The Prince and the Pauper, Part 4.

By Mark Twain

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...THE PRINCE AND THE PAUPER

...

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...mothers before them--and all their little
family affairs into the bargain. It had its aristocracy,...

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...to
seize the boy.

Miles Hendon stepped in the way and said--

"Not too fast, friend. Thou...

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...takes to one's quarters and usurps one's
bed with as natural and easy a grace as...

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...too."

A servant entered with a smoking meal, disposed it upon a small deal
table, placed the...

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...is up with the time! It hath changed with
the great change that is come...

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...fast to the hope that delay and
luck together would some day give success to our...

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...with a flashing
eye. "But I will right thee--by the cross will I! The...

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...John, King of England, and the King of France, it was
decreed that two champions should...

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...a
knight of the Kingdom of Dreams and Shadows! A most odd and strange
position, truly, for...

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...one may do--

"'There was a woman in our town, In our town did dwell--'

"He stirred,...

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...we hie us to the mart by the Tabard Inn in Southwark and
--be pleased to...

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...that
the scrivener had ordered was forgot, though I take all the saints to
witness that to...

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...of Wales; to-day art
thou my most gracious liege, Edward, King of England."

Tom buried his head...

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... In the beginning, a
shirt was taken up by the Chief Equerry in Waiting, who...

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...the Tower with the Head Keeper of the King's
Hose!"--after which he leaned upon the shoulder...

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...and
desired the King's assent.

Tom turned an inquiring look toward Hertford, who whispered--

"Your Majesty will signify...

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...While he sat reflecting a moment over
the ease with which he was doing strange and...

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...I am Humphrey--Humphrey Marlow."

Tom perceived that here was someone whom his keepers ought to have...

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...servants,
presume to teach THEE?"

"Then where is thy blame? What riddle is this? Am...

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...Grand Whipping-Boy to the Royal House of England! Banish
sorrow--I will betake me to my...

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...an apparently casual way, to find out how far its
amendment had progressed. The results...