Anon quoth the old mother to the merchant, "Hast thou seen her? Upon the scaffold he turned to the crowd and cried, "I die as I have lived, truthful and faithful to my God and my King. O dear my son, rather pour out thy wine upon the tombs of the pious than drain it with those who give offence by their insolence. Now after a few days Sankharib the King looked upon Haykar and saw how that he had waxed an old old man, so quoth he to him, "Ho thou excellent companion,[FN 16] the generous, the ingenious, the judicious, the sagacious, the Sage, my Secretary and my Minister and the Concealer of my secrets and the Councillor of my kingdom, seeing how so it be that thou art aged and well shotten in years and nigh unto thy death and decease, so tell me[FN 17] who shall stand in my service after thy demise? O dear my son, company with one who hath his hand fulfilled and well-furnisht and associate not with any whose hand is fist-like and famisht. Then quoth she, "From this house I will ask a drink for thee.
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Also I have in my prison a slave which meriteth doom of death:[FN 47] so bring him forth and robe him in my robes; then bid the varlets they being drunken with wine do him die, nor shall they know whom they have slain.
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Wherefor he bowed his brow groundwards and held his peace.
O dear my son, whenas thou affectest a friend or a familiar, make trial of him and then company with him, and without such test nor praise him nor divulge thy thoughts unto one who is other than wise. Woe be to us for thee and for thy experience! So he wondered thereat, and presently pulling a dinar from his breast-pocket he handed it to Ja'afar and said, "Bestow it upon yonder woman.
O dear my son, wherewith shall I bespeak thee beyond this my speech?
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O dear my son, there be four things without stability: a king and no army,[FN 28] a Wazir in difficulty for lack of rede; amongst the folks villainy and over the lieges tyranny.
He replied, "I have no power thereto and--good day to both of you;" and he made for the door, but the Caliph forewent him to the street and standing in a corner suffered him to pass and gang his gait.
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In Paris, Dom Chavis forgathered with M. Cazotte, a littérateur of the category "light," an ingénieux écrivain, Le médécin et le jeune traiteur de Bagdad 4. this rumour in Paris, to inspire the people to defy the provisioning that is already in place to [sp?], traiteur, ont entendu un particulier vendre des journaux qui criait dans la rue la vente du “Note old Marquis Cazotte: he is doomed to die.
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But he may also command the storm-wind to arise and downpours to deluge when Naysan would be as one who beateth the bough[FN 69] and who scattereth abroad the blooms of the chamomile. Also I have in my prison a slave which meriteth doom of death:[FN 47] so bring him forth and robe him in my robes; then bid the varlets they being drunken with wine do him die, nor shall they know whom they have slain.
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Mission, and he passed some years of a pleasant and not unintellectual career.
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An thou vanquish me and my hand fall short and I fail to answer thee, then shall my liege lord send thee the tax-tribute whereof thou speakest; but if I bring thee all thou needest, then shalt thou forward to my lord the tax-tribute thou hast mentioned and of him demanded.
O dear my son, let no word escape thy lips without consulting thy heart; nor stand up between two adversaries, for out of converse with the wicked cometh enmity, and from enmity is bred battle, and from battle ariseth slaughter, when thy testimony shall be required; nay, do thou fly therefrom and be at rest.
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So his lord mourned for his plight and, rising up in honour, kissed him and embraced him and wept over him saying, "Alhamdolillah--laud to the Lord--who hath restored thee to me on life after death!
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When this was done he despatched the same Eunuch to Kisra's daughter with the message, "This night the Commander of the Faithful proposeth to visit thee, the year of his oath having expired, and he sendeth to thee saying, 'What is it thy heart coveteth that he may forward it to thee?
Hereat she feared to touch it and replaced it saying, "'Twill be known that I carried off one of them. Ellis considers these tales as good as the old "Arabian Nights," and my friend Mr.
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So taking up the charger he fared with it to the market-place and gave it for sale to a broker, and the man began crying, "Who will buy this charger with whatso is thereon? And when he saw them perfect in this process, he taught the lads to utter loud shouts what while they reached the full length of the cords and to cry out, "Send us stones and mud[FN 61] and slaked lime that we may build a bower for King Pharaoh, inasmuch as we now stand here all the day idle!
I will edify it for thee e'en as thou wishest and thou choosest; but do thou get ready for me gypsum lime and ashlar- stone and brick-clay and handicraftsmen, while I also bring architects and master masons and they shall erect for thee whatso thou requirest. And now remaineth to us only one need of thee; to wit, that thou build us a bower between firmament and terra firma.
But he wrote mainly for his own pleasure, he never sought fame, and consequently his reputation never equalled his merit. O dear my son, hanker not after a woman adulterated by art, such as clothes and cosmetics, who is of nature bold and immodest, and beware lest thou obey her and give her aught that is not thine and entrust to her even that which is in thy hand, for she will robe kalabagh punjab in sin and Allah shall become wroth with thee.