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"How did you come here?"
"We was settin' sail, sir, to beat out o' the bay. We'd just seen the old Sutherland take fire, an' Cap'n Elliott he says to us, he says, sir 'Now's the time, my lads. Tos'ls and to'gar'ns.' So up we went aloft, sir, an' I'd just taken the earring o' the main to'gar'n when down came the mast, sir, an' I was pitched off into the water. So was a lot o' my mates, sir, but just then the Frenchy which was burnin' blew up, an' I think the wreckage killed a lot of 'em, sir, 'cos then I found I was alone, an' Pluto was gone away, an' so I swum for the shore, an' there was a lot of Frenchies what I think had swum from the burning Frenchy an' they took me to some sojers an' the sojers brought...

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