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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Hope!" repeated Danglars.
2.  "If I took them, and were detected, I should lose my place,which is worth two thousand francs a year; so that I shouldbe a great fool to run such a risk for three hundred."
3.  We saw in a preceding chapter how Madame Danglars wentformally to announce to Madame de Villefort the approachingmarriage of Eugenie Danglars and M. Andrea Cavalcanti. Thisannouncement, which implied or appeared to imply, theapproval of all the persons concerned in this momentousaffair, had been preceded by a scene to which our readersmust be admitted. We beg them to take one step backward, andto transport themselves, the morning of that day of greatcatastrophes, into the showy, gilded salon we have beforeshown them, and which was the pride of its owner, BaronDanglars. In this room, at about ten o'clock in the morning,the banker himself had been walking to and fro for someminutes thoughtfully and in evident uneasiness, watchingboth doors, and listening to every sound. When his patiencewas exhausted, he called his valet. "Etienne," said he, "seewhy Mademoiselle Eugenie has asked me to meet her in thedrawing-room, and why she makes me wait so long."
4.  "I do; that is about the distance that separates yourchamber from mine; only, unfortunately, I did not curvearight; for want of the necessary geometrical instruments tocalculate my scale of proportion, instead of taking anellipsis of forty feet, I made it fifty. I expected, as Itold you, to reach the outer wall, pierce through it, andthrow myself into the sea; I have, however, kept along thecorridor on which your chamber opens, instead of goingbeneath it. My labor is all in vain, for I find that thecorridor looks into a courtyard filled with soldiers."
5.  "And of whom you have no more knowledge than I of the AbbeBusoni?"
6.  "No other than your friend, Monte Cristo."


1.  "Still," persisted Franz, "I suppose you will allow thatsuch men as Vampa and his band are regular villains, whohave no other motive than plunder when they seize yourperson. How do you explain the influence the count evidentlypossessed over those ruffians?"
2.  "But," said Andrea, "why do you not act on the advice yougave me? Why do you not realize a six months', a year'sadvance even, and retire to Brussels? Instead of living theretired baker, you might live as a bankrupt, using hisprivileges; that would be very good."
3.  "Possibly, madame. And now, what do you want?"
4.  "The 21st of May, at half-past ten in the morning, Rue duHelder, No. 27," replied the Count. The young men then rose,and bowing to the count, quitted the room. "What is thematter?" asked Albert of Franz, when they had returned totheir own apartments; "you seem more than commonlythoughtful."
5.  "My son," said the abbe, "you, who are a sailor and aswimmer, must know as well as I do that a man so loadedwould sink before he had done fifty strokes. Cease, then, toallow yourself to be duped by vain hopes, that even your ownexcellent heart refuses to believe in. Here I shall remaintill the hour of my deliverance arrives, and that, in allhuman probability, will be the hour of my death. As for you,who are young and active, delay not on my account, but fly-- go-I give you back your promise."
6.  "But before you leave France, my dear father, I hope youwill put me in possession of the documents which will benecessary to prove my descent."


1.  "Ten or twelve thousand travellers will arrive," repliedFranz, "which will make it still more difficult."
2.  "Adieu till then." Notwithstanding a slight resistance onthe part of Monte Cristo, whose lips turned pale, but whopreserved his ceremonious smile, Andrea seized the count'shand, pressed it, jumped into his phaeton, and disappeared.
3.  "In 1807, a month before I was arrested, and a fortnightafter the death of the Count of Spada, on the 25th ofDecember (you will see presently how the date became fixedin my memory), I was reading, for the thousandth time, thepapers I was arranging, for the palace was sold to astranger, and I was going to leave Rome and settle atFlorence, intending to take with me twelve thousand francs Ipossessed, my library, and the famous breviary, when, tiredwith my constant labor at the same thing, and overcome by aheavy dinner I had eaten, my head dropped on my hands, and Ifell asleep about three o'clock in the afternoon. I awoke asthe clock was striking six. I raised my head; I was in utterdarkness. I rang for a light, but as no one came, Idetermined to find one for myself. It was indeed butanticipating the simple manners which I should soon be underthe necessity of adopting. I took a wax-candle in one hand,and with the other groped about for a piece of paper (mymatch-box being empty), with which I proposed to get a lightfrom the small flame still playing on the embers. Fearing,however, to make use of any valuable piece of paper, Ihesitated for a moment, then recollected that I had seen inthe famous breviary, which was on the table beside me, anold paper quite yellow with age, and which had served as amarker for centuries, kept there by the request of theheirs. I felt for it, found it, twisted it up together, andputting it into the expiring flame, set light to it.
4.  "M. de Saint-Meran is dead," answered the old marchioness,without preface and without expression; she appeared to bestupefied. Villefort drew back, and clasping his handstogether, exclaimed -- "Dead! -- so suddenly?"
5.   "Why? -- are you so kind -- so good -- so unsuspicious ofill, that you cannot understand, Valentine?"
6.  "You saw the emperor, then?"


1.  "Indeed?" said Monte Cristo, with the same indomitablecoolness; "let us see. Are you not the soldier Fernand whodeserted on the eve of the battle of Waterloo? Are you notthe Lieutenant Fernand who served as guide and spy to theFrench army in Spain? Are you not the Captain Fernand whobetrayed, sold, and murdered his benefactor, Ali? And havenot all these Fernands, united, made Lieutenant-General, theCount of Morcerf, peer of France?"
2.  "I never returned to the country where she lived."
3.  "Absolutely; and rather from your lips than another's."
4、  "I do not yet know myself, neither is it necessary that youshould do so. `Lucullus dines with Lucullus,' that is quitesufficient." Bertuccio bowed, and left the room.
5、  "That makes no difference."




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