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" O my master, I have not patience to wait; for I am in a state of extreme hunger. "
The thousand and one nights, or, The Arabian nights entertainments ... - Page 297
by Edward William Lane, William Harvey, Owen Jones - 1847
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The thousand and one nights: commonly called, in England, The Arabian nights ...

Fiction - 1841
...them, and exclaimed, Am I in the city, and thou in it hungry ? It is a thing that I cannot endure ! Then promising him every kind of happiness, he said,...stay and partake of my salt. But my brother replied, O my master, I have not patience to wait ; for I am in a state of extreme hunger. Upon this, the master...
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The thousand and one nights, commonly called, in England, the ..., Volume 1

Arabian nights - History - 1841
...them, and exclaimed, Am I in the city, and thou in it hungry ? It is a thing that I cannot endure ! Then promising him every kind of happiness, he said,...stay and partake of my salt. But my brother replied, O my master, I have not patience to wait ; for I am in a state of extreme hunger. Upon this, the master...
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The thousand and one nights: commonly called, in England, The ..., Volume 1

Edward William Lane, Edward Stanley Poole, William Harvey - 1859
...exelaimed, Am I in the eity, and thou in it i. 3 в hungry ? It is a thing that I eannot endure ! Then promising him every kind of happiness, he said,...salt. But my brother replied, 0 my master, I have not patienee to wait ; for I am in a state of extreme hunger. Upon this, the master of the house ealled...
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The Thousand and One Nights: Commonly Called, in England, the Arabian Nights ...

Edward Stanley Poole - Fables, Arabic - 1859
...exclaimed, Am I in the city, and thou in it i. 3 u hungry ? It is a thing that I cannot endure ! Then promising him every kind of happiness, he said,...stay and partake of my salt. But my brother replied, O my master, I have not patience to wait ; for I am in a state of extreme hunger. Upon this, the master...
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The thousand and one nights, a new tr. by E.W. Lane

Arabian nights - History - 1859
...exelaimed, Am I in the eity, and thou in it i. 3 n hungry ? It is a thing that I eannot endure ! Then promising him every kind of happiness, he said, Thou must stay and partake of my salt. But my toother replied, 0 my master, I have not patienee to wait ; for I am in a state of extreme hunger....
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Swinton's reader and speaker, Book 5

1883
...be happy as heart can wish. Thou must stay and partake of my salt. Whatever I have is thine." SHAC. "0 my master! I have not patience to wait, for I am in a state of extreme hunger. I have eaten nothing this day." BARMACIDE. "What! is it true that even at this late hour thou hast...
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Bancroft's Fifth Reader

John Swett, Charles H. Allen, Josiah Royce - Readers - 1883 - 352 pages
...happy as heart can wish. Thou must stay and partake of my salt. Whatever I have is thine." 4. Shac. "O my master! I have not patience to wait, for I am in a state of extreme hunger. I have eaten nothing this day." Barm. "What, is it true that even at this late hour thou hast not broken...
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Swinton's Fifth Reader and Speaker

William Swinton - Readers - 1883 - 479 pages
...happy as heart can wish. Thou must stay and partake of my salt. Whatever I have is thine." SHAC. "O my master! I have not patience to wait, for I am in a state of extreme hunger. I have eaten nothing this day." BARMACIDE. "What! is it true that even at this late hour thou hast...
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The Improved illustrated reader, Book 5

Improved illustrated reader - 1885
...as heart can wish. Thou must stay and partake of my salt. Whatever I have is thine." Shac. " O my master, I have not patience to wait, for I am in a state of extreme hunger. I have eaten nothing this day." Barmacide " What ! is it true that even at this late hour thou...
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The Arabian Nights' Entertainments: Or, The Thousand and One Nights

Social Science - 1886 - 772 pages
...rent them, and exclaimed, Am I in the city, and thou in it hungry? It is a thing I cannot endure ! Then promising him every kind of happiness, he said,...stay and partake of my salt. But my brother replied, O my master, I have not patience to wait; for I am in a state of extreme hunger. Upon this, the master...
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