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If I had only preserved the whole
of this paper, there would be no hreak J
in the bet;innin of my sketch of this !
story. For Captain SIuinv, if it nvus he, '
handed it to his successor in the
charge, and he to his. j
The rule adopted on hoard the ships '
on NNhich I have met "The Man without j
a Country" was, I think, transmitted i
from the beginning. N'o mess liked to
have him permanently, because Ids
presence cur otT till talk of home or of
the prospect of return, of politics or
letters, of peace or of war cut off
more than half the talk men like to ;
have ut sea. But it was always ,
thought too hard that he should never
meet the rest of us, except to touch j
hats, and we finally sank into one sys- j
tern. He was not permitted to talk j
with the men unless an odicer Nvas by. !
With officers he had unrestrained in- i
tercotirse, as far as they and he chose, j
Hut he greNV shy, though he had favor- '
ites: I was one. Then the captain
always asked him to dinner on Mon-
day. Every mess In succession took
up the invitation in its turn. Accord-
ing to the size of the ship, you had him
at your mess more or less often at j
dinner. His breakfast he ate in his !
own stateroom, lie ulways had a state- j
room, which was Nvhere a sentinel, or
somebody on the Nvatch, could see the
door. And whatever, else he ate or '
drank ho ute or drank alone. Some- j
times, when the marines or sailors had i
any special jollification, they were per
mitted to invite "I'lain-Huttons," as !
they called hi;n. Then Nolan was sent j
Nvith some otlicer, and the men were j
forbidden to speak of home while he I
was there. They called him "Plain- i
Buttons," because, while he always '
chose to wear a regulation army uni- .
form, he was not permitted to wear ;
the jinny button, for the reason that
It bore either the Initials or the in
signia of the country he had disowned.
I remember, soon after I joined the
navy, I was on shore Nvith some of the
older officers from our hip and from
the BrandyNvitie, which we had met a!
Alexandria. We had leave to make a
party and go up to 'aifo and the l' ra
mids. As n e jnggvd ahuiig some of
t he g.-t ! leraen fell to ta'king about No- .
n ht.'h v. a
his I !.-
someone told th
s ad .pt.-d from the 1
e 1 1. Si .11
c to ::.
1 lay in
t the I
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f I hey
1 1 -1 ; a a 1
g-e c.g i I
and o i . i
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:i lie ugh th
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d in A;:
a'dc ;..n I.
in the oth,
the old days, wh
r hemisphere talk."! "!' the ;
lies ;,s little gs W e do of
Paraguay. 11" had almost -,!! the for
eign papers that came into the .-hip,;
so. ta r or lat.-r; only somebody must
go over tin m first, atid tail out any :
advertisement or stray paragraph that
allud.-d to America. Ktgbt in the i
midst of one of Napoleon's battles, or
one of ('anning's speeches, poor No'an
'.Could lit! 1 a gl'cat hole, because oil the ;
back of ihe page of that paper there;
had been an ad or: iseinent of a packet
for New York, or ;i scrap from the
president's message. 1 say this was .
the tii'st time I eNer heard of this plan, ,
which jiftei-Nvards had enough, and1
more than enough, to do with. 1 !-
member it, because poof Phillips. nvIio
was of the party, as soon as the allu
sion to reading was made, told ;i story
of something which happened at the;
Capo of Good Hope on Nolan's first ;
voyage; and it is the only thing I ever ,
knew of that voyage. They h;id j
touched at the Cjipe, and had done the .
civil thing with the English admiral !
and the licet, and then, leaving for a i
long cruise up the Indian ocean, l'hil- ;
lips had borrowed a lot of English ,
books from an otlicer, which, in those :
days, as indeed In these, was quite a j
windfall. Among them, as the Devil
would order, nvjis the "Lay of the Last
Minstrel," Nvhich they had all of them
h.'ard of, but which most of them had .
never seen. I think it could not have
been published long. Well, nobody ;
I bought there could be :my risk of any
thing uatiomit in that, though I'billips
swore o h! SIuinv had cut out the
"Tempest" from Shakespeare before
he let Nolan have it, because he said,
"The Bermudas ought to be ours and,
by .love, should be one day." So No
lan was permitted to join the circle
one afternoon when a lot of them s:it
on deck smoking and reading aloud.
