The Emigrant's Lost Son or, Life Alone in the Forest
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The Emigrant's Lost Son or, Life Alone in the Forest

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  • Frank Osborne's alarm on discovering a bow and quiver suspended in the forest
  • INTRODUCTION BY THE EDITOR
  • THE EMIGRANT'S LOST SON.
    • CHAPTER I.
      • CAUSE OF LEAVING ENGLAND AND ARRIVAL AT THE FOREST.
    • CAUSE OF LEAVING ENGLAND AND ARRIVAL AT THE FOREST.
    • CHAPTER II.
      • I AM LOST IN THE FOREST—MY SITUATION AND FEELINGS DESCRIBED.
    • I AM LOST IN THE FOREST—MY SITUATION AND FEELINGS DESCRIBED.
    • CHAPTER III.
      • I BUILD MYSELF A HUT—THE SCENERY THROUGHOUT A DAY IN THE FOREST DESCRIBED.
    • I BUILD MYSELF A HUT—THE SCENERY THROUGHOUT A DAY IN THE FOREST DESCRIBED.
    • CHAPTER IV.
      • AN ADVENTURE WITH A BEAR—AN EXTRAORDINARY ECHO—I AM ATTACKED WITH A FEVER, AND SUBSEQUENTLY DRIVEN FROM MY HUT.
    • AN ADVENTURE WITH A BEAR—AN EXTRAORDINARY ECHO—I AM ATTACKED WITH A FEVER, AND SUBSEQUENTLY DRIVEN FROM MY HUT.
    • CHAPTER V.
      • I WITNESS A GRAND CONVULSION IN NATURE, OF WHICH I HAVE A WONDERFUL ESCAPE—AM RESCUED IN THE LAST EXTREMITY, AND ADMITTED INTO A TRIBE OF INDIANS.
    • I WITNESS A GRAND CONVULSION IN NATURE, OF WHICH I HAVE A WONDERFUL ESCAPE—AM RESCUED IN THE LAST EXTREMITY, AND ADMITTED INTO A TRIBE OF INDIANS.
    • CHAPTER VI.
      • FURTHER ACCOUNT OF THE INDIANS—I ARRIVE AT MY FATHER'S FARM.
    • FURTHER ACCOUNT OF THE INDIANS—I ARRIVE AT MY FATHER'S FARM.
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