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Cincinnati Israelite (Newspaper) - April 29, 1870, Cincinnati, OhioV the is i full it % if Kite. A lieutenant Kissick a he said a i come to ask a favor Ler the bed is find it there a a Case of capital Madeira in in my a Jabiru and prison no our have i our coup spirits couple Ofa a Here under his a a that a rights keep it knifes enough for me. Thus armed they looked their p d went on deck. Bade the of took was leaning Back in his feet on the table to Day. Bottles the prize master his chair smoking i sat up on hearing Fth in a a Case of Madeira a said he. A a yes three dozen of a a that a the Best 4m1 in be heard yes or. Super cargo open a couple of bottles for yourselves Welcome and Send the Case in to de Ben Ham and Archie dragged out the Case pried it open and extracted a couple of bottles and sept the rest to the captains Cabin. Manuel pacing the after deck with his Glass under his Arm eyed them curiously but said nothing. Presently being summoned by one of the seamen he went to the prise master a Cabin leaving the messenger in his place. And then the prisoners eagerly listening heard from time to time the drawing of corks and the sound of laughter and talking. By and by Manuel came out looking flushed and hazy and went to his Cabin but lieutenant Kissick no Whit the worse for aught that he had taken came aft and swept the horizon with his Glass. A emr. Super cargo a said he a a that a jest about the Best Madeira lever tasted. Where did you get it to a it was Given to me by a gentleman in Charleston a replied de Ben Ham. A a darned rebel whoever he May be a the prize master a but a Good judge of super cargo s Cabin it will be re Mem was Jas opposite the Galley with the Funne and a Mountain of Cotton Onalei by an Cabin men nowhere the used to k was a dark Hole of a the Stormy p old junk c i my said a a a a a. _ Between Laid of this Cabin the Creole had taken Possession. They band the door ajar. And listening outside heard by it his breathing that he was i lower. And then asleep. They coaids also hear the Cook so Forth. I a done to see nary packing the Cook doubtfully. Jgr a v a a it was Thuv replied the Captain week ago. Go on to the end and open your eyes a Bat wider. 4 Down on that Yankees head descended the terrible poker and stretched him senseless pm Tulfo Dick 1 Taen Archie flew to de Benham own a a was pin and could n the a the str three disarmed the men went on stooping As the roof sloped i was whistling and Deani by. Up in the Galley close de Benham posted the door softly and and hearing. Clapped of the Hatch bar was drawn and they were prisoners in. Pitch darkness out of sight a then Captain Hay summoned the helmsman to surrender jmj jul Frehn whether he would be willing to help navigate the vessel into some of outran to a moment. Man hesitated but Only for ush in he said. A a he a lying on my bed fast to they opened the door an Inch or two farther crept old Ulm it behind them and slipped the creaked a a that makes four a said de Benham. 1% a May a said Archie a a but thedfo olm Moryto come the a six out of the ten however were Down in the forecastle off duty. They could hear then,.1 ngh in Libolt was Rusty end talking and laughing loudly among themselves a and the Sleeper stirred uneasily. Awake he was not pleasant to look upon Bat Kph pie and de Benham stooping cautiously Forward could see one Man leaning with on half off the Little Broil bed he Lay with his head hanging Over the veins on his1 forehead All swollen and knotted his is partly open his Tawny Throat Una overed. Cap had fallen on the floor his Belt was unbuckled and his revolver Lay on the table beside him. Stealthy and noiseless As a Cata the Captain stole Forward and seized the pistol. It was of the same make As the prise master a and carried six shots. Against the ladder smoking. �?�a1 be not a moment to lose a the Captain. A a its seven Bells Light expect to he Call Blyth hear a hand 1�?� so i e was Al a he Safe Quot Yontl Dew it a amp Alco late whether i bristle my Back or whether i a a in a do it a replied the Captain a a if id Only one pair of hands to help me. A then i Cave. Guess i May As Well Hev my a _ to open the Cuddy and relieve the Pilot of his Irons to lock up the three prisoners in Hisey lace to Heap Cotton Bales Over the forecastle Archie and he took up the heavy Hatch while de Benham standing ready with the bar Geve the a a a at three it came Down like the Stone at the ate was the work of the next few minutes. Then shaking himself like a water dog just landed or. Zachary Poiter looked round with pin for. A i reckon id Hev been More obliged to Yew atm if Yew had turned that thar key a bit sooner a let me go shares in the fun. Done to you an the Man was such a Mouth of a sepulchre followed by a Rush of feet below. A shout and look said in c i Impi a it May be said de Bethain a that he is a goo judge of wine because he is a How 80?