With Ethan Allen at Ticonderoga

Published: 1903
Language: English
Wordcount: 68,807 / 198 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 85.7
LoC Categories: PZ, D
Downloads: 343
Added to site: 2010.01.13
mnybks.net#: 26300
Origin: gutenberg.org
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CHAPTER II

ENOCH HARDING FEELS HIMSELF A MAN

Although Enoch Harding had not grasped the serious nature of the matter which the ranger's words suggested, there was something he had realized, however, and this thought sent the blood coursing through his veins with more than wonted vigor and his eyes sparkled. He was a man. He was to play a man's part on this day and the neighbors--even the old ranger who had stood his friend on so many occasions already--recognized him as the head of the family.

Bolderwood saw this thought expressed in his face and without desiring to "take him down" and humble his pride, wished to show him the serious side of the situation. To this end he spoke upon another subject, beginning: "D'ye remember where we be, Nuck? 'Member this place? Seems strange that you sh'd have such a caper here with that catamount after what happened only last spring, doesn't it?" He glanced keenly at young Harding and saw that his words had at onc

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