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1  character and power of Tamenund.
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2  He claimed to be of the blood of the good and just Tamenund.
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3  "The false Delaware trembles lest he should hear the words of Tamenund," he said.
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4  After which, Tamenund and Alice were removed, and the women and children were ordered to disperse.
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5  Tamenund turned his head toward one of his supporters, and listened to the short explanation the man gave.
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6  Four warriors of his race have lived and died," he said, "since the friend of Tamenund led his people in battle.
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7  "My son is silent," said Tamenund, endeavoring to read the expression of the face that the youth turned from him in sorrow.
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8  As the voice of the speaker suddenly ceased, every face and all eyes turned, by a common movement, toward the venerable Tamenund.
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9  The task might probably have been more difficult, had not a movement made by Tamenund indicated that he was again about to speak.
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10  Then, permitting his looks to wander over the silent throng that crowded around the elevated seat of Tamenund, he first perceived Hawkeye in his bonds.
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11  Not a limb was moved, nor was a breath drawn louder and longer than common, until the closing syllable of this final decree had passed the lips of Tamenund.
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12  But when, last in this haughty scrutiny, the person of Tamenund came under his glance, his eye became fixed, as though all other objects were already forgotten.
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13  Tamenund held him long at the length of his arm and read every turn in the fine lineaments of his countenance, with the untiring gaze of one who recalled days of happiness.
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14  So soon as the first hum of emotion and pleasure, which the sudden appearance of this venerated individual created, had a little subsided, the name of "Tamenund" was whispered from mouth to mouth.
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15  Gradually the expression of Tamenund's features changed, and losing their vacancy in admiration, they lighted with a portion of that intelligence which a century before had been wont to communicate his youthful fire to the extensive bands of the Delawares.
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16  After a short delay, a few of the young men, to whom instructions had been whispered by one of the aged attendants of Tamenund, arose, left the crowd, and entered the lodge which has already been noted as the object of so much attention throughout that morning.
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17  Then Tamenund once more sank into his seat, and a silence so deep prevailed while the young man prepared to obey his simple mandate, that the leaves, which fluttered in the draught of the light morning air, were distinctly heard rustling in the surrounding forest.
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