�?� a because your rebel is general a Man Wiki dares to think for himself and the Man who dares to think for himself is Likely to be a fair judge of Many things. Of Justice for instance and political rights. Perhaps of Beauty most Likely of t ,. Jua a a a but not of his own interests sir a retorted the prize master. A a he san on common bad i Corner b his deeping strength so formidable that tor a moment they paused not knowing How Best to Secare him. A a Knock him on the head with the belaying pin and Stan him a whispered the Captain. But de Benham could not bring himself to strike a sleeping Man. A better muffle his head in something and then tic him hand and foot a he answered looking round for some cloth or curtain for the purpose. But there was nothing nothing but the Conn ter Nane which kept up at Only one ragging �?T11 have a jump. I i Hie with it up in spite arc judge of that article any at this moment they were joined by Captain Well or. Kissick a said he familiarly a a what is the position of the boat a a somewhere off Cape Hatteras sir a replied the prize master. A a there a a folding Chart in the locker in my Cabin a said Captain Hay a if you would like to prick off her was All now i rather should a replied the american a a if Yew Hev it a a yes Here it nearly o any a Ugi Gay the foot of the Sleepe was dragged of the bed and trailing on the floor. Ive me your Bowie knife a whispered de Benham. The Captain gave him the knife. It was about fourteen inches Long and As Sharp As a razor. With this kneeling on one knee de Benham then began cautiously and quickly to Cut the counterpane away. Captain Hay stood by ready with the belaying pin in Case of need. Suddenly the Creole opened his eyes. As 11 wonder if these Fellows show 41 a upon too table. A a now you want the compasses a he added. 1 Ness. Or. Debenham will you oblige me by re Ach f instruments from the 1 suddenly before the Light of recognition had time to come into them the Iron descended on his head with a Dull thud there was a gurgling sob in his Throat a convulsive quiver of the limbs and then death like unconscious ing Down that Case o a shelf behind the door a de Benham shut the Cabin door As if to get ing sharply round. _ a i can find it in a moment a replied Captain Hay leading the Way. A come so the Federal lieutenant followed and de Benham brought up the rear. A you have done Justice to three bottles at All events a said the latter seeing the empty bottles and the two glasses still upon the a Able. The prize master laughed. A yes a he said a that Madeira Raly is Worth drinking. But. Manuel had the Lions share and now i guess he can to keep his eyes open. Can to Yew find the Chart Captain a but instantly his arms were pinioned behind by Captain Hay and de Benham was standing Oyer him with an Iron belaying plan snatched from behind the door. A silence said the super cargo in a Low. Hurried voice. A submit and Yon shall be Well treated utter one cry for help and by heaven i its All Over with the northerner darted one desperate glance at the door another at the windows struggled for a Momient fiercely but silently and then finding resistance useless desisted. A now look he re a Saia Captain Hay gripping his elbows Back with a grasp of Iron a a it a no Good struggling. We re resolved to Back the command of this boat and done to care a Straw for our own lives still less for yours. Will you give in quietly and submit to be gagged and handcuffed or must Knock your brains out a a a you re two to one against me a muttered the prize master through his Teeth. 1 Vilt a you have killed him in exclaimed de Benham. A a not a bit of it. His Skull is As thick As an elephants. Look Sharp. Hell be All right again before know where Quick As lightning they Tore the counterpane into strips and bound him to the framework of the bed bound him hand and foot ankle and wrist with a Strong band Over his Chest As Well so that giant As he was he should not be Able to stir one hairs breadth. And then for they had not a second gag de Benham took from his desk a Large lamp of India rubber about two inches Square rolled it tightly in a folded handkerchief Ana while Captain Hay forced the locked Teeth apart fixed it firmly Between them and tied the ends of the handkerchief behind the Many a head. A there a he said a i done to think that will interfere with his breathing. I wish he would Cometo a a a he la come to soon enough a replied the Captain set Polter free the better has he stowed the key of the Cuddy a a a the Cook has it said