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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  Beneath these lines was written in another hand: "See noteabove -- nothing can be done." He compared the writing inthe bracket with the writing of the certificate placedbeneath Morrel's petition, and discovered that the note inthe bracket was the some writing as the certificate -- thatis to say, was in Villefort's handwriting. As to the notewhich accompanied this, the Englishman understood that itmight have been added by some inspector who had taken amomentary interest in Dantes' situation, but who had, fromthe remarks we have quoted, found it impossible to give anyeffect to the interest he had felt.
2.  "What you ask is impossible; but if you are very wellbehaved you will be allowed to walk about, and some day youwill meet the governor, and if he chooses to reply, that ishis affair."
3.  "So serious, sire, that when the circumstance surprised mein the midst of a family festival, on the very day of mybetrothal, I left my bride and friends, postponingeverything, that I might hasten to lay at your majesty'sfeet the fears which impressed me, and the assurance of mydevotion."
4.  "I think not," replied Chateau-Renaud.
5.  "Hallo!" continued Caderousse, half-rising, and with hisfist on the table, "hallo, Edmond! do you not see yourfriends, or are you too proud to speak to them?"
6.  "The police."


1.  "You said before that you were obliged to leave us,monsieur," said Madame de Villefort, "and you were about totell us why when your attention was called to some othersubject."
2.  "This 25th day of April, 1498, be...Alexander VI., and fearing that not...he may desire to become my heir, and re...and Bentivoglio, who were poisoned,...my sole heir, that I have bu...and has visited with me, that is, in...Island of Monte Cristo, all I poss...jewels, diamonds, gems; that I alone...may amount to nearly two mil...will find on raising the twentieth ro...creek to the east in a right line. Two open...in these caves; the treasure is in the furthest a...which treasure I bequeath and leave en...as my sole heir."25th April, 1498."Caes...
3.  There had been no prisoners confined in the Chateau d'Ifsince the revolution of July; it was only inhabited by aguard, kept there for the prevention of smuggling. Aconcierge waited at the door to exhibit to visitors thismonument of curiosity, once a scene of terror. The countinquired whether any of the ancient jailers were stillthere; but they had all been pensioned, or had passed on tosome other employment. The concierge who attended him hadonly been there since 1830. He visited his own dungeon. Heagain beheld the dull light vainly endeavoring to penetratethe narrow opening. His eyes rested upon the spot where hadstood his bed, since then removed, and behind the bed thenew stones indicated where the breach made by the Abbe Fariahad been. Monte Cristo felt his limbs tremble; he seatedhimself upon a log of wood.
4.  "Yesterday afternoon I received a letter from M. de Morcerf,begging me to attend the opera."
5.  The delay demanded by Beauchamp had nearly expired. Morcerfappreciated the advice of Monte Cristo to let things dieaway of their own accord. No one had taken up the remarkabout the general, and no one had recognized in the officerwho betrayed the castle of Yanina the noble count in theHouse of Peers. Albert, however felt no less insulted; thefew lines which had irritated him were certainly intended asan insult. Besides, the manner in which Beauchamp had closedthe conference left a bitter recollection in his heart. Hecherished the thought of the duel, hoping to conceal itstrue cause even from his seconds. Beauchamp had not beenseen since the day he visited Albert, and those of whom thelatter inquired always told him he was out on a journeywhich would detain him some days. Where he was no one knew.
6.  "Why, do you not recollect the name of the celebrated banditby whom I was made prisoner?"


