A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court, Part 5.

By Mark Twain

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...A CONNECTICUT YANKEE IN KING ARTHUR'S COURT

...

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...penetrate the secret
of that spell, and without that secret none can break it. The
water...

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...reputation. However, that shot raised his bile, and instead
of starting home to report my...

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...tell you. We
grounded the wire of a pocket electrical battery in that powder,
we placed...

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...be permission
to the multitudes to close in and take their places.

I was at the platform...

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...arms abroad and thundered out the devastating
syllables of this word of words:

"Mekkamuselmannenmassenmenchenmoerdermohrenmuttermarmormonumentenmacher!"

--and whirled on the...

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...dear
names they gave their darlings, just as if it had been a friend who
was long...

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...the peril of it to
the well--but he said with feeling:

"One needs not to ask that...

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... He went down black
and shaky, leaving the whole black community above troubled and
worried and...

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...place was newly swept and scoured.
Then there was another surprise. Back in the gloom...

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...know
the name of the place now. Call up Camelot."

He did it, and had Clarence...

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...breathing the breath
of life again after long suffocation. I realized, then, what a
creepy, dull,...

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...Then
he told them what the Sultan of Egypt was at; also what the King
of the...

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...called names, and they did not know
what might be the consequence. There was a...

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...moment."

When it comes to sarcasming, I reckon I know how to keep my end up.
That...

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...yet here they were, ready to take up with an adventurer
who could offer no evidence...

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...the former class always,
whether he suspected it or not. It was impossible that this...

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...could not serve if elected.
The aldermen, who without any question were Yankees in disguise,
hit upon...

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...music of despair,
they went from the judgment seat out into the world homeless,
bedless, breadless; why,...

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...my West Pointers. That ought
to have been attended to before I left; for the...

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...the
blackboard that would stump the angels themselves, and do it like
nothing, too--all about eclipses, and...

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...that is to say, usufruct?"

"Verily, in the all-wise and unknowable providence of God, who
moveth in...

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...sir, the line failing before it had
reached so far back."

"It mattereth not. It is...

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...came forward and proved exactly four generations
of nobility himself. So there was a tie...

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...and persistent hammering,
to the end that whenever the King's Own was tired and wanted to...

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...in rank from Lieutenant-General
up to Field Marshal, and be gorgeously salaried and equipped and
fed by...

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...Boss, hast seen
Sir Launcelot about?" but if ever she went fretting around for
the king I...

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...course, you can
water a gift as much as you want to; and I generally do....

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...I not only injured no one, dissatisfied no one, but pleased
all concerned and saved four-fifths...

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...away cured. Wherever you find a king who can't
cure the king's-evil you can be...

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... ...

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...has been notified.

Expedition No. 3 will start adout the
first...

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...Liver Lane, this city.

Young Barker the bellows-mender is
hoMe again,...

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...the paper by and large, I was vastly pleased with it.
Little crudities of a mechanical...

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...be the very
haps as they happened, in marvelous exactness!" And might they
take this strange...