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Chapter [Fishing Continued] Louisa Grant tells Elizabeth Temple that Natty Bumppo is hiding some secret in his always-locked cabin, and that he is rumored to be an Indian. A gradually approaching light proves to be Natty Bumppo and John Mohegan in a canoe, with a torch for spear fishing mounted on it.

Natty refuses to accept any of the fish piled on shore, and invites Oliver Edwards and Elizabeth to come fishing with them in the canoe. Natty spears a large salmon trout, and they paddle back to watch the other fisherman. Ben Pump and Billy Kirby are setting the net from a rowboat, and Ben falls overboard. Natty rescues him by catching his hair with his spear, and Ben is revived. Chapter [A Mysterious Letter] Next morning Richard Jones finds Judge Temple drawn and anxious; he has received a mysterious letter from England, apparently reporting someone's death in a shipwreck over a year before.

The expedition to visit the mine is forgotten. The Judge calls for his lawyer, Dirck Van der School, to assist him in preparing some papers. Oliver Edwards offers his services, but Elizabeth says that it is a private family matter. When Elizabeth expresses sympathy for John Mohegan, Edwards is pleasantly surprised, and seems to be in love with her. When he leaves the house he encounters Van der School bearing a packet of papers, which the lawyer refuses to discuss.

Summer comes on. Richard Jones is often seen in conference with Jotham Riddel, and early in July again suggests to Judge Temple that they make the deferred expedition on the following day. Elizabeth Temple and Louisa Grant decide on a walk in the woods, accompanied by her mastiff "Brave".

Oliver Edwards offers to escort them, but is refused; he goes boating instead and rows to Natty Bumppo's cabin in what is now Fairy Spring Park , where he goes inside. As he leaves the cabin Natty's tied-up hounds are barking, and Edwards sees Hiram Doolittle skulking in the bushes.

He returns to his boat and goes fishing; off Point Judith he encounters Natty and John Mohegan canoeing. Natty says Otsego Lake is the finest place he knows, and mourns the old days before settlers came. The only place he ever liked better was in the Catskills, which he had visited during the Revolution; he describes in loving detail an overlook above the Hudson and the nearby Kaaterskill Falls. Natty's hounds are heard chasing an animal; he is surprised because he thought them safely tied up at the cabin.

A buck springs into the Lake, followed by the hounds. Chapter [Natty Kills a Deer] Despite Oliver Edwards' warning that Judge Temple has vowed to prosecute anyone killing deer out of season, Natty, John Mohegan, and Edwards pursue the deer in the water; Edwards catches its antlers in a noose and Natty cuts its throat. The hounds are examined, and it is seen that the thongs with which they were tied up have been cut with a knife on the end of a long stick.

Louisa tells Elizabeth what she has heard about Natty's background, and speculates that he may be Oliver Edwards' father. She also mentions the abject poverty of her own upbringing, when she and her siblings were left hungry at home while her father, too proud to beg, rode off to console others. The two young women encounter the cub of a panther mountain lion , which is killed by the mastiff Brave, and are then attacked by the cub's mother. Brave dies trying to defend them, Louisa faints, and Elizabeth has given herself up for dead when Natty silently appears and shoots the panther.

They return to the village, and Natty returns to his cabin, near which he encounters Hiram Doolittle, who has heard his shot. Doolittle obliquely accuses Natty of illegally shooting deer, and Natty leads him on until they come to the bodies of the dead mastiff and the panthers. Natty claims the bounty on panther scalps, and Hiram persistently but unsuccessfully tries to gain admission to his cabin on pretext of preparing the bounty order. Natty examines Doolittle's knife, making it clear he thinks Doolittle responsible for loosing his hounds, and Doolittle's discomfiture demonstrates his guilt.

Natty warns Doolittle to stay away from his cabin, and Doolittle responds that he knows Natty has broken the law and as Magistrate intends to bring him to justice. Oliver Edwards assures Natty that nobody has entered the cabin. It is, he asserts, a silver mine. As evidence, they have seen Natty Bumppo and John Mohegan going up the mountain with picks and shovels, and then carrying things mysteriously to their cabin.

On one occasion, Natty went away and returned dragging a sledge with a large burden covered with bear-skins, and since then has let no one enter his cabin. Now Oliver Edwards spends his time digging mysteriously. Jones and Temple arrive at their destination, where Jones shows the Judge a natural cave on the hillside, the interior of which has been recently excavated and enlarged; this evidence makes the Judge suspicious. They return to the village, where they find Elizabeth and Louisa returning from their encounter with the panther, and the Judge for the time forgets his suspicions of Natty in his gratitude for the saving of his daughter.

The Judge reluctantly agrees, but privately assures Elizabeth that if Natty is found guilty she can pay his fine. Unable to find Sheriff Jones, who is away from the village, Hiram Doolittle deputizes a reluctant Billy Kirby as Constable to execute the search warrant, telling Kirby only that the suspect is a powerful wrestler. Accompanied by Jotham Riddel, they set forth.

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When Kirby realizes that they are heading for Natty's cabin, he rebels, but finally agrees to a peaceful talk with him. Natty, however, adamantly refuses to accept the search warrant, shoves Doolittle into the bushes, and aims his rifle at Billy Kirby to warn him off; Doolittle and Riddel promptly flee. Natty then drops his gun, and amicably turns over the remains of the deer to Kirby. Chapter [Different Views of Justice] Squire Lippet tells a horrified Oliver Edwards that Judge Temple had issued a warrant to search Natty's cabin, and that Natty was now liable to fine and imprisonment for assaulting a magistrate and threatening a constable with firearms.

