Poligny was written in black ink and exactly similar to that in our possession, except that, at the end, it contained a paragraph in red ink
and in a queer, labored handwriting, as though it had been produced by dipping the heads of matches into the ink, the writing of a child that has never got beyond the down-strokes and has not learned to join its letters.
It was a white, tattered scrap of paper scrawled with red ink
; and the agile inventor had snatched it up almost as soon as the door flew open.
It was about nine miles long and five across, shaped, you might say, like a fat dragon standing up, and had two fine land-locked harbours, and a hill in the centre part marked "The Spy-glass." There were several additions of a later date, but above all, three crosses of red ink--two on the north part of the island, one in the southwest--and beside this last, in the same red ink
, and in a small, neat hand, very different from the captain's tottery characters, these words: "Bulk of treasure here."
`Tell the man the formula for powder is in grey envelope in first drawer to the left of Secretary's desk, War Office, in red ink
. He must be careful.
At one point is a small cross done in red ink
, and above it is '3.37 from left,' in faded pencil- writing.
That which he had called round, I found to be a shilling piece; and the third, which was to help me so wonderfully both in health and sickness all the days of my life, was a little piece of coarse yellow paper, written upon thus in red ink
Against this there were double lines drawn in red ink
, and the following note was appended to them--
Well, I just took his letter and wrote in all the words, spelled right, above the wrong ones, in red ink
, just as Mr.
This paper the boy proceeded to unfold, taking care not to spill the pills, and found several lines clearly written in red ink
Candy's wanderings appeared, copied in black ink; the intervals between the phrases being filled up by Ezra Jennings in red ink
. I reproduce the result here, in one plain form; the original language and the interpretation of it coming close enough together in these pages to be easily compared and verified.
I took up the envelope and saw scrawled in red ink
upon the inner flap, just above the gum, the letter K three times repeated.
She had had the idea of giving it a certain daintiness, and she made much use of blue and red inks
; she bound the copy in coarse paper, that looked vaguely like watered silk, in various pale colours; and she had acquired a reputation for neatness and accuracy.