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28Ʊҳַ:a g 9 559 v i p<"Probably.""And how was M. de Saint-Meran related to Mademoiselle deVillefort?" said the count.

But, instead of growing easier, Dantes' pains appeared toincrease in violence. The old patron, who was obliged tosail in the morning in order to land his cargo on thefrontiers of Piedmont and France, between Nice and Frejus,urged Dantes to try and rise. Edmond made great exertions inorder to comply; but at each effort he fell back, moaningand turning pale.

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"Oh, you may make sure of him; his charities alone amount to20,000 francs a month."

"Poor Dantes!" said Caderousse. "No one can deny his being anoble-hearted young fellow."

"And by accustoming her to that poison, you have endeavoredto neutralize the effect of a similar poison?" Noirtier'sjoy continued. "And you have succeeded," exclaimedd'Avrigny. "Without that precaution Valentine would havedied before assistance could have been procured. The dosehas been excessive, but she has only been shaken by it; andthis time, at any rate, Valentine will not die." Asuperhuman joy expanded the old man's eyes, which wereraised towards heaven with an expression of infinitegratitude. At this moment Villefort returned. "Here,doctor," said he, "is what you sent me for."

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"I did not ask for it. Who has paid me this attention?"<"And what have I to do with your ill-humor?" said thebaroness, irritated at the impassibility of her husband; "dothese things concern me? Keep your ill-humor at home in yourmoney boxes, or, since you have clerks whom you pay, vent itupon them."

But he called to mind the words of the will, which he knewby heart. "In the farthest angle of the second opening,"said the cardinal's will. He had only found the firstgrotto; he had now to seek the second. Dantes continued hissearch. He reflected that this second grotto must penetratedeeper into the island; he examined the stones, and soundedone part of the wall where he fancied the opening existed,masked for precaution's sake. The pickaxe struck for amoment with a dull sound that drew out of Dantes' foreheadlarge drops of perspiration. At last it seemed to him thatone part of the wall gave forth a more hollow and deeperecho; he eagerly advanced, and with the quickness ofperception that no one but a prisoner possesses, saw thatthere, in all probability, the opening must be.

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"Pardon me, count, pardon me."

"No, my dear fellow," returned the young man, seatinghimself on the divan; "reassure yourself; we are totteringalways, but we never fall, and I begin to believe that weshall pass into a state of immobility, and then the affairsof the Peninsula will completely consolidate us."

<"Well, then, if it be so, are you ready, Albert?""Well," said Beauchamp, "let them now say that drama isunnatural!"

"There's a life for you," said Caderousse; "a town house anda country house."

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<"Approach, M. de Villefort," resumed the king, addressingthe young man, who, motionless and breathless, was listeningto a conversation on which depended the destiny of akingdom. "Approach, and tell monsieur that it is possible toknow beforehand all that he has not known.""But the thing itself is at M. de Villefort's; but let's getback to the subject."

"What for? Why, to converse with him, of course. Have youreally no desire to meet him?"

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