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This, as I afterward came to know, was the "horn-works," which as yet was in an unfinished condition, and protected by a stockade of logs, between each of which last were spaces, in some cases two or three inches wide.

"A bargain's a bargain, an' I allus stick to one I make.

"There were a great many things in that luxurious apartment which it would have delighted me to look upon and examine, but I forbore.

that those whose souls are in unison should be allowed to reveal themselves to each other, regardless of the world's opinions?' "'Yes!' said I, earnestly.

" "Have you got it?" say I, faintly, to the general, who at this moment joins us.

"I meanwhere would you like itstored until you can send, and have ittaken away?" "Well,Ierrather thought of keeping itwhere it was if you didn't mind.

The Folly is so extravagant with me, and I went on with so little Check of my Desires, or Resignation of them, that I can assure you, I very often meerly to entertain my own Thoughts, sit with my Spectacles on, writing Love-Letters to the Beauties that have been long since in their Graves.

" "But supposing that I knock you down?" say I, doubtfully.

"Not a bit!" said I, heartily, without any more pretence that I did not understand what she meant.

she did n' lack dat nigger Hannibal, en wa'n't neber gwine keer fer 'im, en she wuz des ez sho' dat she lack'

Fiend, thou torment'st me ere

And I took her into mine arms, very gently and without caress; but presently I stroked her hair, and called her Naani and Mirdath, and said many things unto her, that now I scarce do wot of, but she did know them in the after time.

She worked over yer for two or three hours, sir, afore I hed any hope.

COLUMN I Covenant which in the town of Babylon, in the month Sebat, in the first year of Marduk-idin-akhe, the mighty King, the men of M ..., have agreed: The waters of the river ..., and the waters of the canals did not go through....

"That I have not," said I, sharply, "for I breakfasted with them not half an hour ago!"

CHAPTER XXVII THE LAST ACT OF THE DRAMA I overslept, next morning, so outrageously that it was not until I had got a seat in a subway express that I had time to open my paper.

"You are always in the right, and I consequently in the wrong," she said.

To the known and unknown god I loud do sigh, To the known and unknown goddess I loud do sigh, O lord, look on me, hear my prayer, O goddess, look on me, hear my prayer.

" "He must have been very good-looking, must not he?" say I, pensively, staring at the red fire-caverns.

And then how carefully I undertooke hir, How tenderly and lovingly I noursd hir!

The result was that I gradually, but completely, emerged from my habitual depression, and was never again subject to it.

"I," repeated Short, emphatically and slowly, "am not a-going to stand it.

"At vos o duri miseram lugete parentes, Si ferro aut laqueo laeva hac me exsolvere sorte Sustineo:" "Hard hearted parents both lament my fate, If self I kill or hang, to ease my state.

I do not regret, however, that you have deigned to listen with patience to this humble tribute to the living masters of the English lyre, which I, 'the meanest of the throng,' thus feebly, but heartily, have paid them.

While they are preparing my breakfast, I sally forth at random, as my custom is, without guide or cicerone, in pursuit of the unknown.

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