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They started to walk to St James s Park, and all their pockets were stuffed with bits of bread and the crusts of toast, to feed the ducks with. They started, I repeat, but they never got there. Between Fitzroy Street and St James s Park there are a great many streets, and, if you go the right way you will pass a great many shops that you cannot possibly help medical face mask rite aid stopping to look at. The children stopped to look at several with gold lace and beads and pictures and jewellery and dresses, and hats, and oysters and lobsters in their windows, and their sorrow did not seem nearly so impossible to bear as it had done in the best parlour at No. 300, Fitzroy Street. Presently, by some wonderful chance turn of Robert s who had been voted Captain because the girls thought it would be good for him and indeed he thought so himself and of course Cyril couldn t vote against him because it would have looked like a mean jealousy , they came into the little interesting criss crossy streets that held the most interesting shops of all the shops where live things were sold. There was one shop window entirely filled with cages, and all sorts of beautiful birds in them. The children were delighted till they remembered how they had once wished for wings themselves, and had had them and then they felt how desperately unhappy anything with wings must be if it is shut up in a cage and not allowed to fly. It must be fairly beastly to be a bird in a cage, said Cyril. Come on They went on, and Cyril tried to think out a scheme for making his fortune as a gold digger at Klondyke, and then buying all the caged birds in the world and setting them free. Then they came to a shop that sold cats, but the cats were in cages, and the pm2.5 outdoor riding mask gas filter protect face respirator anti-dust children could not help wishing someone would buy all the cats and put them on hea.ll the native princes. I am very happy to make your acquaintance, Sir Modava, replied the commander, taking his dusky hand. The captain then invited the two titled gentlemen and the doctor of the party to the cabin, while the two engineers were turned over to Mr. Sentrick, the chief engineer. CHAPTER VI THE GENERAL INTRODUCTION IN THE CABIN It was still early in the morning, and the cabin party were not disposed to remain any longer on the promenade deck for it was almost impossible for medical face mask rite aid some of them to stand up, even with the aid of the life lines and the rails, and all of them retreated to the boudoir and music room. None of them had been introduced to the strangers for they had asked to be excused, as they were not in a presentable condition. The trio of distinguished individuals who had been conducted to the main cabin by the commander were of course soaked with water, and chilled after remaining so long in their involuntary bath and for this reason no questions were asked of them to bring out an explanation of the cause of the disaster of which they had been the victims. There were three vacant state rooms, to which they were assigned, and each of them had a bathroom connected with it. The two cabin stewards had already been ordered to prepare these rooms for the occupancy of the newcomers. Warm baths were ready for them when they took possession of the apartments. All this is more luxurious than we have been accustomed to lately, said Lord Tremlyn, when the commander ushered him into No. 11, which was provided with everything belonging to a suite of rooms in the best hotels of the United States. I hope you will be able to make yourself comfortable, sir but your greatest need at the present moment appears to be dry clothing, when you have restored your limbs to their normal condition in the bath, and I will endeavor to supply this want, replied the commander. You women'sv sun protection hat face mask are very kind, Captain Ringgold, and I shall never cease to be grateful to you for the service you have rendered to me and my companions for all of us would have perished when the wreck of our steamer went down, without the prompt assistance you rendered to us, said the principal personage of the party, who was still shivering under the influence of the chill he had received in the cold waters of the sea. The captain retired, closing the door of the room. He went to No. 12, to which Sir Modava Rao had been shown, and then to No. 13, which had been appropriated to Dr. Ferrolan. He assured both for which care activities should the nurse apply a mask, eye protection (goggles), or a face shield? of them that dry clothing would be provided.
