It's an insult to them that went before ye, an' fit hunger and cold an' Injuns.
Them grub all gone, them Injuns mebbyso ketchum hungry belly.
"They ain't no danger o' findin' Injuns here, Bill," added Ed.
But why wern't you shootin' at th' Injuns from th' canoe when they opens on you?
It makes me laugh now t' think how that passel o' Injuns stared!
I'm not wonderin', now, th' Injuns thinks 'tis possessed by evil spirits.
I had sense enough left to run for the house with them Injuns after me.
Then the Injuns made 'emselves scurce—but they druv off the oxen and all our other stock.
You may destroy them all, and the Injuns here won't say a word, or make any complaint.
He had been fighting in Mexico and California with the 'Injuns.'