People do not do such things so often
now. but when I was young we got
rid of a great deal of time so. Well,
so it happened that in his turn Nolan
took the buok and read to the others;
and he read very well, as I know. No
body in the circle knew a line of the
poem, only it was all magic and bor
der chivalry, and was ten thousand
years ago. Boor Nolan read steadily
through the fifth canto, stopped a min
ute and drank something, and then be
gun, without a thought of what was
Breafnes there the man, with soul so
Who never to himself hath said -
It seems impossible to us that any
body ever heard Uiis for the first time:
but all these fellows did then, and
poor Nolan himself went on, still un
consciously or mechanically -
Thi.t is my own, my native land!
Then they till stiNV something nvjis
to pay ; but he expected to get through,
I suppose, turned a little pale, but
Whose heart hath ne'er within him
As home his footsteps he hath turned
I- loin wandering' on a fore;;.;n strand?
If ,uch tht'te lui-iihe, sjn. mar!; him well.
By this time the men were all be
side themselves, wishing there Nvas any
way to make him I urn over two pages;
but he had not ouite presence of mind
for thai ; he gagged a little, colored
crimson, uml staggered on:
For him no minstrel raptures swell;
llitfh though Ids titles, pron.l ids name,
It.a.ndless his wealth us wish ran claim,
licspite these titles, power and pelf.
The wretch, conc. ntei ed all in seif,
and here the poor 1'cIIonv choked, could
not go on, but started tip. swung the
book into the sea, vanished into his
.stateroom, "and by Jove," said Phil
lips, "we did not see him fifr two
months again. And I had to make up
some beggarly story to that Knglish
surgeon nnIiv 1 did not return l;is Wal
ter Scott to him."
That story shows about the time
when N'oian's braggadocio must have
broken down. At tii'st, they said, h;
took a very Inch tone, considered his
imprisonment a mere farce, affected
to enjoy the voyag'e, and all that; but.
Phillips said that after he came out of
his stateroom he never was the same
man again. He never read aloud Jigain,
unless it was the Bible or Shakespeare,
or something else he nvjis sure of. But
it Nvas not that merely. He never en
tered in with the other young men ex
actly as a companion again. He was
always shy afterward, Nvhen I knew
him, very seldom spoke, unless he
was spoken to. except to a very feNv
friends. He lig'hted up occasionally.
I remember late In his life hearing
him fairly eloquent on something
: 1 r MA
Turned a Little Pale but Plunged On.
NNhich had been suggested to him by
one of Elechier's sermons, but g"iier
ally he had the ucrr.iiis, tired look of
a heart-wounded num.
When Captain SIuinv was coining
home if, as I say, it was Shaw rath
er to the surprise of everybody they
made one of the Windwgird islands,
and lay off and on for nearly a week.
The boys said die ollicers wore sick
of sail junk, and meant to have tur
tle soup before they came home. But
after several days the Warren came to
the same rendezvous; they exchanged
signals; she s ni to Phillips ;ind these
homeward-bound men letters and pti
pers, and told them she w;is outward
bound, perhaps to the Mediterranean,
:ind took poor Nolan and his traps on
the boat back to try his second c ruise.
He looked very blank when he nvjis told
to get ready to join h.-r. He had
known enough of the signs of the sky
to know tlnit till that moment he was
going "home." But this was a dis
tinct evidence of something he hail not
thought of, perhaps, that there nvjis no
going home for him, even to a prison.
And this nvjis the first of some twenty
such transfers, which brought him
sooner or Liter Into h;i!f our best ves
sels, but which kept him ail his life
at least some hundred miles from the
country he had hoped he might never
hear of agjiin.
