by H. Rider Haggard. from In a Good Cause, 1885. The great hunter Alan Quatermain is embroiled in a life or death struggle with a demonic buffalo. Sir Henry Curtis, as everybody acquainted with him knows, is one of the most hospitable men on earth. It was in the course of the enjoyment of his hospitality at his place in Yorkshire the other day that I heard the hunting story which I am now about to transcribe. Many of those who read it will no doubt have heard some of the strange rumours that are flying about to the effect that Sir Henry Curtis and his friend Captain Good, R.N., recently found Continue reading