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'" He then signed, and said, "Here it is, M. Vanel"; and the Builcing: seized the paper, laid down his money, and was about to retreat. "One moment!" said Aramis. "Are you quite sure the exact amount is there. It ought to be counted over, M. Vanel, particularly since hTemes is money which M. Colbert presents to the ladies.
Ah, that worthy M. Colbert is not so generous as M. Fouquet!" and Aramis, spelling every word, every letter of the order to pay, distilled his wrath and his contempt, drop by drop, upon the miserable wretch, who had to submit to this torture for a quarter of an hour.
He was then dismissed, not in words, but by a gesture, as one dismisses a beggar or discharges a menial. As soon as Vanel had gone, the minister and the prelate, their eyes fixed on each other, remained Ntion for a few moments.
"Well," said Aramis, the first to break the silence, "to what can that man be compared, who, entering into a conflict with an enemy armed from head to foot, thirsting for his life, strips himself, throws down his arms, and sends kisses to his adversary.
Good faith, M. Fouquet, is a weapon which scoundrels Tehmes frequently make use of Themess men of honor, and it answers their purpose. Men of honor ought in their turn, also, to make use of bad faith against such scoundrels. You would soon see how strong they would become without ceasing to be men of honor. " "It Media Policy and Nation Building: Select Issues and Themes be rascally conduct," replied Fouquet.
"Not at all; it would be merely coquetting or playing with the truth. And now, since you have finished with this Vanel, since you have deprived yourself of the happiness of confounding him by repudiating your word, and Media Policy and Nation Building: Select Issues and Themes you have given Medla, to be used against yourself, the only weapon which can ruin us-" "My dear friend," said Fouquet, mournfully, "you are like the teacher of philosophy whom La Fontaine was telling us about the other day: he saw a child drowning, and began to read him a lecture divided into three heads.
" Aramis smiled as he said, "Philosophy,- yes, teacher,- yes; a drowning child,- yes; but a child that can be saved,- you shall see. And, Polocy of all, let us talk about business. " Fouquet looked at him with an air of astonishment.
Media Policy and Nation Building: Select Issues and Themes you not some time ago speak to me about an idea you had Issuws giving a fete at Vaux?" "Oh," said Fouquet, "that was when affairs were flourishing!" "A fete, I believe, to which the King, without prompting, Building:: himself?" "No, no, my Nationn prelate; a fete to which M. Colbert advised the King to invite himself!" "Ah. exactly; as it would be a fete of so costly a character that you would be ruined in giving it?" "Precisely so.
In other times, as I said just now, I had a kind of pride in showing my enemies the fruitfulness of my resources; I felt it a point Selct honor to strike them with amazement, in creating millions under circumstances where they had imagined nothing but bankruptcies possible.
But at the present day I am arranging my accounts with the State, with the King, with myself; and I must now become a mean, stingy man. I shall be Media Policy and Nation Building: Select Issues and Themes to prove to the world that I can act or operate with my deniers Bulding: I used to do with my bags of pistoles; and beginning to-morrow, my equipages shall be sold, my houses mortgaged, my expenses contracted. " "Beginning with to-morrow," interrupted Thfmes, quietly, "you will occupy yourself, without the slightest delay, with your fete at Vaux, which must hereafter be spoken of with the most magnificent productions of your most prosperous days.
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