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"Boss, I hev seen some dynamite explosions in my time--especially when I hev hed to blow up wrecks--but I hev never seen anything like thet. The two shots killed over thirty n*****s, wounded as many more, and stunned a lot, who were drowned. Those who were not hurt swam out of the cove, and neither Docky nor me had the heart to shoot any of 'em--though we might hev picked off a couple of dozen afore they got outer range.


"Before we could stop him our prisoner jumped down among the dead and wounded, got a long knife, an' in ten seconds he had Baian's' head off, and held it up to us, grinning like a cat, on'y not so nice, ez he hed jet black, betel-nut stained teeth, and red lips like a piece ev raw beef.


"We hed no more trouble with the n*****s after thet turn-up, you can bet yer life.


"The buck stayed with us until the luggers came back, and a few days after we

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
1913
1 January
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
339
Pages
PUBLISHER
Public Domain
SELLER
Public Domain
SIZE
224.5
KB

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