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closed over them-Tom, Dick, and Harry, saying for ever good-bye to beer and skittles, tea and wads, the dawn they'd never see again, wives and children, love and life. They drowned by inches in the cold, empty ocean, because it was expected of them that, there being no chance of getting away, they die like Englishmen.
That's an old story, like the death of Nelson. Weit is typical of us-hide our admiration in our hearts, and giggle at "Kiss me, Hardy", and "England expects . . ."
But Nelson knew exactly what to say on his last memorable naval occasion. Emotional as a ballerina, but calm as the Angel of Death in crisis; sick as a dog at the heave of a ship, yet dragged out on to the ocean by the ancient sea-wolf that tugged inside him; Norfolk Puritan salted with old Scandinavian-there was plenty of the pale fire-water in his mixture; and something sweet, too, for he could be gentle as a woman. He was a very gentle Englishman; a very English gentleman.
But you can imagine the French admiral making a song and dance about glory, honour, death, the France, liberty, the Emperor, Maren;o, Austerlitz, the illustrious memory of Monsieur Chose, and so to the peroration. Nelson merely said, in effect: "Being Englishmen, fight to the death."
That was the duty England expected of them. And there is no doubt at all that in every ship in the English fleet, sailors, treated much worse than dogs and scarred as much by punitive flogging as by battle,

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