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CHAPTER ELEVEN

paled into insignificance beside the happiness and the laughter and the times when Rodney and she had shared a companionship such as she had never known in the whole of her life before. She would never know it again, she thought. She must go back to Camfield, to her father and stepmother, to Phillida and Francis and the safe security of her home.
It all seemed so petty and trivial and unimportant compared with the life she had lived aboard Rodney's ships and at Rodney's side. But they would be in port to-morrow. There was nothing for her to do but say good-bye with as much dignity and control as she could achieve.
Rodney was looking at her as she sat with her elbows on the table, her little chin resting on her hands. The white starched linen which had been Francis' ruff framed her hair and the green satin of her doublet echoed her eyes. "Are you content with what we have achieved?"
He asked the question although he knew the answer. "No one could have done more!"
There was a thrill in her voice and he felt absurdly pleased by her praise even while he expected it.
" I have been singularly fortunate."
" As I foretold!"
He smiled.
" You will be burnt as a witch. Faith, but I am afraid of your predictions ! "
" Why, when they are in your favour?" Lizbeth asked.
" You yourself are unpredictable-you come aboard my ship in disguise. You are a woman and yet you bring me good luck. If it had been otherwise, I should have suspected you of the evil eye."
" Instead-how will you reward me?"
Lizbeth was teasing him, the candlelight revealed the sparkle in her eyes.
" What shall I give you? The emerald necklace?"
It was the first time he had referred to the jewels since they
had fought over them and his suspicions of her.
" It belongs to the shareholders," she said coolly.
" Of which I am one ; also I am the Captain of a successful ship who can take his first pick of the spoils. If I remember

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