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" What would ye have with an old and helpless man ?" he said. " You've driven God's creaters from the wilderness, where his providence had put them for his own pleasure, and you've brought in the troubles and divilties of the law, where no man was ever... "
Cooper's Works - Sivu 474
tekijä(t) James Fenimore Cooper - 1855
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The Novelist: a collection of the standard novels, Niteet 2–3

Novelist - 1839
...he gazed at the dusky figures who surrounded him. more in sorrow than in anger, before he spoke : " What would ye have with an old and helpless man?"...own pleasure, and you've brought in the troubles and divilries of the law, where no man was ever known to disturb another. You have driven me, that have...

The Pioneers: Or, The Sources of the Susquehanna; a Descriptive Tale

James Fenimore Cooper - 1841
...he gazed at the dusky figures who surrounded him, more in sorrow than in anger, before he spoke. " What would ye have with an old and helpless man ?"...appointed time in this very spot, from my home and theshelter of my head, lest you should put your wicked feet and wasty ways in my cabin. You've driven...

The pioneers; or, The sources of the Susquehanna

James Fenimore Cooper - 1852 - 505 sivua
...have with an old and helpless man?" be said. " You've driven God's creater's Jrom the \vilde ness, where his providence had put them for his own pleasure,...to disturb another. You have driven me, that have hved forty long years of my appointed time in this very spot, from my home and the shelter of my head,...

The Pioneers: Or, The Sources of the Susquehanna. A Descriptive Tale

James Fenimore Cooper - 1859 - 505 sivua
...speech : and even Richard lost the use of an organ that was seldom known to fail him. ^s " What would ye with an old and helpless man ?" he said. " You've...in this very spot, from my home and the shelter of mv head, lest you should put your wicked feet and wasty ways in my oabin. You've driven mo to burn...

Cooper's Novels: Afloat and ashore

James Fenimore Cooper - 1859
...use of an organ that was seldom known to fail him. " What would ye with an old and helpless man ?" ho said. " You've driven God's creaters from the wilderness,...another. You have driven me, that have lived forty long yours of my appointed time in this very spot, from my home and the shelter of niv head, lest you should...

Cooper's Novels: The pilot

James Fenimore Cooper - 1859
...helpless man ?" he said.~l " You've driven God's creaters from the wilderness, where his ! jirovidence had put them for his own pleasure : and you've / brought...in the troubles and divilties of the law, where no rnan i was ever known to disturb another. You have driven me, that J have lived forty long years of...

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James Fenimore Cooper - 1859
...use of an organ that was seldom known to fail him. " What would ye with an old and helpless man 3" ho said. " You've driven God's creaters from the wilderness,...in this very spot, from my home and the shelter of mj head, lest you should put your wicked feet and wasty ways in my cabin. You've driven me to burn...

THE Pioneers

James Fenimore Cooper - 1862
...he gazed at the dusky figures who surrounded him, more in sorrow than in anger, before he spoke. " What would ye have with an old and helpless man ?"...ever known to disturb another. You have driven me, tbat have lived forty long years of my appointed time in this very spot, from my home and the shelter...

The Pioneers, Or The Sources of the Susquehanna: A Descriptive Tale

James Fenimore Cooper - 1880
...he spoke. " What would ye with an old and helpless man ? " he said. " You've driven God's creaturs from the wilderness, where his providence had put...pleasure ; and you've brought in the troubles and diviltries of the law, where no man was ever known to disturb another. You have driven me, that have...

Literature in America: An Illustrated History

Peter Conn - 1989 - 587 sivua
...Pioneers, is Natty 's angry defense of himself when he is arrested on a trumped-up charge of assault: " 'You've driven God's creaters from the wilderness,...own pleasure: and you've brought in the troubles and divilities of the law, where no man was ever known to disturb another. You have driven me, that have...
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