Overview

In the year 1691, Lois Barclay stood on a little wooden pier, steadying herself on
the stable land, in much the same manner as, eight or nine weeks ago, she had
tried to steady herself on the deck of the rocking ship which had carried her
across from Old to New England. It...
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Lois the Witch

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Overview

In the year 1691, Lois Barclay stood on a little wooden pier, steadying herself on
the stable land, in much the same manner as, eight or nine weeks ago, she had
tried to steady herself on the deck of the rocking ship which had carried her
across from Old to New England. It seemed as strange now to be on solid earth
as it had been, not long ago, to be rocked by the sea both by day and by night;
and the aspect of the land was equally strange. The forests which showed in the
distance all around, and which, in truth, were not very far from the wooden
houses forming the town of Boston, were of different shades of green, and
different, too, in shape of outline to those which Lois Barclay knew well in her old
home in Warwickshire. Her heart sank a little as she stood alone, waiting for the
captain of the good ship Redemption, the kind, rough old sailor, who was her
only known friend in this unknown continent. Captain Holdernesse was busy,
however, as she saw, and it would probably be some time before he would be
ready to attend to her; so Lois sat down on one of the casks that lay about, and
wrapped her grey duffle cloak tight around her, and sheltered herself under her
hood, as well as might be, from the piercing wind, which seemed to follow those
whom it had tyrannised over at sea with a dogged wish of still tormenting them
on land. Very patiently did Lois sit there, although she was weary, and shivering
with cold; for the day was severe for May, and the Redemption, with store of
necessaries and comforts for the Puritan colonists of New England, was the
earliest ship that had ventured across the seas……
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014571043
  • Publisher: Tony Chen
  • Publication date: 4/27/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 64
  • File size: 393 KB

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