Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Chapters 26 to 30

By Mark Twain

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...HUCKLEBERRY FINN

By Mark Twain

Part 6.



CHAPTER XXVI.

WELL, when they was all gone the king he asks...

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...William Fourth? Well, I bet I have--he goes to our church." I
knowed he...

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...have no less than seventeen."

"Seventeen! My land! Why, I wouldn't set out such...

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...nothing to him. He's told some stretchers,
I reckon, and I said I wouldn't swallow...

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...got the money, and
they'd slide right out and get away with it. If she...

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...on my mind. I wanted to know your plans. I've got a notion,
and...

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...from this out; and first you know
the nigger that does up the rooms will get...

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...open
into the parlor, where the corpse was laying, and there was a candle in
both rooms....

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...up in
no such business as that, I says to myself.

When I got down stairs in...

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...heard; it was only
one dog, but he made a most powerful racket, and he kept...

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...S'pose she dug him up and didn't find nothing, what
would she think of me? Blame...

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...separated or sold away from the
town. I can't ever get it out of my...

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...hoping to slide out of the way
of trouble without waking you up, if they hadn't...

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...that morning, and he'd be blamed if he'd ever do it
again. So they went...

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...time or other, it's so kind of strange and unregular.
I never see nothing like it....

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...I would
die first. "I never thought, I was so stirred up," she says; "now...

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...bummers, that's all, though that's worth something.
Well, there's others can do that better than what...

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...No,
you go right along, Miss Mary Jane, and I'll fix it with all of them.
I'll...

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...you, Miss Mary Jane."

It made my eyes water a little to remember her crying there...

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...it. They set up with her all night, Miss Mary Jane
said, and they don't...

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...get them to let Miss Mary Jane go aboard? Now YOU know he
ain't. ...

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...say nothing because
they wanted to go to England; and the king and the duke would...

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...he begun to speak, and I see
straight off he pronounced LIKE an Englishman--not the king's...

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...to talk that way to an
old man and a preacher.

"Preacher be hanged, he's a fraud...

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...straw tick o' my bed, not wishin' to bank it for the few
days we'd be...

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...broke in and
reached out his hand, and says:

"Why, is this my poor dead brother's old...

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...to grass,
partly. But anyway, one thing is proved--THESE two ain't either of 'em
Wilkses"--and he...

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...the king THIS time, and says:

"There--you've heard what he said! Was there any such...

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...at my back to
save me and set me free when the close-fit come, here was...

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...I had it all
to myself except the solid dark, and the now-and-then glares, and the
buzzing...

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...we went a-sliding down the river, and it DID seem
so good to be free again...

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...I don't remember it."

So the king let go of me, and begun to cuss that...

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...mad; didn't you have it in your mind to hook the money and hide
it?"

The duke...

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...king didn't get mellow enough
to forget to remember to not deny about hiding the money-bag...