From Sand Hill to Pine: [And] a Tourist from Injianny

From Sand Hill to Pine: [And] a Tourist from Injianny

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From Sand Hill to Pine: [And] a Tourist from Injianny

From Sand Hill to Pine: [And] a Tourist from Injianny

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There was a slight jarring through the whole frame of the coach, a grinding and hissing from the brakes, and then a sudden jolt as the vehicle ran upon and recoiled from the taut pole-straps of the now arrested horses. The murmur of a voice in the road was heard, followed by the impatient accents of Yuba Bill, the driver.

"Wha-a-t? Speak up, can't ye?"

Here the voice uttered something in a louder key, but equally unintelligible to the now interested and fully awakened passengers.

One of them dropped the window nearest him and looked out. He could see the faint glistening of a rain-washed lantern near the wheelers' heads, mingling with the stronger . . .

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