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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.
His rifle he leaned against a tree, and the blade of his bloody knife, which he had drawn across the neck of the deer, he clenched between his teeth, while he suspended the by the hind legs from the limb of a tree to let it bleed. He having seem- ingly, at last view, to have taken the direction of the "old road," by which I had expected to return, my attention was now turned to a diflerent but more difficult route.
Tl si T M hi d ei b ri ri n ["[T^ Additional comments:/ I I Commentaires supplimentaires; Irregular pagination : . This item is filmed at the reduction ratio checked below/ Ce document est filmi au taux de reduction indiqu A ci-dessous. This ingenious machine was lodg * ** in my father's woodhouse,* and when a rattlesnake was killed in any of his fields, the trap was transported to a position near the spot, when the carcass of the snake was gently dragged towards it through the grass, by a thcng, and pulled through the hollow of the log.
"There," said he, "it was about thus large, and just as much as I oould lift; and must be of great value." ^ My father, after a study of a few minutes, turned to me, and said, "George!
I have come a great way, my father, and my road in going back I know is beset with many enemies." My father asked him many questions about the "kettle of gold," and in answering these, he ex- tended both arms in the form of a circle, his fingers' ends just touching each other.
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