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(Continued from Saturday)
As ho rould do so, not only personal-
ly, but through his able lieutenants,
Ilornlgotd busied himself during the
day anil the preceding night in. enlist-
Ing as vicious a gang of depraved
iiiiuans nn cuuiii ue fcuuiervu luncmvi
In what was perhaps the wckciiosi my
in the world, it hail been ciccyieu nicer
ronforenco between the lenders that
uii-re " ,i,-......... ...v vU.....
of Port Royal Itself where so many
lien .on m meet wiinoiu exciting sus-
)lclon. He had accordingly appointed
a rendezvous fur the night across tho
narrow entrance to the harbor, opposuo
t, under tho trees which over
the strand, some distance
fcaek from high woler mark. Singly or
In groups of two or three the men hart
gone across In boats after sunset, sue
.essfnlly eluding observation, for thn
nl Klit was moonless and very dark.
There was rum In plenty under the
trees on tho point, but enre was taken
by Iloclc Ilrnzlltnno, Tlavcncau and the
others, even Including Velscrs, that no
ono should drink enough to lore entire
control of his faculties or to become
obstreperous. No fire were lighted,
no smoking whs permitted. 8trlct sil
ence was enjoined and enforced. It
was perhaps 10 o'clock before all were
Whnn mnrnlner liml rlpnrpil their
hrnln nt IliB rum IIikv liml tnkpn there
had been ferocious oppotltlon on the,
part of the older men. Not that they
objected to buccaneering. They were
cogcr for the chance once more. Uut
the memory of Morgan's betrayals of
his old comrades rankled deep. There
were many besides Hornlgold who had
promised themselves the luxury or
vengeanco upon their old commander.
There were none, however, who had so
dwelt upon It as the boatswain, nor
were there any whose animosity and
determinations compared to his flcrca
hatred He was therefore able at least
to persuade them Into a surly willing-
pens to ncrept Morgan as their captain
In this new enterprise. Indeed, with-
out Mm they could do nothing, for
there was no one who possessed the
ability or experience to lead them save
were now 'In the south 'seas and far
he Tho beat men of the old stamp
nway, they had been driven from tau
Carrlbcan. It was not dlmciilt for.
Hornlgold to show them that It mu?t
lie .iiort-nn or no one.
I 'heir reelings or animosity were,
perforce, sunk beneath the surface, nl-
. .. .. .!... .ut.i...i iti ...i.i.i
UUJUKIl llll'J niUUKll'.l-ll B...I .........
their brcaits. They would go with
him, they said. Uut let him look to
blmsclf. they swore threateningly. If
ho betrayed them again here were'
men among them who would kill him
u "rly" be swore and cursed you
2a.hSn.tl,imin n lCL iZ . n roiiuclly. captain." interposed the lira
and the expedition on which he was to ,,, " . '.,.,' .ni.i
i,,i ihm nrnvi ...rrr.r..l thi.v llnn- chuckllng maliciously. Aye,
load them proved successful they
might forgive him all but old Hornl
gold. Truth to tell, there was no onu
among them who felt himself so
wronged or so badly treated as the ono-
eyed enenomed sailor.
Tho bulk of the party, which num
bered perhaps a hundred men, were
simply plain, ordinary thieves, cut -
throats, broken down seamen, land
sharks nnd rascals. Not much was to
bo expected of them, They were not of
tho stuff of which the old time bucca
neers had' been made, but they were
the beat to bo obtained at that time In
Port lloyal. Even they would not havn
been so easily assembled had they
reallied quite what was expected of
them. They knew, of course, that they
wero committing themselves to some
nefarious undertaking, but to each re
cruit had been vouchsafed only enough
information to get him to come to the
rendezvous, no more.
Ily Hornlgold's orders they were told
off In five parties of about twenty
each, commanded respectively by him
self, Vclsers, Tlavcncau, the Brazilian,
and the last by Teach, who, though
the youngest of the leaders, bad a char,
acter for daring wickedness that would
Mop at nothing. With much difficulty
the boatswain bad succeeded In ob
taining fho boats, each capable of car
rying ono band. nery one brought
his own crms, and In general thesn
men did not lack n sufficiency of wcap
ons. Those who were deficient, how
oer, were supplied from a scanty
stock which the leaders had managed
to procure. '
Alt was In readiness when one of
tho men who had been stationed on
tho oxtromo edge of the bench townrd
llio chnnncl reported tho approach of a
imnll boat looking like tho pinnace.
Tho wind fortunately for the enter
prlso, hnppened to bo blowing fresh
nut of the harbor, and It wns neces
sary for the pinnace tn bent up to
ward tho entrance. She showed no
lights, but na she tacked In close to tho
thorn between the watcher and the
lights of tho town ho observed her.
