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1  The groan had proceeded from her father's poor horse Prince.
Tess of the d'Urbervilles By Thomas Hardy
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2  Prince required but slight attention, lacking energy for superfluous movements of any sort.
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3  Prince also stood firm and motionless as long as he could; till he suddenly sank down in a heap.
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4  Something seemed to quicken her to a determination; possibly the thought that she had killed Prince.
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5  By this time the mail-cart man had joined her, and began dragging and unharnessing the hot form of Prince.
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6  Meanwhile Tess was walking thoughtfully among the gooseberry-bushes in the garden, and over Prince's grave.
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7  He was harnessed to the waggon of beehives in the place of Prince, and the load taken on towards Casterbridge.
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8  The rickety little waggon was already laden, and the girl led out the horse, Prince, only a degree less rickety than the vehicle.
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9  He worked harder the next day in digging a grave for Prince in the garden than he had worked for months to grow a crop for his family.
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10  Prince lay alongside, still and stark; his eyes half open, the hole in his chest looking scarcely large enough to have let out all that had animated him.
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11  When it was discovered that the knacker and tanner would give only a very few shillings for Prince's carcase because of his decrepitude, Durbeyfield rose to the occasion.
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12  Abraham and 'Liza-Lu sobbed, Hope and Modesty discharged their griefs in loud blares which echoed from the walls; and when Prince was tumbled in they gathered round the grave.'
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13  Prince had lain there in the ditch since the morning; but the place of the blood-pool was still visible in the middle of the road, though scratched and scraped over by passing vehicles.
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14  The pointed shaft of the cart had entered the breast of the unhappy Prince like a sword, and from the wound his life's blood was spouting in a stream, and falling with a hiss into the road.
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15  All that was left of Prince was now hoisted into the waggon he had formerly hauled, and with his hoofs in the air, and his shoes shining in the setting sunlight, he retraced the eight or nine miles to Marlott.
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