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Going aboard the ark, Hurry and Deerslayer talk with Judith and Hetty, respectively. Hurry converses  earnestly with Judith to soothe her pride and re-establish himself as a suitor; Natty appreciates  Hetty's simple, honest manner, despite the lack of her sister's sophistication and intelligence. Tom  Hutter appears and is half-annoyed: Hurry is a week late, the Mingos are on the warpath, and a  stranger — Deerslayer is on the ark. Although Hurry explains that he fortunately met Natty on the  trail and that the two formed a team against any Indian attack, it is Deerslayer, however, who satisfies  Floating Tom about his honest intentions after he explains his intended rendezvous with  Chingachgook. Hutter realizes that the young man may prove a needed ally in any future battle with  the Mingos, so he tells about some signs of enemies in the vicinity. Judith, for example, shows a 
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