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On a former excursion I crossed the Lucia near its mouth, and I was surprised to observe how easily our horses, although not used to swim, passed over a width of at least six hundred yards.
The Horse Guards were galloping, but still holding in their horses.
Real horses, like myself, are made of flesh and blood and bones."
"Oh, this is a horse," replied the boy, carelessly.
The Nez Perces, the Flatheads, and the Hanging-ears pride themselves upon the number of their horses, of which they possess more in proportion than any other of the mountain tribes within the buffalo range.
"They are supposed," said Justice, the roan cob, in his calm way, "to prevent horses from shying and starting, and getting so frightened as to cause accidents."
Porthos breathed a sigh; he thought of what was in store for his poor horses.
His plan was that several of the men should join with him, when in that neighborhood, in carrying off a number of the horses with their packages of goods, and deserting to those savages.
"Gourville's pretty little hand!" cried he, whilst examining one of the fragments of the note; "I was not mistaken." And he read the word "horse." "Stop!" said he; and he examined another, upon which there was not a letter traced.
Vasili Andreevich screwed up his eyes, bent down his head, and looked out for the way-marks, but trusted mainly to the horse's sagacity, letting it take its own way.
His father too possessed a horse which he often used to take out into the fields to graze.
The poor horse was very melancholy, and wandered up and down in the wood, seeking some little shelter from the cold wind and rain.