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to escape, I'll forgive you all this, because you've peached. But if you make me any trouble, I'll blow your brains out before you can wink." The operation of gagging was speedily performed, and the carpenter laid in one of the berths. Captain Russell then opened a private chest, and took out several pairs of revolvers, two of which he handed to me, saying: "Are you a good shot?" "Yes," I answered, simply. "Good. You'll have some work, then. We must warn Andrews and Richards, the mates and the two other fellows Smith mentioned, as soon as possible, without exciting these rascals' suspicions. Let me see," he said, musing a few moments, "how to do it, that's the question — ha! I have it." He motioned me to follow him, and went on deck, turning the key of the cabin door without being observed. He whispered a few words to me hurriedly, and then shouted to Rob, who was belaying a rope on the other side of the ship: "Call all bands to grog, Etchborn, and