en-es  Smith - Chapter 2.
Smith miró arduamente al documento.
Miró cada palabra en cada línea.
Trató por muchas horas, pero simplemente no podía leer una palabra.
"Necesito ayuda", pensó.
"Tendré que preguntar a mis amigos.
Ellos serán capaces de leerlo". Pero Smith sabía que no tenía amigos honestos.
¡Sus amigos eran carteristas también!
"Cortaré el documento", pensó entonces.
"Cortaré cada línea y daré los trozos a diferentes lectores". No era una buena idea.
"Los trozos de papel serán demasiado pequeños para acordarse", pensó.
Se hizo de noche mientras Smith estaba todavía pensando.
Sus ojos, cabeza y corazón estaban cansados.
Metió el documento de nuevo dentro de su abrigo y se fue a casa.
La taberna del León Rojo tenía una habitación sucia y un sótano.
La habitación estaba llena del olor a bebida –y el olor a criminales.
Todo tipo de criminales pasaban frecuentemente por allí.
Smith vivía en el sótano con sus hermanas, la Srta. Bridget y la Srta. Fanny.
Smith entró por la puerta.
El propietario de la taberna lo miró y se rió.
"¿Todavía no te han colgado?"
preguntó.
Smith aún estaba pensando en el documento y no respondió.
"Te he hecho una pregunta, Smith", dijo el propietario.
"¡De verdad!"
Smith dijo: "Creí haber oído un caballo fuera". Dos o tres hombres se rieron y Smith corrió hacia las escaleras.
Pero no fue lo suficientemente rápido.
Sintió la pesada mano del propietario sobre su oreja.
En el sótano, las hermanas de Smith estaban modificando el traje de un criminal muerto.
Ese era su trabajo habitual.
Los hombres del rey ahorcaban a muchos criminales en Londres.
Pero su ropa todavía era lo bastante buena para usarla.
La señorita Bridget estaba modificando un abrigo marrón.
"No le hables así al propietario", le dijo a Smith.
"Se enojará si lo haces". "¡Pobre pequeño Smut!".
dijo la señorita Fanny.
(Sus hermanas solían decirle Smut). "Siempre está en problemas". Smith abrió el documento y lo puso sobre la mesa.
"Le quité esto a un anciano", dijo.
"Luego, llegaron dos hombres y lo mataron". Las chicas miraron el documento pero no sabían leerlo.
"¿Qué es?"
preguntó la señorita Fanny.
"No sé", respondió Smith.
"Pero los asesinos lo estaban buscando.
Un hombre cojo también se encontraba allí y tenía muchas ganas de tenerlo". Smith todavía le tenía miedo al hombre cojo con su voz suave.
"Es una especie de informe", dijo la señorita Bridget.
"Mira aquí". Señaló una palabra.
"Mira esa palabra.
Parece un caballo con un carruaje, ¿no es cierto?
Esa es la palabra 'informe'.
Estoy bastante segura.
Conozco esa palabra muy bien". Smith no estaba seguro.
"Entonces, ¿por qué lo mataron?"
preguntó.
"¿Y por qué se enojó mucho el hombre cojo?"
"Motivos", dijo la señorita Bridget.
"Tenían motivos". Volvió a recoger el abrigo marrón, "Bridget tiene razón", dijo la señorita Fanny.
"Es un informe, Smut". Ella también señaló el papel.
"Mira esa cosa que parece un pez.
Yo sé que es la palabra 'criminal'.
La he visto muchas veces. Sí, Smut, este documento es un informe penal, y tiene un gran valor.
Esos hombres estaban listos para matar a un hombre por eso.
¿Y así estarán preparados a pagar por eso, no?
¡Buen chico, Smut!"
"¿Quién pagará por eso?''
preguntó Smith.
"Lo descubriremos", dijo la Srta. Fanny.
"Lo haremos leer". Smith recordó a su mejor amigo, Lord Tom, el salteador de caminos.
"Lord Tom sabe leer", dijo.
"¿Lord Tom?
¡Sí, por supuesto!"
Dijo la señorita Fanny.
Su rostro estaba bastante rojo, y una luz repentina apareció en su ojo.
La señorita Fanny tenía solo diecinueve años, y el nombre del salteador de caminos era música para sus oídos.
"¡Ese criminal!"
Dijo la señorita Bridget.
"¡No!
No es lo suficientemente honesto.
Se quedará con el dinero". "Entonces, ¿a quién podemos preguntar?"
Dijo Smith.
Hablaron durante dos horas, pero no pudieron responder la pregunta.
Y al final, se fueron a la cama.
Desde su cama Smith podía ver el traje del hombre muerto.
Estaba colgado de la pared y le trajo malos pensamientos.
"Estaba colgado en Newgate Gaol hace tres días", pensó.
"¡Y había un hombre dentro de él entonces!
Pero las niñas lo han modificado y ahora es de otro tamaño.
¡Espero que no vuelva por él!"
El documento estaba todavía en la mesa por la mañana.
Smith se levantó temprano.
Cogió el documento y fue silenciosamente a las escaleras.
Pero las niñas estaban despiertas y lo oyeron.
