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Success seemed impossible. Then a scout told them that another company of English soldiers was nearby. They were under the command of General Webb. Colonel Munro sent Hawkeye to ask General Webb for help. 37 THE LAST OF THE MOHICANS But Hawkeye was caught trying to get back through the French lines. The French General Montcalm let Hawkeye return to the fort—but he kept the letter from General Webb. After arriving back at the fort, Hawkeye told Colonel Munro that Montcalm wanted to see him. Munro spoke in a grave voice to Duncan.
Let him go. ” Uncas ran over to the girls. He took the ropes off Alice and placed her in Cora’s arms. Hawkeye cut the ropes off David. ” he said to the trembling singing teacher. “Forget about the singing for now. Buy a rifle instead—and practice until you can use it well. ” David held out his thin hand to Hawkeye. ” Duncan walked up to the two men. “He speaks for me as well,” he said to Hawkeye. “But I have been wondering about your return. ” “It would have taken too long to get there,” Hawkeye answered.
By hurrying, the little group of travelers covered a good many miles before the sun set. After another short rest, they set out again and traveled as fast as they could. They rode many miles without saying a word. Then, without warning, Hawkeye held up his hand as a signal to stop. ” he whispered. ” The men brought up their rifles, ready to fire. But at that moment they heard a man’s voice call out to them from the dark. He was speaking in French! 34 Back at the Fort • 6 6 Back at the Fort Clamping his hand over Hawkeye’s mouth, Duncan called out an answer in French.