It may have been on that second
cruise it wjts once when he nvjis up
the Mediterranean that Mrs. Graff,
the celebrjited Southern beauty of
those days, danced with him. They
had been lying a long time in the Bay
of Naples, and the officers were very
intimate in the English lleet, and there
had been great festivities, and our
men thought they must give a great
ball on board the ship. How they
ever did it on board the Warren I am
sure I do not know. Perhaps it was
J) - V..
not the Wjirren, or perhiips ladies did
not take tip so much room as they
do noNV. They Nvtmted to use Nolan's
i stateroom for something, and they
hated to do it without Jisking him to
tho ball; so. the captain said they
might ask him, if they would be re
sponsible that he did not talk with
the wrong people, "who would give him
intelligence." So the dance went on,
the finest party that had ever been
known, I dare say; for I never heard
of a inan-of-Nvar ball that was not. For
ladies they had the family of the
American consul, one or two travelers
who had iidventured so far, and a nice
bevy of English girls and nmtrous, per
haps Lady Hamilton herself.
Well, different ollicers relieved ejich
other in standing and talking with No
lan in a friendly way, so Jls to be sure
that nobody else spoke to him. The
dancing went on with spirit, and after
a Nvhile even the fellows who took this
honorary guard of Nolan ceased to fear
any contretemps. Only when some
English hnly Lady Hamilton, as I
said, perhaps, called for a set of
"American dancers," an odd thing hap
pened. Everybody then danced con
tredances. The black band, nothing
loath, conferred ;is to what "American
dances" were, and started off with
"Virginia Keel." which they follow-.-,!
with "Money-Musk." which, in jts turn
in those days, should have been fol
lowed by "The Old Thirteen.'' But
just tis Hick, the leader, tapped for his
tiddlers to begin, and bent forward,
about to say. in true negro slate. " 'The
Old Thirteen.' gentlemen and ladies!"
as he had said. " 'Virginuy Keel,' if y-,u
please!" "'Money-Musk.' if yoil
please!" the captain's boy tapped him
on the shoulder, whispered to him. and
he did not announce the name of the
dance; he merely bowed, began on
Hie iiir, .and they all fell to, th olli
cers teaching the English girls the
figure, but not telling them why it
had no name.
But that is not the .story I started
: to tell. As the dancing Nvent on. Xo
. Ian and our fellows all got at ease, as
I siiid, so much so that it seemed quite
natural for him to bow to that splendid
Mrs. Graff, and say:
"I hope you have not forgotten me.
Miss Kutledge. Shall I have the hon
or of dancing?"
j He did it so quickly that Shuhrick,
I who was by him, could not hituhr
! him. She laughed and said:
i "I am not Miss Kutledge any longer,
! Mr. Nolan; but I will dance all the
same." just nodded to Shuhrick. as if
to say he must leave Mr. Nolan to her,
and led him otT to the place where the
! dance Nvas forming.
' Nolan though! he had go! his chance-.
He had know n her at I 'hi i ad- I phua.
and :it other places had tm ! h.-r. ati 1
'his v. as 11 gods. ;... Y U c.a;;d lei
: talk in con; redati. es, :,s you do :
i . oil!!: os. or ev-n ;a the p.!U .... ,,f
i u ah zing ; but there wore eh, ,;,. -s : 'r
i :-ti;;ii. s and .-oin.ds. as w i 1 a - : or
j eye- M,d leg-h.-s. i,. .gin v. I - a ';: r
' ravels, gad Eur. and V. -;;. :g-. ..:.
' ! I ; ;: : ; and : - a. .. le a : !:. ;. ; a !
work, d dov. '.. ggd !. -d ti. .1
Ilia' .,- '; aa , ;' -i.o g ,.
said hold: g. a h;- . -;. -a g :-
nave ioog.-d iig
Mr. Nolan ! ! ! I
Mail W ho !; - ,,-
home again!" and -!. - a i k- dir. '. v
'it. th.- dee;, ,,, j,. , hiM and. and left
poof Nolan alone, a-- he niw:..',' NVa.
