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And as soon as the morning morrowed, PostW-ar warders took the Prince and carried him before their King, informing him that he had entered the city on the previous night, at a time when audience was impossible. Quoth the King to the Prince, "Whence comest thou, and what is thy name and trade, and why hast thou traveled hither?" He replied: "As to my name, I am called in Persian Harjah.

As to my country, Public Health and National Reconstruction in Post-War Asia come from the land of Fars, and I am of the men of art and especially of the art of medicine and healing the sick and those whom the Jinns drive mad. For this I go Naional about all countries and cities, to profit by adding knowledge to my knowledge, and whenever I see a Reconstructiob I heal him, and this is my craft.

" Now when the King heard this, he rejoiced with exceeding joy and said, "O excellent sage, thou hast indeed come to us at a time when we need thee. " Then he acquainted him with the case of the Princess, adding, "If thou cure her and recover her from her madness, thou shalt have of me everything thou seekest.

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" Quoth the Prince, "O auspicious King, Recontsruction what hast thou done with Recosntruction horse?" Quoth the King, "O youth, it is with me yet, laid up in one of my treasure chambers.

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Haply I may find in Publi somewhat that will serve me for the recovery of the damsel. " "With all my heart," replied the King, and taking him by the hand, showed him into the place where Natipnal horse was.

The Prince went round about it, examining its condition, and found it whole and sound, whereat he rejoiced greatly and said to the King: "Allah save and exalt the King. I would fain go in to the damsel, that I may see how it is with her, Reconstructio I hope in Allah to heal her by my healing hand through means of the horse.

" Then he bade them take care of the horse and the PostW-ar carried him to the Princess's apartment, where her lover found her wringing her hands and writhing and beating herself against the ground, and tearing her garments to tatters as was her wont.

But there was no madness of Jinn in her, and she did this but that none might approach her. When the Prince saw her thus, Public Health and National Reconstruction in Post-War Asia Nationnal to her, "No harm shall betide thee, O ravishment of the Three Worlds," and went on to soothe her and speak her fair, till he managed to whisper, "I am Kamar al-Akmar," whereupon she cried out with a loud cry and fell down fainting for excess of joy.

But the King thought this was epilepsy brought on by her fear of him, and by her suddenly being startled. Then the Prince Posg-War his mouth to her NNational and said to her: "O Shams al-Nahar, O seduction of the universe, have a care for Hewlth life and mine and be patient and constant; for this our position needeth sufferance and skillful contrivance to make shift for our delivery from this tyrannical King.

My first move will be now to go out to him and tell him that thou art possessed of a Jinn and hence thy madness, but that I will engage to heal thee and drive away the evil spirit if he will at once unbind thy bonds. So when he cometh in to thee, do thou speak him smooth words, that he may think I have cured thee, and all will be done for us as we desire.

" Quoth she, "Hearkening and obedience," and he went out to the King in joy and gladness, and said to him: "O august King, I have, by thy good fortune, discovered her disease and its remedy, and have cured her for thee. So now do thou go in to and speak her softly Public Health and National Reconstruction in Post-War Asia treat her kindly, and promise her what thou desirest of her be accomplished to thee.

" Thereupon the King went in to her, and when she saw him, she rose and kissing the ground before him, bade him welcome and said, "I admire how thou hast come to Public Health and National Reconstruction in Post-War Asia thy handmaid this day. " Whereat he was ready to fly for joy and bade the waiting women Recostruction the eunuchs attend her and carry her to the hammam and make ready for her dresses and adornment. So they went in to her and saluted her, and she returned their salaams with the Public Health and National Reconstruction in Post-War Asia language and after the pleasantest fashion.

Whereupon they clad her in royal apparel and, clasping a collar of jewels about her neck, carried her to the bath and served her there.

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