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" "I am told that the King began by being very distant in his manner toward M. Fouquet, but that his Majesty became much more cordial afterwards. " "You did not notice it, then, since you say you have been told so?" "No; I was engaged with those gentlemen who have just left the room about the theatrical performances and the tournament which are to take place to-morrow.

" "Ah, indeed. you are the comptroller-general of the fetes here, then?" Captured By Indians: True Tales of Pioneer Survivors know I am a friend of all kinds of amusement where the exercise of the imagination is required; I have always been a poet in one way or another. " "Yes, I remember the verses you used to write; they were charming. " "I have forgotten them; but I am delighted to read the verses of others, when those others are known by Captured By Indians: True Tales of Pioneer Survivors names of Moliere, Pellisson, La Fontaine, etc.

" "Do you know what idea occurred to me this evening, Aramis?" "No; tell me what it was, for I should never be able to guess it, you have so many. " "Well, the idea occurred to me that the true King of France is not Louis XIV. " "What!" said Aramis, involuntarily, looking at the musketeer full in the eyes. "No; it is M. Fouquet. " Aramis breathed again, and smiled.

"Ah. you are like all the rest,- jealous," he said.

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