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RANGERS AND SOVEREIGNTY 51
coming on, Lieutenant Best would not give it up. He
sent a man to Menardville, about eight miles away, for
help. He and one man stayed there to watch as best
they could. And near daylight, next morning, his
succor came. But the danger of the Indians having
fortified their position so as to make attack deadly
from the outside they waited until good daylight to
make it. They ventured cautiously until they saw the
Indians had escaped.
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