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By Dudley Pope

The youngest captain in His Majesty's military, with a name for touchdown most unlikely assignments, Lord Ramage is dispatched to the Caribbean islands of Martinique and Diamond Rock. The undertaking turns out humdrum: barricade the French inside of citadel Royal. yet despatched to sea within the Juno with a group grown stressed and undisciplined lower than the past commmand of a under the influence of alcohol, Ramage realizes his vssel is probably not as much as conflict with the French.

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Son, sir. ” “Mmm, then you definitely are the younger fellow I’ve been interpreting approximately within the Gazette now and then. good, you'll locate it much quieter out the following. No pleasure. Convoys up and down the islands, an occasional chase after a privateer …” Ramage pictured Southwick’s face and didn't observe the Admiral staring at him heavily. “You glance disenchanted. ” “No, sir,” Ramage stated hurriedly, cautious to not upload that it used to be what he had feared. “I don’t have in mind seeing your identify at the most modern record i've got. while have been you made put up? ” “A month ago,” Ramage responded and knew what the Admiral used to be going to claim subsequent. “Hmm, such a lot junior at the station—by a few years or so. ” He gave a dry chortle. “That’ll be a reduction for a few of my younger firebrands: after they observed the Juno I count on they concept she used to be nonetheless commanded by means of your predecessor, who has extra seniority than the remaining o’ them prepare. Now, you could have despatches for me? ” Ramage took 5 packets and gave them to the Admiral, who checked out the remainder of the papers Ramage used to be maintaining. “What are those—Weekly debts and that kind of thing—list of defects so long as your arm? ” whilst Ramage nodded, the Admiral rang the bell, which he had placed down beside his chair. “Give ’em to my secretary,” he acknowledged, bellowing to the sentry to cross the notice for Mr Henshaw. while Henshaw arrived, as skinny and fearful a secretary as Ramage had ever noticeable and clearly additionally the ship’s chaplain, the Admiral didn't trouble with introductions, basically telling him to take the Juno’s Weekly bills and begin facing them. As Ramage stood, meaning to go away the Admiral to learn his letters from the Admiralty, he glanced up. “You haven’t entire your drink yet,” he acknowledged impatiently. “Just sit whereas I learn via this. while have been you final on the Admiralty? ” “The starting of final month, sir, whilst i used to be made submit. ” “Who did you notice? ” “The First Lord, sir. ” back the Admiral stared at him. “And how used to be Lord St Vincent, eh? ” “In strong health,” Ramage stated lamely, guessing on the questions that has to be passing during the Admiral’s brain, because it was once infrequent for a tender submit captain to determine the 1st Lord, and he should have discovered that Ramage was once nonetheless a lieutenant whilst he entered the 1st Lord’s workplace. The Admiral ripped open the 1st letter—all of them, seriously sealed, have been numbered, Ramage had spotted; most likely they have been marked so as of value. because the Admiral learn, Ramage twisted a little bit in his chair and regarded around the cabin back. The Admiral used to be definitely a guy who cherished comfort—and who might blame him? the 2 gimballed lanterns have been silver, 4 different lanthorns clipped to the bulkheads have been inlaid with silver twine which was once labored within the horn within the comparable trend because the sword-hilt. The Admiral grunted and Ramage heard him ripping open a moment packet. The canvas masking the cabin sole used to be new, and it will take numerous extra coats of the faded eco-friendly paint ahead of the cloth was once delicate. Ramage shifted his place: the armchairs have been cozy sufficient yet leather-based used to be infrequently an appropriate masking for the warmth of the Tropics: he may perhaps consider perspiration making his breeches persist with the fabric.

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