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Thou: tú, usted, vosotros, ustedes, vos. troublous: turbulento. warnings: ADVERTENCIAS. warrant: garantía, orden, orden por escrito, certificado, autorizar, autorización. 44 The Prince and the Pauper His voice failed; an ashen pallor swept the flush from his cheeks; and the attendants eased him back upon his pillows, and hurriedly assisted him with restoratives. Presently he said sorrowfully—“Alack, how have I longed for this sweet hour! and lo, too late it cometh, and I am robbed of this so coveted chance.

Therein: en eso, adjunto. thyself: ti, tú mismo, ti mismo, tú misma, te, ti misma. tremble: temblar, temblor. trembling: temblar, temblando. 28 The Prince and the Pauper “Go? Surely, if thou desirest. ”% But why not tarry yet a little? ” The King was silent and thoughtful a while, and his face betrayed a growing distress and uneasiness. Presently he said, with something of hope in his voice—“Perchance he is but mad upon this one strain, and hath his wits unmarred as toucheth other matter. God send it may be so!

No, by the splendour of God! ” Lord Hertford said—“The King’s will is law;” and, rising, returned to his former place. Gradually the wrath faded out of the old King’s face, and he said—“Kiss me, my prince. There . . what fearest thou? ” “Thou art good to me that am unworthy, O mighty and gracious lord: that in truth I know. But—but—it grieveth me to think of him that is to die, and—” “Ah, ‘tis like thee, ‘tis like thee! I know thy heart is still the same, even though thy mind hath suffered hurt, for thou wert ever of a gentle spirit.

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