women, after all."
" Or perhaps merely very little about you," Rodney replied.
She looked up at him at that and for a moment their eyes held each other. Then he started as if he had forgotten the time. Instinctively she put out her hands towards him.
" Take care of yourself, Rodney," she pleaded.
He hesitated for a moment as if he would say something in reply and then he put his hand on her shoulder, an easy, affectionate gesture of good fellowship that he might have made towards Francis.
" I shall be safe enough," he smiled.
He was gone then. A moment later Lizbeth heard him give a series of commands. Slowly she went to the door and out on to the deck. The men were already in the boat and Rodney wa's going over the side to join them. They had all of them stripped their shirts from their bodies, Rodney included. Their feet were bare, each wore a sword belt and cutlass and a sharp knife which he would carry in his teeth when he swam.
There was an hour yet before darkness and they had to get round the more dangerous part of the coast before they could lie in wait. Rodney had not anticipated that it would be as nerve-racking as it was, moving out to sea and then along beneath the cliff, keeping a look-out all the time for watchers from above or for a ship at sea.
The way itself was tricky, for in several places there was a deep undercurrent. There were also half-submerged coral reefs which might easily tear a hole in the boat. But at length they came to the place which the Indian had indicated as being the best place of concealment until darkness fell.
It would not be long now, Rodney thought, and welcomed a

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