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1  That doctor's a fool, I tell you.
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2  The doctor never so much as moved.
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3  "Much I care," returned the doctor.
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4  "That doctor's done me," he murmured.
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5  "Good evening, Dance," says the doctor with a nod.
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6  Your doctor hisself said one glass wouldn't hurt me.
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7  But he broke in cursing the doctor, in a feeble voice but heartily.
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8  "Prophetic," said the doctor, touching this picture with his finger.
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9  There is no Black Dog here," said the doctor, "except what you have on your own back.
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10  First he recognized the doctor with an unmistakable frown; then his glance fell upon me, and he looked relieved.
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11  When I got back with the basin, the doctor had already ripped up the captain's sleeve and exposed his great sinewy arm.
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12  The doctor looked it all over, as if his fingers were itching to open it; but instead of doing that, he put it quietly in the pocket of his coat.
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13  And now, sir," continued the doctor, "since I now know there's such a fellow in my district, you may count I'll have an eye upon you day and night.
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14  He sprang to his feet, drew and opened a sailor's clasp-knife, and balancing it open on the palm of his hand, threatened to pin the doctor to the wall.
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15  Probably I should have told the whole story to the doctor, for I was in mortal fear lest the captain should repent of his confessions and make an end of me.
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16  I'm not a doctor only; I'm a magistrate; and if I catch a breath of complaint against you, if it's only for a piece of incivility like tonight's, I'll take effectual means to have you hunted down and routed out of this.
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17  He was growing more and more excited, and this alarmed me for my father, who was very low that day and needed quiet; besides, I was reassured by the doctor's words, now quoted to me, and rather offended by the offer of a bribe.
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18  All they would do was to give me a loaded pistol lest we were attacked, and to promise to have horses ready saddled in case we were pursued on our return, while one lad was to ride forward to the doctor's in search of armed assistance.
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19  I followed him in, and I remember observing the contrast the neat, bright doctor, with his powder as white as snow and his bright, black eyes and pleasant manners, made with the coltish country folk, and above all, with that filthy, heavy, bleared scarecrow of a pirate of ours, sitting, far gone in rum, with his arms on the table.
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20  On the night before the funeral he was as drunk as ever; and it was shocking, in that house of mourning, to hear him singing away at his ugly old sea-song; but weak as he was, we were all in the fear of death for him, and the doctor was suddenly taken up with a case many miles away and was never near the house after my father's death.
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