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At this point, as there were symptoms of another breakdown, our middy became anxious, and entreated Hester to go on.
THE MIDDY AND THE MOORSR.M. BALLANTYNE
At last the middy and his friend stopped in front of a stair which descended into what appeared to be a dark cellar.
THE MIDDY AND THE MOORSR.M. BALLANTYNE
The drawing was by this time all pencilled in most elaborately, and the middy opened the water-colour box to examine the paints.
THE MIDDY AND THE MOORSR.M. BALLANTYNE
Pardon me,” said the middy, with a deprecatory air, “a sneeze is sometimes difficult to repress.
THE MIDDY AND THE MOORSR.M. BALLANTYNE
The middy stood silent for a minute or so, lost in wonder and expectation, when another door opened and a female entered.
THE MIDDY AND THE MOORSR.M. BALLANTYNE
If a bombshell had exploded under his feet our middy could hardly have been taken more by surprise.
THE MIDDY AND THE MOORSR.M. BALLANTYNE
He stopped here, looked pointedly at the middy, and delivered the remainder of his meaning in pufflets of smoke.
THE MIDDY AND THE MOORSR.M. BALLANTYNE
The air of insolent authority which our ‘hipperkritical’ middy assumed was so effective that even Sommers was slightly overawed.
THE MIDDY AND THE MOORSR.M. BALLANTYNE
“You seem to have forgotten me, friends,” said the middy in English, pulling a clasp-knife out of his pocket.
THE MIDDY AND THE MOORSR.M. BALLANTYNE
The middy bowed with feelings of indignation, but on reaching the door paused, and again essayed to speak.
THE MIDDY AND THE MOORSR.M. BALLANTYNE

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