Disposable Face Mask For Flu Protection ing so. He had not the same risk to run in getting through the blockading fleet that Captain Lonley would have had, and he promptly decided to take his chances without waiting for a dark and foggy night. A boat came off from the inner side of the fort, and Christy ordered Flint to bring her to. The permit to pass the forts was in due form, and signed by the proper officials. The officer in the boat examined it carefully by the light of a lantern, and declared that he was satisfied with it. Then he asked some questions, which the acting commander of the Judith answered. The toughest inquiry he made was as to how he expected to get through the blockaders in a clear night like that. Christy assured him that he had a plan which he was confident would carry him through without difficulty. The schooner filled away again, and passed through the main channel and in another hour she was in the midst of the union fleet. There was a rattling of drums, a hissing of steam, and energetic commands heard as soon as the Judith 344 was made out in the darkness, and doubtless a vision of prize money flitted through the brains of officers and seamen. But Christy soon impaired the vividness of these fancies by ordering the foresail of the schooner to be taken in, and then the fore topmast staysail. The expectant ships companies were not willing to believe that the vessel had come out for the purpose of surrendering. Schooner, ahoy shouted the officer of a boat sent off by the nearest blockader. What vessel is that The Judith, prize to the United States steamer Bellevite, replied Christy, Kindly inform me where the Bellevite lies. In another half hour, Christy had dropped his anchor a cable s length from the Bellevite. Instructing Flint to ascertain the condition of Lonley, the lieutenant went on board of her to make his report, using the boat they had captured at Mobile, pulled by two of the negroes. I have come on board, Captain Breaker, said Christy, as he met the commander, who had come on deck at the alarm. I see you have, replied the captain, grasping him by the hand. I have been terribly worried about you, Christy. 345 I am all right, sir and so is Mr. Flint, who was with me. We have brought off a schooner of two hundred tons, loaded with cotton, continued Christy, as modestly as the circumstances would permit. I am very anxious to hear your report, Mr. Passford, said disposable face mask for flu protection the commander. Excuse me, sir, but the captain of that schooner is badly wounded, and needs Dr. Linscott as soon as possible. The surgeon was sent on board of the Judith. As Paul Vapoor caught a sight of the returned thi.st. 36 We had better drop the subject, added Captain Carboneer. drop it, then, replied Mulgate sullenly. Get over the fence, olive oil face mask Corny. Nobody is using that sailboat, and we may as well take it for a while. CHAPTER III THE DIGNIFIED NAVAL OFFICER Corny climbed over the high palisade fence, with the assistance of Mulgate, and the party walked to the sailboat at the beach below. By this time it was dark, though the gloom was not very dense under a clear sky. Do you know anything about this boat, Corny asked Mulgate, as the trio approached the handsome craft, for such she was beyond a doubt. The crusty tones of the speaker indicated that he had not yet recovered from the set back he had plainly received in the late conversation, though he denied that he had any evil intentions in regard to Miss Florry. I do I know all about her, replied Corny. Well, why don t you tell what you know demanded Mulgate. What do you wish to know about her inquired 38 Corny, who was disposed to maintain his equality in spite of the military rank of his companion, which he had incautiously betrayed in the beginning. Whose boat is it asked Mulgate. She belongs to my cousin, Christy Passford. 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I think you are inclined to stir up bad blood disposable face mask for flu protection with this young man, Mulgate. It appears now that you have a purpose of your own to accomplish, and that Corny will not allow you to carry it out. My first purpose is the same as your own, replied Mulgate. You admit that you have a second object and I cannot tell when you will decide to make it your principal purpose, added Captain Carboneer. I am not satisfied with the situation. I have done everything I can to accomplish our patriotic ob.
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