The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, Part 3.

By Mark Twain

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...THE ADVENTURES OF TOM SAWYER
...

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...some day--maybe
when it was too late. Ah, if he could only die TEMPORARILY!

But the elastic...

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...come! What's here, stay here!"

Then he scraped away the dirt, and exposed a pine shingle....

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...The two marbles lay within a foot of each
other.

Just here the blast of a toy...

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...at last Joe,
representing a whole tribe of weeping outlaws, dragged him sadly forth,
gave his bow...

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...Huckleberry Finn
was there, with his dead cat. The boys moved off and disappeared in the
gloom....

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...us. We ain't
doing any harm. If we keep perfectly still, maybe they won't notice us
at...

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...drifted from behind the clouds and exposed the pallid
face. The barrow was got ready and...

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...His
hand closed upon the knife; he raised it, glanced at it, and let it
fall, with...

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...a place by himself
--chicken-heart!"

Two or three minutes later the murdered man, the blanketed corpse, the
lidless...

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...You know that. That Injun devil wouldn't
make any more of drownding us than a couple...

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...don't make any difference WHAT happens, we got
to keep mum. We'd drop down dead--don't YOU...

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...of adventure rose in the boys' souls once more.

"Hucky, do you das't to go if...

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...of solemnity that struck a
chill to the culprit's heart. He sat down and tried to...

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..."branch" about one or two o'clock in the morning, and
that Potter had at once sneaked...

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...me you'd never--"

"Is that your knife?" and it was thrust before him by the Sheriff.

Potter...

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...shook so that he
spilled his coffee.

"And you do talk such stuff," Sid said. "Last night...

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...dropped. He had been careful to begin both of
his inquest-statements with the fight, without confessing...

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...with a deluge of cold water; then
she scrubbed him down with a towel like a...

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...give it to you, because there ain't
anything mean about me; but if you find you...

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...know you was meaning for the best, aunty, and so was I with Peter.
It done...