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Phil Bradley's Snow-shoe Trail

Or, the Mountain Boys in Canada Wilds

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Author: Silas K. Boone
Published: 1915
Language: English
Wordcount: 42,399 / 123 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 81.2
LoC Category: PZ
Downloads: 470
Added to site: 2012.03.05 31369

his ponies and once more the sledge started on its way.

Lub had an apprehensive look on his chubby face. His eyes sought those of Phil in a mute inquiry.

"Would you mind telling us something about this man, Baylay, Mr. McNab?" asked Phil; while both X-Ray Tyson and Ethan nodded their approval, for their curiosity had also been aroused.

"Oh! ay, though the least said aboot him the better," replied the driver, as he glanced uneasily on either side of the road at the thick "bush" as though he half feared lest the party under discussion might be within earshot of them and take offense; "he is a verra big and powerful man who has a most ungovernable temper. He has gi'en the authorities a great deal o' trouble in the past, but it is maist difficult to get any one to try and arrest him. He has been a logger in his time, and one o' the best ever known along the river. They say he used to smuggle across the border; and to this day he kills game out o' season as he pleases; yet the wardens are sor



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