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The Harvard Classics.  1909–14.
 
The Room of the Equerries
 
 
  “I beheld another trio. Three cropt heads of hair on them, three frocks they wore, and three mantles wrapt around them. A whip in the hand of each.”  1
  “I know those,” quoth Fer rogain. “Echdruim, Echriud, Echrúathar, the three horsemen of the king, that is, his three equerries. Three brothers are they, three sons of Argatron. Woe to him who shall wreak the Destruction, were it only because of that trio.”  2
 

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