provisions — more fchan Mr, 2 iir Ished, bis usual provision being a ba. of bread. Ee would never kill any pta.o and he said t i .. bre ■■. tee] fc bett r, was easier to carr; , and 6hat he could live better od it. Sfe i . domed with an .a; *rican flag at bow and stern. We stood on the stream bank and watched the little skiff as he pushed it out into the river with flags flying , sending us back cheery v . 3>e« hie letter o appeased on fci fc trip . a.. speak for itself. In fche "Snag "a •■'~': s fee called It, he Pi •. e* Lestiaa-* tioa ■■■ safety. '
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