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Francesco, a tall steward, announces lunch. Delano and Cereno sit down to fish, pumpkin, beef, and  biscuit along with cider and wine; Babo stands behind Delano's chair, in full sight of Cereno's needs.  Delano asks for a private conference, but Cereno replies that Babo, who has replaced the ship's  missing officers, should remain. The two captains settle a price for the sails; then, shortly before two  o'clock, they sit in a cushioned part of the stern while Babo cools Cereno with a feather fan. The resurgence of a breeze leads Delano to declare that he will pilot the  San Dominick  into the bay.  He returns to the deck, finding Atufal guarding the threshold; he issues orders in his best Spanish,  and with Babo's help, he performs what movements are necessary for piloting, then returns to Don  Benito's cabin, again encountering Atufal standing outside it. Because of the slaves' diligence, 
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