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Lanier of the Cavalry

or, A Week's Arrest

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Author: Charles King
Published: 1909
Language: English
Wordcount: 37,482 / 114 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 68.8
LoC Category: PS
Downloads: 815
Added to site: 2006.10.10
mnybks.net#: 14945
Origin: gutenberg.org

An army story with its scenes laid on the Western coast. Robert Lanier, the hero, is a gallant young officer who gets into no end of trouble by being accused of a misdemeanor of which he is eventually found innocent.

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ly hurt. She was under parental orders to start for home on the morrow. It was to be her last dance at the fort. She liked Bob Lanier infinitely more than she liked her father's dictum that she must like him not at all. As for Bob Lanier, the garrison knew he loved her devotedly even before she knew it herself.

Of course she came to the dance. As the guest of Captain and Mrs. Sumter she even had to go up and smile on the colonel and his wife, who were receiving. She and Kate Sumter had been classmates--roommates--at Vassar, and Kate, born and reared in the army, had never been quite content until her friend could come to visit the regiment--her father's home.

A winsome pair they were, these two "sweet girl graduates" of the June gone by, while the regiment was stirring up the Sioux on the way to the Big Horn and Yellowstone. Everybody had lavish welcome for them, and to Miriam Arnold the month at Fort Cushing had been quite a dream of delight, until there came a strange and sudden missive from h

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