One of the pleasantest days I ever passed in the saddle was after Mr. Wadsworth's hounds.
Wadsworth never fails where honor and patriotism are to be sustained.
Ill send Dooina here; get ye off to Wadsworth as fast as ye can.
Wadsworth prefers to remain in the service, and to fight the monster.
Then they either got out of town by the use of a horse or an auto, or else they are here yet, said Mr. Wadsworth.
A little later Mrs. Wadsworth and Mrs. Basswood joined the group.
The Wadsworth men who had preceded Cope reached the top of the Scout; there they assembled and held a discussion.
"I guess the worst of it is over," announced Mrs. Wadsworth, presently.
Furthermore, Wadsworth, who had previously professed friendship for McClellan, promptly joined the ranks of his enemies.
"I'll see the police about this," said Mr. Wadsworth, when he had heard about Merwell.