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'TIS SIXTY YEARS SINCE.

under which King, Bezonian? Speak, or die!

Henry IV. Part II

IN TWO VOLUMES.

VOL, II,

Philadelphia:
J. CRISSY, 177 CHESNUT STREET

WAVERLEY,

OR

'TIS SIXTY YEARS SINCE.

CHAPTER 1.

The Journey is continued.

BEFORE Waverley awakened from his repose, the day was far advanced, and he began to feel that he had past many hours without food. This was soon supplied in form of a copious breakfast; but Colonel Stuart, as if wishing to avoid the queries of his guest, did not again present himself. His compliments were however, delivered by a servant, with an offer to provide any thing in his power that could be useful to Captain Waverley on his journey, which he intimated would be continued that evening. To Waverley's further inquiries, the servant opposed the impenetrable barrier of real or affected ignorance and stupidity. He removed the table and provisions, and Waverley was again consigned to his own medita. tions,

As he contemplated the strangeness of his fortune, which seemed to delight in placing him at the disposal of others, without the power of directing his own motions, Edward's eye suddenly rested upun his pormanteau, which had been deposited in his apartment

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