ate of sand down for the Psammead. Jane went. Look here he said quickly, as the sound of her boots grew less loud on the stairs, don t let s tell her about the dungeon and all that. It ll only frighten her so that she ll never want to go anywhere else. Righto said Cyril but Anthea felt that she could not have said a word to save her life. Why did you want to come back in such a hurry asked Jane, returning with the plate of sand. It was awfully jolly in Babylon, I think I liked it no end. Oh, yes, said Cyril carelessly. It was jolly enough, of course, but I thought we d been there long enough. Mother always says you oughtn t to wear out your welcome CHAPTER 8. THE QUEEN IN LONDON Now tell us what happened to you, said Cyril to Jane, when he and the others had told her all about the Queen s talk and the banquet, and the variety entertainment, carefully stopping short before the beginning of the dungeon part of the story. It wasn t much good going, said Jane, if you didn t even try to get the Amulet. We found out it was no go, said Cyril it s not to be got in Babylon. It was lost before that. We ll go to some other jolly friendly place, where everyone is kind and pleasant, and look for it there. Now tell us about your part. Oh, said Jane, the Queen s man with the smooth face what was his name Ritti Marduk, said Cyril. Yes, said Jane, Ritti Marduk, he came for me just after the Psammead had bitten the guard of the gate s wife s little boy, and he took me to the Palace. And we had supper with the new little Queen from Egypt. She is a dear not much older than you. She told me heaps about Egypt. And we played ball after supper. And then the Babylon Queen sent for me. I like her too. And she talked to the Psammead and I went to sleep. And then you woke me up. That s all. The Psammead, roused from its sound sleep, told the same story. But, it added, what possessed you to tell that Queen that I could give wishes I sometimes think you were born without even the most rudimentary imitation of brains. The children did not know the meaning of rudimentary, but it sounded a rude, insulting word. I don t see that we did any harm, said Cyril sulkily. Oh, no, said the Psammead with withering irony, not at all Of course not Quite the contrary Exactly so Only she happened to wish that she might soon find herself in your country. And soon may mean any moment. Then it s your fault, said Robert, because you might just as well have made soon mean some moment next year or next century. That s where you, as so often happens.aid the skipper. The pearl divers of Persia are not more skilful. Why, we ve got a fresh water spring that comes out at the bottom of the sea. Our divers dive down and bring up the fresh water in skin bottles Can your barbarian divers do as much I suppose not, said Robert, and put away a wild desire to explain to the Captain the English system of waterworks, pipes, taps, and the intricacies of the plumbers trade. As they neared the quay the skipper made a hasty toilet. He did his hair, combed his beard, put on a garment like a jersey with short sleeves, an embroidered belt, a necklace of beads, and a big signet ring. Now, said he, I m fit to be seen. Come along Where to said Jane cautiously. To Pheles, the great medical face mask rite aid sea captain, said the skipper, the man I told you of, who loves barbarians. Then Rekh mara came forward, and, for the first time, spoke. I have known these children in another land, he said. You know my powers of magic. It was my magic that brought these barbarians to your medical face mask rite aid boat. And you know how they will profit you. I read your thoughts. Let me come with you and see the end of them, and then I will work the spell I promised you in return for the little experience you have so kindly given me on your boat. The skipper looked at the Egyptian with some disfavour. So it was YOUR doing, he said. I might have guessed it. Well, come on. So he came, and the girls wished he hadn t. But Robert whispered Nonsense medical face mask rite aid as long as he s with us we ve got some chance of the Amulet. We can always fly if anything goes wrong. The morning was so fresh and bright their breakfast had been so good and so unusual they had actually seen the Amulet round the Egyptian s neck. One or two, or all these things, suddenly raised the children s spirits. They went off quite cheerfully through the city gate it was not arched, but roofed over with a great flat stone and so through the street, which smelt horribly of fish and garlic and a thousand other things even less agreeable. But far worse than the street scents was the scent of the factory, where the skipper called in to sell his night s catch. I wish I could tell you all about that factory, but I haven t time, and perhaps after all you aren t interested in dyeing works. I will only mention that Robert was triumphantly proved to be right. The dye WAS a yellowish white liquid of a creamy consistency, and it smelt more strongly of garlic than garlic itself does. While the skipper was bargaining with the master of the dye works the Egyptian came close to the children, and said.all your stock of patience. The city must be done by walking, must it asked the commander. Whew whistled Dr. Hawkes and the sibilation was repeated by Uncle Moses, for each of them weighed over two hundred and a quarter. If the ship were here I would lend you the barge with eight rowers, to enable you to see the sights from the river, suggested Captain Ringgold. A steam launch shall be provided for all the company, and our obese friends shall be provided with stuffed chairs, for the medical face mask rite aid survey of the river scenes but carriages can be used in some parts of the city, though what you will desire to see can best be observed from the river and we can land when medical face mask rite aid you wish to see interiors, added Lord Tremlyn. This interruption was heartily applauded by the Cupids, as the fat gentlemen had been called in Cairo, assisted by all the others. The famous Monkey Temple is just out of the city, and that can be reached by carriages, continued Sir Modava. There are fourteen hundred and fifty Hindu temples, pagodas, and shrines, and two hundred and seventy two Mohammedan mosques, so that our good friend, General Noury, need not neglect his devotions. The good Mussulman never does that, whether there be medical face mask rite aid a mosque at hand or not, for he says his prayers at the proper time, wherever he may be, replied the general. I know that some of your people are better Christians than some who bear the name, replied the Hindu gentleman politely. Benares is so holy, and the Ganges is so holy, that hundreds of thousands visit it as the Mussulmans visit Mecca. Men of wealth, and those who have the means without being rich, come to this city when they feel that they have been seized with a malady likely to prove fatal for to die here with the Hindu is a passport to eternal happiness. But I am talking too long, though there is much more that might be said but perhaps it could be better said on board of that launch my friend mentions, and in sight of the temples, towers, and other objects of interest. In the middle of the afternoon the train arrived at its destination and the party proceeded in carriages to the western suburb, the location of the cantonment, or English face mask to protect eyebrows quarter of the city. CHAPTER XXXIII A STEAMER TRIP UP AND DOWN THE GANGES Clarke s Hotel, at Secrole, received the tourists, and everything was in readiness for them when they arrived. Lord Tremlyn had announced the coming of himself and his large party, and a person of his distinction and influence could command anything he desired. The rest of the day was given to rest, thoug.
