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The man was in a hurry to go about his own affairs and left the boy at the head of the street in which the Hardy house stood.
When the boy did not come home an alarm was set up and John Hardy with several men of the town went to search the country.
He talked to John Hardy in the office of the Winesburg Savings Bank and then the two men went to the house on Elm Street to talk with Louise.
John Hardy thought it had all turned out very well indeed.
More than once he went into Winesburg to talk with his son-in-law John Hardy about it.
We find them, accordingly, hardy, lithe, vigorous, and active; extravagant in word, and thought, and deed; heedless of hardship; daring of danger; prodigal of the present, and thoughtless of the future.
The consequence is that they are less hardy, self-dependent and game-spirited than the mountaineer.
Such is the mountaineer, the hardy trapper of the West; and such, as we have slightly sketched it, is the wild, Robin Hood kind of life, with all its strange and motley populace, now existing in full vigor among the Rocky Mountains.
Wyatt stood up in the stern-sheets, and coolly demanded of Captain Hardy that the boat should be put back for the purpose of taking in his oblong box!
About a month after the loss of the "Independence," I happened to meet Captain Hardy in Broadway.
In this dilemma, Captain Hardy arranged that the corpse, being first partially embalmed, and packed, with a large quantity of salt, in a box of suitable dimensions, should be conveyed on board as merchandise.
But when a knight cometh that is so hardy to kiss her, he shall not die, but he shall turn that damsel into her right shape and shall be lord of the country aforesaid.