"¿A dónde vas, Smut, cariño?"
Lo llamó la Srta. Fanny,
"A Newgate Gaol", dijo Smith.
"¿A Newgate Gaol?
No lleves el documento contigo". "¿Por qué no?".
"Tal vez te maten esos hombres y se lo lleven.
Ya han matado a un hombre por él, ¿no?
No tendrán miedo de un niño". "Ellos no saben que yo lo tengo", dijo Smith.
"No me vieron". "¡No puedes estar seguro, Smut!".
Dijo la Srta. Fanny.
"Lo cuidaré para ti". "No". "¿Vas a mostrárselo a Lord Tom?".
"Tal vez", dijo Smith.
"No sé todavía". "Se va a Newgate Gaol", dijo la Srta. Fanny a su hermana.
¿Verdad?"
Entonces la Srta. Bridget gritó: "Pregunta por el Sr. Jones, el verdugo, Smut.
Debe pagarnos algún dinero por el trabajo en este traje". Las niñas habían modificado el traje para el verdugo.
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Smith looked hard at the document.
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He looked at every word in every line.
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He tried for many hours, but he just couldn't read a word.
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"I need some help," he thought.
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"I'll have to ask my friends.
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They'll be able to read it.” But Smith knew that he didn't have any honest friends.
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His friends were pickpockets too!
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"I'll cut the document," he thought then.
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"I'll cut every line and give the pieces to different readers.” That idea wasn't a good one.
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"The pieces of paper will be too small to remember," he thought.
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Evening came while Smith was still thinking.
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His eyes, head and heart were tired.
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He put the document back inside his coat and went home.
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The Red Lion Tavern had one dirty room and a cellar.
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The room was full of the smell of drink—and the smell of criminals.
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Every kind of criminal was usually there.
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Smith lived in the cellar with his sisters, Miss Bridget and Miss Fanny.
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Smith walked in through the doorway.
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The landlord of the tavern looked at him and laughed.
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"Haven't they hanged you yet?"
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he asked.
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Smith was still thinking of the document and didn't answer.
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"I asked you a question, Smith," the landlord said.
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"Did you really!"
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But he wasn't quick enough.
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He felt the landlord's heavy hand across his ear.
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In the cellar Smith's sisters were altering a dead criminal's suit.
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That was their usual work.
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The king's men hanged a lot of criminals in London.
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But their clothes were still good enough to wear.
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Miss Bridget was altering a brown coat.
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"Don't talk to the landlord like that," she said to Smith.
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"He'll be angry if you do.” "Poor little Smut!"
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Miss Fanny said.
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(His sisters usually called him Smut.)
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"He's always in trouble.” Smith opened the document and laid it on the table.
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"I took this thing from an old gentleman," he said.
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"Then two men came and killed him.” The girls looked at the document but couldn't read it.
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"What is it?"
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Miss Fanny asked.
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"I don't know," Smith replied.
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"But the killers were looking for it.
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"It's a kind of report," Miss Bridget said.
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"Look there.” She pointed at a word.
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"Look at that word.
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It's just like a horse and carriage, isn't it?
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That's the word 'report'.
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I'm quite certain.
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I know the word very well.” Smith wasn't certain.
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"So why did they kill him?"
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he asked.
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"And why did the lame man get very angry?"
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"Reasons," Miss Bridget said.
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"They had reasons.” She picked up the brown coat again, "Bridget is right," Miss Fanny said.
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"It's a report, Smut.” She pointed at the paper, too.
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"Look at that thing like a fish.
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I know that it's the word 'criminal'.
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I've seen it many times, Yes, Smut, this document is a criminal report, and it has great value.
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Those men were ready to kill a man for it.
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And so they'll be ready to pay for it, won't they?
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Good boy, Smut!"
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"But who will pay for it?"
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Smith asked.
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"We'll find out," Miss Fanny said.
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"We'll have it read.” Smith remembered his best friend, Lord Tom the highwayman.
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"Lord Tom can read," he said.
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"Lord Tom?
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Yes, of course!"
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Miss Fanny said.
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Her face was rather red, and a sudden light came to her eye.
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Miss Fanny was just nineteen, and the highwayman's name was music in her ears.
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"That criminal!"
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Miss Bridget said.
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"No!
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He isn't honest enough.
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He'll keep the money himself.” "So who can we ask?"
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Smith said.
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They talked for two hours, but they could not answer the question.
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And at last, they went to bed.
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From his bed Smith could see the dead man's suit.
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It was hanging on the wall, and it gave him some bad thoughts.
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"It was hanging in Newgate Gaol three days ago," he thought.
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"And there was a man inside it then!
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But the girls have altered it, and it's a different size now.
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I hope that he won't come back for it!"
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The document was still on the table in the morning.
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Smith got up early.
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He took the document and went quietly to the stairs.
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But the girls were awake and heard him.
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"Where are you going, Smut dear?"
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Miss Fanny called.
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"Newgate Gaol," Smith said.
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"Newgate Gaol?
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Don't take the document with You.” "Why not?"
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"Perhaps those men will kill you and take it.
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They've already killed a man for it, haven't they?
