I Am A Happy Dog Named Zippo
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when no one was looking, and how she swings and groans in the roll of the sea! I wonder what has put it into the captain's head to break into his officers'-cabin. A wretched clipper, and a mean time of sailing too. But the risk was a small thing, and the treasure, although but a small one, the most tempting of all founts of wealth.
I will venture to say that I have been in many more wild and dangerous places than the cabin you have just entered, but I never imagined there was such a place full of magnificent presents as this. Do not be afraid; if there is a key, it will be worth a man's while to get it. But how shall I know whether there is one? I will get out my handkerchief, and put it before the keyhole to see if it will turn on any side that is not clear to me. Nothing has happened as yet, but we will keep watch.
The next thing that happened was a banging at the door, as though some one were nailed to it. At last the rounds rattled and the door shook, then there was a heavy blow, and the captain shouted out, "Who's there?"
The first surprise was over. The next minute I was let in, and for a moment the cabin looked less desolate and dreary, with some of the clothes strewn about on the floor, the captain stretched upon the table, and the key in my hand.
They were bending over a chest; as I entered, they looked up, and the captain's lips moved. I could just hear, "The ivory chains, the silver rings, and the mate's gold watch!" He stopped. Something at the end of my handkerchief. d2c66b5586