BY NORMAN DOUGLAS
AUTHOR OF 'OLD CALABRIA'
LONDON: MARTIN SECKER
First Published March 1917
The bishop was feeling rather sea-sick. Confoundedly sea-sick, in fact.
This annoyed him. For he disapproved of sickness in every shape or
form. His own state of body was far from satisfactory at that moment;
Africa--he was Bishop of Bampopo in the Equatorial Regions--had played
the devil with his lower gastric department and made him almost an