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birch■ bark, while the other three tried● to kindle a fire. After much ●difficulty they succeeded in securing lig■ht rotten wood from the inside of a ■hollow tree, sufficiently dry to retain sparks f■rom a flint, and in a short time three hal■f-frozen men stood steaming befor■e a huge fire. Afte

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r two hours of fru●itless search, the Frenchman ●returned unable to procure any birch ba●rk, but with a quantity of gum, which■ he scraped into a small iron kettle,● together with a small quantity■ of fat, and suspended it over the fire●. "Now we are in a dilemma,■" said Colonel By. "What shall we do wi■thout bark? Shall we have to go the rest of th■e way on foot?" "Not while there i●s a homespun shirt around," replied Bear●ie, who was busily engaged in cu●tting off part of his shirt-sleeve. The pie■ce was soon smeared with mel●ted gum and fastened securely over the hole, ■and in a few minutes the frail bark■ was skipping from wave to wave on the■ bosom of the mountain torrent ti●ll it reached the Gatineau farm. CHAPTER XIX. ■ CHAPTER

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XIX. AFTER MANY DAYS. 1827. It mus■t not be inferred that the wheels of incide■nt in connection with the lives of ■George Morrison and Chrissy had ceased ■to move during the twenty-one years of separa■tion. Strange things were happeni●ng on the lonely shores of the settlement i■n the wilderness, where the once bright an■d joyous Chrissy was pining away her ■life. Still stranger things were happening to● her absent lover. At first, evil tidings fr●om the Great Lone Land seemed like a dream fro●m which there would be a glad awakeni●ng. But as days went by, and sti■ll the spell of silence brooded over ■her heart and life, and as days● ripened into weeks—weeks into months—month■s into years—clouds of disapp■ointment overshadowed her li

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d and careworn. Loved ones ■watched her with wistful eyes. Why such a tru■e, lovely woman had been destine●d to live on and on in a dire eclips●e was a problem beyond the compreh■ension of all. It was a hot, sultry morning in ■August Chrissy and her father ●were standing on the south sho■re of the river with Colonel By, who was super■intend

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on of the Rideau Can■al. On the eastern point was a prett●y villa built of boulders, and surrou■nded with a low, wide veranda, and whi■ch, when completed, was designed to be the resi●dence of the gallant Colonel. Surr●ounding it were the tents of the offic■ers of two companies of Sappers and Mi●ners, whose smart uniforms added to t■he pi

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