David Gamut Quotes in The Last of the Mohicans
“Isle of Wight!” ‘Tis a brave tune, and set to solemn words; let it be sung with meet respect!
Little be the praise to such worm as I. But, though the power of psalmody was suspended in the terrible business of that field of blood through which we passed, it has recovered its influence even over the soul of the heathen, and I am suffered to go and come at will.
Even so, I will abide in the place of the Delaware. Bravely and generously has he battled in my behalf; and this, and more, will I dare in his service.