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was laid on my shoulder, and a rough voice said to me cheerily: "Well, Mr. Osborne, are you thinking of the sweetheart you have left behind?" "Hardly, Capely curdled the blood in my veins with horror. "Ugly piece of business, Mr. Osborne," he remarked, as he resumed the coat he had thrown off in order the better ith a skeptical laugh, "don't come your land-lubber tricks over an old salt, Mr. Osborne.--You can't gammon me with your — ognomies and — ologies. I have handled toussell, whom I found at the compass on the quarter deck. "Good morning, Mr. Osborne," said he, without looking up. "Stiff breeze — splendid weather." I madnow me. What's the signal? " "When he shoots you through the head." "Osborne, hand me a pair of cuffs out of that chest, if you please." I complied. "Now,l want to know all about it; and you'll tell her I thought of her last of all, Osborne? There — thank you — poor Nelly--" And with these words the brave fellow g