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Whenever possible, these have been omitted from filming/ II se peut que certaines pages blanches ajouttes lors d'une restauration apparaissent dans le texte. A OBOW—- TBIi LOW MOOOASIB AT HIS TOUi ETTB, HAH-QUOT-SB-0, SPABIBH SPDB, AHD BIO-WAB-BA, . Most generally, if we irritate the one, and make it sound its rattle, we hear in the distance the sound of the other's rattle, in answer ; and if we kill the one we meet, and leave its carcass over night, we find the other by its side, or near it, the next morning. Well, the " Rattlesnake Trap," here it is — sp'ippl^'isp 14 LAST RAMBLES AMONGST THE INDIANS.
mais, lorsque cela 6tait possible, ces pages n'ont pas M filmies. A simple log of wood, some three or four feet in length, and the size of a man's leg, or larger, with a hollow through it, large enough for the reptile to crawl through, but not sufficiently spacious for it to turn about; its forward extremity being partially closed, to prevent the snake from passing out.
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Les imagas suivantas ont At A raproduitas avec la plus grand soin. The carcass of the dead snake was then lilted from the ground and carried away ; and on Rowley's shoulder the next morning the rattlesnake trap was almost invariably transported back to the woodhouse ; the tail of the snake, with its rattles, hanging out, a harmless and amusing toy for the women and children to play * An open ihed, in whioh wood for the winter ii itored. 15 with, for by touching them, or striking the log, they were instantly set in motion, and the expression and crescendo of their music controlled by the harmless rage that was boiling within.
All other original copies are filmed beginning on thv first page with a printed or illustrated impres- sion, and ending on the last page with a printed or illustrated impression. And yet a greater trap than this awaited those C y^! I've let fly at him two or three times, when nothing but his white flag was seen bounding through the bushes; but those were random shots, only sent for amusement.
Les exemplaires originaux dont la couverture en papier est imprim Ae sont film As en comment ant par la premier plat at en terminant soit par (a darnl Are page qui comporte une empreinte d'impression ou d'illustration. Tous les autras exemplaires originaux sont film Ae en commen Qant par la premiere page qui comporte une empreinte d'impression ou d'illustration at en terminant par la derni Are page qui comporte une telle empreinte. I'll give him a call, however, as we pass up the hill ; and a little beyond that, at the foot of the second ridge, I'll show you, George, the spot where I shot the beautiful painter, whose skin, you know, lies on the floor in your father's ha U, in front of the parlour door." At this, with his rifle trailed in his right hand, and his wiper* in the left, and an extra bullet in his mouth, more quickly handled than if drawn from his pouch, his body was seen gliding through the bushes and between the rocks without moving a leaf.
he was not believed either ; lor, said my father, "That's almost a bull, Johnny, for there are no gipsies in this country." " I bag * '-^ ." -f -^'Sill^t T^j^jf^Pllj^jjpj^^Bip^^ Xll. I i yer parihen," said Johnny ; and my father continued — ^"I'll be bound these are George's Indians! " said I ; and my father, who had been familiar with Indians, and had learned to sing their songs and speak somewhat of their language in his early life, said to me, "George, my boy, you were right, — these are Indians." "Yes," said I, "and that's the very man I saw.'* He was smoking away, and looking us steadily in the face as we approached; and though I began to feel something of the alarm I had felt the day before, my father's stepping up to him and taking INTRODUCTION. him by the hand with a mutual "How — how — how," and the friendly grip of his soft and delicate hand, whioh was extended to me also, soon dissi- pated all my fears, and turned my alarm to perfect admiration.
I related the whole of my adventure, and then they thought "the boy was mad." Next morning, however, Johnny O'Neil, a faithful farm-labourer in my father's emplojrment, came to the door, announcing that, "Jist m the toother eend of the bag whate- field, where ye see thit lattle smohk areesin, has kimmed thae japsies; sae ye may be lookin' oot for yer toorkies, an' yer suckin'-pigs, an' yer chah- kins, for I tal ye ther'U be nae gude o' 'em." Poor Johnny O'Neil !
Canadian Institute for Historical Microreproductions / Institut Canadian de microreproductions historiques Technics, and Bibliographic Notes/Notes techniques et bibliographiques Tl to The Institute has attempted to obtain the best original copy available for filming. Of theee localities, the little valley of the Ocquago seemed to be the most cruelly ravaged by this terrible scourge, no doubt, from its limited dimensions and pii Pipili Wlit'f VWwj^i'^^ 12 LAST RAMBLES AMONGST THE INDIANS. peculiar position, receiving the concentration of these reptiles in the summer months from the desolate moun- tains surrounding it. The last of these, however, was recovered on the following day, but the other never came to light Such was the adventure, and such the mode of "my first seeing an Indian." Having seen him, the next thing was to annou Tice him, which I did without plan or reserve, but solely with youthful impulse; exclaiming as I ap- proached the vicinity of my father's house, and as pale as a ghost, "I've seen an Indian! " No one believed me, as no Indian had been in the neighbourhood for many years. By clambering the huge precipice still above me, which I did as soon as perfect safety seemed to authorise it, and by a INTRODUCTION. run of more than a mile through the woods, scarcely daring to look back, I was safely lodged in my father's back fields, but without hat or rifle, anl without the least knowledge of the whereabouts in which either of them had been deposited or dropped.The last recorded frame on each microfiche shall contain the symbol — ^ (meaning "CON- TINUED "), or the symbol V (meaning 'END "), whichever applies. Oh, how beautiful to my young and aspiring vision the cautious and graceful movements of this stalking teacher!Un des symboles suivants apparaitra sur la derni Are image de cheque microfiche, selon le cas: le symbole — » signifie "A SUIVRE". Maps, plates, charts, etc., may be filmed at different reduction ratios. What pupil ever watched the magic touches of his master's pencil with more admiration than I watched the movements of this master-hunter as he led me through the forests and rocks and ravines of the moun- tain-side?