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ʢappַ:a g 9 559 v i p<"That is quite my desire.""Your excellencies are aware," responded the landlord,swelling with importance, "that the Count of Monte Cristo isliving on the same floor with yourselves!"

"I say, that when a thing completely surpasses mycomprehension, I am accustomed not to dwell on that thing,but to pass to another. Is supper ready, Signor Pastrini?"

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The guide carried away the torch. The count had spokencorrectly. Scarcely had a few seconds elapsed, ere he saweverything as distinctly as by daylight. Then he lookedaround him, and really recognized his dungeon.

"But there must be some cause for this strange scene."

"Sire," interposed the minister of police, "I came a momentago to give your majesty fresh information which I hadobtained on this head, when your majesty's attention wasattracted by the terrible event that has occurred in thegulf, and now these facts will cease to interest yourmajesty."

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"Well," said Beauchamp, "we shall see our friend!"<"Really, count, you do nothing, and have nothing like otherpeople. The slave of the Count of Monte Cristo! Why, it is arank of itself in France, and from the way in which youlavish money, it is a place that must be worth a hundredthousand francs a year."

"You think, then, all is not over yet?" said Albert,horror-stricken.

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"Help, help!" cried Mademoiselle d'Armilly, taking the bellfrom her companion's hand, and ringing it yet moreviolently. "Save me, I am pursued!" said Andrea, claspinghis hands. "For pity, for mercy's sake do not deliver meup!"

There was a doubtful expression in Noirtier's eyes; he wasevidently trying to discover the motive of this proceeding,and he could not succeed in doing so. "May I hope, sir,"said Madame de Villefort, "that your intentions accord withmy request?" Noirtier made a sign that they did. "In thatcase, sir," rejoined Madame de Villefort, "I will leave youoverwhelmed with gratitude and happiness at your promptacquiescence to my wishes." She then bowed to M. Noirtierand retired.

<"That is different," replied Monte Cristo; "but if youintend to tell an untruth, reflect it were better not tospeak at all.""Who, then, urged you to write? Tell me."

"Does your excellency happen to be hungry?"

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<"No, it would delay me, and I need the fatigue you warn meof; it will do me good." Albert reeled as if he had beenshot, and fell on a chair near the door. Monte Cristo didnot see this second manifestation of physical exhaustion; hewas at the window, calling, "Ali, a horse for M. de Morcerf-- quick! he is in a hurry!" These words restored Albert; hedarted from the room, followed by the count. "Thank you!"cried he, throwing himself on his horse. "Return as soon asyou can, Florentin. Must I use any password to procure ahorse?""Ah," murmured Caderousse, "what a strange priest you are;you drive the dying to despair, instead of consoling them."

"Well, I believe, my dear Edmond, though I have not seen himlately."

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ʢappƱ׹ ա°ȷĵ "I will tell you," replied the young girl, "for it is butright you should know. Well, on the day when yourappointment as an officer of the Legion of honor wasannounced in the papers, we were all sitting with mygrandfather, M. Noirtier; M. Danglars was there also -- yourecollect M. Danglars, do you not, Maximilian, the banker,whose horses ran away with my mother-in-law and littlebrother, and very nearly killed them? While the rest of thecompany were discussing the approaching marriage ofMademoiselle Danglars, I was reading the paper to mygrandfather; but when I came to the paragraph about you,although I had done nothing else but read it over to myselfall the morning (you know you had told me all about it theprevious evening), I felt so happy, and yet so nervous, atthe idea of speaking your name aloud, and before so manypeople, that I really think I should have passed it over,but for the fear that my doing so might create suspicions asto the cause of my silence; so I summoned up all my courage,and read it as firmly and as steadily as I could." ϸ

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