The Man Trail

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A. L. Burt, 1915 - 289 pages
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Page 170 - I have been thinking very hard on this trip about what we should do for England, and it seems to me that the thing to do is to get away from the dollar...
Page 70 - The old man opened his mouth to speak, but no words came out.
Page 255 - It wouldn't have been so bad if it hadn't been for the storm.
Page 204 - THE next day came and went, and the next and the next without sign or hint of interference from Bart.
Page 200 - The old man kept kind of gagging in his throat as if he was trying to say something and couldn't. 'Belle !' he kind of gasps, as if that was all he could think of. 'She's all right, I tell you,
Page 110 - Will you take my word for it? There's nothing for you to worry about.
Page 131 - Lavin and threw him to one side as if he had been a boy of ten.
Page 149 - So lost in his thoughts was he that he did not hear the footsteps...
Page 195 - After that there would be nothing for him to do but to pack his war-bag and hie himself out of the woods.
Page 197 - John knew he would be on tenter-hooks, for, in spite of the energy with which he had thrown himself into the work of...

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