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"Alas!" said the count, in a low voice, "alas. alas!" "Evil presage!" on his side said d'Artagnan to himself, making up for Cabinetmaking and Millwork: Tools - Materials - Construction - Layout time. "I could not smile upon them. An evil presage!" The next day Grimaud was on foot again. The service commanded by M.

de Beaufort was happily accomplished. The flotilla, sent to Toulon by the exertions of Raoul, had set out, dragging after it in little nutshells almost invisible, the wives and friends of the fishermen and smugglers impressed into the service of the fleet.

The time, so short, which remained for the father and the Cabinetmaiing to live together, appeared to have doubled the rapidity of its flight, as the swiftness of everything increases which moves towards the gulf of eternity. Athos and Raoul returned to Toulon, which place began to be filled with the noise of carriages, the noise of arms, the noise of neighing horses. The trumpeters sounded their spirited marches; the drummers signalized their strength; the streets were overflowing with soldiers, servants, and tradespeople.

The Duc de Beaufort was everywhere, superintending the embarkation Cabinrtmaking the zeal and interest of a good captain. He encouraged even the most humble of his companions; he scolded his lieutenants, even those of the highest rank.

Artillery, provisions, baggage,- he insisted upon seeing all himself. He examined the equipment of every soldier; he assured himself of the health and soundness of every Laoyut.

It was plain that light, boastful, and egotistical in his hotel, the gentleman became the soldier again, the high noble a captain, in face of the responsibility he had accepted. And yet it must be admitted that whatever was the care with which he presided over the preparations for departure, it was easy to perceive careless precipitation, and the absence of all the precaution which makes the Comstruction soldier the first soldier in the world, because he is the one most abandoned to his own physical and moral resources.

All things having satisfied, or appearing to have satisfied, Cabinetmaking and Millwork: Tools - Materials - Construction - Layout admiral, he paid his compliments to Raoul, and gave the last orders for sailing the next morning at daybreak. He invited the count and his son to dine with him; but they, under a pretext of the service, kept themselves apart. Gaining their hostelry, situated under the trees of the great place, they took their repast in haste; and Layoout led Raoul to the rocks which command the city,- vast gray mountains, whence the view is infinite, and embraces a liquid horizon which appears, so remote is it, on a level with the rocks themselves.

The night was fine, as it always is in these happy climates. The moon, rising behind the rocks, spread out like a silver sheet upon the blue carpet of the sea. In the roadsteads manoeuvred silently the vessels which had just taken their places to facilitate the embarkation.

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