1 le did let dance ;, g::
1 cannot give any l:;g..rv of him in
on!, r ; tr.it. ly .-;gi no w : .. m 1. ind.-. d,
I am not trying to. These are tra
ditions, which 1 sort otn :ts I bepee
them, from the myths which nave ! n
'old ji'.ont th; i an p.r f..r y yeags.
The feUoNVS Used to ggV he v;, tht?
"Iron M :s, ;" j-.nd poor George p, us
went to his grave in tin- belief that
this was the author m' 'glume-." who
was being punished for Ids -.-!. f gg.d
libel on Thomas .Jefferson, p.-n- was
tiof very s:roi,g in tin- hi-;, ui.-ai line.
A happier story than cither of those I
have told is of the war. That came
along soon after. I have heard this
affair told in three or four ways, ami,
indeed, it may have happened more
than once. But which ship it was on
I canmit tell. However, in one, at
least, of the great frigate duels with
the English, in which the navy was
really baptized, it luipp.-ned that n
round shot from the enemy entered
one of our ports square, and took right
down the otlicer of the gun himself,
and jiimost every man of the gun's
crew. Now you may say Nshat ymj
choose about courage, but that is not
;i nice thing to see. But as the men
who wore not killed picked themselves
up, and the surgeon's people were car
rying otT the bodies, there iippeat'ed
Nolan, in his shirt sleeves, with the
rammer in his hand. ami. just as if he
had been the otlicer. told them oh' with
authority, nnIio should go to the cook
pit with the wounded men. who should
stay with him, perfectly cheery, and
Nvith that way which nukes men feel
sure till is right and is going to be
right. And he finished loading the
gun with his own lunula, aimed it, and
bade the men tire. And there he
stayed, captain of that gun, keeping
those fellows in spirits, till the enemy
struck, sitting on the carriage while
the gun nvjis cooling, though he w:fs
exposed all the time, showing them
easier ways to handle heavy shot, mak
ing the raNv hands laugh at their own
blunders, and when the gun cooled
again, getting it loaded and fired twice
as often as any other gun on the ship.
The captain walked forward, by way
of encouraging the men, and Nolan
touched his hat and said:
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IN lL I OH 35 VKAHS
1 lie ((iit.k and Sure Cure for
MALAR! A, CHILLS, FEVER AND LA GRIPPE
It is ii '(inrrfi1 Tonic nnil Vppotizer
-V:'' i :!.: tir.a' f.-l:n. p.iins In hack.
1' 1 : : 1 i J. aa. Contnlu.i mi quinine;
Siwi'li' or bubit-formlun InKredlenU
W''wM ReJ'Jces Bnrss?! Enlarge
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Tendons Soreness from
Bruises or Strains; stops
Spavin Lameness, allays pain.
Does not blister, remove the
hair or lay up the horse. Only
a few drops required at each
application. $2.50 a bottle at
druggists or delivered. Book 1 A free.
W. F. YOUNG. Inc.. 310 Ttm?le St.. Sprinffield. Matt.
The IniWi' tad Children's Rcinlttor
I'lcaaant to grlve pleasant to
take. Guaranteed purely veg-
ptaMean i absolutely harmless.
It. qitirkly overcoTnea colic,
d iarrhrwo. flatulency and
otner like disorders.
The open puMiihed
formula appear on
x every label.
No more annoyance
r ir i r
or ouensive oaors 01
, 2: l i i l J l i. i yj i 17 w m y .
C'obrael the under
Powder ot the age. Prevents exces
sive per-jtiration, heals that sore
and i ii.'illf.l . -.iiditioii, tlostrovr? bad odors.
Don't .iria. - riid 50c for a full .-ize can.
THE COBRAEL CO.
6239 McClellon Ave. CHICAOO.ILL.
Lumbago or Gout?
Take RHECMACTDF. to remOTe the cause
ami drive the poison from the system,
uim iii inK on the losing
PITS KHKCIATlSa OS THE OCT81DB"
At All Drugglstg
Ja. Biily & Son, Wholesale Distributors
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