The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, Part 7.

By Mark Twain

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...THE ADVENTURES OF TOM SAWYER
...

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...his heart had burst under terror and
excitement. In his uneasiness Huck found himself drawing closer...

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...of Injun Joe ain't
enough. If there'd been three, he'd be drunk enough and I'd do...

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...and Tom's not more
moderate. The invitations were sent out before sunset, and straightway
the young folks...

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...night before, so
why should it be any more likely to come to-night? The sure fun...

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...the cave.
That was an impossible thing. Most of the young men knew a portion of
it,...

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...with the box and never be found again. No, he would
stick to their wake and...

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...in your way. Now--this way--now you see, don't
you?"

"Yes. Well, there IS company there, I reckon....

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...secure, and so
he picked up his nimble heels and flew. Down, down he sped, till...

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...said Huck, "and I run. I took out when the
pistols went off, and I didn't...

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...Huck, but you ought to have the credit of
what you did."

"Oh no, no! Please don't...

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...the old man's eye was upon him and he made blunder after
blunder. Presently the Welshman...

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...you out all right, I hope."

Huck was irritated to think he had been such a...

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...during day-school vacation, but everybody
was early at church. The stirring event was well canvassed. News...

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...and encouragement from the cave, but they
conveyed no real cheer.

The old Welshman came home toward...

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...at the Temperance
Tavern since he had been ill.

"Yes," said the widow.

Huck started up in bed,...

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...place they found a spacious cavern,
from whose ceiling depended a multitude of shining stalactites of...

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...look of it; but they were all strange. Every time
Tom made an examination, Becky would...

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...and abusing himself for getting her into this miserable
situation; this had a better effect. She...

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...rose up and wandered along, hand in hand and hopeless. They tried
to estimate how long...

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...mind had struck hers
also--that the Sabbath morning might be half spent before Mrs. Thatcher
discovered that...

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...their way back to the spring. The weary time
dragged on; they slept again, and awoke...

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...she made him promise that when the awful time came, he
would stay by her and...