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I r 1r 11LTHE SALT LAKE HERALD SUNDAY JUNE S 1890SIXTEEN PAGES ii Jn1 THE SPLENDID SPURt i IBeing Memoirs of the Adventures of John Marvel a Servant ofHis Late Majesty King Charles 1 in the Years16423 Written by Himself Ij ENGLISHJ 1EDITED IN MODERN ENGLISHIr BeforE I liuu the sand vrell ont of my oyes jtar ore was up and had his pike loose I j Izurl in a twinkling the rebel was spittedthrough tba iuddle and writhing Twss 1culg bat before I ccrald puil cut my pisSol anl Cd bis psiii cara oir front rank atop of us again anddot rufj werc die ijko sheep my coinIi3j icstchngip rho dead mans musketl down thecad ammunition bagaad Ifollowiup ownfcl I > > e with three stout rebels at my heelsWhat wll b the Tbs cud was that after forty yards or sCadanjr the foremost close upon me I turnednlot and lot dv with my pistol at him HpFpuu round twice aad dropped which I waswondering ntthe pistol being but a poornvoapoa for aim vi Deal was caught by theunn cad pulled behind a dump of bushesJLiaady by Twos the man with the wendyjbv his smoking musket I knew that twos hoTiTiri firm the shot that killed inv purerr Good turn for good turn says he quickVl + h t her pistolThe ether two bad stopped doubtfully buttt the next discharge of my pistol theytnrr 1 tail and went up the hill again andSc c c alone And suddenly I grewjaw 3 iMt my bead was aching fit t split Iiao the turf sick and ilLv aLt 1 I todiois t toll the whole of thisi1ag 11 which b ri ning soon after sucrisa4 > I t tin 4 I the aft BKIjts nc indeed of the whole my recolIts n hut of continual advauco and rpt s tat same slopeh 1 t ct U cclock w having been for thesix ii beitcn back were panting under0 i > r r a h islgP and Sir John BerkeleyU1 h v s writing or a drumhead some1S i e if the camp when there comes aj i i3imi horseback his face smearedHIT utl lust and rides up to him andS inI Twa I have since learned tfi i the powder was all spent but all o or two but this only the captains Ika w at he MmeV ry well then cries Sir Bevill leaping i Iup gavly Come along b yswe must dot tins time And tho troop forming once imoro the trumpets sounded the charge and jup we went Away along the slope we heard tJ L thEy other trumpeters sounding in answer and1 believe twos n sursum corda to all of us IBilly Pottery was ranged on my right inthe first rank and next t me on the other i itide a giant near seven foot high who said Ihis name was Anthony Payne and his business tn act a body servant to Sir Bevillfend he it was that struck up a mighty curious song in the Cornish tongue which therest took up with a will Twas incrediblehow it pa fire into them all and Sir Bevill itossed his hat into the air and after him likeschoolboys wo pelted straight for the massesaheadFor now orer the rampart came a company of rod musketeers and two of russetclad pikemen charging down on u A moment and we were crashed back anotherand tho chant rose again We were grappling hand to hnd in the midst of theirlesBrtBrt good lack What use is swordsmanship n a charge like this The first red coatthat encountered I had hcnluutore me ha spitted throughthe luug cud carried on by the rush hetwirled ins round like a windmill In an inbcaut I was passed the giant stepping beforeand about him hiaia Iud clearing a space usingpkeasif twere a lil With a wench ITugged my sword out and followed I sawSir Bevill u little t the left beaten to hisknee and carried towards nle Stretchingout a baud I pulled him on his feet againcatching 3 I did so a crack on tho skullthat would have ended me had not Billy Pottery put up his pike and broke the force ofit Next I remember gripping another redcoatcat by the beard and thrusting at bun withjortened blade Then tho giant ahead liftedlis pike highland we fought t rally roundit and with that I seemed caught off my fetand swept forward and we wero on thecrestTaking breath I saw the eisemy rneltinp offthe summit like a mans breath off a paneAnd Sir Bevill caught my hand and pointedacross t where on the north side a whitestandard embroidered with gold griffins wasmountingTis dear Nick Slanningt hecried Gta praised the day is i ours for certainCHAPTER SVHi MEET WTTII A HAPPY AnvurrnuEThe rest of this signal victory in whichseventeen hundred prisoners were taken bsides the Maj Gen Chudleigh and all therebels camp cannon and ictali leavehistorians t telL For very soon after thorout was are the plain below full of menscreamiag and runaiag and Gel John Digbysdragoons after them chasing cutting andkilling a wet muzzle was thrust into myhand and turning I found Molly behind mewith the groom to whom I had given her intho morning The rogue had counted on acrown for his readiness and sore the marec wa ready for anything ho having mixedJsalf a pint of strong ale with her mash nothalf an hour beforeSo I determined t see the end of it andpaying the fellow climbed into the saddleOn the summit the Cornish captains werenow met and cordially embracing Tis verysad in the latter times t call back theirsot and boyish laughter 5 soon t boquenched on Lansdowno slopes or by BristolgraE Yet 0 favored ones to chase Victory to grasp her