Tho boat wns bandied with consum
mate skill. Sho dropped anchor and
hauled down her sails noiselessly Just
abreast the pier which had been an
roliited the rendezvous by tho two men
on llio night before, As soon as Hor
nlgold learned of tho approach ho took
a small boat, leaving Velscrs In com
mnnd of tho band on shore, nnd re
paired with tho other leaders to tho
wharf on tho other sldo As tho boat
approached the wharf It was hailed In
a sharp whisper.
"Who comes?" tried the voice on
"Hornlgold"' answered the boat
swain In a low tone ns tho boat swept
"So 'tis jou, Is It?" cried Morgan,
-M--r -r -r -r -r-rf-r
attended by the maroon, as usual.
again putting his pistol back Into his
,cit. "Seeing bo many of you In tho
Kuifr, I feared a trap until ou gave
.ve broURht nlong Ilavcncau, tho
Urazlllan, nnd young Tench," sold tho
"Welcome, my hearties, nil!" said
tho vice governor softly. "WVro off to
,he 8pan,h man wtll R0U(, Mpi
nenty of liquor beneath the hntchen,
brav h , , .... , T1.rn wlll ,
Iem f pckngg mect for Bny man,
'. ' th ",.,
Wo are," answered ono nnd an
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' ,1,crc l0 l)crfcct ,hclr f"rll,e'
"How many men hao you gather
rd?'' asked Morgnn.
''Who leads each boat?-
"I one, sir, with your permission;
Hnvencau here another, the Ilrazliian
Die third, young Teach a fourth and
Vclsers tho fifth."
"Qoodl Are they nil armed?"
Kvery man lias a sword and a pis-
l'l at least
What of the men!"
A poor lot," answered Teach reck'
tessly. "a daBtardly crew."
"Will they fight, think ye?"
"Curse mo. they'll havo to fight
'We'll make 'cm," said Hornlgold.
"Do they know what's up?"
-oi exactly, answered Hnvencau,
Ihe Frenchman, a man of good birth
and gcntlo manners, but ns cruel and
nithlcss a villain ns any Hint ever cut
a throat or scuttled a ship, "Havo no
frar, captain. Onco we start them
they will havo to fight.'
"Did you ever know me to show
fear, Do Lussan?" cried the captain,
bending forward and staring at tho
frenchman, his eyes glittering in tho
narkness like thoso of n wildcat.
"No; nor did any other man," an-
swered Morgan. After a short pnuBo
"Hae they suspected my c3capo?"
..TnCj. imvc answered tho boat-
U.cnln. "Thev found thu remnlns of
the three bodies In the burned house
this morning. At first they thought
mo of them was jours, hut they de
cided after awhile thnt one was n wom
,e ;,n thp offCCrs 'nd Cs-
d i told them you had stolen my
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an and they gtieBxed that you had
Mr, 1m sworo If ho got nanus on you
he would give you up."
Morgan turned this time to Hornl
gold. Ho was by no means sure of his
position. He knew the enmity of
these men. and ho did not know how
far their cupidity or their tleslro to
""! "n h olJ "o onco moro tinder
tuch fortunato auspices as would bo
nfforded under his command would ro
Master Hen Hornlgold, Bald yo
that?" ho queried. "Would yo betray
Ills hand stole to his waist and his
fingers closed around his pistol grip.
No fear, captain," answered that
He Read the Pamphlet to Keep Up
This letter was unsolicited:
Salt I.nlto City, Utah,
March 31, 19U5.
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worthy composedly, sustaining
captain's searching gaze. A braver
man never stepped a deck thnt. he. "I
did It to divert their attention. You
see, they fancied at first that we old
sea dogs might have something to do
with your escape. They rcckpned that
jou had been hard on us and that wo
might be hard on jo"
"No moro of this, gentlemen' Tho
past Is gone! Wo begin again'" cried
Morgan fiercely. "And, mark me, the
man who betrays Harry Morgan wlll
pot llvo many minutes to boast Itl I'd
kill him K he sat on tho steps of a
(hronol Easy there!" he called out to
the oarsmen, assuming tho command
us by right, whllo tho boat's keel grat
ed on tho shingle, "All out now nnd
lead the way. Nay, gentlemen, ou
shall all precede me. Carlh here will
bring up the rear. And It niny be well
for you to keep j'our weapons In your
Much Impressed, tho little party dfs
imbarkcd nnd walked rapidly toward
the place of assemblage under the
tiecs. Morgnn and tho maroon enmo
last, each of them with a bared Bvvoru
and cocked pistol.
"Lads." said Ilornlgotd as they np
proached tho men, "here's your cnp
taln, Sr Henry Morgan."
"Tho governor!" cried one nnd nn-
other In surprise and alarm. The man
bad been a terror to evildoers too poor
"Nay, men, governor no more," Mar
tian answered promptly "n free sail
or who takes the sea against tho Span
i.h dons. Well go buccaneering as
in tho old dnys. Theso men here,
i.olntlng to tho group of officers, "can
tell jou what It means. You havo
beard tales of tho Jolly, roving life of
the brethren of tho coast. We'll do n
ilttlo picking In the Cnrlbbcan, then
over the lathmus nnd then down Into
tho south seas. There s wlno nnd wo
men nnd treasuro to he had for tho
taking. Tho Spaniards nro cowards.
