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The Fugitives

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The Fugitives
R M Robert Michael Ballantyne
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You cannotfail to know it. " "Go, foolish boy. You are too confident. I will not tolerateEuropeans. These men shall be arrested. Hence, and send hither anofficer. " Finding that the Queen was not in a temper to be trifled with, Rakotawisely made no reply, but bowed and went his way. In delivering themessage to the officer, however, he whispered such words to him assecured a little delay in the execution of the royal commands.
CHAPTER FOURTEEN.
THE PRIME MINISTER LAYS DEEP PLANS--SO DOES HIS NEP
...HEW--THE GREATMARKET-PLACE--A FRIEND IN DEADLY PERIL, AND OUR THREE HEROES COME TOGRIEF.
Returning to his own quarters in the palace, and chafing to find thatsome one had informed the Queen about his son's defection, Rainiharoencountered a favourite nephew, named Soa, who had also, unknown to hisuncle, given up idolatry, and, like Prince Ramonja, been led to embracethe Gospel through the instrumentality of Prince Rakota.
"Well met, Soa, " said the premier, "I have a proclamation to make whichwill bring sorrow to the hearts of some of these hated Christians.


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