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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Say on."
2.  "What may that be?"
3.  "What do you mean? -- of whom do you speak? Was it theEnglishman who carried off 3,000 crowns from here the otherday?"
4.  "I believe so."
5.  "No, my boy, no," said Caderousse. "I am not in any want,thank God, my living is suited to my means. Keep your money-- keep it, I say; -- one never has too much; -- but, at thesame time, my boy, I am as much obliged by your offer as ifI took advantage of it."
6.  "And in what manner has this congeniality of mind beenevinced?"


1.  "Oh, yes," said the count, "you are looking for thesailors."
2.  "But," continued Morcerf, "a propos of Danglars, -- we havestrangely wandered from the subject. We were speaking of asuitable habitation for the Count of Monte Cristo. Come,gentlemen, let us all propose some place. Where shall welodge this new guest in our great capital?"
3.  To Danglars Monte Cristo also wrote, requesting him toexcuse the whimsical gift of a capricious millionaire, andto beg the baroness to pardon the Eastern fashion adopted inthe return of the horses.
4.  "I shall stay here for a few days longer; we must accustomourselves to parting. I want recommendations and someinformation relative to Africa. I will join you again atMarseilles."
5.  "Exactly; that was the title."
6.  "You shall know it now, then," said Monte Cristo, listening.


1.  "What has become of him? Why, he left Marseilles, and wastaken, on the recommendation of M. Morrel, who did not knowhis crime, as cashier into a Spanish bank. During the warwith Spain he was employed in the commissariat of the Frencharmy, and made a fortune; then with that money he speculatedin the funds, and trebled or quadrupled his capital; and,having first married his banker's daughter, who left him awidower, he has married a second time, a widow, a Madame deNargonne, daughter of M. de Servieux, the king'schamberlain, who is in high favor at court. He is amillionaire, and they have made him a baron, and now he isthe Baron Danglars, with a fine residence in the Rue deMont-Blanc, with ten horses in his stables, six footmen inhis ante-chamber, and I know not how many millions in hisstrongbox."
2.  "But do you see to what you are exposing yourself?" said thebaroness. "If, perchance, M. de Morcerf came, he would findM. Cavalcanti in that room, where he, the betrothed ofEugenie, has never been admitted."
3.  The next day M. Noirtier sent for the notary; the first willwas torn up and a second made, in which he left the whole ofhis fortune to Valentine, on condition that she should neverbe separated from him. It was then generally reported thatMademoiselle de Villefort, the heiress of the marquis andmarchioness of Saint-Meran, had regained the good graces ofher grandfather, and that she would ultimately be inpossession of an income of 300,000 livres.
4.  Monte Cristo turned to Albert. "Do you know modern Greek,"asked he.
5.   "Come, magistrate," said M. d'Avrigny, "show yourself a man;as an interpreter of the law, do honor to your profession bysacrificing your selfish interests to it."
6.  "Have we come to any?"


1.  The Carnival was to commence on the morrow; therefore Alberthad not an instant to lose in setting forth the programme ofhis hopes, expectations, and claims to notice. With thisdesign he had engaged a box in the most conspicuous part ofthe theatre, and exerted himself to set off his personalattractions by the aid of the most rich and elaboratetoilet. The box taken by Albert was in the first circle;although each of the three tiers of boxes is deemed equallyaristocratic, and is, for this reason, generally styled the"nobility's boxes," and although the box engaged for the twofriends was sufficiently capacious to contain at least adozen persons, it had cost less than would be paid at someof the French theatres for one admitting merely fouroccupants. Another motive had influenced Albert's selectionof his seat, -- who knew but that, thus advantageouslyplaced, he might not in truth attract the notice of somefair Roman, and an introduction might ensue that wouldprocure him the offer of a seat in a carriage, or a place ina princely balcony, from which he might behold the gayetiesof the Carnival? These united considerations made Albertmore lively and anxious to please than he had hitherto been.Totally disregarding the business of the stage, he leanedfrom his box and began attentively scrutinizing the beautyof each pretty woman, aided by a powerful opera-glass; but,alas, this attempt to attract notice wholly failed; not evencuriosity had been excited, and it was but too apparent thatthe lovely creatures, into whose good graces he was desirousof stealing, were all so much engrossed with themselves,their lovers, or their own thoughts, that they had not somuch as noticed him or the manipulation of his glass.
2.  "Thanks, monsieur," returned Monte Cristo, "my steward hasorders to take a box at each theatre."
3.  "No."
4、  "He will be here to-night."
5、  "Come," said Andrea, "what do want?"




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