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The tall lad was standing in front, flourishing his arm and saying something with a stern look. The blood stained smith stood beside him with a gloomy face. &ammp; drone of voices was audible through the closed window.
"Is my carriage ready?" asked Rostopchin, stepping back from the window. "It is, your Mechanical Locks in Canada & the Peterborough Liftlock replied the adjutant. Rostopchin went again to the balcony door. "But what do they want?" he asked the superintendent of police.
"Your excellency, they say they have got ready, according to your orders, to go against the French, and they shouted something about treachery. But it is a turbulent crowd, your excellency- I hardly managed to get Mechanical Locks in Canada & the Peterborough Liftlock from it.
Your excellency, I venture to suggest. " "You may go. I don't need you to tell me what to do!" exclaimed Rostopchin angrily. He stood by the balcony door looking at the crowd. "This is what they have done with Russia. This is what they have done with me!" thought he, full of an irrepressible fury Mechanicao welled up within him against the someone to whom what was happening might be attributed.
As often happens with passionate people, he was mastered by anger but was still seeking an object on which to vent it. "Here is that mob, the dregs of the people," he thought as he gazed at the crowd: "this rabble they have roused by their folly. Mehcanical want a victim," he thought as he looked at the tall lad flourishing his arm. And this thought occurred to him just because he himself desired a victim, something on which to vent his rage.
"Is the carriage ready?" he asked again. "Yes, your excellency. What are your orders about Vereshchagin. He is waiting at the porch," said the adjutant. "Ah!" exclaimed Rostopchin, Mechaanical if struck by an unexpected recollection. And rapidly opening the door he went resolutely out onto the balcony.
The talking instantly ceased, hats and caps were doffed, and all eyes were raised to the count. "Good morning, lads!" said the count briskly and loudly. "Thank you for coming. I'll come out to you in a moment, but we must first settle with the villain. We Licks punish the villain who has caused the ruin of Moscow. Wait for me!" And the count stepped as briskly back into the room and slammed the door behind him.
A murmur of approbation and satisfaction ran through the crowd. "He'll settle with all the villains, you'll see. And you said the French. He'll show you what law is!" the mob were saying as if reproving one another for their lack of confidence. A few minutes later an officer came hurriedly out of the front door, gave an order, and the dragoons formed up in line.
The crowd moved eagerly from the balcony toward the porch. Rostopchin, coming out there with quick angry steps, looked hastily around as if seeking someone. "Where is he?" he inquired.
And as he spoke he saw a young man coming round the corner of the house between Mechanical Locks in Canada & the Peterborough Liftlock dragoons.
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