By William Canton
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Very few humans understand, stated the fair tale teller, how the good King Alexander got here to the Rock of Narsinga; how the hill people, deeming their rock impregnable, made a ridicule of him; and What took place them and made their lives sour for plenty of a protracted yr afterwards.
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And so gazing he vanished from sight. " What thinkst That day thou, venerable one ? " " Surely the Lord hath care of His saints," exto stay claimed Paulus; but Bait continued. 18 Bait the Attacot " Many have fled to the forests and the mountains. me that, being so many, they should have It grieves did they not think, setting shoulder to shoulder, to make a stand for Christus ? " Here Paulus They stays his pen to answer me that take the sword, with the sword shall they fled. Why ' : And they that took no sword, say I, have also perished.
Sighing wood, Victor leading the horse, and the little man tripping between Bait and the wolf-hound, with crumpled in Bait's fingers. Now they were midst of the vast open wonder of a world of misty silver and stillness, and the lad rode on the Nubian's shoulders, and short, black shadows went a soft fist in the along the ground with them. Now the moon was sinking; a cold breath came from the east where the grey light was breaking, and Marcus lay asleep on the Nubian's arm in a fold of the cloak drawn close about them.
Such a frolic never had been before as this day in the free air and sun, going onward and still onward, 24 Bait the Attacot with new things to see every moment. And how good it was to lie on heather under a tree at noon, and then to spring up again, to run, to ride, to walk, to chatter merrily in these summer wilds They passed by upland villages and saw folk at work in the fields ; ! they splashed through shallow rivers; here and there they spoke to a herdsman with his drove of swine in the glades, or a shepherd-boy on the high pastures.