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Download Free PDF. They had been in service in the famous attack of the Samothraki on the Maud in Pournea Bay, and had never been removed. No one asked any questions; and the captain ordered them to be conveyed to the pilot-house and engine-room, where they would be available for immediate use. A supply of cartridges was also sent forward, and those who had revolvers were instructed to put them in their pockets.
All these orders were promptly obeyed, and the situation began to look decidedly warlike. Louis could not help asking himself whether or not Captain Scott was not proceeding too rapidly. But the belligerent chief had Captain Ringgold's written orders in his pocket, and there was no room for a protest.
Everything appeared to be ready to give the pirate a warm reception, and nothing more could be done. The Moorish steamer was feeling her way into the bay very slowly, sounding all the time. The Maud [Pg 69] was anchored in fourteen feet of water, which placed her keel very near the rocky bottom, and with no greater depth for a cable's length outside of her. Do I expect Mazagan to resort to violence?
For what did he visit Pournea Bay? Did he resort to violence when he caught you in that shop in the Muski? Did he resort to violence when his assistants attempted to capture you and Miss Blanche in Zante? What do you suppose he followed the Maud up here for, Louis? Do you wish me to surrender the Maud to him? Possibly he would not have been sorry to come into collision with Captain Mazagan and his piratical craft, judging from what he had said to Louis Belgrave, and he had pluck enough to precipitate a conflict with the enemy; but sometimes it requires more courage to keep out of a fight than to plunge into one.
As he had admitted himself, Louis was his model; and he felt that no rashness, no braggadocio, no challenging, no casting down the gage of battle to the pirate who had already outlawed himself, no holding out of a temptation to cross swords with him, would be justified or palliated when he came to render an account of his conduct in what was yet to occur to the commander of the Guardian-Mother.
Whatever he did he was to do strictly in self-defence. The character of Captain Ringgold and of Louis would permit nothing more than this. It was true that the Maud had held out the temptation for her to follow her; but it was as a man with a gold watch and plenty of money in his purse holds [Pg 72] out a temptation to the robber; but it does not follow that he should throw away his valuables. But the plan suggested by Scott and adopted by the commander had not worked as had been expected.
The Guardian-Mother ought to be there in the bay, or somewhere in the vicinity; but nothing had been seen of her, and no one knew what had become of her. According to the plan, the two steamers were to find a way to escape from the pirate, and Scott had marked out the manner in which it was to be done. The gale and the non-appearance of the ship had upset the plan, though the Maud had carried out her portion of the programme. It is not a question of navigation just now, or I should be willing to take the entire responsibility.
Of course the handling of the Maud is an important element in getting out of the scrape, whatever it may prove to be. I have somewhere seen a picture of a good-looking gentleman playing chess with an individual provided with horns, hoofs, and a caudal [Pg 73] appendage.
But in this game the mortal appeared to have the best of it, and he says to the infernal power, 'Your next move. That is where we stand. I am willing to listen to any advice that you wish to give me. At this point Pitts announced that dinner was ready, and Scott led the way to the cabin.
The ledge of rocks appeared to cover at least half an acre of the bottom of the bay. The Maud had anchored abreast of the rock, in two fathoms of water. It was just about high tide when she came in, as the captain had learned from his nautical almanac, and the ebb placed the craft broadside to the Moorish steamer, so that the "Big Four" could see her out the cabin windows.
The pirate made no demonstration of any kind, and the dinner was disposed of in good order, and with hardly an allusion to the exciting events that were expected. Pitts was instructed to give the engineers [Pg 74] their dinner as soon as possible; for all hands might be needed at any moment.
The great rock was of a light color, and could be distinctly seen from the deck. A portion of it rose about six feet above the surface of the water when the Maud anchored, and the receding tide now permitted two feet more of the projecting cone to be seen.
And a half two! There ought to be about three feet ebb and flow here, and your sounding gave about double that, Flix. The owners of the island call it Kebris, written by them G'br's, if you can make anything of that combination of consonants," Louis began, spelling out the strange names he introduced. It is in about the same latitude as South Carolina.
It is about 35 to 50 miles from Asia Minor on the south and Syria on the east. It is miles long by 60 in breadth, containing 3, square miles, or larger than both Rhode Island and Delaware united. It has plenty of rivers, with no water in them except after heavy rains, or when the snow melts on the mountains.
