25.1 new Life with Rachel tending the Hearth & his Sons by his S1225.1 new Life with Rachel tending the Hearth & his Sons by his S25.9a He had lost himself compleatly in the Dream & was forced t1525.9a He had lost himself compleatly in the Dream & was forced t25.33 Wayne returned, this time accompanied by Dragoons, & comma1225.33 Wayne returned, this time accompanied by Dragoons, & comma25.43 When earlier Peter had offered to acquire them to construc1525.43 When earlier Peter had offered to acquire them to construc25.57 I judge we are still more than a Quarter of a Mile to the1225.57 I judge we are still more than a Quarter of a Mile to the25.59 He is right, Candless.1225.59 He is right, Candless.25.67a As much as he desired to obey, Peter could not fight his1225.67a As much as he desired to obey, Peter could not fight his25.71 What will you think of yourself Tomorrow1225.71 What will you think of yourself Tomorrow25.72 Peter had no chance to respond other than to cry, Behind y1225.72 Peter had no chance to respond other than to cry, Behind y25.73 Candless wheeled, parried the Thrust of the Bayonet, & for1525.73 Candless wheeled, parried the Thrust of the Bayonet, & for25.74b but no sooner was his Line of Sight clear than the massiv1225.74b but no sooner was his Line of Sight clear than the massiv25.89 He could not tell if the Understatement was the Result of1225.89 He could not tell if the Understatement was the Result of25.90 As Peter helped to remove the Coat, Candless made no other1225.90 As Peter helped to remove the Coat, Candless made no other25.101 He thought he could hear Cries in a distinct Accent of No1025.101 He thought he could hear Cries in a distinct Accent of No25.103 At the far End of the Field, the Highlanders were beginni1525.103 At the far End of the Field, the Highlanders were beginni25.105 The two Men fled in the Direction of the Sugartown Road t1525.105 The two Men fled in the Direction of the Sugartown Road t25.113 As he continued north, he began to dwell on his Performan1225.113 As he continued north, he began to dwell on his Performan25.118 He knelt & laid his Hand on his Chest.1225.118 He knelt & laid his Hand on his Chest.25.122 Boyd, no. He ran.1525.122 Boyd, no. He ran.25.123 He was a Coward.1525.123 He was a Coward.