The Black Lagoon 3.3

As Pulpitt spoke more fully, and became more animated, the Governor wondered on him. Now so many men come to the Indies to escape, in their guilty attitude they utter it as loud as parrots—then how is a man without brawn or any fighting spirit, such as Mr Pulpitt, come here? Has he committed someContinue reading “The Black Lagoon 3.3”

The Black Lagoon 3.2

“Indeed so, Mr Wrotney,” said Mr Pulpit. “We are in good relations with our cousins of English America, so that we have a small empire already. And I can well imagine Disputations between the East Indies and the West, should we to stand here a hundred years from now, if not, as a sadness, Wars.Continue reading “The Black Lagoon 3.2”