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Frank Reade and His Steam Horse By Harry Enton,

  • Title: Frank Reade and His Steam Horse
  • Author: Harry Enton
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  • Page: 305
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  • PUTTING THE ANIMILE TOGETHER Musha, my God, an what do ye call it Frank Reade looked up with a pleasant smile, as a brick colored head was thrust into the half open doorway of the wood shed, where he was hard at work putting the several parts of his invention together Call it said the sixteen year old genius, with a proud glance at his wonderful idea why, I caPUTTING THE ANIMILE TOGETHER Musha, my God, an what do ye call it Frank Reade looked up with a pleasant smile, as a brick colored head was thrust into the half open doorway of the wood shed, where he was hard at work putting the several parts of his invention together Call it said the sixteen year old genius, with a proud glance at his wonderful idea why, I call it a steam horse A harse, is it It is, said Frank Wid stale an iron legs, an a big copper belly on him You re right An can he walk Yes, and run too Worra, worra, did yez iver hear the loikes o that cried the Irishman, throwing up his hands in astonishment Would ye have the nateness to allow me to sthep in for a whist, while I obsarve the construction of the conthrivance I can philosophize, and so forth, but be the smoke o Kate Kelly s pipe be the same token, it was a rale black dudeen , this bates me philosophy, it do Who are you asked Frank Patrick McSpalten s my name Will yez allow me in I suppose so, said Frank, and into the wood shed walked the Irishman He was a good natured looking man of about thirty, pleasant faced, well dressed, and full of blarney Arrah, it s a jaynus ye are, he said as he looked at Frank s invention An do ye mane to tell me that you constructed that conthrivance all out of yer own head, me gossoon Oh, no, grinned Frank I use quite a quantity of steel, iron and copper Oh, I didn t mane that, hastily said Patrick McSpalten I want to know if ye conthrived the masheen all alone You bet your bottom dollar I did, said Frank I could make a metal casting of any animal and send it traveling with speed This horse will probably travel at the rate of sixty miles an hour when under high pressure, and could keep going thirty five or forty miles an hour for ten hours, with occasional ten minute stops to cool a hot joint Is that so ejaculated Patrick I can philosophize and so forth, but that bates me Now, I moind that I was jist as much surprised whin I was tould about a Sthame Mon that thraveled over the counthry out west and What cried Frank Reade, surprise ringing in his voice The Steam Man was my invention.
    Frank Reade and His Steam Horse PUTTING THE ANIMILE TOGETHER Musha my God an what do ye call it Frank Reade looked up with a pleasant smile as a brick colored head was thrust into the half open doorway of the wood shed where he

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    1. Bit of confusion, as there were apparently a couple books about boy inventors and their steam powered robots and this isn t the sequel to the one I read.Once I figured out that, I was fine, as this is a pretty straightforward boys own adventure and everything is explained.Young Frank follows up his co creating of a steam man with the horse from the title and he, his cousin who steers the steam man and their assorted racially stereotyped sidekicks head out for the prairies to test his new inventi [...]

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