The Prince and the Pauper, Part 7.

By Mark Twain

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...THE PRINCE AND THE PAUPER

...

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...honour
beside the Ruffler, where with vast ceremony he was crowned King of the
Game-Cocks; his meaner...

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...operate, he meant to get
Canty's help, and FORCE the King to expose his leg in...

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...a distinct command delivered
directly from head-quarters. So he planned a raid for that very
afternoon,...

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...a post to watch results.

The insulted King threw the bundle on the ground; and the...

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...Dreams
and Shadows, than to be held base enough to be an earl in some of...

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...mark you, he hath not an
evil face--but when hunger driveth--Good woman! dost know that when...

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...to order the good judge to be
beheaded on the spot; but he caught a warning...

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...come
to harm. Observe, I heard it all--every word. I will prove it to...

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...is death!"

"God be merciful to me a sinner!"

"By advantage taken of one in fault, in...

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...him when he was ready for
bed; then took the floor for his own quarters, and...

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...not so? Come, let us speed--my impatience will not
brook further delay."

All possible hurry was...

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...thou hast suffered
privations and rude buffetings at the world's hands; thy looks and dress
betoken it....

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...was subdued, and his lips trembled. "My father
dead!--oh, this is heavy news. Half...

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...was unspeakably sad. Miles
Hendon sprang forward, crying out--

"Oh, my Edith, my darling--"

But Hugh waved...

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...cannot account for it."

"No, it is not strange, my liege. I know him, and...

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...absorbed was he in his musings, that when the King presently handed
him the paper which...

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...with it; for
here it is dangerous." She looked steadily into Miles's face a moment,
then...

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...stood before
her.

"Grant me one thing," he said. "Let your eyes rest upon mine, so...