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ҫַַּ:a g 9 559 v i p<"What would you have, my dear viscount?" said Monte Cristo,wiping his hands on the towel which Ali had brought him; "Imust occupy my leisure moments in some way or other. Butcome, I am waiting for you." Both men entered Monte Cristo'scarriage, which in the course of a few minutes depositedthem safely at No. 30. Monte Cristo took Albert into hisstudy, and pointing to a seat, placed another for himself."Now let us talk the matter over quietly," said the count."Yes, sir," answered Caderousse; "and remorse preys on menight and day. I often ask pardon of God, I swear to you,because this action, the only one with which I haveseriously to reproach myself in all my life, is no doubt thecause of my abject condition. I am expiating a moment ofselfishness, and so I always say to La Carconte, when shecomplains, `Hold your tongue, woman; it is the will ofGod.'" And Caderousse bowed his head with every sign of realrepentance.

"What is your errand, then, with me, sir?"

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"Well!" resumed the Catalan, as he saw the final glimmer ofCaderousse's reason vanishing before the last glass of wine.

"Oh, this is too much," cried Hermine, choking, "you areworse than despicable."

"It is past noon," said she, "and to-day is Saturday; I daresay it is the doctor, grandpapa." Noirtier looked hisconviction that she was right in her supposition. "He willcome in here, and M. Morrel had better go, -- do you notthink so, grandpapa?"

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"Then," said Danglars, pale with anger, which was not at alldue to offended paternal love, -- "then, mademoiselle, youpersist in your determination to accelerate my ruin?"<"Have we come to any?"

"Oh, that is charming," said Albert, "how I should like tohear my countrywomen called Mademoiselle Goodness,Mademoiselle Silence, Mademoiselle Christian Charity! Onlythink, then, if Mademoiselle Danglars, instead of beingcalled Claire-Marie-Eugenie, had been named MademoiselleChastity-Modesty-Innocence Danglars; what a fine effect thatwould have produced on the announcement of her marriage!"

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"But what does she tell you?"

"Oh, no; our breakfast comes from my father's kitchen. Areyou hungry?"

<"A pen, a pen!" said the doctor. There was one lying on thetable; he endeavored to introduce it into the mouth of thepatient, who, in the midst of his convulsions, was makingvain attempts to vomit; but the jaws were so clinched thatthe pen could not pass them. This second attack was muchmore violent than the first, and he had slipped from thecouch to the ground, where he was writhing in agony. Thedoctor left him in this paroxysm, knowing that he could donothing to alleviate it, and, going up to Noirtier, saidabruptly, "How do you find yourself? -- well?""You are right," said the latter; "M. Danglars has only beena secondary agent in this sad affair, and it is of M. deMonte Cristo that you must demand an explanation." Albertturned. "Sir," said he to Danglars, "understand that I donot take a final leave of you; I must ascertain if yourinsinuations are just, and am going now to inquire of theCount of Monte Cristo." He bowed to the banker, and went outwith Beauchamp, without appearing to notice Cavalcanti.Danglars accompanied him to the door, where he again assuredAlbert that no motive of personal hatred had influenced himagainst the Count of Morcerf.

"I have no fear of that; or, if she did, it was only in thesame way in which I think of her."

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<"No, I think not, for he ordered his breakfast at teno'clock.""Shall you have time?"

"Is it possible that you do not know of whom you purchasedit?"

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ҫַּŵĪϳµּȿֲ ߼ȼ "The honorable, the king's attorney, is informed by a friendof the throne and religion, that one Edmond Dantes, mate ofthe ship Pharaon, arrived this morning from Smyrna, afterhaving touched at Naples and Porto-Ferrajo, has beenintrusted by Murat with a letter for the usurper, and by theusurper with a letter for the Bonapartist committee inParis. Proof of this crime will be found on arresting him,for the letter will be found upon him, or at his father's,or in his cabin on board the Pharaon." ϸ

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