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The Lost Trail

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Author: Edward S. Ellis (R.H. Jayne)
Published: 1864
Language: English
Wordcount: 37,020 / 112 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 68.8
LoC Category: PS
Downloads: 1,644
Added to site: 2007.01.01
mnybks.net#: 15693
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Master and to her husband would have carried her through any earthly tribulations. Although she had not urged the resolution which the young minister had taken, yet she gladly gave up a luxurious home and kind friends to bear him company.

There was yet another whose devotion to the young missionary was scarcely less than that of the faithful wife. We refer to the Irishman, Teddy, who had been a favorite servant for many years in the family of the Richters. Having fully determined on sharing the fortunes of his young master, it would have grieved his heart very deeply had he been left behind. He received the announcement that he was to be a life-long companion of the young man, with an expression at once significant of his pride and his joy.

"Be jabers, but Teddy McFadden is in luck!"

And thus it happened that our three friends were ascending one of the tributaries of the upper Mississippi on this balmy day in the spring of 1820. They had been a long time on the journey, but were now near

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