Excerpt from The Tender Pilgrims Esau, still desirous of doing something for the brother who had so graciously and bountifully dealt with him, next asked permission to leave only a part of his company with Jacob; but that sturdy adventurer still vigorous and resourceful, replied, What needeth it? Thus they came to the parting of the ways, but in peace and with good-will each for the other.
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