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We were floated by our life preservers till your boats picked us up, though we were fearfully shaken and tossed about by the waves. Our gallant saviours know how we were rescued all honor and glory to them The doctor finished his explanation and took his seat. CHAPTER VIII AN INTERVIEW IN THE CAPTAIN S CABIN Sir Modava is personally acquainted with all the native princes and he and his lordship are regarded by them as second only to the viceroy, as he is often unofficially designated. Every door in India, except those of a few mosques and Parsee temples, open to them, and face mask sun protection procure for them and their friends all the privileges that can reasonably be expected. We respect the religious exclusiveness of the sects, and do not ask them to exempt our people from the operation of their rules and customs. The British government rules India in the spirit of kindness and toleration, and interferes with the religious, or even political, institutions only so far as humanity and progressive civilization require. Both of them propose to volunteer to attend you in your travels in the peninsula, if agreeable to you. We should be delighted to have such conductors, and I shall gladly pay all the expenses incurred, the commander declared, with an earnestness that attested his sincerity. The expense is a matter of no consequence to the two gentlemen for both of them would be multimillionaires in America, though pounds don t count so numerously as dollars. I roscoe medical full face cpap mask am not at all sure they wouldn t gladly pay the expenses of your party as well as their own but I am not authorized to speak on this point. I advise you not to mention expense to either of my associates. But you can f.ion because Mrs Blake she is the housekeeper came up and turned off the gas. But next morning medical face mask at menards when we were having breakfast, and the two strangers were sitting there medical face mask at menards so pink and clean, Oswald suddenly said I know we ll have a jungle in the garden. And the others agreed, and we talked about it till brek was over. The little strangers only said I don t know whenever we said anything to them. After brekker Oswald beckoned his brothers and sisters mysteriously apart and said Do you agree to let me be captain today, because I thought of it And they said they would. Then he said, medical face mask at menards We ll play Jungle Book, and I shall be Mowgli. The rest of you can be what you like Mowgli s father and mother, or any of the beasts. I don t suppose they know the book, said Noel. They don t look as if they read anything, except at lesson times. Then they can go on being beasts all the time, Oswald said. Anyone can be a beast. So it was settled. And now Oswald Albert s uncle has sometimes said he is clever at arranging things began to lay his plans for the jungle. The day was indeed well chosen. Our Indian uncle was away Father was away Mrs Blake was going away, and the housemaid had an afternoon off. Oswald s first conscious act was to get rid of sun protection face masks the white mice I mean the little good visitors. He explained to them that there would be a play in the afternoon, and they could be what they liked, and gave them the Jungle Book to read the stories he told them to all the ones about Mowgli. He led the strangers to a secluded spot among the sea kale pots in the kitchen garden and left them. Then he went back to the others, and we had a jolly morning under the cedar talking about what we would do when Blakie was gone. She went just after our dinner. When we asked Denny what he would like to medical face mask at menards be in the play, it turned out he had not read the stories Oswald told him at all, but only the White Seal and Rikki Tikki. We then agreed to make the jungle first and dress up for our parts afterwards. Oswald was a little uncomfortable about leaving the strangers alone all the morning, so he said Denny should be his aide de camp, and he was really quite useful. He is rather handy with his fingers, and things that he does up do not come untied. Daisy might have come too, but she wanted to go on reading, so we let her, which is the truest manners to a visitor. Of course the shrubbery was to be the jungle, and the lawn under the cedar a forest glade, and then we began to collect the things. The cedar lawn is just nicely out of the way of the windows
