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Two days before Christmas I was told by the cox'n that we had a very long list of requests to see me that morning.
"A grand race" -- but old Burke had something to say when he steamed up to put our cox'n among us.
"We were officers and crew and passengers, cox'n and cook, as they say."
"You're wrong there, mate," returned the bowman, quickly, while a look of decision overspread his bluff countenance, "there'll be both a noo cox'n and a noo bowman wanted for her before long, for as sure as the first goes away the tother follers."
I thocht we was a 'gaun to the bottom; but nae doot the cox'n kens best.