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Page 134 - ... that fish were created solely for them, and belong to them alone, and that they have a right to take in any manner, as they will if they can, the last one to-day, though there should be no fish for any one forever after. Antoine discovered an old scow adrift in the marsh, waterlogged, with red-painted square prow, and stern, and gunwales just above the water and overlapped with clots of old weeds. By the help of a long pole with a hook on the end of it and by some wading, he succeeded in hauling...