By Sir Richard Francis Burton (Translator)
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The merchant took his eyes in his hand and said, "How long, O star of ill-omen, wilt thou afflict me? " And he bewailed himself, saying, "Striving profiteth me naught against evil fortune. " The Second Day. Of Looking to the Ends of Affairs. Whenit was the next day, the second of the king's Wazirs, whose name was Baharún, came in to him and said, "Allah advance the king! " So Azadbakht bade fetch the youth, because of the Minister's speech; and when he came into the presence, said to him, "Woe to thee, O youth!
On this wise a number of years passed, till the king died and they enthroned the youth sovran in his stead, when he sat down on the seat of his kingship and his estate flourished and his affairs prospered with all regularity. Meanwhile, his father and mother had gone round about, in quest of him and his brother, all the islands of the sea, hoping that the tide might have cast them up, but found no trace of them; so they despaired of them and took up their abode in a certain of the islands. " Therewith his father and mother consoled themselves with him and on this wise a number of years passed by.
Now the merchant their sire lay asleep in the ship, and the noisy disport of the boys troubled him; whereupon he rose to call out to them "Silence" and let the purse with the thousand dinars fall among the bales of merchandise. " Then, of the greatness of the merchant's anger, he swore an oath that, except they brought out the purse, he would drown them in the sea; so when by reason of their denial his oath demanded the deed, he took the two boys and binding them each to a bundle of reeds, cast them into the water.
1001 Arabian Nights - Supplemental Nights - Volume 11 by Sir Richard Francis Burton (Translator)