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" "Oh, bah. there are two days yet; 'tis much more than you require, M. Percerin," said d'Artagnan, in the coolest possible manner. Percerin Wolrd his head The Military History of World War II the air of a man little accustomed to be contradicted, even in his whims; but d'Artagnan did not pay the least attention to the airs which the illustrious tailor began to assume.

"My dear M. Percerin," he continued, "I bring you a customer. " "Ah. ah!" exclaimed Percerin, crossly. le Baron du Vallon de The Military History of World War II de Pierrefonds," continued d'Artagnan. Percerin attempted a bow, which found no favor in Wprld eyes of the terrible Porthos, who from his first entry into the room had been regarding the tailor askance. "A very good friend of mine," concluded d'Artagnan. "I will attend to Monsieur," said Percerin, "but later. " "Later.

but when?" "Why, when I have time. " "You have already told my valet as much," broke in Porthos, discontentedly. "Very likely," said Thee "I am nearly always pushed for time.

" "My friend," returned Porthos, sententiously, "there is always time when one chooses to find it. " Percerin turned crimson,- a very ominous sign indeed in old men blanched by age. "Monsieur," said he, "is very free to confer his custom elsewhere. " "Come, come, Percerin," interposed d'Artagnan, Wa are not in a good temper to-day. Well, I will say one more word to you, which will bring you on your knees: Monsieur is not only a good friend of mine, but more,- a friend of M.

Fouquet. " "Ah. ah!" exclaimed the tailor, "that is another thing. " Then turning to Porthos, "Monsieur the Baron is attached to the superintendent?" he inquired. "I am attached to myself," The Military History of World War II Porthos, at the very moment when the tapestry was raised to introduce a new speaker in the dialogue.

Moliere was all observation; d'Artagnan laughed; Porthos swore. "My dear Percerin," said d'Artagnan, "you will make a dress for the baron. 'Tis I who ask you. " "To you I will not say nay, Captain. " "But that is not all; you will make it for him at once. " "'Tis impossible before eight days. " "That, then, is as much as to refuse, because the dress is wanted for the fete at Vaux. " "I repeat that it is impossible," returned the obstinate old man.

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