de Benham. A a the Cook had it and the Cook took it Bank again. It was in the mates keeping of course a and Here it is in his Waistcoat pocket. Now hide your they buttoned their Coats Over their revolvers locked the mexican in As they had locked it us a and now the sooner can where the Devil a a Quick the bar in cried Captain Haing on thet Hatek Anis him. A by heaven of us and As he spoke the trap heaved beneath their feet. Then de Benham also sprang upon it and the Force with which this foes weight came Down sent it into its place. Instantly he dropped upon his Knees Slid the bar dexterously into the Staple and the thing was done a Hurrah a cried Archie triumphantly. A a that makes ten Ltd a a they la be safer a said the Captain a a when be heaped on some of these Cotton at that moment they heard a shrill cry up aloft and saw the watch in the crowds nest gesticulating to his shipmates on the after deck. A a he has seen its a exclaimed de Benham. A a he a giving the alarm a a a he s a Lubber not to have done both Long ago a said the Captain drawing his revolver. A farm yourself with that Handspike or. Blyth. W fight the Seaman in then Row a nest dropped like a Bird and snatched an Iron stanchion from the bulwark. The watch on deck Drew his Cutlass. The helmsman not daring to let go his wheel raised a shout for help. Captain Hay went up revolver in hand. A a it a no Good shouting my men a he said. The ship is ours. The starboard watch a the prize master and the rest Are All our prisoners. Will you Lay Down your weapons and surrender a still standing on the defensive the two sear men foil Back a step keeping close together but answering never a word. Then the Captain stamped his foot upon the deck and swore a tremendous oath. A qty pick in he said. A a want no bloodshed but if you resist by the lord ill shoot you Down like vermin. At that moment a Swarthy face emerged the engine room Hatchway emerged unseen by the three englishmen whose Hacks were turned that Way hut not unseen by the three Yankees. It was the face of the guard placed Over the engineers slow. With one Swift glance fore and aft he took in the whole hearings of the scene hesitated for an instant As if Uncertain whether to attack the enemy in the rear or release his comrades in the forecastle then with his revolver in one hand and his drawn Cutlass in the other he crept along by the gunwales swiftly and stealthily toward the fore deck. A Flash of Triumph shot from the eyes of the helmsman. Archie following the aps unwilling to go for the bermudas. Foi think a amp pin wed better put her. Head about and steer for Bermuda a i f f it i i charts were at once brought oat and a hurried Council was held. The boat was found to be about thirty Miles due East of Cape Hatteras. To resume their uninterrupted course and make for Nassau skirting the blockaded coast the whole Way was now oat of the question. It was therefore anxiously debated whether they a hould steer for St. Georges Bema Ida adopt the More daring course a for the azores. Polter who wan the Captain and de Benham voted for the azores. Each alternative had much to recommend it. St. Georges was a British port and Lay within some five hunted and fifty Miles of the Point at which they then found themselves whereas the nearest of the azores was More than four times that distance. But then to go to St. Georges they must in some measure run Back upon their course in a southeasterly direction just keeping in those Waters where the american cruisers swarmed thickest while by making for the azores they would be steering almost e. N. E., nearing Home and leaving the american coast and All its perils farther behind at every turn of the screw. Then there was the Cotton they could not take it to Nassau now vet it must go to England somehow. And then there was the refitting of the Stormy petrel which could be done better and cheaper at Liverpool than by or. Wilbur h. Salem at Victoria Creek Nassau. The time for deliberation was Short but the plan of shaping their course for Europe seemed on All accounts so much the Best that it resolved itself at last into a Mere question of they were now in lat. 35� 15n. And Long. 76� 03/, w., and hence supposing no accidents it would take them with their one efficient engine from twelve to fourteen Days to reach the port of Horta in the Island of Fayal 2,270 Miles away. Had they fuel for so Long ? the chief Engineer was sent to examine the St Telof the Coa a linkers. He came Back look it ing somewhat grave. A Well or. Davis a said the Ca a shall caught sight of the retreating a loud cry rushed in Pursuit. 