1 Where the pilgrims imagined it crawled to I don't know.
2 The pilgrims could be seen in knots gesticulating, discussing.
3 It must have made some of the pilgrims sit up in their hovels.
4 Two pilgrims were quarreling in hurried whispers as to which bank.
5 I became in an instant as much of a pretense as the rest of the bewitched pilgrims.
6 The pilgrims used to turn out in a body and empty every rifle they could lay hands on at him.
7 The pilgrims had opened with their Winchesters, and were simply squirting lead into that bush.
8 The red-haired pilgrim was beside himself with the thought that at least this poor Kurtz had been properly revenged.
9 When the manager, escorted by the pilgrims, all of them armed to the teeth, had gone to the house, this chap came on board.
10 I put the helm hard a-starboard at the moment when the pilgrim in pink pyjamas, very hot and agitated, appeared in the doorway.
11 They wandered here and there with their absurd long staves in their hands, like a lot of faithless pilgrims bewitched inside a rotten fence.
12 The simple old sailor, with his talk of chains and purchases, made me forget the jungle and the pilgrims in a delicious sensation of having come upon something unmistakably real.
13 I had been dimly aware for some time of a worrying noise, and when I lifted my eyes I saw the wood-pile was gone, and the manager, aided by all the pilgrims, was shouting at me from the river-side.
14 It came in sections during the next three weeks, each section headed by a donkey carrying a white man in new clothes and tan shoes, bowing from that elevation right and left to the impressed pilgrims.
15 All the pilgrims and the manager were then congregated on the awning-deck about the pilot-house, chattering at each other like a flock of excited magpies, and there was a scandalized murmur at my heartless promptitude.
16 Certainly they had brought with them some rotten hippo-meat, which couldn't have lasted very long, anyway, even if the pilgrims hadn't, in the midst of a shocking hullabaloo, thrown a considerable quantity of it overboard.
17 He had the power to charm or frighten rudimentary souls into an aggravated witch-dance in his honor; he could also fill the small souls of the pilgrims with bitter misgivings: he had one devoted friend at least, and he had conquered one soul in the world that was neither rudimentary nor tainted with self-seeking.
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