The Prince and the Pauper, Part 9.

By Mark Twain

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...THE PRINCE AND THE PAUPER

...

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...sun is
lightly veiled with clouds.

At seven o'clock the first break in the drowsy monotony occurs;...

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...general body of
foreign ambassadors, crosses this bar of sunshine, and we catch our
breath, the glory...

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...head--and paused in that attitude.

A deep hush pervaded the Abbey. At this impressive moment,...

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...Lord Protector reflected a moment or two in perplexity, then he said,
with grave respectfulness--

"By your...

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...him answer up promptly, in a confident and
untroubled voice, and say--

"There is nought in this...

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...seen returning. As he advanced up the
mid-aisle the interest was so intense that the...

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...new-comer, who stood, with bent head and corrugated
brow, groping in his memory among a thronging...

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...as if for a place to hide it--your eye caught
sight of--"

"There, 'tis sufficient!--and the good...

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...to Tom, and said kindly--"My
poor boy, how was it that you could remember where I...

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...a big
crowd or a little one, sooner or later, he should find his poor little
friend,...

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...to himself, "The new King is crowned," and straightway fell
asleep. He had not slept...

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...his twin brother, and can give
his Majesty news of t'other Sir-Odds-and-Ends, I warrant." So...

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...on both sides with rows
of splendid flunkeys (who made reverential obeisance as the two passed
along,...

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...for this he is
a knight, by the King's voice. Also learn, that for a...

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...for--and thy father shall hang, if thou desire it and the
law consent. Know, all...

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...his evil life with the Ruffler's gang, and put him
in the way of a comfortable...

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...a
fine stir indeed! But the matter was soon explained, and the right
confirmed. The...

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...the body, but has loose sleeves,
and beneath is worn a sleeveless yellow under-coat; around the...

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...that the King himself had expired that night, the lieutenant
deferred obeying the warrant; and it...

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...and False,
p. 13.



The Famous Stocking Case.

A woman and her daughter, NINE YEARS OLD, were hanged...

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...be properly repaired, and founded within it that noble
establishment called the Bluecoat School, or Christ's...

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...Public,' to which visitors are admitted by tickets issued by the
Treasurer and by the Governors...