n who could be no other than the maharajah. He was dressed in the most magnificent robes of India, covered with jewels in ornamental profusion. That is the Guicowar, said the Hindu guide. He is doing us great honor in coming out in this manner to welcome us. As soon as he discovered the party, the ruler dismounted nimbly from his noble steed, and, attended by some high officers, advanced to meet them. A sort of procession was hastily formed with Lord Tremlyn at the head of it for he was the most distinguished person, and in some sense the representative of the British home government. The Italian band of the general, as soon as the native band ceased, struck up Hail, to the chief The party encountered the king, who rushed up to the viscount, and seized him by the hand, as not all kings are in the habit of doing. They talked together for a few moments, when his Highness happened to see Sir Modava, and rushed to him, seizing him in a semi embrace, clasping the Hindu with his right hand while the left encircled his shoulder. The potentate was profuse in his congratulations to the two gentlemen on their escape from death in the shipwreck, and medical face mask at menards this afforded Lord Tremlyn an opportunity to present Captain Ringgold as the commander of the steamer that had saved them. He is my friend, then, said the Maharajah, as he gave him no equivocal shake of the hand. Then Louis and his mother were presented and described, and received an equally warm welcome. But the prince decided to receive the rest of the party at the palace, and they were requested to mount the elephants. The ladies were timid about it but Louis told his mother that she must get up into the howdah as though she had been riding elephants all her life, and she did so, the others following her example. Louis assisted his mother first, and then Miss Blanche. They were all seated on medical face mask at menards the huge beasts, and the procession started, the Italian band following the native, and playing when they ceased to do so. CHAPTER XXV FELIX MCGAVONTY BRINGS DOWN SOME SNAKES Well, what do you think of this asked Captain Ringgold, turning to Mrs. Belgrave, as the elephant moved off. I don t feel quite at home up here, she replied, holding on with both hands at the side of the howdah. I think it is nice, added Miss Blanche. It seems very much like riding on a camel, only there is more motion. It is a good place to see everything there is to be seen, suggested Louis, as he looked about him. The king is taking us to his palace in high style. If he meant to astonish us, he has.village for Eiffel Tower lemonade. We bought seven and sixpence worth then we made a great label to say what the bar was for. Then there was nothing else to do except to make rosettes out of a blue sash of Daisy s to show we belonged to the Benevolent Bar. The next day was as hot as ever. We rose early from our innocent slumbers, and went out to the Dover Road to the spot we had marked down the day before. It was at a cross roads, so as to be able to give drinks to as many people as possible. We hid the awning and poles behind the hedge and went home to brekker. After break we got the big zinc bath they wash clothes in, and after filling it with clean water we just had to empty it again because it was too heavy to lift. So we carried it vacant to the trysting spot and left H. O. and Noel to guard it while we went and fetched separate pails of water very heavy work, and no one who wasn t really benevolent would have bothered about it for an instant. Oswald alone carried three pails. So did Dicky and the Dentist. Then we rolled down some empty barrels and stood up three of them by the roadside, and put planks on them. This made a very first class table, and we covered it with the best tablecloth we could find in the linen cupboard. We brought out several glasses and some teacups not the best ones, Oswald was firm about that and the kettle and spirit lamp and the tea pot, in case any weary tramp woman fancied a cup of tea instead of Eiffel Tower. H. O. and Noel had to go down to the shop for tea they need not have grumbled they had not carried any of the water. And their having to go the second time was only because we forgot to tell them to get some real lemons to put on the bar to show what the drink would be like when you got it. The man at the shop kindly gave us tick for the lemons, and we cashed up out of our next week s pocket money. Two or three people passed while we were getting things ready, but no one said anything except the man who said, Bloomin Sunday school treat , and as it was too early in the day for anyone to be thirsty we did not stop the wayfarers to tell them their thirst could be slaked without cost at our Benevolent Bar. But when everything was quite ready, and our blue rosettes fastened on our breasts over our benevolent hearts, we stuck up the great placard we had made with Benevolent Bar. Free Drinks to all Weary Travellers , in white wadding on red calico, like Christmas decorations in church. We had meant to fasten this to the edge of the awning, but we had to pin it to.in. Not in the least, said Albert s uncle but the Treasurer and Secretary were charmed by your ingenious preparations for their reception. We didn t want them to be disappointed, said Dora. They weren t, said Albert s uncle. Steady on with those plums, H.O. A little way beyond the treasure you had prepared for them they found two specimens of REAL Roman pottery which sent protective face mask every man jack of them home thanking his stars he had been born a happy little Antiquary child. Those were our jugs, said Alice, and we really HAVE sold