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" He knew that he had now to run for his life, with the dreadful odds of five or six hundred against him, and those armed Indians ; he therefore cunningly replied that he was a very bad runner, although he was considered by the hunters as remarkably swift.... "
The Yellowstone National Park: Historical and Descriptive - Страница 23
по Hiram Martin Chittenden - 1903 - 355 страници
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Blackwood's Magazine, Том 3

1818
...life, with the dreadful odds of five or six hundred against him, and those armed Indians; therefore cunningly replied, that he was a very bad runner,...him to save himself if he could. At that instant the homd war whoop sounded in the ears of poor Colter, who, urged with the hope of preserving life, ran...

The Analectic Magazine ...: Comprising Original Reviews, Biography ..., Том 11

Washington Irving - 1818
...odds of five or six hundred against him, and those armed Indians; therefore cunningly replied Ihat he was a very bad runner, although he was considered...four hundred yards, and released him, bidding him to *ave himtelfif he could. At that instant the horrid war whoop sounded in the ears of poor Colter, who,...

The Coila Repository: And Kilmarnock Monthly Magazine

1818
...life, with the dreadful odds of five or six hundred against him, and those armed Indians ; therefore cunningly replied, that he was a very bad runner,...commanded the party to remain stationary, and led Coulter out on the prairie three or four hundred yards, and released him, bidding him to save himself...

Cabinet of Curiosities: Natural, Artificial, and Historical, Том 2

Samuel Griswold Goodrich - 1822
...life, with the dreadful odds of five or six hundred against him, and these armed Indians; he therefore cunningly replied, that he was a very bad runner,...four hundred yards, and released him, bidding him save himself if he could. At that instant the war whoop sounded in the ears of poor Colter, who, urged...

The American First Class Book, Or, Exercises in Reading and Recitation, Книга 4

John Pierpont - 1823 - 480 страници
...six hundred against him, Lesson 140.] FIRST CLASS BOOK. 313 and those, armed Indians ; he therefore cunningly replied, that he was a very bad runner,...the party to remain stationary, and led Colter out en the prairie three or four hundred yards, and released him, bidding him save himself if he could....

The Flowers of Literature: Consisting of Selections from History ..., Том 4

William Oxberry - 1824
...life, with the dreadful odds of five or six hundred against him, and those armed Indians ; he therefore cunningly replied, that he was a very bad runner,...four hundred yards, and released him, bidding him save himself \f he could. At this instant the horrid war-whoop sounded in the ears of poor Colter,...

The Terrific Register: Or, Record of Crimes, Judgments, Providences, and ...

1825
...hundred against him, and these armed Indians ; he therefore cunningly replied, that he was a very had runner ; although he was considered by the hunters...party to remain stationary, and led Colter out on the prarie, three or four hundred yards, and released him, bidding 494 TERRIFIC REGISTER. him save himself...

The Percy Anecdotes: Original and Select [by] Sholto and Reuben Percy ..., Том 3

1826
...life, with the dreadful odds of five or six hundred against him, and these armed Indians ; he therefore cunningly replied, that he was a very bad runner ;...four hundred yards, and released him, bidding him sate himself if he could. At that instant the war whoop sounded in the ears of poor Colter, who, urged...

The Modern Voyager & Traveller Through Europe, Asia, Africa, & America: America

William Adams (M.A.) - 1832
...life, with the dreadful odds of five or six hundred against him, and those armed Indians ; therefore cunningly replied, that he was a very bad runner,...save himself if he could. At that instant the horrid warwhoop sounded in the ears of poor Colter, who, urged with the hope of preserving life, ran with...

The Analytical Reader

Samuel Putnam - 1831 - 226 страници
...hundred against him, and those, armed Indians ; he therefore 'cunningly replied, that he was a Tery bad runner, 'although he was 'considered by the hunters...him, 'bidding him to save himself if he could. At this Fate, far, fall, fat — me, met— pine, pin — no, move, nor, not — tube, tub, bull — oil,...




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