There is no room for lakes of any size, though there is a small one on the east coast, which dries up completely in summer, like the rivers, but has an abundance of fish in winter. This is rather remarkable, and the fact is not doubted, though the phenomenon has not been explained. The interior of the island is mostly composed of a great plain, which was once famous for its crops of grain; but the system of irrigation which prevailed has been discontinued, and its fertility no longer exists. In a scarcity of rain five years ago there was almost a famine in the island.
It has two places they call seaports, but they are not worthy of the name. They are on the south side, and in such a blow as we had last night, they afford no shelter to shipping from southerly storms; and Captain Scott was wise in coming here instead of going to Limasol, which is just inside of Cape Gata. Safe ports are necessary for the commerce of a country or an island, and therefore to its prosperity. The capital is Leucosia, as I find it on my chart, though I find it elsewhere put down as Nicosia; and even the cape we have in sight is Pifanio in a standard atlas.
The population is ,, of whom not quite 50, are Mohammedans, and the rest are orthodox Greeks. The great majority of the people speak the Greek language, but it is so much corrupted that Flix would not understand it. They were the New Yorkers of their day and generation, and were largely engaged in commerce. They brought the worship of Venus over here, and called the island Kupros after her. It had at first nine independent kingdoms, and I should suppose that almost anybody could afford to be a king in this locality.
It was conquered by the Egyptians about five hundred years before the time of Christ; then by the Persians; [Pg 78] and finally came into the possession of the Romans. The people embraced Christianity at an early date. It was said that a shepherd discovered the body of St. Matthew and a part of his Gospel in the island, which called many early saints to visit it. In a. In the Turks obtained possession of it, and have practically held it ever since. In the Book of Acts we read that Paul came over here.
Don't forget to tell Mrs. Blossom, Flix, that you have been to an island visited by Paul and Barnabas in their missionary travels. But I fear you will not remember any more figures if I should give them; and I see there is something like a movement on board of the pirate. This gangway was concealed from the enemy by the house on deck. Louis had two revolvers, and he loaned one to Don.
Scott had carried out a handsaw which was kept in the pilot-house in readiness for any emergency, as well as an axe and a hatchet. The captain had used this same saw with decided effect upon some smugglers who attempted to obtain possession of the little steamer in the Bay of Gibraltar, and he placed it where it was ready for use at any moment.
In addition to this novel weapon, he had sent for a small heave-line with which he had done some lassoing on the same occasion, and also on Captain [Pg 80] Mazagan at a later period. The five hands in the port gangway had loaded their weapons, and were ready to be called into the field. The captain took a look at them, and all was satisfactory.
He hastened back to the forecastle, where he saw that the boat was already pulling for the Maud. Captain Scott called Louis out, and proposed to him that he should take the command of the riflemen, who were required to keep out of sight of the Moors in the boat. He thinks quick, and has good judgment," persisted Louis. I only thought it would be unfortunate [Pg 82] to lose you in the place where you could do the most good," added Scott.
I don't know any better than the rest of the fellows what is coming out of this affair; but it is plain enough now that Mazagan intends to do something. He knows very well that such would be piracy," suggested Louis. He makes no bones of anything that will put forty thousand dollars into his pocket; and that is what he expects to make out of us. Piracy is nothing but a pastime to him; and he relies upon His Highness to save his neck from any undue stretching," replied Captain Scott, as he walked to the port gangway.
Every one has a revolver except Pitts. Louis walked to the forecastle with the captain, and both of them gave their entire attention to the boat that was approaching, having now accomplished more than half the distance between the two vessels. What do you suppose has become of her, Captain Scott?
The last we saw of her she was rounding a point near Damietta. But I have no doubt that she is safe enough; and, if we don't get chewed up in this scrape, I have no doubt she will soon put in an appearance in these waters. Belgrave on board? What if he is not? What is your business with him? Of course his manner was assumed, and Louis listened to him with the most intense interest; for he was anxious to ascertain in what manner the captain intended to conduct the negotiation, if there was to be anything of that kind.
In spite of his affectation of indifference, he knew that Scott was quite as anxious in regard to the result of the parley as he was himself, though he was the intended victim of the pirate. Belgrave as it is to me," replied Mazagan. I don't mean to talk my affairs with one I don't know. Louis Belgrave," replied the captain as impressively as he could make the statement. Belgrave is on board, I wish to see him," continued Mazagan.
