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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Except your signature and your partner's, M. Morrel."
2.  "At the house of M. de Morcerf."
3.  The baron, followed by the count, traversed a long series ofapartments, in which the prevailing characteristics wereheavy magnificence and the gaudiness of ostentatious wealth,until he reached the boudoir of Madame Danglars -- a smalloctagonal-shaped room, hung with pink satin, covered withwhite Indian muslin. The chairs were of ancient workmanshipand materials; over the doors were painted sketches ofshepherds and shepherdesses, after the style and manner ofBoucher; and at each side pretty medallions in crayons,harmonizing well with the furnishings of this charmingapartment, the only one throughout the great mansion inwhich any distinctive taste prevailed. The truth was, it hadbeen entirely overlooked in the plan arranged and followedout by M. Danglars and his architect, who had been selectedto aid the baron in the great work of improvement solelybecause he was the most fashionable and celebrated decoratorof the day. The decorations of the boudoir had then beenleft entirely to Madame Danglars and Lucien Debray. M.Danglars, however, while possessing a great admiration forthe antique, as it was understood during the time of theDirectory, entertained the most sovereign contempt for thesimple elegance of his wife's favorite sitting-room, where,by the way, he was never permitted to intrude, unless,indeed, he excused his own appearance by ushering in somemore agreeable visitor than himself; and even then he hadrather the air and manner of a person who was himselfintroduced, than that of being the presenter of another, hisreception being cordial or frigid, in proportion as theperson who accompanied him chanced to please or displeasethe baroness.
4.  Chapter 73The Promise.
5.  Morrel looked towards Noirtier for permission to retire. Theold man, who had preserved all his usual coolness, made asign to him to do so. The young man pressed Valentine's handto his lips, and then left the house by a back staircase. Atthe same moment that he quitted the room, Villefort and thedoctor entered by an opposite door. Barrois was now showingsigns of returning consciousness. The crisis seemed past, alow moaning was heard, and he raised himself on one knee.D'Avrigny and Villefort laid him on a couch. "What do youprescribe, doctor?" demanded Villefort. "Give me some waterand ether. You have some in the house, have you not?"
6.  "And where is it?"


1.  Arrived in his bedroom, the count motioned to Ali to stop;then he passed into the dressing-room, which he examined.Everything appeared as usual -- the precious secretary inits place, and the key in the secretary. He double lockedit, took the key, returned to the bedroom door, removed thedouble staple of the bolt, and went in. Meanwhile Ali hadprocured the arms the count required -- namely, a shortcarbine and a pair of double-barrelled pistols, with whichas sure an aim might be taken as with a single-barrelledone. Thus armed, the count held the lives of five men in hishands. It was about half-past nine. The count and Ali ate inhaste a crust of bread and drank a glass of Spanish wine;then Monte Cristo slipped aside one of the movable panels,which enabled him to see into the adjoining room. He hadwithin his reach his pistols and carbine, and Ali, standingnear him, held one of the small Arabian hatchets, whose formhas not varied since the Crusades. Through one of thewindows of the bedroom, on a line with that in thedressing-room, the count could see into the street.
2.  "As a matter of fact," said Monte Cristo, approaching, "I ammuch afraid that I am the involuntary cause of his absence."
3.  Gradually the reception-room filled, and some of our oldfriends made their appearance -- we mean Debray,Chateau-Renaud, and Beauchamp, accompanied by all theleading men of the day at the bar, in literature, or thearmy, for M. de Villefort moved in the first Parisiancircles, less owing to his social position than to hispersonal merit. The cousin standing at the door ushered inthe guests, and it was rather a relief to the indifferent tosee a person as unmoved as themselves, and who did not exacta mournful face or force tears, as would have been the casewith a father, a brother, or a lover. Those who wereacquainted soon formed into little groups. One of them wasmade of Debray, Chateau-Renaud, and Beauchamp.
4.  "Oh, things take their course without our assistance. Whilewe are forgetting them, they are falling into theirappointed order; and when, again, our attention is directedto them, we are surprised at the progress they have madetowards the proposed end. My father and M. Danglars servedtogether in Spain, my father in the army and M. Danglars inthe commissariat department. It was there that my father,ruined by the revolution, and M. Danglars, who never hadpossessed any patrimony, both laid the foundations of theirdifferent fortunes."
5.  "Andrea Cavalcanti."
6.  After the usual civilities, the count inquired after M. deVillefort. "My husband dines with the chancellor," repliedthe young lady; "he has just gone, and I am sure he'll beexceedingly sorry not to have had the pleasure of seeing youbefore he went." Two visitors who were there when the countarrived, having gazed at him with all their eyes, retiredafter that reasonable delay which politeness admits andcuriosity requires. "What is your sister Valentine doing?"inquired Madame de Villefort of Edward; "tell some one tobid her come here, that I may have the honor of introducingher to the count."


1.  "My name must rest unknown, -- merely say I am a Frenchmantravelling for pleasure." As soon as Gaetano had transmittedthis answer, the sentinel gave an order to one of the menseated round the fire, who rose and disappeared among therocks. Not a word was spoken, every one seemed occupied,Franz with his disembarkment, the sailors with their sails,the smugglers with their goat; but in the midst of all thiscarelessness it was evident that they mutually observed eachother. The man who had disappeared returned suddenly on theopposite side to that by which he had left; he made a signwith his head to the sentinel, who, turning to the boat,said, "S'accommodi." The Italian s'accommodi isuntranslatable; it means at once, "Come, enter, you arewelcome; make yourself at home; you are the master." It islike that Turkish phrase of Moliere's that so astonished thebourgeois gentleman by the number of things implied in itsutterance. The sailors did not wait for a second invitation;four strokes of the oar brought them to land; Gaetano sprangto shore, exchanged a few words with the sentinel, then hiscomrades disembarked, and lastly came Franz. One of his gunswas swung over his shoulder, Gaetano had the other, and asailor held his rifle; his dress, half artist, half dandy,did not excite any suspicion, and, consequently, nodisquietude. The boat was moored to the shore, and theyadvanced a few paces to find a comfortable bivouac; but,doubtless, the spot they chose did not suit the smuggler whofilled the post of sentinel, for he cried out, "Not thatway, if you please."
2.  "Why so?"
3.  "To poison."
4.  "Do so, then, but let it be the last."
5.   "Well?"
6.  "On yourself, then, unhappy man; on yourself?"


1.  "And what cares he for that," replied Gaetano with a laugh,"or any authorities? He smiles at them. Let them try topursue him! Why, in the first place, his yacht is not aship, but a bird, and he would beat any frigate three knotsin every nine; and if he were to throw himself on the coast,why, is he not certain of finding friends everywhere?"
2.  "Do so."
3.  "If the pardon is to come, there is no time to lose."
4、  Chapter 109The Assizes.
5、  "Poor fellow!" remarked Danglars, affecting to pity theyoung man from the bottom of his heart. "Why, you see, hedid not expect to see Dantes return so suddenly -- hethought he was dead, perhaps; or perchance faithless! Thesethings always come on us more severely when they comesuddenly."




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