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1  My convict never looked at me, except that once.
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2  No," said Joe; "none but a runaway convict now and then.
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3  "And don't blame me," growled the convict I had recognized.
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4  You are expected on board," said the sergeant to my convict; "they know you are coming.
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5  I don't want it to do me more good than it does now, said my convict, with a greedy laugh.
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6  I knew it to be Joe's file, and I knew that he knew my convict, the moment I saw the instrument.
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7  And on the ground beside her, when Joe picked her up, was a convict's leg-iron which had been filed asunder.
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8  It is impossible to express with what acuteness I felt the convict's breathing, not only on the back of my head, but all along my spine.
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9  The other convict was livid to look at, and, in addition to the old bruised left side of his face, seemed to be bruised and torn all over.
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10  At that point, my convict became so frantically exasperated, that he would have rushed upon him but for the interposition of the soldiers.
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11  While I did so, he stood at the table drinking rum and eating biscuit; and when I saw him thus engaged, I saw my convict on the marshes at his meal again.
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12  As one of the soldiers, who carried a basket in lieu of a gun, went down on his knee to open it, my convict looked round him for the first time, and saw me.
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13  The sergeant made some kind of report, and some entry in a book, and then the convict whom I call the other convict was drafted off with his guard, to go on board first.
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14  One was a taller and stouter man than the other, and appeared as a matter of course, according to the mysterious ways of the world, both convict and free, to have had allotted to him the smaller suit of clothes.
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15  Water was splashing, and mud was flying, and oaths were being sworn, and blows were being struck, when some more men went down into the ditch to help the sergeant, and dragged out, separately, my convict and the other one.
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16  So he got into his place, still making complaints, and the keeper got into the place next him, and the convicts hauled themselves up as well as they could, and the convict I had recognized sat behind me with his breath on the hair of my head.
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17  He looked across at me, and his eye appraised my watch-chain, and then he incidentally spat and said something to the other convict, and they laughed and slued themselves round with a clink of their coupling manacle, and looked at something else.
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