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CHAPTER XVII - Fourth Hymn and the Bishop

it is said - I don't believe it - that they drank oaths in blood to have my life and yours. But I think the oaths of the Catholic Dames would frighten me more. Why, if a man stops to unfasten his trousers to make water, the Knights of Cortes run for their lives, thinking the pistol is pointed at them. Don't think about them, man! Don't try to conciliate them. They will only puff up and become insolent, thinking you are afraid of them. Six soldiers will trample down all that dirt,' said the General.
It was the city, and the spirit of the city.
Cipriano had a suite in the big Palace on the Plaza de Armas.
`If I marry,' he said, as they passed into the stone patio, where soldiers stood at attention, `I shall take a house in the colony, to be more private.'
Cipriano in town was amusing. He seemed to exude pride and arrogant authority as he walked about. But his black eyes, glancing above his fine nose and that little goat beard, were not to be laughed at. They seemed to get everything, in the stab of a glance. A demoniacal little fellow.

CHAPTER XVIII - Auto da Fe

RAMON saw Carlota and his boys in the city, but it was a rather fruitless meeting. The elder boy was just uncomfortable in the presence of his father, but the younger Cyprian, who was delicate and very intelligent, had a rather lofty air of displeasure with his parent.
`Do you know what they sing, papa?' he said.
`Not all the things they sing,' said Ramon.
`They sing -' the boy hesitated. Then, in his clear young voice, he piped up, to the tune of La Cucaracha:

Don Ramon don't drink, don't smoke.
Dona Carlota wished he would.
He's going to wear the sky-blue cloak
hat he's stolen from the Mother of God.'

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