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there's fever on the lower river, an' this nigger 'lows there's some but not as much as claimed. There ain't that much, or I don't know white from Injun. You say you aimed to take your cattle along, Evans?"
Captain Grant had gone inside. He came out with a jug and cups. It was good whisky, better than old Hitchcock sold at his store back in Independence. The captain passed it with a manner. You had to say the British had manners, if you liked manners.
Evans didn't know how McBee had kept quiet so long, unless it was because of Tadlock. He rolled a swallow of whisky around in his mouth and gulped it down and spoke up. "'Y God," he said with the bright look of a man expecting a second to his motion, "I didn't set out for the West hopin' to live hard. I done lived hard enough already."
" Aw, don't let this nigger scare you off," Greenwood told him. "You ain't got more'n eight hundred miles or so to go. Could be you'll do smart." He emptied his cup with a throwback of his head. "An' then you can say you seen all them dead Injuns down from the Dalles, too. Man, it's a sight to seel Dead'uns floatin' on rafts an' laid in pens an' all, along with little scare-devils. You'll never set your eye on more good Injuns than right there."
Tadlock asked, "Was there a fight?"
" Not as fur as this nigger knows. They just up and die, I reckon. Eh, Cap'n?"
Grant had seated himself with the rest. He nodded his big, British head. "Starvation and fevers, I suppose. I never stopped to think. At any rate it wasn't a fight."
" As fer cattle," Greenwood went on, "you can

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