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" ... have thrown himself down upon the ground. When almost in despair, he fancied he saw, through a break in the trees, the light of a distant fire. Believing himself to be near the village, he now set off in the direction of the light, and at last succeeded... "
King George's Middy - Page 473
1869 - 501 pages
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Good words, ed. by N. Macleod

Norman Macleod
...that the rays did not proceed, as he had imagined, from ie houses in the village, but from a fire i which seemed about to go out. It was in , the centre of a. small amphitheatre, which had 1 1 .been formed by the trees being cleared away ', for some twenty or thirty paces round it. 1 Though...
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