“Take!” said Blaisois; “covet the goods of your neighbor? That is forbidden, it seems to me.”
“Where forbidden?” asked Mousqueton.
“In the commandments of God, or of the church, I don’t know which. I only know it says, ‘Thou shalt not covet thy neighbor’s goods, nor yet his wife.’“
“That is a child’s reason, Monsieur Blaisois,” said Mousqueton in his most patronizing manner. “Yes, you talk like a child — I repeat the word. Where have you read in the Scriptures, I ask you, that the English are your neighbors?”
“Where, that is true,” said Blaisois; “at least, I can’t now recall it.”