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The Mac's of '37

A Story of the Canadian Rebellion

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Author: John Price-Brown (Eric Bohn)
Published: 1910
Language: English
Wordcount: 76,001 / 216 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 74.1
LoC Category: PS
Downloads: 806
Added to site: 2010.12.01 29788

Head, emphatically, "and may have fighting to do before it leaves the lakes."

"If that time comes, the Transit will be true to her colors and her cause," said Stuart, "ever ready for duty."

Marie's face was grave again. She was looking out beyond the island to the far east. Talking of unrest and fighting and war vessels, even in bantering tones, troubled her. What did it all mean? There was more than a possibility of tumult. Rebellion was whispered of--rebellion that might shake the colonies to their centre. How would it affect her father and brothers, her home among the islands, herself? Was all this pleasantry and kindness and courtesy merely a prelude to devastation, to the breaking up of associations and friendships and life that had become a strong part of her new nature? Was this the reason why her father had so peremptorily directed her to return home? Why was the letter so stern? Might he not have been kinder in his demand? She would not think of disobeying him--dear old father



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