The Young Berringtons

Descripción editorial

The two speakers were fine, active-looking lads, sons of Captain Hugh Berrington, who had settled in the colony of Queensland a short time before Paul, the eldest, was born. They might have been known as young gentlemen by the tone of their voices rather than by their costume, which consisted of a red serge shirt, loose trousers fastened at the waist with a leathern belt, large boots coming up to their knees, and broad-brimmed cabbage-tree hats. Each carried in his hand a heavy whip with a long thick thong. The elder, in addition, had a brace of pistols in his belt, which weapons were necessary in case of the sudden appearance of any strange natives. They were mounted on strong, active little horses, which evidently got but a small amount of grooming.

GÉNERO
Juvenil
PUBLICADO
1880
5 de agosto
IDIOMA
EN
Inglés
EXTENSIÓN
153
Páginas
EDITORIAL
Public Domain
VENTAS
Public Domain
TAMAÑO
704.3
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