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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Certainly; but is this all you have to say to me?"
2.  "Perhaps you may know at some future period, and in the meantime I request you to excuse my declining to put you inpossession of my reasons."
3.  "Wait a little. Pray, was Danglars acquainted with Fernand?"
4.  "Ah," said Villefort, "this seems to me the truth. If youhave been culpable, it was imprudence, and this imprudencewas in obedience to the orders of your captain. Give up thisletter you have brought from Elba, and pass your word youwill appear should you be required, and go and rejoin yourfriends.
5.  "I was saying it was very interesting."
6.  `Foul deeds will rise,Tho, all the earth o'erwhelm them to men's eyes;'


1.  "I want nothing now that I have you," said the old man.
2.  "Well," said Albert, with a sigh, "it seems you aredetermined to marry me."
3.  "Eh -- eh!" said Caderousse, shaking his head.
4.  "How did you know about it?"
5.  Chapter 53Robert le Diable.
6.  "Child!" replied the count.


1.  Chapter 93Valentine.
2.  Franz and the countess exchanged a smile, and then thelatter resumed her conversation with Albert, while Franzreturned to his previous survey of the house and company.The curtain rose on the ballet, which was one of thoseexcellent specimens of the Italian school, admirablyarranged and put on the stage by Henri, who has establishedfor himself a great reputation throughout Italy for histaste and skill in the choregraphic art -- one of thosemasterly productions of grace, method, and elegance in whichthe whole corps de ballet, from the principal dancers to thehumblest supernumerary, are all engaged on the stage at thesame time; and a hundred and fifty persons may be seenexhibiting the same attitude, or elevating the same arm orleg with a simultaneous movement, that would lead you tosuppose that but one mind, one act of volition, influencedthe moving mass -- the ballet was called "Poliska." Howevermuch the ballet might have claimed his attention, Franz wastoo deeply occupied with the beautiful Greek to take anynote of it; while she seemed to experience an almostchildlike delight in watching it, her eager, animated lookscontrasting strongly with the utter indifference of hercompanion, who, during the whole time the piece lasted,never even moved, not even when the furious, crashing dinproduced by the trumpets, cymbals, and Chinese bells soundedtheir loudest from the orchestra. Of this he took no heed,but was, as far as appearances might be trusted, enjoyingsoft repose and bright celestial dreams. The ballet atlength came to a close, and the curtain fell amid the loud,unanimous plaudits of an enthusiastic and delightedaudience.
3.  Barrois, therefore, as we have seen, watched for Valentine,and informed her of her grandfather's wish. Consequently,Valentine came up to Noirtier, on leaving Madame deSaint-Meran, who in the midst of her grief had at lastyielded to fatigue and fallen into a feverish sleep. Withinreach of her hand they placed a small table upon which stooda bottle of orangeade, her usual beverage, and a glass.Then, as we have said, the young girl left the bedside tosee M. Noirtier. Valentine kissed the old man, who looked ather with such tenderness that her eyes again filled withtears, whose sources he thought must be exhausted. The oldgentleman continued to dwell upon her with the sameexpression. "Yes, yes," said Valentine, "you mean that Ihave yet a kind grandfather left, do you not." The old manintimated that such was his meaning. "Ah, yes, happily Ihave," replied Valentine. "Without that, what would becomeof me?"
4.  "Remember," answered the abbe calmly, as he replaced thejewel and its case in the pocket of his cassock, "it is yourfault, not mine, that I do so. You will have the goodness tofurnish me with the address of both Fernand and Danglars, inorder that I may execute Edmond's last wishes." Theagitation of Caderousse became extreme, and large drops ofperspiration rolled from his heated brow. As he saw the abberise from his seat and go towards the door, as though toascertain if his horse were sufficiently refreshed tocontinue his journey, Caderousse and his wife exchangedlooks of deep meaning.
5.   "Hope!" repeated Danglars.
6.  Every one obeyed. For a man who, like Franz, viewed hisposition in its true light, it was a grave one. He was alonein the darkness with sailors whom he did not know, and whohad no reason to be devoted to him; who knew that he hadseveral thousand francs in his belt, and who had oftenexamined his weapons, -- which were very beautiful, -- ifnot with envy, at least with curiosity. On the other hand,he was about to land, without any other escort than thesemen, on an island which had, indeed, a very religious name,but which did not seem to Franz likely to afford him muchhospitality, thanks to the smugglers and bandits. Thehistory of the scuttled vessels, which had appearedimprobable during the day, seemed very probable at night;placed as he was between two possible sources of danger, hekept his eye on the crew, and his gun in his hand. Thesailors had again hoisted sail, and the vessel was once morecleaving the waves. Through the darkness Franz, whose eyeswere now more accustomed to it, could see the looming shorealong which the boat was sailing, and then, as they roundeda rocky point, he saw the fire more brilliant than ever, andabout it five or six persons seated. The blaze illumined thesea for a hundred paces around. Gaetano skirted the light,carefully keeping the boat in the shadow; then, when theywere opposite the fire, he steered to the centre of thecircle, singing a fishing song, of which his companions sungthe chorus. At the first words of the song the men seatedround the fire arose and approached the landing-place, theireyes fixed on the boat, evidently seeking to know who thenew-comers were and what were their intentions. They soonappeared satisfied and returned (with the exception of one,who remained at the shore) to their fire, at which thecarcass of a goat was roasting. When the boat was withintwenty paces of the shore, the man on the beach, who carrieda carbine, presented arms after the manner of a sentinel,and cried, "Who comes there?" in Sardinian. Franz coollycocked both barrels. Gaetano then exchanged a few words withthis man which the traveller did not understand, but whichevidently concerned him. "Will your excellency give yourname, or remain incognito?" asked the captain.


1.  "Poor count! And is he aware of the danger he has been in?"
2.  "I know that," replied the Englishman. "But as a man ofhonor should answer another, tell me fairly, shall you paythese with the same punctuality?" Morrel shuddered, andlooked at the man, who spoke with more assurance than he hadhitherto shown. "To questions frankly put," said he, "astraightforward answer should be given. Yes, I shall pay,if, as I hope, my vessel arrives safely; for its arrivalwill again procure me the credit which the numerousaccidents, of which I have been the victim, have deprivedme; but if the Pharaon should be lost, and this lastresource be gone" -- the poor man's eyes filled with tears.
3.  "I dance?"
4、  "And what is the news?"
5、  "Quite, quite alone," replied the man -- "or, at least,practically so, for my poor wife, who is the only person inthe house besides myself, is laid up with illness, andunable to render me the least assistance, poor thing!"




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