But to Tyrrel and his two assassins, Forest and deighton, the spectacle suggested neither pity nor remorse.
He had, he said, plenty of men, and did not need Mr. deighton's servants.
After crossing the deighton we met some empty teams coming down, and told them of the new road we had opened up.
Then, amid the cheers of more than half the populace of deighton, the travelers began their journey toward Lost Lake again.
For Mr. deighton he had conceived a personal liking, mingled with a wondering and contemptuous pity.
Pushing past the missionary, he seized Mrs. deighton by the hand and descended the steps.
Before he was half-way from Burrowes' house to the mission station, he was overtaken by the Rev. Mr. deighton.
They had scarcely gone two hundred yards when they heard a strange, awful cry peal through the woods; and Mr. deighton shuddered.
Suddenly little Mrs. deighton gasped and tottered as they hurried her along; she was already exhausted.