WITH WOLFE IN CANADA [NOOK Book]

WITH WOLFE IN CANADA

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CONTENTS:

Preface.
Chapter 1: A Rescue.
Chapter 2: The Showman's Grandchild.
Chapter 3: The Justice Room.
Chapter 4: The Squire's Granddaughter.
Chapter 5: A Quiet Time.
Chapter 6: A Storm.
Chapter 7: Pressed.
Chapter 8: Discharged.
Chapter 9: The Defeat Of Braddock.
Chapter 10: The Fight At Lake George.
Chapter 11: Scouting.
Chapter 12: A Commission.
Chapter 13: An Abortive Attack.
Chapter 14: Scouting On Lake Champlain.
Chapter 15: Through Many Perils.
Chapter 16: The Massacre At Fort William Henry.
Chapter 17: Louisbourg And Ticonderoga.
Chapter 18: Quebec.
Chapter 19: A Dangerous Expedition.
Chapter 20: The Path Down The Heights.
Chapter 21: The Capture Of Quebec.




Chapter 1: A Rescue.


Most of the towns standing on our seacoast have suffered a radical
change in the course of the last century. Railways, and the fashion of
summer holiday making, have transformed them altogether, and great
towns have sprung up where fishing villages once stood. There are a few
places, however, which seem to have been passed by, by the crowd. The
number yearly becomes smaller, as the iron roads throw out fresh
branches. With the advent of these comes the speculative builder. Rows
of terraces and shops are run up, promenades are made, bathing machines
and brass bands become familiar objects, and in a few years the
original character of the place altogether disappears.

Sidmouth, for a long time, was passed by, by the world of holiday
makers. East and west of her, great changes took place, and many far
smaller villages became fashionable seaside watering places. The
railway, which passed by some twelve miles away, carried its tens of
thousands westward, but left few of them for Sidmouth, and anyone who
visited the pretty little place, fifteen years back, would have seen it
almost as it stood when our story opens a century ago.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013659186
  • Publisher: SAP
  • Publication date: 10/31/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 290 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 18, 2012

    Cougarpounce

    Cougarpounce stepped forward. "Shadowstar," he asked quietly "You dont really think your a bed leader do you? The cln is doing great."

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 19, 2012

    Silverwolf

    She shook her fur. She licked a paw a she pad back to camp.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 19, 2012

    Tigergod

    He followed with Al.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 18, 2012

    "Bye Shadow.

    "Bye Shadow. I hope you understood what we told ypu." Mousetalon then turned to Cougarpounce, a wooden object with intricate designs in his paws. "Oh here. I wanted to give you this. It's a talisman. It's supposed to ward off evil. I made it after I left my original one in magicclan last result. It was for Calicopaw. It has been in my family for generations, but how it was obtained I do not know. But just remember what I said before. We all will fight against the darkness one day, and this talisman proves this point. But if you need me for anything, just let me know." With that, he padded away into the forest, shapeshifting into a golden eagle and taking off into the sky afterwards.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 18, 2012

    Moonscar

    She moves closer. Shadowstar i know what being alone feels like. I wont lie when i say that for a long time the evil within was dead. All my old friends had left me. My mate of eight months left me. All i had left was Karma. But i realized that wolfclan was what i needed to get a fresh start. I think you are doing great considering your lack of experience. You were meant to do this. That is why i will fight with you until the end of starclan.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 20, 2012

    Wolfscar

    She feels stupid and goes to camp... < Wolfscar

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 20, 2012

    Shadowstar

    Shadowstar}•{ (I did do one but accidentally in the wrong result... :P now I feel stupid. But it's not my fault the results get messed up)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 13, 2012

    Gingerwolf

    I made my way through the herbs and found a open meadow in the forest. I sigh and sit down, glancing up at the full moon. I peered at my neklace, the one nobody has ever noticed. Skyflower had bestowed this very necklace to me. I swear I could feel her prescence in this very necklace. Skyflower had been my great grandma. She had told me... this necklace was special. I examined it. It was the shape of a wolf- dog, and there was a small sapphire dot for its eye. I sighed. It felt a bit refreshing to get away from the clan. I hid my necklace and decided to hunt a bit. I caught a vole, chaffinches, and a mouse. A bit plentiful for leaf fall. I heaved the freshkill on my back and padded back.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 4, 2012

    Deerflight

    ~•~(I'm done xD You can if you want.If she's following him...I'm still deciding on where to put him...So he's most likely going to go poof x3)~•~

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 18, 2012

    Shadowstar

    Shadowstar}•{ "Yes Moonscar, I am built on loyalty and trust. But that's not the only traits I need. Most my life I was not a clan cat. I was dependant on myself, never having to converse with other cats, comfort other cats, know who I can trust or who will stay by my side. I never had to help other cats, though in this time I do so to my best ability. And then there are those who can do anything they put their mind to... and they can be of help, they know the right words to use, they're appreciated for being great cats. Like Wolfstar and Goldthunder.... I have never been a leader to anyone before. I have no experience." He paused and pawed at the feather then turned to Moonscar. "My whole life I have lived in a shadow of the past. I don't know how I can leave it behind. And I fear the future for me... is dwelling in darkness."

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 2, 2012

    WolfClan Territory - Herb/Hunting Forest

    ~Wolfstar

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