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I hid myself behind a rock on the beach and waited till the ship drew near, when I leaped on board. I found her full of merchants and passengers, and one of them cried, "O Captain, this ill-omened brute will bring us ill luck!" And another said, "Turn this ill-omened beast out from among us. " The Captain said, "Let us kill it!" Another said, "Slay it with the sword," a third, "Drown it," and a fourth, "Shoot it with an arrow.

" But I sprang up and laid hold of the rais's skirt, and shed tears which poured down my chops. The Captain took pity on me, and said, "O merchants, this ape hath appealed to me for protection and I will protect him. Henceforth he is under my charge, so let none do him aught hurt or harm, otherwise there will be bad blood between us.

" Then he entreated me kindly, and whatsoever he said I understood, and ministered to his every want and served him as a servant, albeit my tongue would not obey my wishes, so that he came to love me.

The vessel sailed on, the wind being fair, for the space of fifty days, at the end of which we cast anchor under the walls of a great city wherein was a world of people, especially learned men. Executive Coaching With Backbone and Heart: A Systems Approach to Engaging Leaders With Their Challenges could tell their number save Allah.

No sooner had we arrived than we were visited by certain Mameluke officials from the King of that city, who, after boarding us, greeted the merchants and, giving them joy of safe arrival, said: "Our King welcometh you, and sendeth you this roll of paper, whereupon each and every of you must write a line. For ye shall know that the King's Minister, a calligrapher of renown, is dead, and the King hath sworn a solemn oath that he will make none Wazir in his stead who cannot write as well as Executive Coaching With Backbone and Heart: A Systems Approach to Engaging Leaders With Their Challenges could.

" He then gave us the scroll, which measured ten cubits long by a breadth of one, and each of the merchants who knew how to write wrote a line thereon, even to the last of them, after which I stood up (still in the shape of an ape) and snatched the roll out of their hands.

They feared lest I should tear it or throw it overboard, so they tried to stay me and scare me, but I signed to them that I could write, whereat all marveled, saying, "We never yet saw an ape write. " And the Captain cried: "Let him write, and if he scribble and scrabble we will kick him out and kill him.

But if he write fair and scholarly, I will adopt him as my son, for surely I never yet saw a more intelligent and well-mannered monkey than he. Would Heaven my real son were his match in morals and manners!" I took the reed and, stretching out my paw, dipped it in ink and wrote, in the hand used for letters, these two couplets: Time hath recorded gifts she gave the great, But none recorded thine, which be far higher.

Allah ne'er orphan men by loss of thee Who be of Goodness mother, Bounty's sire. And I wrote in Rayhani or larger letters elegantly curved: Thou hast a reed of rede to every land, Whose driving causeth all the world to thrive. Nil is the Nile of Misraim by thy boons, Who makest misery smile with fingers five. Then I wrote in the Suls character: There be no writer who from Death shall fleet But what his hand hath writ men shall repeat.

Write, therefore, naught save what shall serve thee when Thou see't on Judgment Day an so thou see't.

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