The Prince and the Pauper, Part 1.

By Mark Twain

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...THE PRINCE AND THE PAUPER

...

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...father--and so on, back and still back, three
hundred years and more, the fathers transmitting it...

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...of the sixteenth century, a boy was born to a poor family of the
name of...

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...poor families. Canty's tribe
occupied a room on the third floor. The mother and father...

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...often caught in that sort of treason and soundly beaten for it by
her husband.

No, Tom's...

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...influence
among these young people began to grow now, day by day; and in time he
came...

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...long time his pain and hunger, and the swearing and fighting going on
in the building,...

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...Was the desire of his
soul to be satisfied at last? Here, indeed, was a...

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...of Wales!"

The soldiers presented arms with their halberds, opened the gates, and
presented again as the...

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...sorrow nor pain of any sort.
And Nan and Bet are like to her in this."

"How...

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...the river, and
each doth duck his neighbour, and splatter him with water, and dive and
shout...

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...command!"

In a moment he had snatched up and put away an article of national
importance that...

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...monks and given for
a home for ever for poor and forsaken children, and new-named it...

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...beyond fun. The laughter
ceased on the instant, and fury took its place. A...

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...father? I know not what thou mean'st; I but know I am THY father,
as...