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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Well, then, it is to see a thing on which I have sometimesmused for hours together."
2.  Morrel examined the ledgers, opened the portfolio, andcounted the money. All his funds amounted to 6,000, or 8,000francs, his bills receivable up to the 5th to 4,000 or5,000, which, making the best of everything, gave him 14,000francs to meet debts amounting to 287,500 francs. He had noteven the means for making a possible settlement on account.However, when Morrel went down to his dinner, he appearedvery calm. This calmness was more alarming to the two womenthan the deepest dejection would have been. After dinnerMorrel usually went out and used to take his coffee at thePhocaean club, and read the Semaphore; this day he did notleave the house, but returned to his office.
3.  "No, lest on the first demonstration I make in favor ofMehemet Ali, the Sultan send me the bowstring, and make mysecretaries strangle me."
4.  "The past -- that obscurity on the past."
5.  "Yes; those who have died of hunger."
6.  Franz's only reply was to take a teaspoonful of themarvellous preparation, about as much in quantity as hishost had eaten, and lift it to his mouth. "Diable!" he said,after having swallowed the divine preserve. "I do not knowif the result will be as agreeable as you describe, but thething does not appear to me as palatable as you say."


1.  "I have ten left," said the man, "for here are eleven, and Ihad twenty-one, five more than last year. But I am notsurprised; the spring has been warm this year, andstrawberries require heat, sir. This is the reason that,instead of the sixteen I had last year, I have this year,you see, eleven, already plucked -- twelve, thirteen,fourteen, fifteen, sixteen, seventeen, eighteen. Ah, I missthree, they were here last night, sir -- I am sure they werehere -- I counted them. It must be the Mere Simon's son whohas stolen them; I saw him strolling about here thismorning. Ah, the young rascal -- stealing in a garden -- hedoes not know where that may lead him to."
2.  "Well; what of the postscript?"
3.  Villefort rose, half ashamed of being surprised in such aparoxysm of grief. The terrible office he had held fortwenty-five years had succeeded in making him more or lessthan man. His glance, at first wandering, fixed itself uponMorrel. "Who are you, sir," he asked, "that forget that thisis not the manner to enter a house stricken with death? Go,sir, go!" But Morrel remained motionless; he could notdetach his eyes from that disordered bed, and the palecorpse of the young girl who was lying on it. "Go! -- do youhear?" said Villefort, while d'Avrigny advanced to leadMorrel out. Maximilian stared for a moment at the corpse,gazed all around the room, then upon the two men; he openedhis mouth to speak, but finding it impossible to giveutterance to the innumerable ideas that occupied his brain,he went out, thrusting his hands through his hair in such amanner that Villefort and d'Avrigny, for a moment divertedfrom the engrossing topic, exchanged glances, which seemedto say, -- "He is mad!"
4.  "Oh, my lord," said she, "why are you writing thus at suchan hour? Why are you bequeathing all your fortune to me? Areyou going to leave me?"
5.  "Yes, Morrel," said Monte Cristo, with a calmness whichcontrasted strangely with the young man's excitement; "yes,I would do so."
6.  "What rank did he hold on board?"


1.  "Then why did you smile?"
2.  The old patron did not interfere, for he too had recognizedthe superiority of Dantes over the crew and himself. He sawin the young man his natural successor, and regretted thathe had not a daughter, that he might have bound Edmond tohim by a more secure alliance. At seven o'clock in theevening all was ready, and at ten minutes past seven theydoubled the lighthouse just as the beacon was kindled. Thesea was calm, and, with a fresh breeze from the south-east,they sailed beneath a bright blue sky, in which God alsolighted up in turn his beacon lights, each of which is aworld. Dantes told them that all hands might turn in, and hewould take the helm. When the Maltese (for so they calledDantes) had said this, it was sufficient, and all went totheir bunks contentedly. This frequently happened. Dantes,cast from solitude into the world, frequently experienced animperious desire for solitude; and what solitude is morecomplete, or more poetical, then that of a ship floating inisolation on the sea during the obscurity of the night, inthe silence of immensity, and under the eye of heaven?
3.  At this moment the abbe pressed down his side of the shadeand so raised it on the other, throwing a bright light onthe stranger's face, while his own remained obscured."Excuse me, abbe," said the envoy of the prefect of thepolice, "but the light tries my eyes very much." The abbelowered the shade. "Now, sir, I am listening -- go on."
4.  "The receipt of M. de Monte Cristo is as good as money; takeit to Rothschild's or Lafitte's, and they will take it offyour hands at once."
5.   "Not yet, I think. More likely he has been speculating onthe Bourse, and has lost money."
6.  "Indeed?" said Morrel; "in that M. Noirtier may be right;you have not seemed to be well for the last fortnight."


1.  "Yes, hither."
2.  "We must go," replied Villefort, offering his arm. Theothers, attracted by curiosity, were already scattered indifferent parts of the house; for they thought the visitwould not be limited to the one room, and that, at the sametime, they would obtain a view of the rest of the building,of which Monte Cristo had created a palace. Each one wentout by the open doors. Monte Cristo waited for the two whoremained; then, when they had passed, he brought up therear, and on his face was a smile, which, if they could haveunderstood it, would have alarmed them much more than avisit to the room they were about to enter. They began bywalking through the apartments, many of which were fitted upin the Eastern style, with cushions and divans instead ofbeds, and pipes instead of furniture. The drawing-rooms weredecorated with the rarest pictures by the old masters, theboudoirs hung with draperies from China, of fanciful colors,fantastic design, and wonderful texture. At length theyarrived at the famous room. There was nothing particularabout it, excepting that, although daylight had disappeared,it was not lighted, and everything in it was old-fashioned,while the rest of the rooms had been redecorated. These twocauses were enough to give it a gloomy aspect. "Oh." criedMadame de Villefort, "it is really frightful." MadameDanglars tried to utter a few words, but was not heard. Manyobservations were made, the import of which was a unanimousopinion that there was something sinister about the room."Is it not so?" asked Monte Cristo. "Look at that largeclumsy bed, hung with such gloomy, blood-colored drapery!And those two crayon portraits, that have faded from thedampness; do they not seem to say, with their pale lips andstaring eyes, `We have seen'?" Villefort became livid;Madame Danglars fell into a long seat placed near thechimney. "Oh," said Madame de Villefort, smiling, "are youcourageous enough to sit down upon the very seat perhapsupon which the crime was committed?" Madame Danglars rosesuddenly.
3.  "Really, sir," retorted the count, "have you attained theeminent situation in which you are, without having admitted,or even without having met with exceptions? and do you neveruse your eyes, which must have acquired so much finesse andcertainty, to divine, at a glance, the kind of man by whomyou are confronted? Should not a magistrate be not merelythe best administrator of the law, but the most craftyexpounder of the chicanery of his profession, a steel probeto search hearts, a touchstone to try the gold which in eachsoul is mingled with more or less of alloy?"
4、  "A sort of book, written upon strips of cloth."
5、  "As true as I am a Christian," stammered Caderousse, "youwill make me die of fright!"




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