Egypt, in consideration of the inhabitants of the land, that
they might not take undue notice of them. Also I bade them
go up and down in the land of Egypt and seek my son Joseph,
mayhap they would find him there.

"This did they do, but thou didst therefore account them
as spies. We have heard the report of thy wisdom and
sagacity. How, then, canst thou look upon their countenances,
and yet declare them to be spies? Especially as we
have heard thou didst interpret Pharaoh's dream, and didst
foretell the coming of the famine, are we amazed that thou,
in thy discernment, couldst not distinguish whether they be
spies or not.

"And, now, O my lord king, I send unto thee my son Benjamin,

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