Forty-One Thieves: A Tale Of California ebook
by Angelo Hall
A Tale of California. Chapter I. Dead Men Tell No Tales.
A Tale of California. Dedicated to j. h. k. A partner of will cummins and a neighbor of robert palmer. I. In the cemetery on the hill near the quiet village of Reedsville, Pennsylvania, you may find this inscription: WILLIAM F. CUMMINS son of Col. William & Martha Cummins who was killed by highwaymen near Nevada City, California September 1, 1879 aged 45 yrs. and 8 months. Be ye therefore also ready For the Son of Man cometh At an hour when ye think not.
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More than thirty-five years have passed since my father, returning from the scene of Cummins' murder, related the circumstances. With Mat Bailey, the stage-driver, with whom Cummins had traveled that fatal day, he had ridden over the same road, had passed the large stump which had concealed the robbers, and had become almost an eye-witness of the whole affair. My father's rehearsal of it fired my youthful imagination
A Tale of California. ee miles to the river, the road climbed three miles up the opposite side-three toiling miles through the ambushes of highwaymen. There was the scene of many a hold-up. And to-day, at his age, he simply must not be robbed. It would break his heart.