Excerpt from Appletons' Journal of Literature, Science and Art, Vol. 4: July 9, 1870
The two men sank hulkingly into some seats, and put their soiled hats carefully upon the ﬂoor. The younger, Dawley, was, however, a little quicker with his eyes, and a little readier to become self-pos sessed. He looked like a man ready to take fire, and he followed the girl with the closest but most covert looks. She passed them, throwing off her hood, and stood beside her father, with a hand upon his head.
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