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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "That man cannot injure me, Haidee," said Monte Cristo; "itwas his son alone that there was cause to fear."
2.  "On a level with the floor."
3.  "Go and fetch it, my good fellow; and if it be what I hope,you will do well."
4.  "But the duel will not take place, Edmond, since youforgive?"
5.  Barrois, therefore, as we have seen, watched for Valentine,and informed her of her grandfather's wish. Consequently,Valentine came up to Noirtier, on leaving Madame deSaint-Meran, who in the midst of her grief had at lastyielded to fatigue and fallen into a feverish sleep. Withinreach of her hand they placed a small table upon which stooda bottle of orangeade, her usual beverage, and a glass.Then, as we have said, the young girl left the bedside tosee M. Noirtier. Valentine kissed the old man, who looked ather with such tenderness that her eyes again filled withtears, whose sources he thought must be exhausted. The oldgentleman continued to dwell upon her with the sameexpression. "Yes, yes," said Valentine, "you mean that Ihave yet a kind grandfather left, do you not." The old manintimated that such was his meaning. "Ah, yes, happily Ihave," replied Valentine. "Without that, what would becomeof me?"
6.  "Nay," interposed Madame de Villefort, on whom theauthoritative style adopted by the count made a deepimpression, "nay, but consider that to preserve my life hehas risked his own."


1.  "I promise you. Au revoir, Albert. Gentlemen, good morning."
2.  "Sir!" exclaimed the young man, quite astounded, "I hope nofalse report" --
3.  "Ah, grandmamma," murmured Valentine, pressing her lips onthe burning brow, "do you wish to kill me? Oh, how feverishyou are; we must not send for a notary, but for a doctor."
4.  "One!" said the count mysteriously, his eyes fixed on thecorpse, disfigured by so awful a death. Ten minutesafterwards the surgeon and the procureur arrived, the oneaccompanied by the porter, the other by Ali, and werereceived by the Abbe Busoni, who was praying by the side ofthe corpse.
5.  "Come," he said, as he ascended the stairs leading to hiswife's room, "nothing is changed here." He then closed thedoor of the landing. "No one must disturb us," he said; "Imust speak freely to her, accuse myself, and say" -- heapproached the door, touched the crystal handle, whichyielded to his hand. "Not locked," he cried; "that is well."And he entered the little room in which Edward slept; forthough the child went to school during the day, his mothercould not allow him to be separated from her at night. Witha single glance Villefort's eye ran through the room. "Nothere," he said; "doubtless she is in her bedroom." He rushedtowards the door, found it bolted, and stopped, shuddering."Heloise!" he cried. He fancied he heard the sound of apiece of furniture being removed. "Heloise!" he repeated.
6.  The young man uttered a groan, but appeared resigned.


1.  "You are too late, madame; the orders are issued."
2.  In the midst of all the strange events which had crowded oneon the other, an indefinable sentiment of dread had takenpossession of Valentine's mind. She expected every momentthat she should see Morrel appear, pale and trembling, toforbid the signing of the contract, like the Laird ofRavenswood in "The Bride of Lammermoor." It was high timefor her to make her appearance at the gate, for Maximilianhad long awaited her coming. He had half guessed what wasgoing on when he saw Franz quit the cemetery with M. deVillefort. He followed M. d'Epinay, saw him enter,afterwards go out, and then re-enter with Albert andChateau-Renaud. He had no longer any doubts as to the natureof the conference; he therefore quickly went to the gate inthe clover-patch, prepared to hear the result of theproceedings, and very certain that Valentine would hasten tohim the first moment she should he set at liberty. He wasnot mistaken; peering through the crevices of the woodenpartition, he soon discovered the young girl, who cast asideall her usual precautions and walked at once to the barrier.The first glance which Maximilian directed towards herentirely reassured him, and the first words she spoke madehis heart bound with delight.
3.  Morrel took the purse, and started as he did so, for a vagueremembrance reminded him that it once belonged to himself.At one end was the receipted bill for the 287,000 francs,and at the other was a diamond as large as a hazel-nut, withthese words on a small slip of parchment: -- Julie's Dowry.
4.  Ali left the room. The cups of coffee were all prepared,with the addition of sugar, which had been brought forAlbert. Monte Cristo and Haidee took the beverage in theoriginal Arabian manner, that is to say, without sugar.Haidee took the porcelain cup in her little slender fingersand conveyed it to her mouth with all the innocentartlessness of a child when eating or drinking somethingwhich it likes. At this moment two women entered, bringingsalvers filled with ices and sherbet, which they placed ontwo small tables appropriated to that purpose. "My dearhost, and you, signora," said Albert, in Italian, "excuse myapparent stupidity. I am quite bewildered, and it is naturalthat it should be so. Here I am in the heart of Paris; but amoment ago I heard the rumbling of the omnibuses and thetinkling of the bells of the lemonade-sellers, and now Ifeel as if I were suddenly transported to the East; not suchas I have seen it, but such as my dreams have painted it.Oh, signora, if I could but speak Greek, your conversation,added to the fairy-scene which surrounds me, would furnishan evening of such delight as it would be impossible for meever to forget."
5.   "What have we all done, then, dear grandpapa?" saidValentine; "you no longer seem to love any of us?" The oldman's eyes passed rapidly from Villefort and his wife, andrested on Valentine with a look of unutterable fondness."Well," said she; "if you love me, grandpapa, try and bringthat love to bear upon your actions at this present moment.You know me well enough to be quite sure that I have neverthought of your fortune; besides, they say I am already richin right of my mother -- too rich, even. Explain yourself,then." Noirtier fixed his intelligent eyes on Valentine'shand. "My hand?" said she.
6.  "Oh. my dear count." said Albert gayly, arranging his cravatand wristbands, "you are really most kind, and I hope youwill consider me as under eternal obligations to you, in thefirst place for the carriage, and in the next for thisvisit," and he put out his hand to the Count, who shudderedas he gave his own, but who nevertheless did give it. Thebandit gazed on this scene with amazement; he was evidentlyaccustomed to see his prisoners tremble before him, and yethere was one whose gay temperament was not for a momentaltered; as for Franz, he was enchanted at the way in whichAlbert had sustained the national honor in the presence ofthe bandit. "My dear Albert," he said, "if you will makehaste, we shall yet have time to finish the night atTorlonia's. You may conclude your interrupted galop, so thatyou will owe no ill-will to Signor Luigi, who has, indeed,throughout this whole affair acted like a gentleman."


1.  "The former royal attorney at Nimes?"
2.  "Ah!" exclaimed mine host, "I did not think it likely yourexcellency would have chosen to mingle with such a rabble asare always collected on that hill, which, indeed, theyconsider as exclusively belonging to themselves."
3.  "I entreat you, doctor!"
4、  "Nevertheless, it is quite true; still, I agree with you inthinking that my present ignorance of the first city inEurope is a reproach to me in every way, and calls forimmediate correction; but, in all probability, I should haveperformed so important, so necessary a duty, as that ofmaking myself acquainted with the wonders and beauties ofyour justly celebrated capital, had I known any person whowould have introduced me into the fashionable world, butunfortunately I possessed no acquaintance there, and, ofnecessity, was compelled to abandon the idea."
5、  He still felt the same self-satisfaction which he hadexperienced the previous evening, and which had procured himso good a night's rest. He was luxuriously stretched in agood English calash, with double springs; he was drawn byfour good horses, at full gallop; he knew the relay to be ata distance of seven leagues. What subject of meditationcould present itself to the banker, so fortunately becomebankrupt?




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