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Fern Vale Volume 1 (Paperback) Loot Price: R372
Discovery Miles 3 720
Fern Vale Volume 1 (Paperback): Colin Munro
Fern Vale Volume 1 (Paperback): Colin Munro

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Fern Vale Volume 1 (Paperback)

Colin Munro

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Excerpt: ...generously persisted in by young Rainsfield; and, in a short time afterwards, the two were to be seen bending their steps to the crossing-place, which they reached about the same time that William and his flocks slowly wended their way to the river. We have stated, at the first mention of his name to the reader, that Tom Rainsfield was a fine generous-minded young fellow. At the time of his arrival at Strawberry Hill, he had just finished a long equestrian journey, and was necessarily tired and fatigued; so that the readiness with which he proffered his assistance to the Fergusons was an instance of Pg 177 kindness, and an obliging disposition, which was his general character. He was dressed in the usual bush costume, viz, jumper, breeches and belt, riding boots, spurs, and cabbage-tree hat; and in his frank open countenance could at once be read the genuineness of his friendship. He was in truth a noble fellow; high-spirited and warm-hearted; bold and daring, though, perhaps, a little thoughtless and impetuous. His figure, though not decidedly tall, was of a good height, light and elegantly formed, and altogether was such as would command the admiration of the fair sex; while the facile freedom of his speech, the easy grace of his manners, and his gentlemanly bearing, were sufficient to insure the respect of his fellows, and to establish, on a lasting footing, the esteem of his friends. During their short walk from the house the two young men had naturally fallen into conversation, and had, even in that limited period, become mutually attached to each other. "I overtook your brother on the road," said Pg 178 Tom, in the continuation of a dialogue, "and, knowing it could be none other than he, I introduced myself, and we knew one another at once. He is a fine fellow, and just my style. If you don't favour us much with your company at our place I promise you you shall have enough of me at yours; for your brother and I will be sworn friends. He tells...


Imprint: Rarebooksclub.com
Country of origin: United States
Release date: August 2012
First published: August 2012
Authors: Colin Munro
Dimensions: 246 x 189 x 3mm (L x W x T)
Format: Paperback - Trade
Pages: 110
ISBN-13: 978-1-153-80272-7
Barcode: 9781153802727
Categories: Books
LSN: 1-153-80272-4

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