explain the lines "There was a pious stillness and humour in each of them which on the one hand delighted me and on the other frightened me."

The narrator was both mesmerised as well as shocked to see the horse with his cousin Mourad. There was certain calmness about the horse as well as his cousin. He was delighted at the idea of riding a horse and yet the thought that the horse must have been stolen, frightened him

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