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Then stop gaping at me through the bars, and open the gate said Merry

The master answered:Do as I bid you and made ready to return home with his wife, and they mounted their horses, her steed being a mare As they went on their way, it happened that the husband rode on ahead, while the wife was a little way behind The husbands horse, seeing this, neighed, and said to the mare:Come along, make haste why are you so slow? And the mare answered:It is very easy for you, you carry only your master, who is a thin man, but I carry my mistress, who is so fat that she weights as much as three When the husband heard that he looked back and laughed, which the wife perceiving, she urged on the mare till she caught up with her husband, and asked him why he laughedFor nothing at all, he answeredjust because it came into my head She would not be satisfied with this answer, and urged him more and more to tell her why he had laughed But he controlled himself and said:Let me be, wife what ails you? I do not know myself why I laughed But the more he put her off, the more she tormented him to tell her the cause of his laughter At length he said to her:Know, then, that if I tell it you I shall immediately and surely die But even this did not quiet her she only besought him the more to tell her

Becausem, shes niver been at home since yesterday mornin, since afore we was up; an we thought somethin must ha happened to her.

It suited me to a T too, and Harris and I both said it was a good idea of George,

John recognized the book, in the shadowy light.... He ought not to have left it there. He had more than half guessed this thing before.... So this was the reason why Hemenway & Hill countermanded their order for fifty cars, a week ago, and Gardner & Hutchinson changed their mind about shipping their wheat the thirtieth... and this thing had been going on for weeks?months?... No, it was only within six weeks that the book had been tampered with.... His mind ran back over the time, fitting each coincidence in place.... So this was it It was state prison for the man.... But suppose he were not arrested?... Suppose he were let to go freein fear of his life.... John, watching, gauged the man, sitting there in the night, his busy pen writing his own doom.... He should go on sending the reports. The enemy should have their bulletin from day to day, but it should be compiled by John Bennett. The scribe should have only the work of copying.... It might save time if the arrangement were completed now. He moved his hand a trifle toward the wall behind him, groping a little. The next minute the room was a blaze of light and the man at the desk was on his feet, stifling a quick cryblinking at the looping bulbs of light. He made a swift step toward the door; but some one, broad-shouldered and smiling, stood against it.

Becausem, shes niver been at home since yesterday mornin, since afore we was up; an we thought somethin must ha happened to her.

It suited me to a T too, and Harris and I both said it was a good idea of George,

I have myself been at whiles in Rohan, but I have never crossed it northwards When I was sent out as a messenger, I passed through the Gap by the skirts of the White Mountains, and crossed the Isen and the Greyflood into Northerland A long and wearisome journey Four hundred leagues I reckoned it, and it took me many months for I lost my horse at Tharbad, at the fording of the Greyflood After that journey, and the road I have trodden with this Company, I do not much doubt that I shall find a way through Rohan, and Fangorn too, if need be

Where could I find him?

The helpless eyes devoured his face. I cant

John recognized the book, in the shadowy light.... He ought not to have left it there. He had more than half guessed this thing before.... So this was the reason why Hemenway & Hill countermanded their order for fifty cars, a week ago, and Gardner & Hutchinson changed their mind about shipping their wheat the thirtieth... and this thing had been going on for weeks?months?... No, it was only within six weeks that the book had been tampered with.... His mind ran back over the time, fitting each coincidence in place.... So this was it It was state prison for the man.... But suppose he were not arrested?... Suppose he were let to go freein fear of his life.... John, watching, gauged the man, sitting there in the night, his busy pen writing his own doom.... He should go on sending the reports. The enemy should have their bulletin from day to day, but it should be compiled by John Bennett. The scribe should have only the work of copying.... It might save time if the arrangement were completed now. He moved his hand a trifle toward the wall behind him, groping a little. The next minute the room was a blaze of light and the man at the desk was on his feet, stifling a quick cryblinking at the looping bulbs of light. He made a swift step toward the door; but some one, broad-shouldered and smiling, stood against it.

