Life on the Mississippi, Part 11.

By Mark Twain

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...LIFE ON THE MISSISSIPPI

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...and himself. This
sufficiently evidenced the great value of the chart.

By and by, when the fog...

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...a mile long,
which had been formed during the past nineteen years. Since there was so
much...

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...some such character, and imagining that the
passing crowd marked his tragic bearing and were awestruck.

I...

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...came of that fleeting visit of those young Englishmen
to our village such ages and ages...

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...any doubts about that, I would have borrowed another musket for him.
I left the city...

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...ex-thief and
ex-vagabond of the lowest origin and basest rearing, a man all stained with
crime and...

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...promised to get a copy of it for me; and here it is
--an exact copy,...

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...the 3rd day I spent my last 10 cts for
moons (LARGE, ROUND SEA-BISCUIT) & cheese...

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...just happened & i just got down on my nees & thanked the
Lord for the...

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...God has
forgiven my sins & herd your prayers, for you told me you should pray
for...

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...class--the school is in the sunday afternoon, i went out two
sunday afternoons, and picked up...

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...into the fishing regions of our
northern British neighbors, and carried this sermon with him, since...

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...genuine?'

'Nothing that I know of, except that it is too neat, and compact, and
fluent, and...

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...mere internal evidence, anyway; and when you come to internal
evidence, it's a big field and...

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...but there were places in it where
the grin did not appear, and where it was...

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...since then; and the pilots say that within five years the
river will cut through and...

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...below me then, and I
could mark and fix every locality, every detail. Naturally, I...

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...village
school when I was a boy.

'He, too, was graduated with honors, from an Eastern college;...

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...property. Well,
when you come to look at it all around, and chew at it...

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...midst of a time when the happenings of
life were not the natural and logical results...

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...I
caught my breath, and judged I was gone. In my terror and misery, I
meanly began...

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...I also resolved to connect myself with the church the next
day, if I survived to...

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...who could stay under
longest.' We managed to remain down by holding on to the hoop...

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...did not think of
anything; we did not know what to do, so we did nothing--except...

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...sat with me in those places and had
probably taken me as a model--though I do...

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...judged it but decent to
confess these low motives, and I did so.

If the Model Boy...

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...was coming. Everybody knew, also, that John
Stavely was not expecting anybody by the boat--or any...

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...my hairs
rise by suddenly snatching it out and showing it to me.

At the end of...

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...the Mysterious Avenger is known in Europe, in America, in
China, in Siam, in the Tropics,...

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...talent; for some of his imaginary
murders were so vividly and dramatically described that I remember...