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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Oh, yes, yes!" exclaimed Dantes; "and I tell you that Iwill save you yet."
2.  "Without any inquiry, without any formality?"
3.  "Your pardon," replied Danglars, "I merely said you seemedin a hurry, and we have lots of time; the Pharaon cannot beunder weigh again in less than three months."
4.  "Alas, I guess it. But go on, Beauchamp. You see I am calmand strong. And yet we must be drawing near the disclosure."
5.  "What a wrist you have, reverend sir!" said Caderousse.stroking his arm, all bruised by the fleshy pincers whichhad held it; "what a wrist!"
6.  "On what I could get."


1.  "But," said Danglars thoughtfully, "how is it that yourpatron, M. de Monte Cristo, did not make his proposal foryou?" Andrea blushed imperceptibly. "I have just left thecount, sir," said he; "he is, doubtless, a delightful manbut inconceivably peculiar in his ideas. He esteems mehighly. He even told me he had not the slightest doubt thatmy father would give me the capital instead of the interestof my property. He has promised to use his influence toobtain it for me; but he also declared that he never hadtaken on himself the responsibility of making proposals foranother, and he never would. I must, however, do him thejustice to add that he assured me if ever he had regrettedthe repugnance he felt to such a step it was on thisoccasion, because he thought the projected union would be ahappy and suitable one. Besides, if he will do nothingofficially, he will answer any questions you propose to him.And now," continued he, with one of his most charmingsmiles, "having finished talking to the father-in-law, Imust address myself to the banker."
2.  "As for myself, I first heard you spoken of by my friendWilmore, the philanthropist. I believe he found you in someunpleasant position, but do not know of what nature, for Idid not ask, not being inquisitive. Your misfortunes engagedhis sympathies, so you see you must have been interesting.He told me that he was anxious to restore you to theposition which you had lost, and that he would seek yourfather until he found him. He did seek, and has found him,apparently, since he is here now; and, finally, my friendapprised me of your coming, and gave me a few otherinstructions relative to your future fortune. I am quiteaware that my friend Wilmore is peculiar, but he is sincere,and as rich as a gold-mine, consequently, he may indulge hiseccentricities without any fear of their ruining him, and Ihave promised to adhere to his instructions. Now, sir, praydo not be offended at the question I am about to put to you,as it comes in the way of my duty as your patron. I wouldwish to know if the misfortunes which have happened to you-- misfortunes entirely beyond your control, and which in nodegree diminish my regard for you -- I would wish to know ifthey have not, in some measure, contributed to render you astranger to the world in which your fortune and your nameentitle you to make a conspicuous figure?"
3.  "Ah, a month -- six months -- a year."
4.  "So are all Italians."
5.  "Yes, but they have found a corpse; the general has beenkilled, and in all countries they call that a murder."
6.  "And when," asked Dantes, "may I see all this?"


1.  A gloomy scene had indeed just passed at the house of M. deVillefort. After the ladies had departed for the ball,whither all the entreaties of Madame de Villefort had failedin persuading him to accompany them, the procureur had shuthimself up in his study, according to his custom. with aheap of papers calculated to alarm any one else, but whichgenerally scarcely satisfied his inordinate desires. Butthis time the papers were a mere matter of form. Villeforthad secluded himself, not to study, but to reflect; and withthe door locked and orders given that he should not bedisturbed excepting for important business, he sat down inhis arm-chair and began to ponder over the events, theremembrance of which had during the last eight days filledhis mind with so many gloomy thoughts and bitterrecollections. Then, instead of plunging into the mass ofdocuments piled before him, he opened the drawer of hisdesk. touched a spring, and drew out a parcel of cherishedmemoranda, amongst which he had carefully arranged, incharacters only known to himself, the names of all thosewho, either in his political career, in money matters, atthe bar, or in his mysterious love affairs, had become hisenemies.
2.  "So much the better, I have a ray of hope left; listen."
3.  "Well, let us be sure of that." Bertuccio sighed, and wenton first; the stairs did, indeed, lead to the garden. At theouter door the steward paused. "Go on, Monsieur Bertuccio,"said the count. But he who was addressed stood there,stupefied, bewildered, stunned; his haggard eyes glancedaround, as if in search of the traces of some terribleevent, and with his clinched hands he seemed striving toshut out horrible recollections. "Well," insisted the Count."No, no," cried Bertuccio, setting down the lantern at theangle of the interior wall. "No, monsieur, it is impossible;I can go no farther."
4.  "You have my promise," he said, after a minute's pause,extending his hand to Monte Cristo. "Only remember" --
5.   "She is going to leave her house," said the steward.
6.  "Did you ever hear," he replied, "of the Old Man of theMountain, who attempted to assassinate Philip Augustus?"


1.  "The certificate of your marriage with Oliva Corsinari, andthe register of your child's birth."
2.  "You recollect that sad night, when you were half-expiringon that bed in the red damask room, while I, scarcely lessagitated than you, awaited your delivery. The child wasborn, was given to me -- motionless, breathless, voiceless;we thought it dead." Madame Danglars moved rapidly, asthough she would spring from her chair, but Villefortstopped, and clasped his hands as if to implore herattention. "We thought it dead," he repeated; "I placed itin the chest, which was to take the place of a coffin; Idescended to the garden, I dug a hole, and then flung itdown in haste. Scarcely had I covered it with earth, whenthe arm of the Corsican was stretched towards me; I saw ashadow rise, and, at the same time, a flash of light. I feltpain; I wished to cry out, but an icy shiver ran through myveins and stifled my voice; I fell lifeless, and fanciedmyself killed. Never shall I forget your sublime courage,when, having returned to consciousness, I dragged myself tothe foot of the stairs, and you, almost dying yourself, cameto meet me. We were obliged to keep silent upon the dreadfulcatastrophe. You had the fortitude to regain the house,assisted by your nurse. A duel was the pretext for my wound.Though we scarcely expected it, our secret remained in ourown keeping alone. I was taken to Versailles; for threemonths I struggled with death; at last, as I seemed to clingto life, I was ordered to the South. Four men carried mefrom Paris to Chalons, walking six leagues a day; Madame deVillefort followed the litter in her carriage. At Chalons Iwas put upon the Saone, thence I passed on to he Rhone,whence I descended, merely with the current, to Arles; atArles I was again placed on my litter, and continued myjourney to Marseilles. My recovery lasted six months. Inever heard you mentioned, and I did not dare inquire foryou. When I returned to Paris, I learned that you, the widowof M. de Nargonne, had married M. Danglars.
3.  "Handsome, certainly," replied Albert, "but not to my taste,which I confess, inclines to something softer, gentler, andmore feminine."
4、  "Do not dig any more," said the voice; "only tell me howhigh up is your excavation?"
5、  "I thought you might want it to show the Abbe Busoni."




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