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The Lady of Fort St. John

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" "Why, I commend the taste of the thief!" "And misfortune is sure to follow. " "Well, let misfortune and the hand go together. " "It was not so said. " She looked furtively at Bronck's powerful rival, loath to reveal to him the sick old man's prophecies.
"I have heard of the hearts of heroes being sealed in coffers andtreasured in the cities from which they sprung, " said Van Corlaer, taking his hat from the step and holding it to shield his eyes frommounting light. "But Jonas was no hero. And
... I have heard of papistsvenerating little pieces of saints' bones. Father Jogues might do so, and I could behold him without smiling. But a Protestant woman shouldhave no superstition for relics. " "What I cannot help dreading, " confessed Antonia, moving her handsnervously in their wrapping, "is what may follow this loss. " "Why, let the hand go! What should follow its loss?" "Some trouble might befall the people who are kindest to me. " "Because Bronck's hand has been mislaid?" inquired Van Corlaer withshrewd light in his eyes.

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