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Out on the Pampas

or, The Young Settlers

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Author: G. A. Henty
Published: 1871
Language: English
Wordcount: 88,600 / 245 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 66.6
LoC Categories: PR, PZ
Downloads: 1,287
mnybks.net#: 3490
Origin: gutenberg.org
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by his sisters, while the latter was promoted to the post of chief gardener.

Four or five months of this work made a visible difference in the boys' appearance. They both widened out across the shoulders, their arms became strong and muscular, and they looked altogether more healthy and robust. Nor did their appearance belie them; for once when spending a holiday in the cricket-field with their former schoolfellows, wrestling matches being proposed after the game was over, they found that they were able to overcome with ease boys whom they had formerly considered their superiors in strength.

In the meantime Mr. Hardy had succeeded in obtaining the services of a young Spanish lady, who had come to England to learn the language, as governess; and of an evening the whole family worked at Spanish, and made such progress that they were soon able to establish the rule that no other language should be spoken at mealtimes. The girls here soon surpassed their brothers, as they had the advantage of morni

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