Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Chapters 21 to 25

By Mark Twain

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...HUCKLEBERRY FINN

By Mark Twain

Part 5.



CHAPTER XXI.

IT was after sun-up now, but we went right on...

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...his eyebrows; next he would squeeze
his hand on his forehead and stagger back and kind...

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...days as we floated along, the raft was a most
uncommon lively place, for there warn't...

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...the fences had been
white-washed some time or another, but the duke said it was in...

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...gimme the CHAW, and you take the PLUG."

All the streets and lanes was just mud;...

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...somebody sings out:

"Here comes old Boggs!--in from the country for his little old monthly
drunk; here...

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...crowd looked mighty sober; nobody
stirred, and there warn't no more laughing. Boggs rode off...

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...rushing, and down she throws herself on her
father, crying, and saying, "Oh, he's killed him,...

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...on their thighs to watch him mark the places on the ground with his
cane; and...

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...you feel like when you are eating bread that's got sand
in it.

Then he says, slow...

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...is BENEATH pitifulness. Now the thing for YOU to
do is to droop your tails...

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...behind him; and by
and by all hands dropped the reins, and every lady put her...

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...hanging to his neck, with
first one leg hanging most to the ground on one side,...

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...EDMUND KEAN THE ELDER!
Of the London and
Continental Theatres,
In their Thrilling Tragedy of
THE KING'S CAMELEOPARD,
OR THE...

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... Just a word, gentlemen." They stopped to listen. "We are
sold--mighty badly sold....

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...towards the middle of the river, nobody saying a word.
I reckoned the poor king was...

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...up Jane
Shore,' he says; and up she comes, Next morning, 'Chop off her head'--and
they chop...

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...for a duke. When he's drunk there ain't no near-sighted man
could tell him from...

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...MAKE you mine!'

"En wid dat I fetch' her a slap side de head dat sont...

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...a man that's been drownded nine days. Blamed if he
warn't the horriblest looking outrage...

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...above the town--been there a couple
of hours, taking on freight. Says the king:

"Seein' how...

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...than thirty or thirty-five. Peter and George
were the only ones that come out here;...

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...know where to look for friends when he gets here."

Well, the old man went on...

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...him alone for that; said he had played a deef and
dumb person on the histronic...

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...human race.




CHAPTER XXV.

THE news was all over town in two minutes, and you could see...

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...down
and went to sobbing right out loud--the poor girls, too; and every woman,
nearly, went up...

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...right. Lawyer Bell was away up
to Louisville on business. But the rest was...

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...it on
trust; but no, they must count it. So they counts it, and it...

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...him knows that he
would a done MORE generous by 'em if he hadn't ben afeard...

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...people's heads to him. The king he reads it and puts it
in his pocket,...

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...and an honest one that wants to protect you and keep you out of
harm and...