The Mad King

By Edgar Rice Burroughs

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6 5 whom, appeared whom appeared
142 5 1 once side one side
143 4 8 knew drew
158 4 5 presumptious presumptuous
182 5 3 jeweler's shot jeweler's shop
189 8 2 ingrate?" ingrate?
193 5 3 oil panting oil painting
200 7 1 soldiers soldier
211 2 1 men and woman men and women
212 3 5 instruments instrument
217 4 1 The cheered They cheered
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