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1  Then he delineated a long and painful path, amid rocks and water-courses.
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2  They had not met from that painful moment when he deserted them on the plain, only to assure their safety.
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3  Tis the horrid shriek that a horse will give in his agony; oftener drawn from him in pain, though sometimes in terror.
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4  Although both Heyward and Cora listened with painful suspense and the deepest attention, no sounds were heard in reply.
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5  The scout nodded his head in assent, though he seemed anxious to waive the further discussion of a subject that appeared painful.
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6  Uncas occupied a distant corner, in a reclining attitude, being rigidly bound, both hands and feet, by strong and painful withes.
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7  The route was now painful; lying over ground ragged with rocks, and intersected with ravines, and their progress proportionately slow.
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8  Mile after mile was, however, passed through the boundless woods, in this painful manner, without any prospect of a termination to their journey.
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9  When the young soldier regained his recollection, he had the painful certainty before his eyes that a common fate was intended for the whole party.
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10  Heyward assisted the sisters to descend, and in a few minutes they were all far down a mountain whose sides they had climbed with so much toil and pain.
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11  Duncan, brave as he was in the combat, could not, in such a moment of painful suspense, make any reply to the cool and characteristic remark of the scout.
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12  He now spoke of the long and painful route by which they had left those spacious grounds and happy villages, to come and battle against the enemies of their Canadian fathers.
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13  In a moment of such painful doubt, Duncan did not hesitate to look around him, without consulting that protection from the rocks which just before had been so necessary to his safety.
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14  A general movement among their conductors, however, soon recalled them from a contemplation of the wild charms that night had assisted to lend the place to a painful sense of their real peril.
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15  Heyward was silent; for a painful recollection of the dangers he had so recently escaped came over his mind, and recalled the images of those defenseless beings who had shared in all his sufferings.
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16  Occasionally he would stop; and in the midst of a breathing stillness, that the dull but increasing roar of the waterfall only served to render more impressive, he would listen with painful intenseness, to catch any sounds that might arise from the slumbering forest.
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17  "Such as he may care but little for house or shelter, and night dew can never wet a body that passes its days in the water," returned the scout, grasping the shoulder of Heyward with such convulsive strength as to make the young soldier painfully sensible how much superstitious terror had got the mastery of a man usually so dauntless.
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