Wlliam Gilmore Simms
The Cub of the Panther: A Hunter Legend of the ''Old North State'' >> Book Third / Chapter One: The Lady of Fairleigh Lodge >> Page 106

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Novel (Romance) | The University of Arkansas Press | 1997
Transcription 106 THE CUB OF THE PANTHER
morning appointed for the Chinquapin hunt young Fairleigh and
Bulkley meeting them there, from the dwelling of the latter we find
all the young people gone upon their rambles, and the two stately dames
confronting each other, bowing their lofty brows in affected humility,
and delivering themselves in that highflown language which is supposed
to become all very distinguished people!