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"Horrible!" cried De Winter; "the daughter of Henry IV., and the wife of King Charles!
"But I heard that a marriage between the Prince of Wales and Mademoiselle d'Orleans was spoken of," said De Winter.
The month of October now began to give indications of approaching winter. Hitherto, the colonists had been well pleased with the climate.
The Indians now began to quit the borders of the ocean, and to retire to their winter quarters in the sheltered bosom of the forests, or along the small rivers and brooks.
After he had traded with these people, finished his trapping, and recruited the strength of the horses, he was to proceed to Salmon River and rejoin Captain Bonneville, who intended to fix his quarters there for the winter.
Cerre, an able leader, to accompany the Nez Perces on their hunting expedition, and to trade with them for meat for the winter's supply.
With a wickedness do I begin every day: I mock at the winter with a cold bath: on that account grumbleth my stern house-mate.
Thus do I show them only the ice and winter of my peaks--and NOT that my mountain windeth all the solar girdles around it!
D'Artagnan picked it up and offered it to Lord de Winter.
"Why bother about winter?" said the Grasshopper; we have got plenty of food at present." But the Ant went on its way and continued its toil.
In the course of the winter I threw out half a bushel of ears of sweet corn, which had not got ripe, on to the snow-crust by my door, and was amused by watching the motions of the various animals which were baited by it.
In his nature he was as unlike Hal Winters as two men can be unlike.