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Natty Bumppo

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calledLeather Stocking.” He appears in five of Fenimore Cooper’s novels: as the Deerslayer; the Pathfinder; the Hawk-eye (La Longue Carabine), in the Last of the Mohicans; Natty Bumppo, in the Pioneers; and the Trapper in the Prairie, in which he dies.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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National Anthem
National Anthems
National Colours
National Convention
National Debt
National Exhibition
National Workshops
Native
Nativity (The)
Natty
Natty Bumppo
Natural (A)
Nature
Naught (not “nought”)
Naught
Naughty Figs (Jeremiah xxiv. 2)
Navigation
Navvy
Nay-word
Nayres
Nazaræans or Nazarenes

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Trapper