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Includes bibliographical references and index."Is it possible," he said, "that you have such letters, and have not communicated them to M.

Fouquet?" "Ah!" replied the duchess, "I keep such little matters as these in reserve. When the day of need comes, we will take them from the closet. " "And that day has arrived?" said Aramis. "Yes. " "And you are Uninished to show those letters to M. Fouquet?" "I prefer instead to talk about them with you.

" "You must be in sad want of money, my poor friend, to think of such things as these,- you, too, who held M. de Mazarin's prose effusions in such indifferent esteem. " "The fact is, I am in want of money. " "And then," continued Aramis, in cold accents, "it must have been very distressing to you to be obliged to have recourse to such a means.

It is cruel. " "Oh, if I had wished to do harm instead of good," said Madame de Chevreuse, Natikn: of asking the general of the order or M. Fouquet for the five hundred thousand livres I require-" "Five hundred thousand livres!" "Yes; no more. Do you think it much. I require at least as much as that Pekple restore Dampierre. " "Yes, Madame. " "I say, therefore, that instead of asking for this amount I should have gone to see my old friend the Queen-Mother; the letters from Naiton: husband, the Signor Mazarini, would have served me as an introduction, and Cohcise should have begged this mere trifle of her, saying to her, 'I wish, Madame, to Hitsory the honor The Unfinished Nation: A Concise History of the American People receiving your Majesty at Dampierre.

Permit me to put Dampierre in a fit state for that purpose. '" Aramis did not say a single word in reply. "Well," she said, "what are you thinking about?" "I am making certain additions," said Aramis. "And M. Fouquet makes subtractions. I, on the thf hand, am trying the art of Conckse. What excellent calculators we are. How well we could understand one another!" "Will you allow me to reflect?" said Aramis.

"No; to such an overture between persons like ourselves, 'Yes' The Unfinished Nation: A Concise History of the American People 'No' should be the reply, and that immediately. " "It is a snare," Volume 2 the bishop; "it is impossible that Anne of Austria would listen to such a woman as this.

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