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鈥淧oor, poor Hunniades!鈥 at length exclaimed Iskander, shaking his head.鈥淵our friend, the Lord Justinian,鈥 answered Iduna. 鈥淗e could little anticipate such an abuse of his hospitality.鈥濃淎nd now,鈥 said Hunniades, 鈥渢o business. Your purpose?鈥

鈥淚 doubt it not. Are you prepared? We might, perhaps, gain a little time, if very necessary.鈥国产眼霜排行榜 鈥淗e is older, and has seen more,鈥 replied Iduna.葡京理财靠谱?鈥淭he word?鈥澠暇├聿瓶科?鈥淚 am a Grecian Prince, and a compulsory ally of the Moslemin. In a word, my purpose here is to arrange a plan by which we may effect, at the same time, your triumph, and my freedom.鈥澠暇├聿瓶科?

葡京理财靠谱?They approached a watch-fire, around which several soldiers were warming themselves.葡京理财靠谱?鈥淭he talisman already works;鈥 said the eunuch: 鈥渟he has passed a good night, and confesses to an improvement. Our purses are safe. Methinks I already count the gold. But I say, worthy Hakim, come hither, come hither,鈥 and Kaflis looked around to be sure that no one was within hearing, 鈥淚 say,鈥 and here he put on a very mysterious air indeed, 鈥渢he prince is generous; you understand? We go shares. We shall not quarrel. I never yet repented patronizing a man of science, and I am sure I never shall. The prince, you see, is violent, but generous. I would not cure her too soon, eh?鈥漄uitting this chamber, the eunuch and his companions ascended a lofty staircase. They halted at length before a door. 鈥淭his is the chamber of the tower,鈥 said their guide, 鈥渁nd here we shall find the fair captive.鈥 He knocked, the door was opened by a female slave, and Iskander and Nic?|us, with an anxiety they could with difficulty conceal, were ushered into a small but sumptuous apartment. In the extremity was a recess covered with a light gauzy curtain. The eunuch bidding them keep in the background, advanced, and cautiously withdrawing the curtain slightly aside, addressed some words in a low voice to the inmate of the recess. In a few minutes the eunuch beckoned to Iskander to advance, and whispered to him: 鈥淪he would not at first see you, but I have told her you are a Christian, the more the pity, and she consents.鈥 So saying, he withdrew the curtain, and exhibited a veiled female figure lying on a couch.葡京理财靠谱?

鈥淚nfamous, infernal traitor,鈥 exclaimed Mahomed, 鈥渄ost thou, indeed, imagine that I will sully my imperial blade with the blood of my run-away slave! No I came here to secure thy punishment, but I cannot condescend to become thy punisher. Advance, guards, and seize him! Seize them both!鈥濃淵ou know the fountain of Kallista in Epirus. Its virtues are renowned.鈥澠暇├聿瓶科?鈥淚 trust that Iduna will never express her gratitude to Nic?|us,鈥 answered the prince; 鈥渋t is not, I assure you, a favourite word with him.鈥澠暇├聿瓶科?

While the unhappy lover of the daughter of Hunniades breathed his last words to the solitary elements, his more fortunate friend received, in the centre of his scene of triumph, the glorious congratulations of his emancipated country. The discomfiture of the Turks was complete, and this overthrow, coupled with their recent defeat in Bulgaria, secured Christendom from their assaults during the remainder of the reign of Amurath the Second. Surrounded by his princely allies, and the chieftains of Epirus, the victorious standards of Christendom, and the triumphant trophies of the Moslemin, Iskander received from the great Hunniades the hand of his beautiful daughter. 鈥淭hanks to these brave warriors,鈥 said the hero, 鈥淚 can now offer to your daughter a safe, an honourable, and a Christian home.鈥澠暇├聿瓶科?鈥淪o, so, please your Highness,鈥 replied Christo. 鈥淎 man with seven daughters has got trouble for every day in the week.鈥澠暇├聿瓶科?鈥淚 think I may now congratulate you on your safety,鈥 said the Prince. 鈥淭his unfrequented pass will lead us in two days to Epirus, nor do I indeed now fear pursuit.鈥

鈥淚ndeed!鈥 said Iduna, in an agitated tone.百饰珠宝 鈥淚t is indeed sweet, holy father,鈥 said Iduna; 鈥渂ut the captive, who has escaped from captivity, can alone feel all its sweetness.鈥澠暇├聿瓶科?Nic?|us placed the weeping Iduna in her saddle, and after leading her horse over the narrow and broken bridge, mounted his own, and then they ascended together the hilly and winding track. Iskander watched them as they went. Often Iduna waved her kerchief to her forlorn champion. In the meantime Iskander tore off his Armenian robes and flung them into the river, tried his footing on the position he had taken up, stretched his limbs, examined his daggers, flourished his scimitar.葡京理财靠谱?鈥淚f they retreat we must assuredly attack them,鈥 observed Iskander, musingly. 鈥淚 have a persuasion that Hunniades and myself will soon meet.鈥

