Excerpt from Mobsley's Mohicans: A Tale of Two Terms
T seems only a week or so ago that I was always hearing myself spoken of as young Dean yet this morning, When shaving, I noticed that my scalp was already sprinkled with lines of grey. The mention of that word scalp brings me at once to the subject of my story, in which will be set forth a true and authentic account of certain passages in the lives and adventures of two great Indian chiefs and their com panion, a namesake and successor of that famous scout the intrepid Hawk-eye.
Ever since the events happened which I am about to describe, it has been my intention to place them on record; and I am astonished to find that, while I have been looking round for a pen, and trying to lay my10 the top landing cricket match.
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