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30 SIXTY YEARS IN TEXAS.
gentle horses, and John dismounted, holding to a
rope that was around the horse's neck, and he led
him to a neighbor's and rested for a few hours, and
borrowed a bridle and mounted him again and reached
home just before dark, and told us the round the
I can ride anything that ever looked through a bridle.
pony had taken him, and said he was tired, but said
his pony had good wind and the best bottom of any
animal that ever came from Mexico.
After John had left Bill was anxious to try his.
The pony was thrown down and blindfolded, and
the bridle put on. Bill had an old leather turtle-shell
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