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A Daughter Of The Dons

Auhtor: William Macleod Raine

Language: english
Published: 1914

Genres:

western,  fiction and literature
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Review by Daniel G. Lebryk, December 2010


Rating: (*****)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Excerpts from the Book 'A Daughter Of The Dons':

... they contained. I object to the word illegal, Don Manuel, he answered curtly, not at all sure his objection had any foundation of law. Pesquiera ...
... and the cow-pony, used to roping and throwing steers, braced itself with wide-planted front feet for the shock. Can you get your arm through ...
... he looked out for the poor peons dependent upon him. His herds grew mighty and he asked of Facundo Megares, governor of the royal province, a grant of ...
... an alibi. For, under the calm judgment of that steady gaze, the thing he had done seemed scarce defensible. Don Manuel has it right, seorita. Gordon ...
... a leap. This was the first time he had recognized her. Sometimes in his delirium he had caught at her hand ind tried to kiss it, but always under the ...
... a moment, and she had disappeared round a bend in the trail. Gordon had observed with satisfaction that there had been no sign of fear in her ...
... Teddy gave up, and for the first time hung his head in token of defeat. Dick tossed the bridle to Yeager and swung off. There aren't any of them ...
... ain't going to have nothing to do with it. Tommyrot. That's what I call it.. Don't say it so loud, Steve, or you'll hurt Mr. Ainsa's feelings, ...
... will construe it as a waiver of his claim. It doesn't make any allowances for altruism.. I've noticed that, Gordon admitted dryly. A new crowd ...
... do you reckon that young woman is going to think of herself when she opens that registered package and finds the letter that would have put the rollers ...
... at the head of things was revolutionizing the life of the valley by transforming it from a pastoral to a farming community. This morning, having arranged ...
... the previous night. He was thoroughly alarmed. Gordon had no friends in the town likely to put him up for the night. Nor was he the sort of rounder to ...
... old-town, seor.. You have something to tell us.. To show you, seor-for a hundred dollars.. Sebastian-or is it Pablo. cried Valencia, ...
... this man had raved of Miss Valds. Perhaps- But, no, had he not with his own eyes seen the man bantering Juanita while the color came and went in ...
... came to Santa F when she heard from your friend Mr. Davis that you had disappeared. To-night we saw Sebastian for the first time. He brought me here.. Good ...
... loyalty. Me, I don't see it. Sebastian owns land under the Valds grant. He didn't want me to take it from him. Mr. Pablo Menendez-well, he had private ...
... for him to wait. The girl hurried out of the house after him, in time to see him slap a saddle on his bronco, swing to his seat lightly, and gallop ...
... gingerly, and tested another foothold in a little bunch of dry moss. All right. My rifle, Steve.. It was handed down. At that precise moment there ...
... or that I shall let my people be.. You make them draw the line between murder and robbery, he suggested pleasantly. I couldn't stop them from ...
... : Brand BlottersFrontispiece and plate facing p. 294.Table Of Contents TABLE OF CONTENTS* * *Cover PageTitle PageChapter Page. I. Don ...