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ousness of his dress, the arrogance of his manner, his cultured mind, his shrewd business capacity, gave additional effect to his claim. He seemed a man worthy in every way of the favor he sought. The Chief's face was expressive of satisfaction in the highest degree, and could hardly have deceived the young Englishman with refere

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entered a grove of stately trees they beheld an unexpected vision. It was Abbie. Her proud dark eyes were fixed upon the

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