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608 > Page 608 of Back-woodsmen, or, Tales of the borders : a collection of historical and authentic accounts of early adventure among the Indians / by Walter W. Spooner with an introduction by Florus B. Plimpton.

THE BACK-WOODSMEN. them to put such threats into execution. To the poor child it was real; and in her terror she burst into tears, and throwing her arms around her master's neck, she entreated him to spare her lice. Even his savage nat- ure was touched and he promised she should not be harmed. At length she was sold to a French lady, in Canada and acter an absence sixteen months, was restored to her parents. THE pound;ND. 6o8