1.  "Your pardon, sir," replied Villefort, quite astounded, "butyou will excuse me if, when I presented myself to you, I wasunaware that I should meet with a person whose knowledge andunderstanding so far surpass the usual knowledge andunderstanding of men. It is not usual with us corruptedwretches of civilization to find gentlemen like yourself,possessors, as you are, of immense fortune -- at least, soit is said -- and I beg you to observe that I do notinquire, I merely repeat; -- it is not usual, I say, forsuch privileged and wealthy beings to waste their time inspeculations on the state of society, in philosophicalreveries, intended at best to console those whom fate hasdisinherited from the goods of this world."
2.  "Oh, yes; I will listen, monsieur, for I am most curious tohear what explanation you will give. These two gentlemenshall decide between us; but, first, I will state the caseto them. Gentlemen," continued the baroness, "among the tenhorses in the stables of Baron Danglars, are two that belongexclusively to me -- a pair of the handsomest and mostspirited creatures to be found in Paris. But to you, atleast, M. Debray, I need not give a further description,because to you my beautiful pair of dappled grays were wellknown. Well, I had promised Madame de Villefort the loan ofmy carriage to drive to-morrow to the Bois; but when mycoachman goes to fetch the grays from the stables they aregone -- positively gone. No doubt M. Danglars has sacrificedthem to the selfish consideration of gaining some thousandsof paltry francs. Oh, what a detestable crew they are, thesemercenary speculators!"
3.  Chapter 114Peppino.
4.  "Go on, my dear duke, go on -- I listen."
5.   "Sir, you have distracted me; I shall be fined."
6.  "Then it was not in society that I met with mademoiselle oryourself, madame, or this charming little merry boy.Besides, the Parisian world is entirely unknown to me, for,as I believe I told you, I have been in Paris but very fewdays. No, -- but, perhaps, you will permit me to call tomind -- stay!" The Count placed his hand on his brow as ifto collect his thoughts. "No -- it was somewhere -- awayfrom here -- it was -- I do not know -- but it appears thatthis recollection is connected with a lovely sky and somereligious fete; mademoiselle was holding flowers in herhand, the interesting boy was chasing a beautiful peacock ina garden, and you, madame, were under the trellis of somearbor. Pray come to my aid, madame; do not thesecircumstances appeal to your memory?"


1.  "Yes, the servant has given his description. He is a man offrom fifty to fifty-two years of age, dark, with black eyescovered with shaggy eyebrows, and a thick mustache. He wasdressed in a blue frock-coat, buttoned up to the chin, andwore at his button-hole the rosette of an officer of theLegion of Honor. Yesterday a person exactly correspondingwith this description was followed, but he was lost sight ofat the corner of the Rue de la Jussienne and the RueCoq-Heron." Villefort leaned on the back of an arm-chair,for as the minister of police went on speaking he felt hislegs bend under him; but when he learned that the unknownhad escaped the vigilance of the agent who followed him, hebreathed again.
2.  "Then I have leave?"
3.  "No, no," cried the countess; "you must not leave me. Idepend upon you to escort me home. Oh, indeed, I cannotpermit you to go."
4、  He found Edmond lying prone, bleeding, and almost senseless.He had rolled down a declivity of twelve or fifteen feet.They poured a little rum down his throat, and this remedywhich had before been so beneficial to him, produced thesame effect as formerly. Edmond opened his eyes, complainedof great pain in his knee, a feeling of heaviness in hishead, and severe pains in his loins. They wished to carryhim to the shore; but when they touched him, although underJacopo's directions, he declared, with heavy groans, that hecould not bear to be moved.
5、  "Then," said Villefort, more and more amazed, and reallysupposing he was speaking to a mystic or a madman, "youconsider yourself as one of those extraordinary beings whomyou have mentioned?"




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      "You need not fear." Morrel advanced towards Beauchamp andChateau-Renaud, who, seeing his intention, came to meet him.The three young men bowed to each other courteously, if notaffably.

  • 张立飞 08-11

      "I will do everything in my power to carry out your wishes,your excellency. I should be glad, however, to receive yourexcellency's commands concerning the dinner."

  • 爱因斯坦 08-11

       This was another little piece of Italian the baron hadlearned from hearing his daughter sing Italian duets withCavalcanti. But mio caro did not reply. Danglars then openedthe window.

  • 吴楚轩 08-11

      "What do you mean, my lord?"

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    {  "Proceed, sir," said the count.

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      "Horrible!" ejaculated the priest.}

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      "What a singular being you are! -- you will not interfere inanything."

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       "Oh, yes, I heard that."

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    {  "It is he, then."

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      An attendant arose at a sign from a confidential clerk atthe first desk. "Whom shall I announce?" said the attendant.