After some hours he began to think that the courier must now have left the village. As the cold of the night was intense, and his finger still pained him considerably, he resolved to try and find his way back. But the darkness prevented him from seeing... King George's Middy - Page 4721869 - 501 pagesFull view
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...for the sake/ of i maintaining warmth than anything else. 1 1 Fatigue now began to weigh on him so j heavily that he could hardly drag one leg after the...fancied he saw, through a break in the trees, the I^ht of a distant fire. Believing himself to be near the village, he now set off in the direction of...