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" ... of the victors, had entirely ceased. One of their number now called aloud, in words that were far from appalling, though not more intelligible to those for whose ears they were intended than their expressive yells. It would be difficult to convey... "
The Last of the Mohicans: A Narrative of 1757 - Page 281
by James Fenimore Cooper - 1896 - 421 pages
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The Novelist: a collection of the standard novels

Novelist - 1838
...than their expressive yells. It would be difficult to convey a suitable idea of the savage ecstacy with which the news thus imparted was received. The...scene of the most violent bustle and commotion. The wairiors drew their knives, and flourishing them on high, they arranged themselves in two lines, forming...
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Cooper's Novels: The water-witch

James Fenimore Cooper, William Cullen Bryant - History - 1852
...than their expressive yells. It would be difficult to convey a suitable idea of the savage ecstacy with which the news, thus imparted, was received....The warriors drew their knives, and flourishing them on high, they arranged themselves in two lines, forming a Jane, that extended from the war-party to...
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Cooper's Works, Volume 7

James Fenimore Cooper, William Cullen Bryant - American literature - 1855
...insignificance it conferred on himself. would be difficult to convey a suitable idea of the savage ecstacy with which the news, thus imparted, was received....The warriors drew their knives, and flourishing them on high, they arranged themselves in two lines, forming a Jane, that extended from the war-party to...
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Works, Volume 11

1865
...than their expressive yells. It would be difficult to convey a suitable idea of the savage ecstacy with which the news, thus imparted, was received....The warriors drew their knives, and flourishing them on high, they arranged themselves in two lines, forming a lane, that extended from the war-party to...
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The last of the Mohicans. The prairie. The spy

James Fenimore Cooper - 1891
...than their expressive yells. It would be difficult to convey a suitable idea of the savage ecstacy with which the news, thus imparted, was received....The squaws seized clubs, axes, or whatever weapon of offense first offered itself to their hands, and rushed eagerly to act their part in the cruel game...
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Works

1892
...than their expressive yells. It would be difficult to convey a suitable idea of the savage eestasy with which the news, thus imparted, was received....encampment, in a moment, became a scene of the most vk lenl bustle and commotion. The warriors drew their knives, and flourishing them, they arranged themselves...
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Library of the world's best literature, ancient and modern, Volume 10

Charles Dudley Warner - Literary Collections - 1896
...intelligible to those for whose ears they were intended than their expressive yells. It would be difficult to convey a suitable idea of the savage ecstasy with...The squaws seized clubs, axes, or whatever weapon of offense first offered itself to their hands, and rushed eagerly to act their part in the cruel game...
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Choice Literature ... for Intermediate Grades, Book 2

Readers - 1898
...intelligible to those for whose car. they were intended than their expressive yells. It would be difficult to convey a suitable idea of the savage ecstasy with...The squaws seized clubs, axes, or whatever weapon of offense first offered itself to their hands, and rushed eagerly to act their part in the cruel game...
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Cooper's The Last of the Mohicans: A Narrative of 1757

James Fenimore Cooper - Bumppo, Natty (Fictitious character) - 1898 - 512 pages
...intelligible to those for whose ears they were 25 intended, than their expressive yells. It would be difficult to convey a suitable idea of the savage ecstasy with...violent bustle and commotion. The warriors drew their 30 knives, and flourishing them, they arranged themselves in two lines, forming a lane that extended...
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Werner's Readings and Recitations, Issue 22

Readers - 1899
...frantic, and all expressing their savage pleasure in some unexpected event. 75 It would be difficult to convey a suitable idea of the savage ecstasy with...received. The whole encampment in a moment became the scene of the most violent bustle and commotion. The warriors drew their knives and, flourishing...
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