The Prince and the Pauper, Part 5.

By Mark Twain

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...THE PRINCE AND THE PAUPER

...

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...Lord Protector; other
things of note were appointed for that fourth day, also; but to Tom...

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...their victims; he could think of nothing but the scaffold
and the grisly fate hanging over...

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...is the matter clear; this is the
stranger that plucked Giles Witt out of the Thames,...

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...thy
goodness to me this day be remembered and requited!"

Tom turned to the Earl of Hertford,...

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... Please your Majesty to give
the circumstance that solemn weight which is its due, seeing...

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...Majesty, a black crime is charged upon them, and clearly
proven; wherefore the judges have decreed,...

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...to cope with the
riper wit and evil schemings of them that are its elders. ...

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...in her place and
gifted with the devil's functions, she had not stayed a moment to...

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...bread; when they have kneeled as
the others had done, and placed what was brought upon...

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...to the sound of gay music the Yeomen of the Guard entered,--"the
tallest and mightiest men...

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...father, if possible; would he go back to London and seek his
former haunts? No,...

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...sign of
life anywhere, and utter silence prevailed. The youth entered the barn,
the King following...

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...himself in lieu of blankets, and was soon absorbed in
thinking. He had many griefs,...

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...broke forth--

"A song! a song from the Bat and Dick and Dot-and-go-One!"

One of the blind...

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...diet is brimstone, now, and over hot for a delicate taste.
He was killed in a...

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...Hodge--show your adornments!"

These stood up and stripped away some of their rags, exposing their
backs, criss-crossed...

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...a
general explosion of inquiries broke out--

"Who is it? WHAT is it? Who art...

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...every throat responded, and a roaring shout
went up, of--

"Long live Foo-foo the First, King of...