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CHAPTER ELEVEN

The men were not so controlled, and despite the bad weather most of them were on deck when the Sea Hawk finally appeared.
" Ship ho!" yelled the look-out, and a moment later came the cry that Rodney was waiting for-"It's the Sea Hawk, Sir!"
They cheered then, and below decks a minute or so later Lizbeth heard the wounded men cheering, for the word had been carried to them.
" She is safe!" Lizbeth spoke the words in heartfelt tones of thankfulness.
Rodney turned to look down at her. The wind was whipping her hair about her cheeks and it made her look so feminine that a few months ago he would have been filled with terror lest someone guess her identity.
Now, the emotion which filled him was a different one. Her courage made him feel proud, her tired little face made him feel very protective.
" And you, too, are safe!" He spoke softly, but she heard him above the roar of the wind.
" Rodney, you have been wonderful!" She could not help telling him of the wonder and admiration within her heart. He put his arm within hers and with an expression of sheer jubilation cried:
" Together, little Lizbeth, we have done it!"
She felt as if he had placed a crown upon her head. `Together' -the word had a thrill of glory about it, and she loved himloved him with every beat of her heart, with every breath she drew, with every drop of blood in her veins. Rodney, the conqueror, the victor-the man of her dreams!
The men were still cheering, for it was the Sea Hawk right enough with nothing more dangerous to report than a split topmast and a dozen holes in her sails. The sea, which had been running high, abated enough for Master Barlow to come aboard and tell the whole story in detail.
" They fired over the top of us, Sir," he said, which explained the lack of serious damage to the Sea Hawk.
It was one of the faults of the high galleons that they invariably missed the hull of a smaller ship which lay close in beside them.

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