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This is a saying Father told me but I see I am three deep in brackets so I will close them before I get into any more 7. The Black but Learned Pig. I daresay he knows something, Alice said, if we can only find out what. We DID find out all too soon. We could not think of anything else, and our things were nearly dry all except Dick protective combat face mask s brown paper top boots, which were mingled with the gurgling waters of the brook. We went back to the seat of action which was the iron trough where the sheep have their salt put and began to dress up the creatures. We had just tied the union Jack we made out of Daisy s flannel petticoat and cetera, when we gave the soldiers the baccy, round the waist of the Black and medical filtered face masks Learned Pig, medical face mask rite aid when we heard screams from the back part of the house, and suddenly we saw that Billy, the acrobatic goat, had got loose from the tree we had tied him to. He had eaten all the parts of its bark that he could get at, but we did not notice it until next day, when led to the spot by a grown up. The gate of the paddock was open. The gate leading to the bridge that goes over the moat to the back door was open too. We hastily proceeded in the direction of the screams, and, guided by the sound, threaded our way into the kitchen. As we went, Noel, ever fertile in melancholy ideas, said he wondered whether Mrs Pettigrew was being robbed, or only murdered. In the kitchen we saw that Noel was wrong as usual. It was neither. Mrs Pettigrew, screaming like a steam siren and waving a broom, occupied the foreground. In the distance the maid was shrieking in a hoarse and monotonous way, and trying to shut herself up inside a clot.elcome the shipwrecked mariners, or whatever they were. The seamen assisted the dripping passengers to the deck and the masculine tenants of the state cabin crept along the life lines to take part in the scene, or at least to witness it. As the steamer was headed to the eastward, the second cutter was the first to be hoisted up. The first person to be assisted to the deck was Lord Tremlyn, though those who had saved him were not yet masks cowboys wore over their faces for protection aware of his quality. The commander extended his hand to him, and it was cordially grasped. I congratulate you, sir, on your escape from the wreck of your ship, said he. I thank God most earnestly that we have been able to save all your party. I hope none were lost before we made you out on the wreck. Not one, Captain and I join with you in reverent gratitude to Him who rules the sea in calm and storm, for our preservation from certain death, which would have been our fate, one and all, but for the care and skill with which you have worked out our salvation. I thank you and the brave and noble officers and crews of your boats with all my mind and heart. I speak not for myself alone, but for all the ship s company of the Travancore, now gone to the bottom, replied Lord Tremlyn, again grasping the hand of the commander. In a short time the saved from the first cutter joined medical face mask rite aid the others on the promenade deck, and the Guardian Mother proceeded on her course to Bombay. Were you the captain of the Travancore, sir asked the commander. I am only an amateur sailor, said his lordship but I was in command of the unfortunate vessel, which was a steam yacht of small dimensions, in the service of the Indian government. Ah, Dr. Ferrolan, he continued as those from the first cutter crossed the deck and he grasped the hand of the person addressed, let us thank God first, and then the commander of this ship, that we have been preserved, all the ship s company, I am informed. I join you most heartily, my Lord, replied the doctor. Captain Captain Ringgold, prompted Mr. Boulong, by whose boat he had been saved. Captain Ringgold, I am your debtor for life and he proceeded to express his obligations more at length. Permit me to present medical face mask rite aid to you Lord Tremlyn, a gentleman who came to India on semi official business. I am happy to know you, Lord Tremlyn, replied the commander but the title did not appear to make a very profound impression upon him. Captain Ringgold, allow me to introduce my particular friend, Sir Modava Rao, a gentleman high in the favor of the Indian government, and I may add of a.