"I will look at this horse called poche," he announced, and stalked out ahead of them.
Had the cares of his bank driven him to such a lonely hermitage as La poche?
Now, returning, he caught poche in a pasture close to the village and saddled him.
"I thought so," she observed, as he led poche and Smith from hiding.
Oliver loped poche to an obscure deer path that led down to the river, and as swiftly as possible began negotiating it.
Thoroughly surprised, Oliver reined in, and poche began to dance.
He placed the letter unopened in his shirt front, and went out and saddled poche.
The arrangements made for the attack contemplated, after the capture of la poche, the surrounding of the wood of the Trou Bricot.
Then he laughed loud and long, and ran for poche, and threw the silver-mounted saddle on his back.
Toward noon poche was carefully feeling his way down the rocky caon of Clinker Creek, over a forgotten road.