Alice glanced nervously along the table, as she walked up the largehall, and noticed that there were about fifty guests, of all kinds: somewere animals, some birds, and there were even a few flowers among them

Itssa pity it happened.

Ah, ah, ah ... he muttered, recalling everything that had happenedAnd again every detail of his quarrel with his wife was present to his imagination, all the hopelessness of his position, and worst of all, his own fault.

Then stop gaping at me through the bars, and open the gate said Merry

Simeon stared again. Then he chuckled a little. I believe you could, he said grimly. Hed go away thinking I was a prizefighter

Thank you, he said drily, glancing from her to the door and then at her again.

Alice glanced nervously along the table, as she walked up the largehall, and noticed that there were about fifty guests, of all kinds: somewere animals, some birds, and there were even a few flowers among them

I have myself been at whiles in Rohan, but I have never crossed it northwards When I was sent out as a messenger, I passed through the Gap by the skirts of the White Mountains, and crossed the Isen and the Greyflood into Northerland A long and wearisome journey Four hundred leagues I reckoned it, and it took me many months for I lost my horse at Tharbad, at the fording of the Greyflood After that journey, and the road I have trodden with this Company, I do not much doubt that I shall find a way through Rohan, and Fangorn too, if need be

John recognized the book, in the shadowy light.... He ought not to have left it there. He had more than half guessed this thing before.... So this was the reason why Hemenway & Hill countermanded their order for fifty cars, a week ago, and Gardner & Hutchinson changed their mind about shipping their wheat the thirtieth... and this thing had been going on for weeks?months?... No, it was only within six weeks that the book had been tampered with.... His mind ran back over the time, fitting each coincidence in place.... So this was it It was state prison for the man.... But suppose he were not arrested?... Suppose he were let to go freein fear of his life.... John, watching, gauged the man, sitting there in the night, his busy pen writing his own doom.... He should go on sending the reports. The enemy should have their bulletin from day to day, but it should be compiled by John Bennett. The scribe should have only the work of copying.... It might save time if the arrangement were completed now. He moved his hand a trifle toward the wall behind him, groping a little. The next minute the room was a blaze of light and the man at the desk was on his feet, stifling a quick cryblinking at the looping bulbs of light. He made a swift step toward the door; but some one, broad-shouldered and smiling, stood against it.

Yes, and I have no doubt that is her ring.

Becausem, shes niver been at home since yesterday mornin, since afore we was up; an we thought somethin must ha happened to her.

I beg. I remember now it is long since I have eaten or drunk. What is the custom of charity in this town? In silence, as we do of Tibet, or speaking aloud?

Several false keys. He had to open the building and the room.

Yes, and I have no doubt that is her ring.

I have myself been at whiles in Rohan, but I have never crossed it northwards When I was sent out as a messenger, I passed through the Gap by the skirts of the White Mountains, and crossed the Isen and the Greyflood into Northerland A long and wearisome journey Four hundred leagues I reckoned it, and it took me many months for I lost my horse at Tharbad, at the fording of the Greyflood After that journey, and the road I have trodden with this Company, I do not much doubt that I shall find a way through Rohan, and Fangorn too, if need be

But, my dear father, I told you I can never marry, because of the promise I gave to Eisenkopf

Residing in Paris during the spring and part of the summer of 18 I there became acquainted with a Monsieur C. Auguste Dupin. This young gentleman was of an excellentindeed of an illustrious family, but, by a variety of untoward events, had been reduced to such poverty that the energy of his character succumbed beneath it, and he ceased to bestir himself in the world, or to care for the retrieval of his fortunes. By courtesy of his creditors, there still remained in his possession a small remnant of his patrimonyand, upon the income arising from this, he managed, by means of a rigorous economy, to procure the necessaries of life, without troubling himself about its superfluities. Books, indeed, were his sole luxuries, and in Paris these are easily obtained.

Then I think we had better hear their story at once.

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