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Page 347 - King, that we have no enemy left, as you see, to fight with, and that if you had not come, we should now be marching against the King.
Page 245 - Tils danger and disgrace, he set about planning that he might never again be in the power of his brother, but, if possible, might be king in his . stead.
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