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The Rapids

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Author: Alan Sullivan
Published: 1922
Language: English
Wordcount: 85,448 / 249 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 65.3
LoC Categories: , PZ
Downloads: 434
Added to site: 2008.06.14
mnybks.net#: 21217
Origin: gutenberg.org
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followed him to the porch expressing entire approval of all that had been discussed, and, as Filmer struck across to the street, he returned to his study and gazed at the judgment with apparent contempt.

From Worden's, the mayor walked across to the jail and sought out Manson. The latter was in his small office which seemed crowded with its single occupant's bulk, and adjoined the high forbidding walls of the jail itself. In St. Marys the chief constable was a man of place, and the jail an edifice that at times took on a singular interest, and if such a capacious establishment as it actually was might seem superfluous in Arcadia it must be remembered that in seasons of the year the lumberjacks rolled in from the northern parts with six months' wages and a great thirst that demanded to be quenched, and a perfectly natural and well meaning desire to offer combat at sight, which they generally did. Then, too, there were fugitives from justice who slipped across the river by night in canoes, and miners fr

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