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feared. Instinctively Lizbeth moved forward and Don Miguel followed her.
Men were hurrying about the decks and Rodney stood watching them. There was something in his attitude, in the breadth of his shoulders and the carriage of his head which made Lizbeth feel suddenly proud of him. He was a born commander. She had not been at sea with him for over two months without learning that his methods might be unorthodox, but they ensured results ; that the men not only adored him, they also trusted him. They were ready, Lizbeth knew, now, to do anything that he asked of them, and the same could be said of his officers.
He had the power of leadership ; and as she watched him now, Lizbeth knew that in Rodney lay the makings of a great Englishman. He was young yet, but one day, she thought with a sudden perceptive clairvoyance, he would rank with Drake, Frobisher and Hawkins and all those others who were already acknowledged heroes-Elizabeth's men, who were making the name of England feared and venerated, loved and envied over the whole known world.
" I believe in you!"
She wanted to cry the words aloud, she wanted to run to him, to look up into his eyes and tell him that she had faith in him, not only because she loved him, but also because some finer, more spiritual part of herself recognized the potential greatness of him.
And yet she could do nothing but stand there with turmoil all around her, small and insignificant in a world of hurrying and purposeful men. As if something of the intensity of her feelings communicated itself to Rodney, he turned and walked over to where she stood. Ignoring Don Miguel, he spoke only to her.
" We are for home," he said.
The gladness in his own face found an echo in hers.
" You have achieved all you set out to do," she answered, thinking only of him.
He looked across the sea, then at the Sea Hawk, and then back to the wide decks and the rich ornamentation of the Santa Perpetua.

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