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Chapter 7: he wanders. Horace leaves Poultney his first overcoat home to his father's Log House ranges the country for work the sore leg cured gets employment, but little money Astonishes the draught players goes to Erie, Pa. int
Light of heart and step, the traveler walked on. In the afternoon he reached Ann Harbor, fourteen miles from Poultney; thence, partly on canal-boat and partly on foot, he went to Schenectady, and there took a line-boat in the Erie Canal.
i, he seems to have cherished a hope of being able to remain awhile and earn a little money.
He wrote to his friends in Poultney describing the paper on which he worked, as a Jackson paper, a forlorn affair, else I would have sent you a few numbers. very little more money in his pocket than if he had spent his time in idleness.
On his way home he fell in with an old Poultney friend who had recently settled in the wilderness, and Horace arrived in time to assist at he warming of the new cabin,