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The Way West (1955)

Evans said, "My woman's watchin' him, along with Brother Weatherby and some others."
Tadlock nodded, thinking not so much about Martin as about the council, as about an issue that had grown beyond its true importance because it was a challenge to authority. He wished, almost, that he had proposed the delay. Still, it was all right. Brewer he could count on, and Mack and Fairman. They and he would compose a majority. "Still could make ten miles or so," he said, squinting at the sun. "Every mile
counts."
They didn't answer. Only Brewer, sitting crosslegged, his paunch spilling over into his lap, so much
as nodded.
" Martin's out of his head," Daugherty said in what might have been reproach.
Tadlock sized him up, wondering now as he had wondered before why this hillside Irishman opposed him. Could he have overheard some incautious criti
cism of popishness?
" Just yells Jesus," Evans added. "Yells Jesus and follers with 'To Thee I pray.'"
" That doesn't show he's out of his head."
" He was niver a great one for prayin'," Daugherty said. .
Tadlock had the feeling that in their faces was the look of something withheld. He studied them, then let his gaze stray off to the camp where the wagons stood idle and the new-done wash stirred on lines the women had run from wagon to wagon. He saw the tent that had been put up to shelter Martin and Weatherby standing by it, his rusty coat donned out of respect to sickness. Women and children moved among the

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