Spike, for a seaman of his degree of education, was not
particularly addicted to the weakness to which we have just
alluded. Nevertheless, he was not altogether free from it; and
recent circumstances contributed to dispose him so much the more to
admit a feeling which, like sin itself, is ever the most apt to
insinuate itself at moments of extraordinary moral imbecility, and
through the openings left by previous transgression. As his brig
stood off from the light, the captain paced the deck, greatly
disturbed by what had just passed, and unable to account for it.
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