These though generally included in the generic name of free trappers, have the more specific title of skin trappers.
The wandering whites who mingle for any length of time with the savages have invariably a proneness to adopt savage habitudes; but none more so than the free trappers.
Captain Bonneville, who was delighted with the game look of these cavaliers of the mountains, welcomed them heartily to his camp, and ordered a free allowance of grog to regale them, which soon put them in the most braggart spirits.
In the evening, the free trappers drew off, and returned to the camp of Fontenelle, highly delighted with their visit and with their new acquaintances, and promising to return the following day.
But for YE, Free People, my word is that ye go north and eat but little for a while till the dhole are gone.
Free People, we must go north and dig lizards and rats from the bank, lest by any chance we meet the dhole.
Ay, and turned every driven deer to all the winds, and Mowgli was hunting, and this same Flathead was too deaf to hear his whistle, and leave the deer-roads free," Mowgli answered composedly, sitting down among the painted coils.
I am of the Free People, Kaa, till the dhole has gone by.
He laid himself down along the branch, his cheek to the bark, his right arm free, and there he told the Pack what he thought and knew about them, their manners, their customs, their mates, and their puppies.
It would be too painful to me to think that I might be a cause of sorrow or discord in the family that has been so good to me (she wrote), and my love has no aim but the happiness of those I love; so, Nicholas, I beg you to consider yourself free
, and to be assured that, in spite of everything, no one can love you more than does
If we were going to do anything for Pellucidar we must be free to do it together.
The one thing within Pellucidar which might free Dian and me was gone, nor was it likely that I should ever learn its whereabouts.
One thing I had decided definitely: If they would not free Dian I should turn loose upon Phutra with my little arsenal.
For Raleigh promised, if he were set free, to seek once more the fabled Golden City, and this time he swore to find it and bring home treasure untold to his master the King.
So once more the imprisoned sea-bird was free, and gathering men and ships he set forth on his last voyage.