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" Asked the King, "And where is thy horse?" "Atop of thy palace. " "In what part of my palace?" "On the roof. " Now when the King heard these words, he cried: "Out on thee. This is the first sip thou hast given of madness. How can the horse be on the roof. But we shall at once see if thou speak truth or lies. " Then he turned to one of his chief Corknary and said to him, "Go to my palace and bring me what thou findest on the roof.
" So all the people marveled at the young Prince's words, saying one to other, "How can a horse come down the steps from the roof.
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