Let them hear that Harry Morgan Is
once moro on the sea under the Jolly
Ilogcr, and they wlll tremblo from
Darlen down to the straits of Magellan.
It wlll bn fair play and the old shares.
Who's with me?"
'I' I! I!" broko from the, bolder
rplrlts of tho crowd, and the rest,
(ntchtng the contagion, finally Joined
ti tho ncclalm.
"KnBj" Bald tho captain, "ioBt we be
heard. Hornlgold, Is there liquor?"
"Let each man havo a noblo draft,
then to tho boats."
"Hut, captain," spoke up SavvMiu.
one of the boldest lecrults, who wns
not In tho secret, "bo yo goln' biurn.
r.cerln In bouts? .Wbnr s the ship?
"I have a ship In tho harbor," cried
Morgan, "well found and provided
"Aj-c. but what ship?"'
"Confusion, sir'" shouted Morgnn.
"Begin yo by questioning mo? Into tlu
hont with j-our comrades! Vclsers.
T'c I.ussnn, Hock, see thnt the men gel
mto the boats as soon ns they have
their dram. And hnrk ye, gentlemen,
a word with yo!" calling them apart
while the rest were being served. "Put
tho boldest men In tho stern shoots
with yourselves, tho rest nt the oars,
and do you havo jour weapons ready.
The Mary Hose lies Just within tht
bar- You, Velscrs nnd Rock, gain tho
ir'c'sl from larboard and stnrboard.
You. Teach and ltnvenentt, board at
tho different gangways. Hornlgold,
I'll go In your boat, and wo'll attend to
Iho cabin. Let all be dono without
poise. No pistols. Use tho blade. Take,
no prisoners and waste no time. If
wo gain tho deck without difficulty.
nnd I think wo can. clap to the hatch
rovers, and we II cut cablo and get un
der way at onco."
Tho men had been embarking In tho
botts rather reluctantly as he spoke,
but presently all was rendj-. Finally
Hornlgold nnd then Morgan with tho
maroon stopped Into tho last boat, first
making euro thcro wero no stragglers
left behind, and Morgan gave the com
mand to shovo off.
Sawklns hnd boldly presumed, In
spite of tho commander, to open his
mouth again ns tho boats slowly left
tho beach, rowing through tho passage
and up tho harbor against tho ebb Just
beginning. Ho pulled tho stroko oar
In Hornlgold's boat.
"Bcforo I go further," ho cried, "I
want to know what ship we're goln'
"Aye!" camo In a subdued roar from
tho men behind blm, who only needed
n leader to back out of tho enterprise,
which, ns It threatened to lnvoho fight
lng, began to seem not qulto so much
to their tnstn. "What ship?"
"Tho frlgato," answered Hornlgold
"What, tho Mary Ilose tho king's
ship!" cried tho men, ceasing to row.
In an Instant Morgan's pistol vvnj
out. His motion was followed by Hor
nlgold and tho inaroon,
"How, you dogs!" he cried florcolj-.
The stroko oarsmnn heoltntf'd, al
though tho others tried to pick up tho
"I glvo j'ou ono mlnuto then I blow
out your brains, pull tho plug In this
boat nnd wo'll nil go to hell together."
said Morgan truculently to tho recnl
"How for j'our lives' snko'" cried
the man behind Sawklns, hitting him
In the back with tho hnft of the onr.
"If t!.t k!.ig'n ship!"
"What do wo raro for the Mng?"
r.ald Mnrgnn. "Ho 13 tho law. mid
nono of us lovo tho law. Two thirds of
her crew arc drunk; t'other thlul nro
nshoro or sick. They nro unpiepared,
asleep, There'll bo naught hut tho an
chor watch, Ono sharp blow nnd wo
hnve tho frlgato, then nwny. What fenr
Ily such words as those, but moro
by tho threatening appeainnco of tho
weapons pointed from tho stein sheets
Morgnn inspirited his men, nnd by slm
liar language nnd threats tho men tn
the other boats did tho samo After
rowing a short dlstanco tho flotilla sep.
prated. Thoso nppronchlng from tho
farther Bldo of tho ship necessarily
mndo a wldo detour, for which tho oth
ers waited, so they would nil arrlvo
Blmultancoufllj-. In perfect silence,
Lrokcn only by tho "cheep" of the cmrs
In tho locks, tho flvo boats swept down
-op tho doomed frlgato.
(To Be Continued Next Saturday)
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Commercial and Traveler'
Lettera of Credit Issued on
the Dank of California and N,
M. Rothschilds & Sons, Lon.
Correspondent! for the
American Express Company,
and Thot Cook 4 Son.
Interest allowed on term
and Savings Bank Deposits.
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