By Harry Collingwood
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It is possible,” said Harry, his thoughts still dwelling upon the matter, “that if they have gone this way they are still at the caves. Or they may have gone back along the beach; for that, I suppose, is the nearest way of return. ” They had gone but a little distance farther when Roger looked up suddenly. “Harry, I heard something whistle past my head a moment ago,” said he. ” responded Harry. ” “I am certain it was not,” retorted Roger. ” “Yes, you are right, Roger; I heard it myself that time.
They have now had a short spell ashore, and it is time for us to be thinking of work again; so I wish you to take this boat and proceed to the shore in her with instructions to Mr Leigh to collect all the men forthwith. Let them bring off as much fruit and vegetables as they can find, but they must not be very long about it. You can take your friend Edgwyth with you, if you will, and while the men are getting fresh provisions together you and he have my leave, after you have delivered my message, to do as you please until all are ready to come off aboard.
Well,” said Harry, “it strikes me as rather a foolish thing to leave the ships' guns scattered about the beach as they are at present. If we should be attacked we could never use them, pointing as they are in all directions; we could not fire without danger of hitting one another. ” “A very good idea, Harry,” exclaimed Roger; “you always seem to be prepared with good schemes. ” Harry at once ran off and told Cavendish what Roger and he thought of the matter. “You two lads,” said Cavendish, “seem ever to be thinking of attacks by natives.
Across the Spanish Main by Harry Collingwood