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And in the middle of the window there was a dirty silver tray full of mother of pearl card counters, old seals, paste buckles, snuff boxes, and.tly said a brief grace. Everybody was unusually social but as the commander had announced that the particulars of the wreck of the Travancore would be detailed in due time by Dr. Ferrolan, the subject was ignored, and the voyage of the Guardian Mother was the general subject of conversation. The chief steward had spread himself on the breakfast, and the meal was far more elaborate than usual and the wrecked trio proved that they had excellent appetites. CHAPTER VII DR. FERROLAN S EXPLANATION OF THE WRECK With the rising of the sun the gale had broken, and by the time the party in the cabin left the table, the north east monsoon was soothing the ocean with its gentle blast. The angry sea was rapidly becoming good natured again, though the waves were still high enough to give the ship an uneasy motion. 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Perhaps she s his long lost sister, and the estate was left to them equally, only she couldn t be found, so it couldn t be shared up. Perhaps he s only in love with her, Dora said, parted by cruel Fate at an early age, he has ranged the wide world ever since trying to find her. I hope to goodness he hasn t anyway, he s not ranged since we knew him never further than Hastings, Oswald said. We don t want any of that rot. What rot Daisy asked. And Oswald said Getting married, and all that sort of rubbish. And Daisy and Dora were the only ones that didn t agree with him. Even Alice owned that being bridesmaids must be fairly good fun. It s no good. You may treat girls as well as you like, and give them every comfort and luxury, and play fair just as if they were boys, but there is something unmanly about the best of girls. They go silly, like milk goes sour, without any warning. 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