Bromfield seized the sword and ran Ledyard through the body.
I had a letter from Ledyard lately, dated at St. Petersburg.
Ben thought he heard some strangled cursing in Ledyard's voice.
Ledyard was a genuine Yankee, keen, inquisitive, and observing.
I told him you put the barge on rollers and towed it up to Ledyard with a traction engine.
"I'd have knocked 'em out if he had had enough brains for that," muttered Ledyard.
Ledyard was the first American to see the land that lay beyond the Rockies.
Ledyard was a man; little Joey Mills had at least a memory of manhood.
Here Brown remained, and Ledyard went on with the Cossack mail carriers.
One or even both might be allies, if there were any way to reach Ledyard.