A MAN who had been bitten by a Dog went about in quest of
someone who might heal him.
The party had scarcely encamped on the afternoon of the 28th, when two of the hunters who had sallied forth in quest of game came galloping back in great alarm.
Their white robes lengthen as the winter advances, and spread themselves far into the plain, driving the buffalo in herds to the banks of the river in quest of food; where they are easily slain in great numbers.
An you will entertain my little company, and be ready to sally forth, upon the second day, in quest of
me if need were, I shall e'en fare alone into the greenwood to seek an adventure with him."
He went in quest of
sympathy - in quest of
that droll article that we all suppose ourselves to want when in a strait, and have agreed to call advice; and he went, besides, with vague but rather splendid expectations of relief.
He now ordered that signals should be made for the stragglers in quest of water; but the night passed away without their return.
Here he remained all the succeeding day, as well to give time for the Crows to get in the advance, as for the stragglers, who had wandered away in quest of water two days previously, to rejoin the camp.