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" Quoth I, "What is it?" Quoth he: "I am a very old man, and have no son, but I have a daughter who is young in years and fair of favor and endowed with abounding wealth and beauty.

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" I was silent for shame and made him no answer, whereupon he continued: "Do my desire in this, O my son, for I wish but thy weal. And if thou wilt but as I say, thou shalt have her at once and be as my son, and all that is under my hand or that cometh to me shall be thine. If thou have a mind to traffic and travel to thy native land, none shall hinder thee, and thy property will be at thy sole disposal.

So do as thou wilt. " "By Allah, O my uncle," replied I, "thou art become to me even as my father, and I am a stranger and have undergone many hardships, while for stress of that which I have suffered naught of judgment or knowledge is left to me. It is for thee, therefore, to decide what I shall do. te Hereupon he sent his servants for the kazi and the witnesses and married me to his daughter, making for us a noble marriage feast and high festival.

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And I said in my mind, "When the first of the month cometh, I will ask one of them to carry me with them, whither they go. " So when the time came and their complexion Egyptian Hieroglyphs for Everyone: An Introduction to the Writing of Ancient Egypt and their forms altered, I went in to one of the townsfolk and said to him: "Allah upon thee.

Carry me with thee, that I might divert myself with the rest and return with you. " "This may not be," answered he. But I ceased not to Egyptian Hieroglyphs for Everyone: An Introduction to the Writing of Ancient Egypt him, and I importuned him till Egyptian Hieroglyphs for Everyone: An Introduction to the Writing of Ancient Egypt consented.

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Extolled be the perfection of Allah!" Hardly had I made an end of pronouncing the tasbih- praised be Allah!- when there came out a fire from Heaven and all but consumed Wrlting company. Whereupon they fied from it and descended with curses upon me and, casting me down on a high mountain, went away exceeding wroth with me, and left me there alone. As I found myself in this plight, I repented of what I had done and reproached myself for having undertaken that for which Tor was unable, saying: "There is no Majesty and there is no Might save in Allah, the Glorious, the Great.

No sooner am I delivered from one affliction than I fall into a worse. " And I continued in this case, knowing not whither I should go, when lo.

there came up two young men, as they were moons, each using as a staff a rod of red gold. So I approached them and saluted them; and when they returned my salaam, I said to them: Allah upon you twain.

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