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“NIGHT AFTER NIGHT, . . . THE HIGH SHRILL BARKING OF A SHE FOX. “
“SETTLED HIMSELF DOWN BY THE HOLE TO WATCH FOR THE WOODCHUCK TO COME OUT.
“THE EAGLE, WITH THE PRIZE DANGLING FROM HIS CLAWS, WAS ALREADY FAR OUT. “
“HE CAME OUT UPON A JUTTING CAPE OF ROCK.”
“RED FOX, SITTING SOLITARY ON HIS KNOLL, HEARD THE NOISE OF THE CHASE. “
“ONE SURLY OLD WOODCHUCK . . . WENT SO FAR AS TO ESTABLISH HIMSELF IN. “
“IT SLIPPED SWIFTLY OFF WITH ITS EXHAUSTED PASSENGER.”
“GLARING EYES, LONG TAIL FLUFFED OUT, AND HIGH-ARCHED BACK.”
“HE HAD JUST MISSED CATCHING THE RABBIT AT HIS FIRST RUSH.”
“THE FOX STEPPED OUT UPON THE STONES.”
“RED FOX ROSE LIGHTLY ON HIS HIND LEGS, . . . AND PULLED IT. “
... “On a fallen sapling he crossed the brook” 327; “Came tumbling over the wall into the lane” 333; “He came out upon a jutting cape of rock” 337
... “On a fallen sapling he crossed the brook” 327; “Came tumbling over the wall into the lane” 333; “He came out upon a jutting cape of rock” 337
“DELIVERED ANOTHER OF THOSE DAUNTING SPUR STROKES.”
C. G. D. R. Fredericton, N. B., August, 1905.