fluttering kt and swith warm panting cheeks kissing her tfall escaping evil daysHow could they la gr For me the latepassionate struggle left me sake with sbIt und for the starting tears I sw neither moorsaround nor atm nor twinkling seA Brushlag them away I was aware of Billy Potterystriding at my stirrup and munching at a4 biscuit ho had found in tho rebels campWe tbs dent being gentle broke ito aran i b pes tl catch up with CaL Joha Digby T5drs o3n that already were fa acrossthe next vals The s ope around us was piedwith deal and dying breof foal out ofevery five were rebels and cruelly theycurvl us a we passed them by Night wascoaling o apace and her already we werein aefj shadow but could see tie yellow sunon the hills beyond We crossed a stream atties foot and weN climbing ag Behindu thuchecriag yetoontiaued though faiaterand fAinter grew the cries and shouting infront nn Sons we turned into a lane over nKteep hedge under tho which two or threeHot rebels were cowering A wo cametumbling almost atop of thee ttiey ran yellia and we cct tboui go in peaceThe lane gradually le us to westward outof the santa lIne l of the rout and past 1 hami M lit where every door was shut and all silentLc And ct lat a slice of the sei fronted us betweentween two steeply shelving hills On thecrest of 1he road before it plunge down towards the coast was n wagon lying againstthe hedge t tho horses iroae and bidit stretched across the road an old womanStopping we found her dead with a swordthrust through the left brent and insidth wagon I young man lying with his jawbonad agl up deud also And how this sactpelpet cc happened hero s far from the battie flela was more than we could oI was laoviag away when Billy that warlaicsliujiin the rood chanced to crest his Ci up totrvxtr thr EM Mid drooping the deacu I vroiaaa1 liui I urramblod on Ms feet antJonlajJE3iJtli ajuzie iiFollnTnng his gaze 1 saw a small sloop Imoving utder shortened canvas about two imiles from the land She made a pleasantsight wit the last rays of sunlight flamingOB her sails but for Billys perturbation I Icould not account s turned a inquiringglance to himSuthin1 i tho wind out yonder was hisanswer Whats a sloop doing on thatratchEO close in by the point Be dangedl butthere she goes again as tho little vessel Iro agonsswung off a point or two farther from the j Ibreeze that was breathing softly up channelTime to sup lad for tho both of u hebroke Ioff shortly jIndeed I was faint wit hunger by this itime yet had no stomach t cat thus close tothe dead S turning into a gate on our leftI hand we crossed two or threo fields and satdown to sup off Billys biscuits the mareI standing quietly beside us and cropping theshort crassThe fleld bee we now found ourselvesran out along the top of a small promontory Iandended without fence of any sort at the Ie1s edge As I sat looking sonthwardfIcould only observe tho sloop by turning myhead but Billy who squatted over againsttook his off her and betweenme hardly tok eyes of beteenthis and his meal was to busy t speak award For me I had enough to do thinkingover the late fight end being near worn outhad half n mind to spend the night there ontko hard fnrf for tbnnjm tho nn was nordow ad the landscape gray yet the air wasexceeding warm and albeit as I have saidthere breathed a light breeze now and thentwos hardly cool enough t dry the sweatoffmo So I stretched myself out and found itvery ju > vsant t lie still nor when Billystood up and sauntered o2 towards the farend of tho headland did I stir more than toturn my head and lazily watch himHe was gone half an hour at the least andthe sky by this time was so dark that I hadlost sight of him when rising on my elbowto look around I noted a curious red glowat a point where the turf broke off not threehundred yards behind me and a thin smokecurling up in it 3 it seemed from the veryface of the cliff below In a minute or sthe smoke ceased almost but the shinecea amost butagainst the sky continued steadyS aough notvery strong Billy has lit a fire I guessedund was preparing t go and look when Ispied a black form crawling towards me andpresently saw twas Billy himselfComing close he halted put a finger t hislip and beckoned then began to lead thewdy back a he had comeThought I the are queer doings butleft Molly t browse and crept after him onhands and knees He turned his head once tmake euro I was following and then scrambledbled on quicker but softly towards the pointwhere the red glow was shiningOnce moro he pulled upas I judged abouttwelve distance from tho andpaces distanc edgeandafter considering a second began t moveagain only now ho worked a little t thoAnd I of thisright soon saw theintention tbifor just hero the cliffs lip wn cleft by a fissuresure very like that in Scawfell which wewere used t call the Lords Rake only narrower that ran back into the field andshelved out gently at the top s that I manscramble down itmight easily snmble some way dowthough how far I could not then tell Andtwos from this fissure that the glow cameAlong the right lip of this Billy led moskirting it by a couple of yards and wrigglingon his belly like a blindVorm Crawlingcloser