Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Chapters 36 to the Last

By Mark Twain

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...HUCKLEBERRY FINN

By Mark Twain

Part 8.



CHAPTER XXXVI.

AS soon as we reckoned everybody was asleep that night...

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...ways particular how it's done so it's done. What I want is my
nigger; or...

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...jimpson weeds under the window-hole--then we could tote them back and
he could use them over...

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... It
was his way when he'd got his plans set.

So he told Jim how we'd...

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...something like that that's always getting into bread,
you know; but after that he never bit...

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... And don't you look when Jim unloads
the pan--something might happen, I don't know what....

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...Silas he says:

"It's most uncommon curious, I can't understand it. I know perfectly
well I...

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...Silas, looking sorrowful.

"Oh, DO shet up!--s'pose the rats took the SHEET? WHERE'S it gone,
Lize?"

"Clah...

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...and remembered about the spoon, and says:

"Well, it ain't no use to send things by...

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...numskull, didn't you see me COUNT 'm?"

"I know, but--"

"Well, I'll count 'm AGAIN."

So I smouched...

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...places, and eyes put out with the smoke;
because, you see, we didn't want nothing but...

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...look when we put the witch pie in Jim's pan; and we put the
three tin...

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...sinister; and a couple of
gules for supporters, which is you and me; motto, MAGGIORE FRETTA,...

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...said the rock was worse than the logs; he said it would take him such
a...

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...then he could go to bed, and hide the grindstone under
his straw tick and sleep...

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...him.
Mars Tom, I's willin' to tackle mos' anything 'at ain't onreasonable, but
ef you en Huck...

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...over you, and have a noble good
time."

"Yes, DEY will, I reck'n, Mars Tom, but what...

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...prisoner ever had in
the world to make a name for himself, and yet he didn't...

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...no real
scarcity of snakes about the house for a considerable spell. You'd see
them dripping...

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...for him, skasely; and when there was, a body
couldn't sleep, it was so lively, and...

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...here, Tom, what do we want to WARN anybody for that
something's up? Let them...

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...told me to. It said:

Beware. Trouble is brewing. Keep a sharp lookout....

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...and
not blow at all; then whilst they are getting his chains loose, you slip
there and...

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...down there this time of night?"

"I don't know 'm."

"You don't KNOW? Don't answer me...

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...of
them says, "I'M for going and getting in the cabin FIRST and right NOW,
and catching...

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...the bed. But we got under all right,
and out through the hole, swift but...

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...was tied, and hopped in and pulled
for dear life towards the middle of the river,...

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...was all right now, and I told Tom I was a-going for a doctor. ...

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...mean."

"Oh," he says.

But he put his foot on the gunnel and rocked her, and shook...

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...waked up till about an hour ago; then we
paddled over here to hear the news,...

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...Sister Hotchkiss, sh-she--"

"But how in the nation'd they ever GIT that grindstone IN there, ANYWAY?
'n'...

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...many
times they DIDN'T steal that; and flour, and candles, and candlesticks,
and spoons, and the old...

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...me--I got up and
took a walk.

Says I to myself, I can explain better how we...

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...I felt mean, and like I
couldn't look her in the face; and she set down...

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...down, and fetched it, and give it to her. She says:

"Why, it's from St....

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...bread and water to eat after
this till his owner come, or he was sold at...

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...quiet; but there I WAS, with both of 'm on my
hands, and there I had...

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...and if I found him
awake I reckoned we could put up a yarn for the...

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...up the pictures of coffins and things, and nonnamous letters
from the robbers, and get up...

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...up in bed, with his eye hot, and his nostrils opening and
shutting like gills, and...

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...because the oldest
man in the world couldn't a understood it. So Tom's Aunt Polly,...

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...mistake about it. And I
wrote another one to tell you I was coming; and...

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...here one of these nights and get an outfit, and go for
howling adventures amongst the...