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The water within it was beginning to bubble. A thin cloud of steam was rising from the spout. Soon the lid began to rattle and shake. The hot vapor puffed out at a furious rate. Yet when the lad peeped under the lid he could see nothing. " he asked. " "But I know there is something else. " The grandmother laughed. "Oh, that is only steam," she said. " "But you said there was nothing but water in the kettle. " "Why, my dear, it comes out of the hot water. " The grandmother was beginning to feel puzzled.

Exclaimed the landlord. " "The strangest thing? Well, I have seen towering mountains and the great sea; I have seen savage beasts and famous men; but nowhere have I seen anything stranger than the ignorance of the common people. Why, they know but little more than their cattle. They know nothing about the country in which they live; and they have scarcely heard of other lands. " "It makes a great difference," answered Gutenberg. "So long as the common people are thus ignorant they are made the dupes of the rich and powerful who know more.

A man is in one of the barrels," said the captain. Soon the barrel was found and opened. Out of it leaped a young man, richly clad in a velvet cloak and a silk doublet embroidered with gold. He was a handsome fellow. His eyes were keen and bright, and his face had a determined look, like that of one who is used to having his own way about things. At his side hung a long sword, and in his belt was a dagger. Several of the men knew him; and so he did not need to say that his name was Vasco Nuñez de Balboa.

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