8lance,a with in one second they were All at the other and in the prize master and went aft to reconnoitre. I of the boat three against three wrestling to Here they found Archie chatting with the i 8ethetr-la a hand to hand struggle Over the fore e pro then u you yield yourself prisoner due under a a a emr. Debenham Yon a find a gag locker. Now sir open your livid with rage the northerner opened his Mouth hesitatingly and unwillingly. A now the f de Benham found the Handcuffs in the same watch one Man in the crowds nest pile at the Helm and one holy stoning the deck these with the guard in the engine room and the Cook in the gallery made up the six on duty. Of Are going to have a a lass of Madeira in the prize master a Cabin or. Blyth a 1�o� Captain Hay loudly. That the men on deck might All hear him and Yon Are to dome with then turning to the helmsman a a How a her head mess mate a he asked Good hum redly. A a North half West sir a replied the Seaman Castle chapter a Lvi. In that i touching his hat. Was helpless an4 speechless the gag Between i the shoulder and said hands made fast behind his \ a t How my a 11cning Nis Nai. Captain Hay went up to the binnacle glanced the Compass looked round at the sky Mut red something about a change in the weather id turned As if to 90 to the prize master so a a passing the Seaman who was on his at the an Cabin. Then Captai May _ _ _ _ a snatched off Bis and with it lashed Fin his Teeth and hib Back. Own the prize master a feet securely together. This done they Laid him on the floor and there left him. skim the perils and dangers deep. Of flip a or i if p glib Short and Sharp was the straggle Over the forecastle Hatch the americans directing All their efforts to Force it open the englishmen to keep it fast. Archie Flung himself desperately upon the bar defending his position gallantly with the Handspike. Then the americans rushed in each closed with his Many blows fell thick and fast a shot was fired the Captain and the engine room guard rolled together on the deck de Benham being gripped by the Throat dragged his assailant up against the bulwarks and there jammed him Back till he was Fain to Loose his hold and Call place and in another instant their prisoner Knees holy stoning the deck he tapped him on for Quarter while Archie though hard third Yankee hold out for fourteen Days and a a wean hold out sir for just nine Days and nights and about eight hours Over a replied the. Engineer. The Captain bit his lip. A fall right Davis a he said after a moments pause. A go a head. Well put a Hundred Miles Between ourselves and the coast first and to Morrow Well hoist fore and aft sails and a Krout your coals that then darning to de Benham he added grimly smiling a if it Oomes to the worst or. Super cargo must bum a few Bales of your and so the matter was decided. The Engineer then made his scrape and the Stormy petrel was put upon her course for the azores. De Benham beckoned Archie aside. A a in a afraid be half murdered the mexi ican a he said. A Hay dealt him a blow on the head that might have killed an a never mind the mexican a said Archie. A suppose attend to this wound of yours first. A wound a what wound a and de Benham who had no id that he was Hurt looked Down and saw for the first time that his shirt was full of blood. To unbutton his Waistcoat and tear the shirt open was the work of a moment. A i saw the Fellows knife glitter a he said but i never Felt it touch me. Its nothing of a Cut i fancy a re r it it a. a do you Call it nothing a said Archie. A Why its four inches Long but i done to think its very deep. It seems to have glanced off the ribs and struck upward. Done to it Hurt awfully a de Benham laughed. Us. A i did no to a. A a a Bierce my mama own of Ackin Case in the scuttle that a to he taken to or. Kis-31 suddenly a new Acton appeared upon sick a Cabin. Just Call the Cook to help you i scene. Grimy smoke blackened armed with a a not Yat a he a was scratched. But there the a tis not so deep As carry it and ill show you where it t the Man jumped to his feet v4th a ready of huge engine room poker one 01 the assistant firemen came Rushing to their Aid. A Well nor so wide As a a the sooner its seen to a Baid Archie a Thea for the mate two a a let a see first if can to Nna a weapon or 0ient of onions. A where kicks revolver May and ran to fetch the Cook who came out rubbing his hands on his trousers and red-1 footing and was getting 1 Yankees knee was on his came just in time for Archie had lost his the worst of it. The s Chest the Yankees Captain Hay opened the scuttle Hatch and a hand approached the fatal bar. And then he insisted on calling in the Aid of the Captain who being like most naval com Manders a bit of a surgeon bound up and strapped the wound together not perhaps very skilfully i but somehow

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