He no sooner perceived the house, than his fancy represented it as the entrance to a stately castle with its four towers and pinnacles of shining silver, accommodated with a drawbridge, deep moat, and all other conveniences that are described as belonging to buildings of that kind.

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Upon entering the courtyard, Don Quixote called to the landlord and fell on his knees before him saying, "I could expect no less from the courtesy of your magnificence: That you will, tomorrow morning vouchsafe to confer upon me the order of knighthood."