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on a dark night he coul
d surely make his way t
hrough the line of sent
ries. He had observed o
n moonlight nights the
exact position which ea
ch of these occupied. T
he intervals were short
between them; but it w
ould be quite possible
on a dark night for a p
erson to pass noiseless
ly without being percei
ved. The watch would ha
ve been even more stric
t than it was, had not
the Puritans regarded t
he struggle as virtuall
y at an end, and were,
therefore, less careful
as to their prisoners
than they would otherwi
se have been. Harry pre
Friends, though divided
A Tale of the Civil War by Henty, G. A. (George Alfred), 1832-1902