equipments safe into camp.
Some of these men had led such wandering lives, in woods and swamps, that to hunt them was like hunting an otter; shyness and concealment had grown to be their second nature.
After these little episodes came two months of peace.
We were clean, comfortable, quiet, and consequently discontented.
It was therefore with eagerness that we listened to a rumor of a new Florida expedition, in which we might possibly take a hand.
Boston: Fields, Osgood and Co. University Press: Welch, Bigelow, & Co., Cambridge. 1870.
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