the Antiquities. She unfolded the tale about our getting the jugs and burying them in the moonlight, and the mound and the others listened with deeply respectful interest. We really have done it this time, haven t we she added in tones of well deserved triumph. But Oswald had noticed a queer look about Albert s uncle from almost the beginning of Alice s recital and he now had the sensation of something being up, which has on other occasions frozen his noble blood. The silence of Albert s uncle now froze it yet more Arcticly. Haven t we repeated Alice, unconscious of what her sensitive brother s delicate feelings had already got hold of. We have done it this time, haven t we Since you ask me thus pointedly, answered Albert s uncle at last, I cannot but confess that I think you have indeed done it. Those pots on the top of the library cupboard ARE medical face mask at menards Roman pottery. The amphorae which you hid in the mound are probably I can t say for certain, mind priceless. They are the property of the owner of this house. You have taken them out and buried them. The President of the Maidstone Antiquarian Society has taken them away in his bag. Now what are you going to do Alice and I did not know what to say, or where to look. The others added to our pained position by some ungenerous murmurs about our not being so jolly clever as we thought ourselves. There was a very far from pleasing silence. Then Oswald got up. He said Alice, medical grade level 3 face mask come here a sec I want to speak to you. As Albert s uncle had offered no advice, Oswald disdained to ask him for any. Alice got up too, and she and Oswald went into the garden, and sat down on the bench under the quince tree, and wished they had never tried to have a private lark of their very own with the Antiquities A Private Sale , Albert s uncle called it afterwards. But regrets, as nearly always happens, were vain. Something had to be done. But what Oswald and Alice sat in silent desperateness, and the voices of the gay and careless others came to them from the lawn, medical face mask at menards whe.
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And at last we did not find it, but we were found by a good, kind Indian uncle, who helped Father with his business, so that Father was able to take us all to live in a jolly big red house on Blackheath, instead of in the Lewisham Road, where we lived when we were only poor but honest Treasure Seekers. When we were poor but honest we always used to think that if only Father had plenty of business, and we did not have to go short of pocket money and wear shabby clothes I don t mind this myself, but the girls medical face mask at menards do , we should be happy and very, very good. And when we were taken to the beautiful big Blackheath house we thought now all would be well, because it was a house with vineries and pineries, and gas and water, and shrubberies and stabling, and replete with every modern convenience, like it says in Dyer Hilton s list of Eligible House Property. I read all about it, and I have copied the words quite right. It is a beautiful house, all the furniture solid and strong, no casters off the chairs, and the tables not scratched, and the silver not dented and lots medical face mask at menards of servants, and the most decent meals every day and lots of pocket money. But it is wonderful how soon you get used to things, even the things you want most. Our watches, for instance. We wanted them frightfully but when I had mine a week or two, after the mainspring got broken and was repaired at Bennett s in the village, I hardly cared to look at the works at all, and it did not make me feel happy in my heart any more, though, of course, I should have been very unhappy if it had been taken away from me. And the same with new clothes and nice dinners and having enough of everyt.o other shelter. Cyril pulled out a javelin that had stuck in the roof of the hut beside him. Its head was medical face mask at menards of brightly burnished copper. 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Cyril noticed that every now and then certain of the fighting men would enter the maze, and come out with brighter faces, a braver aspect, and a more upright carriage. I believe they go and touch the Amulet, he said. You know the Psammead said it could make people brave. They crept through the disposable sheet face mask maze, and watching they saw that Cyril was right. A headman was standing in front of the skin curtain, and as the warriors came before him he murmured a word they could not hear, and touched their foreheads with something that they could not see. And this something he held in his hands. And through his fingers they saw the gleam of a red stone that they knew. The fight raged across the thorn hedge outside. Suddenly there was a loud and bitter cry. They re amazon medical face masks in They re in The hedge is down The headman disappeared behind the deer skin curtain. He s gone to hide it, said Anthea. 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