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SERVICE AND THRIFT
THE KING OF THE GOLDEN RIVER; OR, THE BLACK BROTHERS by
JOHN RUSKIN

"I'm very hungry," continued the old gentleman; "I've had nothing to eat yesterday or today. They surely couldn't miss a bit from the knuckle!"
He spoke in so very melancholy a tone that it quite melted Gluck's heart. "They promised me one slice today, sir," said he; "I can give you that, but not a bit more." "That's a good boy," said the old gentleman again.

III. THE RETURN OF HANS AND SCHWARTZ
Then Gluck warmed a plate, and sharpened a knife. "I don't care if I do get beaten for it," thought he. Just as io he had cut a large slice out of the mutton, there came a tremendous rap at the door. The old gentleman jumped off the hob, as if it had suddenly become inconveniently warm. Gluck fitted the slice into the mutton again, with desperate efforts at exactitude, and ran to open the door.
"What did you keep us waiting in the rain for?" said Schwartz, as he walked in, throwing his umbrella in Gluck's face. "Aye! what for, indeed, you little vagabond?" said Hans, administering an educational box on the ear, as he followed his brother into the kitchen.
"Bless my soul!" said Schwartz, when he opened the door.
" Amen," said the little gentleman, who had taken his cap off, and was standing in the middle of the kitchen, bowing with the utmost possible velocity.
" Who's that?" said Schwartz, catching up a rolling-pin, and turning to Gluck with a fierce frown.
" I don't know, indeed, brother," said Gluck, in great terror.
" How did he get in?" roared Schwartz.
" My dear brother," said Gluck, deprecatingly, "he was so very wet!"

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