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Suddenly the thin-nosed man, whom the others called Cardatas, leaned forward.
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And taking from his pocket a little note-book in which he recorded his benefactions in the line of horse trades, he carefully copied the paragraph concerning the _Miranda_. When Nunez met Cardatas in the afternoon, the latter also had news.
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Cardatas wished to know much more, but the mate, who had had but little conversation with Shirley, could only tell him that the brig was then bound from Acapulco to Rio Janeiro in ballast, which he thought rather odd, but all he could add was that he knew Captain Horn, and he was a good man, and that if he were sailing in ballast, he supposed he knew what he was about.
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Nunez then showed Cardatas the note he had made, and remarked that, of course, it could not refer to the present voyage of the brig, for it could not take her five months to come from Acapulco to this port.
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When they parted, Nunez had not made up his mind that the plan of Cardatas was a good one, but he told him to go ahead and see what could be done about getting the _Arato_ and a reliable crew, and that he would talk further to him about the matter.
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He went straight to his friend Cardatas, and said that he would furnish the capital to fit out the _Arato_ for the projected trip.
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Cardatas, who owned a share in her, had sailed upon her as first mate, but he had never before commanded her.
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It was not impossible that the horse-dealer, who had embarked money in this venture, might think that one of the mariners on board might be able to sail the schooner as well as Cardatas, and would not expect so large a share of the profits should the voyage be successful.
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But when the storms came on, Nunez grew sick and unhappy, and retired below, and he troubled the mind of Cardatas no more for the present.
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Having never had, until now, the responsibility of a vessel upon him, Cardatas was a good deal more cautious and prudent, perhaps, than Captain Horn would have been had he been in command of the _Arato_.
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Notwithstanding all these retarding circumstances, Cardatas did not despair of overhauling the _Miranda_.
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But she was fairly well handled, and in due course of time she approached so near the coast that her lookout sighted land, which land Cardatas, consulting his chart, concluded must be one of the Patagonian islands to the north of the Gulf of Penas.
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As night came on, Cardatas determined to change his course somewhat to the south, as he did not care to trust himself too near the coast, when suddenly the lookout reported a light on the port bow.
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Cardatas had sailed down this coast before, but he had never heard of a lighthouse in the region, and with his glass he watched the light.
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Cardatas had always supposed that these islands were uninhabited, and he could not see why anybody should be on one of them making a fire, unless it were a case of shipwreck.
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When he turned into his hammock that night, Cardatas had made up his mind that, if he should discover that the _Miranda_ had gone to the bottom, it would be a very good thing if arrangements could be made for Nunez to follow her.
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Cardatas laughed, and so did some of the others, but they all stopped.
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Cardatas did not immediately answer, for Nunez was excitedly talking to him.
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But the captain still stood up to listen to Cardatas.
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He had had a slight fear, when Cardatas began, that these men might have been sent out by the Peruvian government, but now he saw they were a set of thieves, whether Rackbirds or not, doing business on their own account.
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Examples of Cardata

Example #1
And then followed the words, "Cap' 'Or! Cap' 'Or!" in eagerly excited tones.
Example #2
At this, Inkspot sprang to his feet and clapped his hands.
Example #3
He had discovered that the arrival of the _Miranda_ had not been registered, but he had been up and down the piers, asking questions, and he had found a mate of a British steamer, then discharging her cargo, who told him that the _Miranda_, commanded by Captain Horn, had anchored in the harbor three days back, during the night, and that early the next morning Captain Horn had sent him a letter which he wished posted, and that very soon afterwards the brig had put out to sea.
Example #4
Cardatas wished to know much more, but the mate, who had had but little conversation with Shirley, could only tell him that the brig was then bound from Acapulco to Rio Janeiro in ballast, which he thought rather odd, but all he could add was that he knew Captain Horn, and he was a good man, and that if he were sailing in ballast, he supposed he knew what he was about.
Example #5
Nunez then showed Cardatas the note he had made, and remarked that, of course, it could not refer to the present voyage of the brig, for it could not take her five months to come from Acapulco to this port.