And let thisapparel and horse be delivered to the hand of one of the king’smostnobleprinces, thatthey may array the man withalwhom the kingdelighteth to honour, and bring him on horsebackthrough the street of the city, and proclaimbefore him, Thusshall it be done to the man whom the kingdelighteth to honour.
Then the kingsaid to Haman, Makehaste, and take the apparel and the horse, as thouhastsaid, and do even so to Mordecai the Jew, thatsitteth at the king’sgate: let nothingfail of all thatthouhastspoken.
ThentookHaman the apparel and the horse, and arrayedMordecai, and brought him on horsebackthrough the street of the city, and proclaimedbefore him, Thusshall it be doneunto the man whom the kingdelighteth to honour.
And HamantoldZeresh his wife and all his friendseverythingthat had befallen him. Thensaid his wise men and Zeresh his wifeunto him, If Mordecai be of the seed of the Jews, beforewhomthouhastbegun to fall, thoushalt not prevailagainst him, but shaltsurelyfallbefore him.