It was noticed, with an ungenerous bitterness of feeling, that the four gentlemen--the Virginian, the
British officer, the young clergyman, and the Governor's secretary--who had been her most devoted attendants on the evening of the ball, were the foremost of whom the plague stroke fell.
Using the lives of Wister, Johnson, and the Virginian, the
author takes a detailed and captivating look at the American and Canadian ranching frontiers.
of Morristown, Tenn., has purchased three Virginia weeklies, the Central Virginian, the
Goochland Courier and The Herald-Progress from CV Corp.
Terms of the deal, which include the Virginia newspapers The Central Virginian, The
Goochland Courier, and the Herald-Progress, were not disclosed.
(in full The Virginian: A Horseman of the Plains) Western novel by Wister, Owen, published in 1902.