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" Nevertheless, he did not speak the full feelings of his heart. "I know not, Myles," said Gascoyne, shaking his head doubtfully. "Walter Blunt is a parlous evil-minded knave, and methinks will do whatever evil he promiseth." "I fear him not," said Myles again; but his heart foreboded trouble. The coming of the head squire made a very great change in the condition of affairs. Even before that coming the bachelors had somewhat recovered from their demoralization, and now again they began to pluck up their confidence and to order the younger squires and pages upon this personal service or upon that. "See ye not," said Myles one day, when the Knights of the Rose were gathered in the Brutus Tower–"see ye not that they grow as bad as ever? An we put not a stop to this overmastery now, it will never stop. oakley fuel cell
" "Best let it be, Myles," said Wilkes. "They will kill thee an thou cease not troubling them. Thou hast bred mischief enow for thyself already." "No matter for that," said Myles; "it is not to be borne that they order others of us about as they do. I mean to speak to them to-night, and tell them it shall not be." He was as good as his word. That night, as the youngsters were shouting and romping and skylarking, as they always did before turning in, he stood upon his cot and shouted: "Silence! List to me a little!" And then, in the hush that followed– "I want those bachelors to hear this: that we squires serve them no longer, and if they would ha’ some to wait upon them, they must get them otherwheres than here. sun glasses There be twenty of us to stand against them and haply more, and we mean that they shall ha’ service of us no more." Then he jumped down again from his elevated stand, and an uproar of confusion instantly filled the place. What was the effect of his words upon the bachelors he could not see. What was the result he was not slow in discovering. The next day Myles and Gascoyne were throwing their daggers for a wager at a wooden target against the wall back of the armorer’s smithy. Wilkes, Gosse, and one or two others of the squires were sitting on a bench looking on, and now and then applauding a more than usually well-aimed cast of the knife. Suddenly that impish little page spoken of before, Robin Ingoldsby, thrust his shock head around the corner of the smithy, and said: "Ho, Falworth! Blunt is going to serve thee out to-day, and I myself heard him say so. oakley sunglasses
He says he is going to slit thine ears." And then he was gone as suddenly as he had appeared. Myles darted after him, caught him midway in the quadrangle, and brought him back by the scuff of the neck, squalling and struggling. "There!" said he, still panting from the chase and seating the boy by no means gently upon the bench beside Wilkes. "Sit thou there, thou imp of evil! And now tell me what thou didst mean by thy words anon–an thou stop not thine outcry, I will cut thy throat for thee," and he made a ferocious gesture with his dagger. It was by no means easy to worm the story from the mischievous little monkey; he knew Myles too well to be in the least afraid of his threats. But at last, by dint of bribing and coaxing, Myles and his friends managed to get at the facts.

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