By Helen Boyd Higgins
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Mr. Knox,” called one of the sailors, “they are wanting you back at the store. ” “Aye,” shouted Mr. Knox. ” The big man pushed forward. Alec’s eyes danced. He had to run to keep up with his new friend. They hurried through the door of the warehouse. A crowd of men stood back as they came into the room. “Here comes Preacher Knox. Let him by,” shouted a loud voice. “Come this way, sir. ” The minister stepped into the center of the circle of men. Two of them stood face to face, frowning. Alec recognized the larger of the two as the man with ear30 T HE CH A SE rings whom he had seen on the Queen Bess.
Knox. “I’ll show you how much I can read right now,” Alec said. “Not now, dear,” said his mother. ” Alec frowned but he started at once across the terrace. His legs hurt. His back hurt. His head ached. “I’ll be right down,” he called back. But when his mother sent Becca, the cook, up to see why he didn’t come, she said that Alec was asleep on his bed. It was late that night when Alec’s mother woke him and helped him undress. She rubbed his back with some liniment. “What time is it? Is Mr. ” Alec asked sleepily.
As the horses passed, the monkeys threw bits of bark and small branches at them. One piece hit Christy’s nose. Christy reared and plunged. He dragged the loose reins from Alec’s hands and bolted across the cane stubble. Alec had forgotten to keep the steady hold old Poleon had taught him. His mind had been far away thinking. His left foot began to slip from the stirrup. He leaned far to the side and grabbed Christy about the neck. Old Poleon’s big horse pounding along behind frightened Christy even more.
Alexander Hamilton: Young Statesman by Helen Boyd Higgins