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They accused Long John Silver of trying to make a separate peace with the enemy, while doing nothing for them. And, of course, this was exactly what he was doing. I could not imagine how Silver could keep his men from rising up against him. But he was twice the man they were, and he had gotten the treasure map for them. Dr. Livesey walked outside the stockade fence. Long John Silver took me to him. “Jim Hawkins here will tell you how I saved his life,” he said. ” Then he left us alone. Dr. Livesey turned to me.
Billy Bones were there and so were Long John Silver. We waited with the ship, the Walrus, while Flint went off to bury the treasure. He had six men with him—six strong seamen. When he came back, all six were killed. How he done it, we never knew. We asked him where the treasure was hid. But all he said was, ‘You can stay if you like. ’” Ben Gunn went on. “Well, three years ago, I was on another ship. When we spotted the island I said, ‘Here’s Flint’s treasure, boys. ’ Twelve days we looked for it.
Livesey looked at Redruth. It was clear he had not long to live. The men carried him through the gates of the stockade and into the log house. Squire Trelawney dropped down on his knees beside Redruth. Crying like a child, he kissed his servant’s hand. ” Dr. ” One of the men read a prayer. A little while later, Redruth passed away. While on the Hispaniola, Captain Smollett had tucked several things in his chest and pockets—a British flag, a rope, a Bible, and some tobacco. He and Hunter flew the flag from a tall tree.