for twos hard to himcor now ta t see againstthe black tr I stopped beside him andstrove t quiet the violence of my breathingThen after a minutes pause together wepulled ourselves t the edge and peered overThe descent of the gully was broken someeight feet below u by a small ledge slopingoutwards about six feet a I guess andscreened by branches of th wild tamariskAt the back in an angle of the solid rockwas now set a pan pierced with holes andfull jf burning charcoal and over this a mania tho rebels uniform was stoopingHe had a small paper parcel in his lefthand and w blowing at the charcoal withal h might Holding my breath I heardhim but could of his faceclearly culd see nothing o hi fnfor his back was towards u all sable againstthe glow The charcoal fumes a they rosechoked me s that I was very near a fit ofcoughing when Billy laid one hand on myshoulder and with the other pointed out tseawardswarLooking that way I saw 3 small light shinthe close in Twos alaning on sea pretty cose in Tw3 atern hung out from the sloop a I concludedon the instant and now 1 began t have aninkling of what was towardBut looking down again at the man witithe charcoal pan I saw a black head of hairlifted and then a pair of red puffed cheeksand a pimpled nose with a scar across thebridge of itall shining in the glare of thepanPowersPowers of heaven I gasped tis thatbloody villain Luke Settle 1And springing to my feet I took a jumpover the edge and came sprawling on top ofhim The scoundrel 3 stooping with hisnose close t the pan and had not tie t Iturn before I lit with a thud on his shoulders flattening him on tho lego and nearlysending his face on top of the live coalsTwas s sudden that before he could smuch n think my fingers were about hiswindpipe and the both of us struggling flatthe brink of the For he hadon hrn precipice abulls strength and heaved and kicked sI that I fully looked next moment to be flyj ing over the edge into the sea nor could II loose my grip t get out a pistol but only iheld on and worked my fingers in and j jhow he had bl the mastiffthought stracglod t1 mail jI that night on the bowling groan and vowedt servo him this same if only strength held jioutButnow jButnow just as he had almost twisted hisneck free I heard a stone or two break away j II above u and down came Billy Pottery flyingatop of us and pinned us t the ledgeI Twos short work BOW Within a minuteI Capt Luke Settle was turned on his back his= with clutch hiseye fairly starting Billys cnth on hihis mouth wido and tillthroattbat hi open nd gaspingi i I slipped the nozzle of my pi tol between hisi teeth and with that he had no aioro chanceJ but gave in and like a lamb submitted tI have his arms trussed behind him withI Billys leathern bolt and his legs with his own iI Xow said I standing over him aud patling tho pistol against his temple you andj 1 blaster Turncoat Settle have seine acI counts that twould 11 1 well to square SI first tell ni what do you here and where isj Mistress Delia Killigrowf1j I think that till this moment the bully hadidea hisafulauts than chancei no ea h 1 couple of Corrish troopers But noW seeingj the glow of the burning charcoal on my faceI ho ripped cut a horrid blasphemous curseI and straightway fell to speaking calmlyj Good sirs the game is yours with caret Slid I but you hold a pretty hand if onlyj you know low 1 play itI j i you shall help me captain but letI u b clear about the stakes For you tislife death formetis to MistressmoI le or dOth li t regain lsrI1 I Delia failing which I shoot you here throughthe head and topple you into tho sa Youare the knave of trumps s and I play thatcard a matters now stand only the queencan save youBJght but where b king and acofTie king is i the Cornish army yonder theis here which I holdace i my pistol hor holtj And thats a very pretty comprehensionthtygflmp s Jplay the queen>Wliero is shoPFor answer he pointed seaward where the lsloops lantern lay like a floating star on theblack watersWhat I cried L Mistress Delia in thatsloop 1 And who i with her pray fWhy Black Dick t beg with andRub Godges and Jeremy ToyAll the knaves left in the pack God helpher I muttered as I looked out towards thelight and my heart beat heavily God helpher I said again and turning spied a grinon the captains faceUnder Providence answered hePridence aner yourunworthy servant may suffice But what imy reward to bYYour neck said I i I can save it whenyou are led before the Cornish captainsThats fair enough so lsten Tee few Imonths the lady has been shut in Bristol Keep Iwhither by the advice of our employer wconveyed back safe and sound This sameemployerA dirty rogue whom you may a wellcall by his name Hannibal TingcombRight young sir a very dirty rogue andI niggardly I hate a men rascal Wellfearing her second escape from that prisonand being hand in glove with tho parliamentmen ho gets her on board a sloop bound forthe Virginias just at the tune when knowsthe Earl of Stamford is i to march and crushthe Coraishmen For escort she has the threecomrades of mine that I named and the Cathin of the sloop a fellow that asks no


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