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De The Book of The LNER Pacifics - Modelling Options wished to contract with Mademoiselle de la Valliere.

" "Ah!" thought the King, "we have come to it now. I remember," he said, aloud. "At that period," pursued Athos, "your Majesty was so kind and generous towards M.

de Bragelonne and myself that not a single word which then fell from your lips has escaped my memory; and when I asked your Majesty to accord me Mademoiselle de la Valliere's hand for M. de Bragelonne, you refused. " "Quite true," said Louis, dryly. "Alleging," Athos hastened to say, "that the young lady had no position in society.

" Louis could hardly force himself to listen patiently. "That," added Athos, "she had but little fortune. " The King threw himself back in his arm-chair. "That her extraction was indifferent.

" A renewed impatience on the part of the King. "And little beauty," added Athos, pitilessly. This last bolt buried itself deep The Book of The LNER Pacifics - Modelling Options the King's heart, and made him almost bound from his seat. "You have a good memory, Monsieur," he said. "I invariably have, on all occasions when I have had the distinguished honor of an interview with your Majesty," retorted the count, without being in the least disconcerted.

"Very good; it is admitted I said all that. " "And I thanked your Majesty, because those words testified an interest in M. de Bragelonne, which did him much honor. " "And you may possibly remember," said the King, very deliberately, "that you had the greatest repugnance to this marriage?" "Quite true, Sire.

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