The Black Arrow - Robert Louis Stevenson

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A man was seen slipping through the churchyard among the yews; and at the sound of this summons he discarded all concealment, and fairly took to his heels for the forest. The men at the gate, who had been hitherto unaware of the stranger's presence, woke and scattered. Those who had dismounted began scrambling into the saddle; the rest rode in pursuit; but they had to make the circuit of the consecrated ground, and it was plain their quarry would escape them.

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gonzalj8 4 years, 7 months ago
The author of this quote has been misspelled. It's Robert Louis Stevenson.

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