The Prince and the Pauper, Part 3.

By Mark Twain

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...THE PRINCE AND THE PAUPER

...

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...your own royal hand should use it upon
the Duke of Norfolk's warrant."

"Why, so in sooth...

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...away, shall not it suffice? Hast lost thy wits? Begone! And hark
ye--come...

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...front and back with
the three feathers, the prince's blazon, woven in gold. Their halberd
staves...

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...view and slightly bowed his princely head.

He was 'magnificently habited in a doublet of white...

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...name. Who art
thou?"

The insulted blood mounted to the little prince's cheek once more, and...

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...Bet; "he is more worn than is his wont. To-morrow
will he be himself again,...

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...her bed.

As she lay thinking and mourning, the suggestion began to creep into her
mind that...

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...failed. Yes,
I shall soon know, now!"

By this time she had crept to the slumbering...

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... would I had never woke to know it
again! But prithee master thy tongue,...

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...river was aglow with the flash and sheen of coloured
lights; and constant explosions of fireworks...

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...had deliberately taken advantage of his stupendous
opportunity and become a usurper.

Therefore there was but one...

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...below them with eyes grown familiar to
it in forgotten generations. There was a bugle-blast...

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...see the small rioter.
Presently they began to taunt him and mock at him, purposely to...

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...voice shouted, "Way for the
King's messenger!" and a troop of horsemen came charging down upon...