the road. Suffer that we slay them."
"Ask that of the Elephant," said the soldiers; "ask too that he suffer
Just then the tall chief saw blood and heard words. He stalked up; and
he was a great man to look at, though still quite young in years. For
he was taller by a head than any round him, and his chest was big as
the chests of two; his face was fierce and beautiful, and when he grew
angry his eye flashed like a smitten brand.
"Who are these that dare to stir up dust at the gates of my kraal?" he