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Mon Apr 03 04:40:27 2017 1 The Project Gutenberg EBook of The Day’s Work, Volume 1, by Rudyard Kipling This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever.
You may copy it, give it away or re-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License included with this eBook or online at www.gutenberg.org Title: The Day’s Work, Volume 1 Author: Rudyard Kipling Posting Date: December 13, 2008 [EBook #2569] Release Date: March, 2001 Language: English Character set encoding: ISO-8859-1 *** START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK THE DAY’S WORK, VOLUME 1 *** Produced by An Anonymous Project Gutenberg Volunteer THE DAY’S WORK By Rudyard Kipling CONTENTS THE BRIDGE-BUILDERS A WALKING DELEGATE THE SHIP THAT FOUND HERSELF THE TOMB OF HIS ANCESTORS THE DEVIL AND THE DEEP SEA WILLIAM THE CONQUEROR .007 THE MALTESE CAT BREAD UPON THE WATERS AN ERROR IN THE FOURTH DIMENSION MY SUNDAY AT HOME THE BRUSHWOOD BOY THE BRIDGE-BUILDERS The least that Findlayson, of the Public Works Department, expected was a C.
I.
E.; he dreamed of a C.
S.
I.: indeed, his friends told him that he deserved more.
For three years he had endured heat and cold, disappointment, discomfort, danger, and disease, with responsibility almost too heavy for one pair of shoulders; and day by day, through that time, the great Kashi Bridge over the Ganges had grown under his charge. Now, in less than three months, if all went well, his Excellency the Viceroy would open the bridge in state, an archbishop would bless it, and the first trainload of soldiers would come over it, and there would be speeches. Mon Apr 03 04:40:27 2017 2 Findlayson, C.
E., sat in his trolley on a construction line that ran along one of the main revetments--the huge stone-faced banks that flared away north and south for three miles on either side of the river--and permitted himself to think of the end.
With its approaches, his work was one mile and three-quarters fin length; a latti...





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