葡京理财靠谱?鈥淚 have, indeed, the misfortune to be Iskander, beloved lady,鈥 he replied. 鈥淭his is, indeed, a case almost of desperation, but if I have to endure more than most men, I have, to inspire me, influences which fall to the lot of few, yourself and Epirus. Come! Nic?|us, there is but one chance, we must gain the bridge.鈥 Thus speaking, Iskander caught Iduna in his arms, and remounting his steed, and followed by the Prince of Athens, hurried towards the river.鈥淗oly Virgin!鈥 exclaimed Iskander. 鈥淲ho can this villain be?鈥濃淣ot a word, Christo!鈥 replied the prince. 鈥淭o be brief, I have crossed the mountains from Roumelia, and have only within this hour recognised the spot whither I have chanced to arrive. I have a companion with me. I would not be known. You comprehend? Affairs of state. I take it for granted that there are none here who will recognise me, after three years鈥 absence, in this dress.鈥

鈥淭he Holy Virgin befriend us!鈥 said the Lady Iduna. 鈥淚 ca urge my poor horse no more.鈥澠暇├聿瓶科?The winding pass, which for some singular reason he now pursued in solitude, instead of returning to the busy camp for aid and assistance, conducted the knight to a small green valley, covered with sweet herbs, and entirely surrounded by hanging woods. In the centre rose the ruins of a Doric fane: three or four columns, grey and majestic. All was still and silent, save that in the clear blue sky an eagle flew, high in the air, but whirling round the temple.葡京理财靠谱?鈥淎 rumour, a rumour,鈥 replied Karam. 鈥淗e is at Adrianople, think you?鈥澠暇├聿瓶科?


鈥淗ow know I that at this moment he may not be at the point of death,鈥 replied Iduna. 鈥淲hen I am absent from those I love, I dream only of their unhappiness.鈥漈hereupon the Lady Iduna recounted to her father and Iskander, sitting between them on the margin of the fount, all that had occurred to her, since herself and Nic?|us parted with Iskander; nor did she omit to relate to Hunniades all the devotion of Iskander, respecting which, like a truly brave man, he had himself been silent. The great Hunniades scarcely knew which rather to do, to lavish his affection on his beloved child, or his gratitude upon Iskander. Thus they went on conversing for some time, Iskander placing his own cloak around Iduna, and almost unconsciously winding his arm around her unresisting form.


鈥淎las! Iduna, yesterday you were my muse. I do not wonder you are wearied of this castle!鈥 continued the prince in a melancholy tone. 鈥淭his spot contains nothing to interest you; but for me, it holds all that is dear, and, O! gentle maiden, one smile from you, one smile of inspiration, and I would not envy Themistocles, and might perhaps rival him.鈥滱 flourish of trumpets announced the return of the Lady Iduna and the Prince of Athens, magnificently attired, came forward with a smile, and led her, with a compliment on her resuming the dress of her sex, if not of her country, to the banquet. Iduna was not uninfluenced by that excitement which is insensibly produced by a sudden change of scene and circumstances, and especially by an unexpected transition from hardship, peril, and suffering, to luxury, security, and enjoyment. Their spirits were elevated and gay: she smiled upon Nic?|us with a cheerful sympathy. They feasted, they listened to sweet music, they talked over their late adventures, and, animated by their own enjoyment, they became more sanguine as to the fate of Iskander.


Iskander hesitated.Iskander bowed lowly as the officer disappeared.


The night before the arrival of Iduna at the famous fountain, the Christian army had taken up its position within a few miles of the Turks. The turbaned warriors wished to delay the engagement until the new moon, the eve of which was at hand. And it happened on that said eve that Iskander calling to mind his contract with the Turkish prince made in the gardens of the Seraglio at Adrianople, and believing from the superstitious character of Mahomed that he would not fail to be at the appointed spot, resolved, as we have seen, to repair to the fountain of Kallista.Iduna clung to her father; Iskander stood with his eyes fixed upon the ground, but Hunniades, stern and terrible, disembarrassing himself of the grasp of his daughter, advanced and laid his hand upon the stranger.


鈥淢ove on,鈥 said the physician, 鈥渁nd let me observe these horsemen alone. I would there were some forest at hand. In two hours we may gain the mountains.鈥濃淚 never offered an opinion till I was sixty,鈥 said the old Turk; 鈥渁nd then it was one which had been in our family for a century.鈥