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CHAPTER EIGHT

taking in every detail of the galleon; her broad beam, low projecting bulkhead and square stern; her poop towering into the air like a castle ; her taff'rail three and four feet thick behind which gleamed half a dozen wide-mouthed guns-polished brass culverins and demi-cannon.
Barlow gaped at the woodwork glittering with gilt insignia, elaborate carvings and armorial escutcheons, while the sculptured figureheads, the queer, tall octagonal lanterns perched on painted posts on the poop and the complicity rigging were to him all figures of fun.
" By the soul of King Harry!"
It was Barlow's most expressive oath and only used when he was deeply moved.
" She's the most wonderful ship I have ever seen," Lizbeth said, drawing in a deep breath. "Please tell us everything. How did you capture her? Was there any fighting?"
" It all went according to plan," Rodney said, looking at Barlow and not at her. "Are Master Gadstone and his band on board?"
" Yes, Sir."
Rodney smiled. It was the one thing about which he had been worried.
" Then let us view our new possession, after which we had best make for some quiet harbour where we can inspect her cargo undisturbed. Did the Indian return with Master
Gadstone ?"
Barlow nodded.
" Yes, Sir. Excited as a child he was, and Master Gadstone the same way."
Rodney laughed.
" There was something to be excited about this time."
He turned as he spoke to lead the way to the after cabin; and then, as they reached it, through the open door on to the deck came a man. For a moment they were all too surprised to do anything but stare at him in astonishment.
He was young, extremely good-looking, with an olive skin and dark eyes which proclaimed his Spanish origin. He wore a claret-coloured doublet and breeches of the same hue; his stockings were a lighter shade and his small ruff was piped

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