Do you wish to talk with the pirate, Louis? She is coming up from the south; and if our business was not such here that none of us can leave, I would send Morris and Flix to the top of that hill on the point, where they could see the ship twenty miles off in this clear air. Keep off! Belgrave, Captain Scott; and you do not answer me.
You are using up my patience, and I tell you that I will not be trifled with! I won't be trifled with! Stop where you are! If you pull another stroke, I shall proceed to business! The oarsmen ceased rowing; and when the boat lost its headway it was not more than forty feet from the side of the Maud. Scott did not object to this distance, as there was to be a talk with the pirate. Belgrave will speak with you since you desire [Pg 87] it," said Captain Scott, as soon as he realized that the boat's crew did not intend to board the steamer.
He walked over to the port side of the deck, where he could still command a clear view of the boat all the time; and he did not take his eyes from it long enough to wink. He was ready to order the riflemen to the forecastle; and he intended to do so if the boat advanced another foot. You can sit down on the deck and hear all that is going on," added the captain, as he moved away. If he took his eyes off the boat at all, it was only to glance at the lofty cape where the ship would first be seen.
Louis had placed himself at the rail, ready for the conference that the pirate desired. Mazagan had met him face to face, and he could not help knowing him. Louis Belgrave? I am ready to hear any statement you wish to make; but I have nothing to say at present.
Can you deny this statement? He keeps himself shut up in his cabin, and refuses to give my noble master any satisfaction. So far I have not been successful. My noble master has been graciously pleased to modify the terms and conditions upon which he will consent to discontinue his efforts to obtain adequate satisfaction for the insults heaped upon him.
He will accept the atonement of two hundred thousand francs for the injury done him, assured that this penalty would be the severest punishment that could be inflicted upon a cowardly and penurious American like Captain Ringgold. He gave the order for his men to pull. Captain Scott called out his force. Captain Scott took the rifle he had reserved for his own use from the pilot-house.
Those who had been waiting for the order had only to move a few feet, and not a second of delay had been made. A boat large enough to contain six men, as did the pirate's, does not overcome its inertia and shoot ahead forty feet without any apparent lapse of time, like a bullet shot from a rifle. Morris and his men were in position before the boat had made ten feet. Morris gave no orders according to the manual of the soldier, but he ranged his command on the forecastle, close to the starboard rail.
The guns were all loaded, and every one of the party had had some experience in the use of the weapon, so that none of them had to be taught how to fire it. It was a fact which came out afterwards, that [Pg 92] every one of them aimed at Mazagan, not only because he was the most prominent mark as he stood in the standing-room, but he was regarded as the biggest villain of the assailants, and they could shoot him with less compunction than the Moors in his train.
He was the representative of the villain behind the scenes, and all the mischief seemed to come out of him. But Mazagan could see the six rifles, including the one in the hands of the captain; and before Don could finish his Arabic sentence, he had given the order to cease rowing.
At least it was supposed he had done so, for the Moors dropped their oars, some of them into the water. The boat's crew were in a panic without any doubt, and Captain Scott was inclined to feel that "the coon had come down. It could be seen on the forecastle of the Maud that the pirate's crew were demoralized.
The Mohammedans are said to be fatalists; and in what they regard as a holy cause they have no fear of death, for they believe it bears them directly to paradise. But some of them must have had sense enough to understand that they were engaged in piracy, and that their heaven did not open wide its gates to those who fell in the commission of crime.
The boat lost its headway, and became motionless at a distance of twenty feet from the Maud, with the rifles still pointed at its crew. If the pirate chief had a revolver in his pocket, this was the time to use it; but he did not even produce it.
He could not help seeing that if he fired a shot, it would immediately cause half a dozen bullets to be sent into the boat; and he had good reason to believe that he would himself be the first victim. Do you mean to shoot us down like dogs? But you are so very polite while you act as a pirate, that [Pg 94] I think it is proper for me to say, with your permission, that my crew can fire thirty-six balls without stopping to load again.
Belgrave on board of your steamer by force. Do you call that respectful and polite? You proposed to rob him of the sum of two hundred thousand francs; and you invite him to become a prisoner on board of your ship in the capacity of a hostage for the payment of the money of which you propose to rob him.
Belgrave has nothing to do with your claim. He has not insulted or assaulted your ignoble master; and, in United States dialect, you 'have taken the wrong pig by the ear. I wish to be fair and just, and I will state the truth to you. When I made my first attempt to obtain satisfaction for my noble master in the Archipelago, I failed because your large ship was armed with cannon, and she disabled my felucca.
