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didn't know that they are near soldiers ; but soldiers commonly think more of their dinner at a halt than of their wisdom and danger . No , no ; let the boy pile on his logs , and smoke them well too ; it will all be laid to the ...
finding himself floating quietly in the deep water below the rapids , secure from every danger , and without having taken in enough of the element to serve for a draught . “ All is over , Mabel , ” the young man cried cheerfully .
Unhappily Sergeant Dunham has taken up the notion that the danger is to be apprehended from up - stream , because Frontenac lies above us ; whereas all experience tell us that Indians come on the side which is most contrary to reason ...
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Review: The Leatherstocking Tales, Vol. 1 (The Leatherstocking Tales #2-4)Recenze od uživatele - Brenda - Goodreads
currently reading The Last of the Mohicans and The Pioneers, written by James Fenimore Cooper. We visited Cooper's Cave in Glens Falls, NY last summer - a scene in Last of the Mohicans. I can't wait to discuss this book next year during American Lit. Přečíst celou recenzi