Neal, the Miller: A Son of Liberty

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Estes and Lauriat, 1895 - Adventure stories - 89 pages
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Page 11 - ... what I have hinted should be adopted by the Convention, it will be necessary to wait for an answer before we proceed, which will occasion considerable delay. But can any thing be propoeed which will not require waiting an answer from England? I fear not, without too slavish a compliance on onr part.
Page 89 - posted on the left wing, behind a fence ; from which they sorely galled the British as they advanced to the attack, and cut them down by whole ranks at once. In their retreat, they lost several men, and among others, the brave Major Andrew McClary, who was killed by a cannon shot after he had passed the isthmus of Charlestown...
Page 49 - ... When he got back to the loft, he placed himself behind the opening with his eyes fixed on the last trace of the path on which he had seen her disappear. The path advanced into an orchard beyond which, above the trees, rose the roof of a farmhouse. Was that her house? Pietro stayed all day at his post. The hours went by without his being aware of the passage of time.

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