I may add that I have served as an officer in the Turkish navy. Belgrave on board of her. The boat was pulling away from the Maud, and the danger of an attack was removed for the present. Mazagan appeared to be urging his men to pull with all their might, and they were doing so.
He evidently had a purpose before him, born of his failure [Pg 97] to accomplish anything by his visit to the Maud. It seemed to be incredible that this man could be sane and sensible to make such a proposition as he had put forward; and doubtless it was done to clothe piracy in a more seemly garb than it usually wears. It was simply ridiculous on the face of it, with no imaginable foundation for the preposterous claim advanced.
Mazagan went on board of his steamer, and a few minutes later a cloud of black smoke began to pour out of her smokestack. Captain Scott had already ordered Felipe to put his furnaces in order for quick time. At the indication given of the firing up of the enemy, he went to the engine-room himself. Don was at work on the fires; and he gave Felipe directions to get up all the steam possible, and to prepare to run the Maud at the greatest speed she had ever attained.
Then he went to the pilot-house, and did not appear to be inclined to talk even with Louis. He went to work upon the chart which included Khrysoko Bay, called Pifanio on some maps, and studied intently for a considerable time. It was clear to all on deck that he had something in his head, and it was believed that he was preparing to meet the boastful threats of Captain Mazagan. By the powers of mud! Do you mind that? She had just thrown open the port when I spoke," replied Felix.
I suppose she has the other on the starboard side. If she had half a dozen of those playthings she might do something. Her top-gallant forecastle isn't big enough for them, as the Guardian-Mother's is for hers. I am not much scared yet, my darling.
If [Pg 99] I were a sporting-man, I would bet on him yet," protested Felix. That the Maud was to be the mark for the cannon of the enemy looked like a settled fact; but no one seemed to be at all excited or nervous. It is true that all of them had been in several fights.
They had fought the fishermen [Pg ] in the Canaries, the smugglers at Gibraltar, the Greek pirates in the Archipelago, and the brigands at Zante. They had had some experience of danger, but they had never come into the presence of great guns before. They were to face these on the present occasion; at least, they were prepared to do so. Before Louis could reach the pilot-house, he saw the captain standing at the wheel, and heard one bell in the engine-room on the gong. It was evident that he was ready to carry out his plan, whatever it was; for he was not expected to announce it.
It was not a very heavy anchor that was required for a craft of the size of the Maud, and it had been done very easily and quietly. Louis went into the pilot-house, where the captain was behind the wheel by this time. He was gazing intently at the conic rock which rose from the water a cable's length ahead of him, off a point on the main shore.
When he brought the little steamer in to her anchorage in the morning, the lead had been kept going all the time, and he had noted the soundings on the log-slate at his side. It was now dead low tide, and the last sounding had given fifteen feet.
I haven't glanced at her. I don't like the looks of her, for she stirs up bad blood in me. I have been trying to be a saint like [Pg ] you, Louis, and it is the most difficult enterprise in which I ever engaged," replied Scott, as he directed his attention to her. I suppose I ought to be frightened at the appearance of that twelve-pounder, poking its muzzle out the side of the vessel; but somehow I am not a bit scared," said the captain, with a broader smile on his face than usual.
Of course she has another gun on her starboard side. But her speed is of more consequence than her guns. If my winged spirit, so constantly near me at times like the present especially, were to materialize, he would present the photograph of Captain Royal Ringgold. He is bigger and more present, [Pg ] so to speak, just now than ever before. If he knew the situation here at the present moment, it would half worry the life out of him, though he would be as dignified as ever.
But I don't do that sort of thing now. I am not the same fellow I was when I came on board of the Guardian-Mother. Now I shall run away if I get a chance to do so. I shall do the best I can to get away from the pirate; but we may not succeed. I have no plan of this bay, only the general chart, on which but a few soundings are given.
We may be driven into a corner where we shall have to see what virtue there is in our firearms, though I hope not. I shall for one; for I heartily approve the platform on which you stand, Captain Scott," said Louis, giving him his hand. You make me stronger than I was before," replied Scott, as he took the offered hand, and warmly pressed it. The Maud was going ahead at only half speed, blowing off her extra steam; for she was in condition to make the best effort of her existence.
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