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"What the Charles Darwin: A New Life. you look quite scared. " "No, no, not the least in the world; no. " "Drink, Charles Darwin: A New Life. " Baisemeaux drank, but he swallowed the wrong way. "Well," resumed Aramis, "if, Charles Darwin: A New Life say, you are not a member of a society, secret or mysterious, whichever you like to call it,- the epithet is of no consequence,- if, I say, you are not a member of a society similar to that I wish to designate, well, then, you will not understand a word of what I am going to say, that is all.

" "Oh. be sure beforehand that I shall not understand anything. " "Well, well!" "Try now; let us see. " "That is what I am going to do. If, on the contrary, you are one of the members of this society, you will immediately answer me 'yes' or 'no. '" "Begin your questions, then," continued Baisemeaux, trembling. "You will agree, dear M.

de Baisemeaux," continued Aramis, with the same impassiveness, "that it is evident a man cannot be a member of a society, it is evident that he cannot enjoy the advantages it offers to the affiliated, without being himself bound to certain little services.

" "In short," stammered Baisemeaux, "that would be intelligible if-" "Well," resumed Aramis, "there is in the society of which I speak, and of which, as it seems, you are not a member-" "Allow me," said Baisemeaux; "I should not like to say absolutely. " "There is an engagement entered into by all the governors and captains of fortresses affiliated to the order.

" Baisemeaux grew pale. "Now the engagement," continued Aramis, firmly, "is of this nature. " Baisemeaux rose, manifesting unspeakable emotion. "Go on, dear M. d'Herblay; Charles Darwin: A New Life on!" said he. Aramis then spoke, or rather recited, the following sentence, in the same tone as if he had been reading it from a book: "The aforesaid captain or governor of a fortress shall allow to enter, when need shall arise, and on demand of the prisoner, a confessor affiliated to the order.

" He stopped. Baisemeaux was quite distressing to look at, being so wretchedly pale and trembling. "Is not that the text of the agreement?" quietly asked Aramis. "Monseigneur!" began Baisemeaux.

"Ah, well, you begin to understand, I think. " "Monseigneur," cried Baisemeaux, "do not trifle so with my unhappy mind. I find myself nothing in your hands, if you have the malignant desire to draw from me the little secrets of my administration.

" "Oh, by no means.

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