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Rujub, the Juggler

G. A. Henty

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. . .ew soldiers, for in all the battles we have fought there have always been two or three Sepoy regiments to one English. Besides, they consider themselves fully a match for us. They have fought by us side by side in every battlefield in India, and have done as well as we have. I don't see what they should rise for. I don't even see whose interest it is to bring a rising about, but I do know that if they rise we shall have a terrible time of it. Now I think we may as well turn in. You won't take another peg? Well, I shall see you in the morning. I shall be at the hospital by half past six, and shall be in at half past eight to breakfast. You have only got to shout for my man, and tell him whether you will have tea, coffee, or chocolate, any time you wake."

"I shall be about by six, Doctor; five is my general hour, but as it is past one now I dare say I shall be able to sleep on for an hour later, especially as there is nothing to do."

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Community Reviews

It so far is okay. As, I have not finished it. Just not Henty usual. The girl is may too much.

Not Henty's usual, for sure. Fascinating to read it again, though! I love the characters, setting, plot, everything as usual (like I do with all of his works), just not the juggler character and his daughter- they're portrayed as rather amoral, which I don't agree with. You're dealing with spirits,