backwoodsman

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"He insisted on taking a walk to-day," explained the backwoodsman.

Every backwoodsman carries on all occasions, the means of furnishing his meat.

"All right, sir," responded the backwoodsman, not without curiosity.

The mode of securing him was suggested by Stanfield, the backwoodsman: it was simple and safe.

The central figures were Reuben (a backwoodsman), and Dorothy, his adopted daughter.

He went about as a backwoodsman naturally does, without posturing or swagger.

None but a seaman or a backwoodsman could have accomplished the undertaking so rapidly, if at all.

It must not be supposed that the life of a backwoodsman is all pleasure and excitement.

But in the sort of backwoodsman he had been there was such stuff as renegades were made of.

Be that how it will, the backwoodsman is not without some fineness to his nature.

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