Edwards goes to see Elizabeth, who assures him that her father would never imprison a man who had just saved her life. However the Judge, who joins them, insists that he cannot allow his personal feelings to impede justice, and that the law must now take its course. An outraged Edwards accuses Judge Temple of having usurped possession of his lands; the Judge defends his title, and dismisses Edwards from his employment.

Chapter [Natty Arrested] Returning to the village, Richard Jones arrives at the Mansion House to find the dead mastiff Brave, and to learn in convoluted fashion from Ben Pump of Elizabeth's encounter with the panther, her rescue by Natty, the quarrel between Judge Temple and Oliver Edwards, and eventually of the charges against Natty.


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He gathers a posse to arrest Natty, but when they reach the cabin they find it burned to the ground by its owner; a sorrowful Natty gives himself up quietly and is carried off to jail. Chapter [The Trial] It is Court day, and crowds are wending their way to Templeton to attend it as jurors or litigants. Richard Jones leads a procession from the Bold Dragoon to the courtroom, located over the log jail, and the proceedings begin.

Natty Bumppo is brought before the Judge on two indictments. Dirck Van der School, as District Attorney, charges Natty with assault and battery on Hiram Doolittle; Squire Lippet defends him on the grounds that Doolittle, though a Magistrate, was not a Constable, and thus had no right to execute the search warrant. The jury finds Natty not guilty.

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On the second indictment, for threatening a constable with firearms, the jury finds Natty guilty even though Billy Kirby insists he was never put in fear. The Judge sentences Natty to a fine of one hundred dollars, to be placed in the public stocks for one hour, and to be jailed for a month. Natty asks not to be jailed, since he cannot stand being shut in, and offers to earn the fine money by hunting.

Ben Pump offers to pay the fine, but Judge Temple ends the proceedings and orders Natty placed in the stocks. Chapter [Natty Jailed] Natty is placed in the stocks; Ben Pump insists on joining him there, and seeks to console him. When Hiram Doolittle comes by to gloat, Ben grabs his legs and knocks him down. When the hour is over, both Natty and Ben are locked up in the jail, where Oliver Edwards comes to confer with them through the barred window.

Chapter [A Jail Break] That evening Elizabeth and Judge Temple argue about the justice of Natty's conviction, the Judge insisting that he could not interfere with justice even though Natty had saved his daughter's life, and Elizabeth arguing the inhumanity of the result. The Judge gives Elizabeth two hundred dollars to pay Natty's fine and ease his condition, and she and Louisa set out to visit Natty in jail. Near it they encounter an ox cart driven by Oliver Edwards in disguise.

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They are admitted to the jail, where Natty refuses the money, but admits that Edwards plans to rescue him through a hole cut in the logs. He asks that Elizabeth buy some gunpowder, and meet him with it at noon the next day on top of Mount Vision. Elizabeth agrees, and helps him and Ben escape. The escape is soon discovered, and a posse formed to search the mountains. She finds John Mohegan, dressed in Indian costume and bemoaning his lost people.

He had given the Otsego lands to the Fire-eater, but Judge Temple had usurped them. Now Mohegan's family are all dead; he has no son but the Young Eagle, who is a white man. A forest fire suddenly springs up, and as Elizabeth and Mohegan turn to flee, Oliver Edwards appears. John Mohegan resigns himself to death. Elizabeth urges Edwards to save himself, but he vows to die with her. As their situation becomes desperate, Natty appears. He picks up the dying John Mohegan and, using his woodcraft skills, leads Elizabeth and Edwards to a place of safety on a terrace above the cave, from which emerges Ben Pump.

Grant unexpectedly appears; also seeking Elizabeth, he had been led to safety by Natty's hounds. John Mohegan dies, to the horror of Mr. Some need a jump-start. But they've all got wheels. You just need to know which pedal to push. Those lines are dialogue from the popular US TV drama Masters of Sex, the story of two s pioneers of sexual therapy. However, in China - a country often seen by Westerners as sexually conservative or even intolerant of women's enjoyment of sex - the pioneers are only just getting into their stride and are stepping out to explore the secrets of sex and the pleasure they expect to gain from it, and all without shame.

She asked why she can't attain orgasm every time she has sex, and then only in certain positions. Clients looking to improve their sex lives now account for 20 to 30 percent of my clients," said Ma Li, a psychosexual therapist in Shanghai. Ma began offering part-time psychosexual consultations in Earlier this year, she opened her therapy center on a full-time basis while she is studying to obtain a license from the American College of Sex.

Around 20 clients, mostly women, consult her every month. Some only felt sexually excited in public, while others had a fascination with certain parts of the body, such as the feet. That sort of thing is quite acceptable now, but it wasn't at that time.


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Almost all of those clients were men," she said. People's attitudes to sex have changed in recent years, though. An increasing number of women are visiting Ma's clinic in downtown Shanghai to seek advice or therapy. They range from women in their 20s who want to know how to deal with their "first time", to long-married wives who are unable to achieve orgasm. Last week, Ma was visited by a woman who had never experienced an orgasm during 30 years of marriage. The therapist explained a few "self-help" techniques and when the woman tried them she was able to achieve climax.

She was laughing, but crying too. I felt a mixture of happiness and bitterness, but I was still pleased. At least, she decided to try. Better late than never, I suppose," she said. On average, Chinese people have sex nine times a month, the highest frequency rate among nine countries in the Asia-Pacific region, according to the Asia-Pacific Sexual Behaviors and Satisfaction Survey published in May.

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