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Inhaltsangabe: This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1914 edition. Excerpt: ... CHAPTER XLII THE FIGHT IN THE DOORWAY It seemed to Stoutenburg that from the back of the hut there came the sound of bustle and activity: he thought that mayhap Beresteyn had had the good idea of making the sledge ready for departure, and he called out loudly to his friend. It was a mocking voice, however, that rose in response: "Was your Magnificence perchance looking for me?" Out of the mist which still hung round the small building Diogenes' tall figure suddenly loomed before the Lord of Stoutenburg. He was standing in the doorway of the hut, with his back to it; one hand -- the right one -- was thrust inside his doublet, the left was on the hilt of his sword; his battered hat was tilted rakishly above his brow and he was regarding his approaching enemy with a look of keen amusement and of scorn. At first Stoutenburg thought that his fevered fancy was playing his eyes a weird and elusive trick, then as the reality of what he saw fully burst upon his senses he uttered a loud and hoarse cry like a savage beast that has been wounded "Plepshurk! smeerlap!" he cried fiercely. "Rogue! Villain! Menial! Varlet! and all that you care to name me, my lord 1" quoth the philosopher lightly. "and entirely at your service." "Jan!" cried Stoutenburg, "Jan! In the name of hell where are you?" "Not very far, my lord," rejoined the other. "Jan is a brave soldier but he was no match for three philosophers. even though one of them at first was trussed like a fowl. Jan stuck to his post, my lord, remember that," he added more seriously, "even when all your other followers and friends were scattered to the winds like a crowd of mice at the approach of a cat. We did not hurt Jan because he is a brave soldier, but we tied him down lest he ran to get...

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Buchbeschreibung TheClassics.us. Paperback. Buchzustand: New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 124 pages. Dimensions: 9.7in. x 7.4in. x 0.3in.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1914 edition. Excerpt: . . . CHAPTER XLII THE FIGHT IN THE DOORWAY It seemed to Stoutenburg that from the back of the hut there came the sound of bustle and activity: he thought that mayhap Beresteyn had had the good idea of making the sledge ready for departure, and he called out loudly to his friend. It was a mocking voice, however, that rose in response: Was your Magnificence perchance looking for me Out of the mist which still hung round the small building Diogenes tall figure suddenly loomed before the Lord of Stoutenburg. He was standing in the doorway of the hut, with his back to it; one hand -- the right one -- was thrust inside his doublet, the left was on the hilt of his sword; his battered hat was tilted rakishly above his brow and he was regarding his approaching enemy with a look of keen amusement and of scorn. At first Stoutenburg thought that his fevered fancy was playing his eyes a weird and elusive trick, then as the reality of what he saw fully burst upon his senses he uttered a loud and hoarse cry like a savage beast that has been wounded Plepshurk! smeerlap! he cried fiercely. Rogue! Villain! Menial! Varlet! and all that you care to name me, my lord 1 quoth the philosopher lightly. and entirely at your service. Jan! cried Stoutenburg, Jan! In the name of hell where are you Not very far, my lord, rejoined the other. Jan is a brave soldier but he was no match for three philosophers. even though one of them at first was trussed like a fowl. Jan stuck to his post, my lord, remember that, he added more seriously, even when all your other followers and friends were scattered to the winds like a crowd of mice at the approach of a cat. We did not hurt Jan because he is a brave soldier, but we tied him down lest he ran to get. . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 9781230212272

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Buchbeschreibung Theclassics.Us, United States, 2013. Paperback. Buchzustand: New. 246 x 189 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1914 edition. Excerpt: . CHAPTER XLII THE FIGHT IN THE DOORWAY It seemed to Stoutenburg that from the back of the hut there came the sound of bustle and activity: he thought that mayhap Beresteyn had had the good idea of making the sledge ready for departure, and he called out loudly to his friend. It was a mocking voice, however, that rose in response: Was your Magnificence perchance looking for me? Out of the mist which still hung round the small building Diogenes tall figure suddenly loomed before the Lord of Stoutenburg. He was standing in the doorway of the hut, with his back to it; one hand -- the right one -- was thrust inside his doublet, the left was on the hilt of his sword; his battered hat was tilted rakishly above his brow and he was regarding his approaching enemy with a look of keen amusement and of scorn. At first Stoutenburg thought that his fevered fancy was playing his eyes a weird and elusive trick, then as the reality of what he saw fully burst upon his senses he uttered a loud and hoarse cry like a savage beast that has been wounded Plepshurk! smeerlap! he cried fiercely. Rogue! Villain! Menial! Varlet! and all that you care to name me, my lord 1 quoth the philosopher lightly. and entirely at your service. Jan! cried Stoutenburg, Jan! In the name of hell where are you? Not very far, my lord, rejoined the other. Jan is a brave soldier but he was no match for three philosophers. even though one of them at first was trussed like a fowl. Jan stuck to his post, my lord, remember that, he added more seriously, even when all your other followers and friends were scattered to the winds like a crowd of mice at the approach of a cat. We did not hurt Jan because he is a brave soldier, but we tied him down lest he ran to get. Buchnummer des Verkäufers APC9781230212272

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Buchbeschreibung Theclassics.Us, United States, 2013. Paperback. Buchzustand: New. 246 x 189 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1914 edition. Excerpt: . CHAPTER XLII THE FIGHT IN THE DOORWAY It seemed to Stoutenburg that from the back of the hut there came the sound of bustle and activity: he thought that mayhap Beresteyn had had the good idea of making the sledge ready for departure, and he called out loudly to his friend. It was a mocking voice, however, that rose in response: Was your Magnificence perchance looking for me? Out of the mist which still hung round the small building Diogenes tall figure suddenly loomed before the Lord of Stoutenburg. He was standing in the doorway of the hut, with his back to it; one hand -- the right one -- was thrust inside his doublet, the left was on the hilt of his sword; his battered hat was tilted rakishly above his brow and he was regarding his approaching enemy with a look of keen amusement and of scorn. At first Stoutenburg thought that his fevered fancy was playing his eyes a weird and elusive trick, then as the reality of what he saw fully burst upon his senses he uttered a loud and hoarse cry like a savage beast that has been wounded Plepshurk! smeerlap! he cried fiercely. Rogue! Villain! Menial! Varlet! and all that you care to name me, my lord 1 quoth the philosopher lightly. and entirely at your service. Jan! cried Stoutenburg, Jan! In the name of hell where are you? Not very far, my lord, rejoined the other. Jan is a brave soldier but he was no match for three philosophers. even though one of them at first was trussed like a fowl. Jan stuck to his post, my lord, remember that, he added more seriously, even when all your other followers and friends were scattered to the winds like a crowd of mice at the approach of a cat. We did not hurt Jan because he is a brave soldier, but we tied him down lest he ran to get. Buchnummer des Verkäufers APC9781230212272

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