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Nada the Lily

Nada the Lily

Nada the Lily Some years sinceit was during the winter before the Zulu Wara White Man was...
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Author: Haggard, H. Rider (Henry Rider),1856-1925
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Language: English
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Nada the Lily

Nada the Lily

$174.00 $4.65

Nada the Lily

$174.00 $4.65
Author: Haggard, H. Rider (Henry Rider),1856-1925
Format: eBook
Language: English

Nada the Lily

Some years sinceit was during the winter before the Zulu Wara White Man was travelling through Natal. His name does not matter, for he plays no part in this story. With him were two wagons laden with goods, which he was transporting to Pretoria. The weather was cold and there was little or no grass for the oxen, which made the journey difficult; but he had been tempted to it by the high rates of transport that prevailed at that season of the year, which would remunerate him for any probable loss he might suffer in cattle. So he pushed along on his journey, and all went well until he had passed the little town of Stanger, once the site of Duguza, the kraal of Chaka, the first Zulu king and the uncle of Cetywayo. The night after he left Stanger the air turned bitterly cold, heavy grey clouds filled the sky, and hid the light of the stars. Now if I were not in Natal, I should say that there was a heavy fall of snow coming, said the White Man to himself. I have often seen the sky look like that in Scotland before snow. Then he reflected that there had been no deep snow in Natal for years, and, having drunk a tot of squareface and smoked his pipe, he went to bed beneath the after-tent of his larger wagon. During the night he was awakened by a sense of bitter cold and the low moaning of the oxen that were tied to the trek-tow, every ox in its place. He thrust his head through the curtain of the tent and looked out. The earth was white with snow, and the air was full of it, swept along by a cutting wind. ......Buy Now (To Read More)

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Ebook Number: 1207
Author: Haggard, H. Rider (Henry Rider)
Release Date: Feb 1, 1998
Format: eBook
Language: English

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