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The bed was made of poles, with strips of bark in place of bedcords, the mattress was of husks and the pillows of cat-tail down.
"Must hurry, Louise," hastily said Cap'n Abe as he heard the bedcords creak and the patter of the girl's feet on the matting.
In Herodotus (ix. 118) we read of a besieged people eating their bedcords, which we may assume to have been strips of hides, or leather at least.] [Footnote 219: For all matters relating to the topography of Rome and