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They won't be afraid of a boy.” "They don't know that I've got it," Smith said.
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"They didn't see me.” "You can't be certain, Smut!"
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Miss Fanny said.
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"I'll look after it for you.” "No.” "Are you going to show it to Lord Tom?"
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"Perhaps," Smith said.
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"I don't know yet.” "He's going to Newgate Gaol," Miss Fanny said to her sister.
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Is he?"
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Miss Bridget then called out: "Ask for Mr Jones, the hangman, Smut.
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Smith looked hard at the document.
He looked at every word in every line.
He tried for many hours, but he just couldn't read a word.
"I need some help," he thought.
"I'll have to ask my friends.
They'll be able to read it.”
But Smith knew that he didn't have any honest friends.
His friends were pickpockets too!
"I'll cut the document," he thought then.
"I'll cut every line and give the pieces to different readers.”
That idea wasn't a good one.
"The pieces of paper will be too small to remember," he thought.
Evening came while Smith was still thinking.
His eyes, head and heart were tired.
He put the document back inside his coat and went home.
The Red Lion Tavern had one dirty room and a cellar.
The room was full of the smell of drink—and the smell of criminals.
Every kind of criminal was usually there.
Smith lived in the cellar with his sisters, Miss Bridget and Miss Fanny.
Smith walked in through the doorway.
The landlord of the tavern looked at him and laughed.
"Haven't they hanged you yet?"
he asked.
Smith was still thinking of the document and didn't answer.
"I asked you a question, Smith," the landlord said.
"Did you really!"
Smith said, "I thought that I heard a horse outside.”
Two or three men laughed, and Smith ran to the stairs.
But he wasn't quick enough.
He felt the landlord's heavy hand across his ear.
In the cellar Smith's sisters were altering a dead criminal's suit.
That was their usual work.
The king's men hanged a lot of criminals in London.
But their clothes were still good enough to wear.
Miss Bridget was altering a brown coat.
"Don't talk to the landlord like that," she said to Smith.
"He'll be angry if you do.”
"Poor little Smut!"
Miss Fanny said.
(His sisters usually called him Smut.) "He's always in trouble.”
Smith opened the document and laid it on the table.
"I took this thing from an old gentleman," he said.
"Then two men came and killed him.”
The girls looked at the document but couldn't read it.
"What is it?"
Miss Fanny asked.
"I don't know," Smith replied.
"But the killers were looking for it.
A lame man was there, too, and he wanted it very much.”
Smith was still afraid of that lame man, with his soft voice.
"It's a kind of report," Miss Bridget said.
"Look there.”
She pointed at a word.
"Look at that word.
It's just like a horse and carriage, isn't it?
That's the word 'report'.
I'm quite certain.
I know the word very well.”
Smith wasn't certain.
"So why did they kill him?"
he asked.
"And why did the lame man get very angry?"
"Reasons," Miss Bridget said.
"They had reasons.”
She picked up the brown coat again, "Bridget is right," Miss Fanny said.
"It's a report, Smut.”
She pointed at the paper, too.
"Look at that thing like a fish.
I know that it's the word 'criminal'.
I've seen it many times, Yes, Smut, this document is a criminal report, and it has great value.
Those men were ready to kill a man for it.
And so they'll be ready to pay for it, won't they?
Good boy, Smut!"
"But who will pay for it?"
Smith asked.
"We'll find out," Miss Fanny said.
"We'll have it read.”
Smith remembered his best friend, Lord Tom the highwayman.
"Lord Tom can read," he said.
"Lord Tom?
Yes, of course!"
Miss Fanny said.
Her face was rather red, and a sudden light came to her eye.
Miss Fanny was just nineteen, and the highwayman's name was music in her ears.
"That criminal!"
Miss Bridget said.
"No!
He isn't honest enough.
He'll keep the money himself.”
"So who can we ask?"
Smith said.
They talked for two hours, but they could not answer the question.
And at last, they went to bed.
From his bed Smith could see the dead man's suit.
It was hanging on the wall, and it gave him some bad thoughts.
"It was hanging in Newgate Gaol three days ago," he thought.
"And there was a man inside it then!
But the girls have altered it, and it's a different size now.
I hope that he won't come back for it!"
The document was still on the table in the morning.
Smith got up early.
He took the document and went quietly to the stairs.
But the girls were awake and heard him.
"Where are you going, Smut dear?"
Miss Fanny called.
"Newgate Gaol," Smith said.
"Newgate Gaol?
Don't take the document with You.”
"Why not?"
"Perhaps those men will kill you and take it.
They've already killed a man for it, haven't they?
They won't be afraid of a boy.”
"They don't know that I've got it," Smith said.
"They didn't see me.”
"You can't be certain, Smut!"
Miss Fanny said.
"I'll look after it for you.”
"No.”
"Are you going to show it to Lord Tom?"
"Perhaps," Smith said.
"I don't know yet.”
"He's going to Newgate Gaol," Miss Fanny said to her sister.
Is he?"
Miss Bridget then called out: "Ask for Mr Jones, the hangman, Smut.
He must pay us some money for the work on this suit.”
The girls were altering the suit for the hangman.