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" ... faithful service, that he was sincerely and zealously devoted to the cause of the Indians. "The speech was listened to in unbroken silence. As soon as he had finished, several chiefs expressed their approbation by a deep guttural interjection, while... "
Incidents of Border Life: Illustrative of the Times and Condition of the ... - Sivu 331
tekijä(t) Joseph Pritts - 1841 - 491 sivua
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Mirror of Olden Time Border Life: Embracing a History of the Discovery of ...

Joseph Pritts - 1849 - 700 sivua
...soon as he had finished, several chiefs, expressed their approbation by a deep mineral interjection, while others were equally as forward in making known...minds every hour. They insisted upon the flagrant misdemeanor of Kenton; that he had not only stolen their horses, but had flashed his gun at one of...

Sketches of Western Adventure: Containing an Account of the Most Interesting ...

John Alexander McClung - 1852 - 315 sivua
...soon as he had finished, several chiefs expressed their approbation by a deep guttural interjection, while others were equally as forward in making known...determined in a large and solemn council, and that they woulr be acting like squaws to change their minds every hour. They insisted upon the flagrant misdemeanors...

Autobiography of Rev. James B. Finley: Or, Pioneer Life in the West

James Bradley Finley - 1853 - 455 sivua
...soon as he had finished, several chiefs expressed their approbation by a deep guttural interjection, while others were equally as forward in making known...flashed his gun at one of their young men ; that it was vain to suppose that so bad a man could ever become an Indian at heart, like their brother Girty; that...

Autobiography of Rev. James B. Finley

James Bradley Finley - 1854 - 455 sivua
...soon as he had finished, several chiefs expressed their approbation by a deep guttural interjection, while others were equally as forward in making known...flashed his gun at one of their young men ; that it was vain to suppose that so bad a man could ever become an Indian at heart, like their brother Girty; that...

Autobiography of Rev. James B. Finley, Or, Pioneer Life in the West

James Bradley Finley - 1855 - 455 sivua
...a deep guttural interjection, while other* were equally as forward in making known their objection* to the proposal. They urged that his fate had already...that they would be acting like squaws to change their minde every honr. They insisted upon the flagrant misdemeanors of Kenton — that he had not only stolen...

Autobiography of Rev. James B. Finley; Or, Pioneer Life in the West

James Bradley Finley - 1856 - 455 sivua
...«.><>n as he had finished, several chiefs expressed their approbation by a deep guttural interjection, while others were equally as forward in making known...the proposal. They urged that his fate had already Deen determined in a large and solemn council, and that tliey would be acting like squaws to change...

Life And Adventures Of Lewis Wetzel

Cecil Hartley - 1859
...soon as he had finished, several chiefs expressed their approbation by a deep guttural interjection, while others were equally as forward in making known...squaws to change their minds every hour. They insisted on the flagrant misdemeanors of Kenton ; that he had not only stolen their horses, but had flashed...

Life of Daniel Boone, the Great Western Hunter and Pioneer: Comprising an ...

Cecil B. Hartley - 1865 - 351 sivua
...soon as he had finished, several chiefs expressed their approbation by a deep gutteral interjection, while others were equally as forward in making known...his gun at one of their young men — that it was vain to suppose that so bad a man could ever become an Indian at heart, like their brother Girty —...

Sketches of Western Adventure: Containing an Account of the Most Interesting ...

John Alexander McClung - 1872 - 398 sivua
...soon as he had finished, several chiefs expressed their approbation by a deep guttural interjection, while others were equally as forward in making known...objections to the proposal. They urged that his fate tad already been determined in a large and solemn council, and that they would be acting like squaws...

Our Western Border: Its Life, Combats, Adventures, Forays, Massacres ...

1875 - 756 sivua
...soon as he had finished, several chiefs expressed their approbation by a deep guttural interjection, while others were equally as forward in making known...minds every hour. They insisted upon the flagrant misdemeanor of Kenton ; that he had not only stolen their horses, but had flashed his gun at one of...




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