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Tension runs high; only the innocent intervention of Hetty, admonishing Hurry Harry, prevents a  serious quarrel among the men. However, Tom Hutter, Hurry Harry, and Chingachgook decide to  attack the Indians. Hutter and Hurry want to get scalps for bounties, and Chingachgook wants some  for trophies. Although Deerslayer obviously wants no part in this expedition and criticizes the two  white men for their aggression, he gives his Indian friend approval, but tells Chingachgook to fight  mercifully and honorably. The trip to the shore is useless because the Mingos have abandoned the  site of their previous encampment. When the three white men return to the ark, Chingachgook and  Deerslayer make plans for the rescue of Hist. Deerslayer, convincing Judith of the necessity of this 
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