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Follow me, Sancho, for the cart goes slowly, and with the mules of it I will make good the loss of Dapple.
For all that," said Don Quixote, "it will be well to visit the discourtesy of that devil upon some of those in the cart, even if it were the emperor himself.
To the left, carts were rumbling over the meadow that had been already cleared, and one after another the haycocks vanished, flung up in huge forkfuls, and in their place there were rising heavy cartloads of fragrant hay hanging over the horses' hind-quarters.
Two young fellows in the cart were just getting whips ready to help Mikolka.
Give us a song, mates," shouted someone in the cart and everyone in the cart joined in a riotous song, jingling a tambourine and whistling.
Then followed a cart unlike any that had gone before.
Each time Prince Nesvitski tried to move on, soldiers and carts pushed him back again and pressed him against the railings, and all he could do was to smile.
Dinah did not know that the crowd was silent, gazing at her with a sort of awe--she did not even know how near they were to the fatal spot, when the cart stopped, and she shrank appalled at a loud shout hideous to her ear, like a vast yell of demons.
Whilst he slept, there came by a carter with a cart drawn by three horses, and loaded with two casks of wine.
And he leaped down forthwith from the cart, and handed Robin the reins in exchange for the purse.
So saying he donned the butcher's blouse and apron, and, climbing into the cart, drove merrily down the road to the town.
And, in a glow of conscious virtue, I stood watching the unloading of the cart, still holding the Magic Watch open in my hand, as I was curious to see what would happen when we again reached the exact time at which I had put back the hand.