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ortance to him which he
could not disclose for
the eyes in his head.
"Nay, nay," said the ba
rber, "if you don't tel
l us where he is, Sanch
o Panza, we will suspec
t as we suspect already
, that you have murdere
d and robbed him, for h
ere you are mounted on
his horse; in fact, you
must produce the maste
r of the hack, or else
take the consequences."
"There is no need of t
hreats with me," said S
ancho, "for I am not a
man to rob or murder an
ybody; let his own fate
, or God who made him,
kill each one; my maste
r is engaged very much
The History of Don Quixote, Volume 1, Part 09 by Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel de, 1547-1616