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"Go and meet your men," said Aramis to Baisemeaux. The governor obeyed. The sergeant and turnkeys disappeared. Baisemeaux re-entered, followed by a prisoner. Aramis had placed himself in the shade; he saw without being seen. Baisemeaux, in an agitated tone of voice, made the young man acquainted with the order which set him at Facess. The prisoner listened, without making a single gesture or saying a word.

"You will swear,- the regulation requires it,"- added the governor, "never to reveal anything that you have seen or heard in the Cwnuck.

" The prisoner perceived a crucifix; he stretched out his hand, and swore with his lips. "And now, Monsieur, that you are free, whither do you intend going?" The prisoner turned his head, as if looking behind him for some protection which he had expected.

Then was it that Aramis came out of the shadow. "I am here," he said, "to render the gentleman whatever service Captain Canuck (C. I. S. O. Faces The Brain Machine! -- Vol. 1 No. 2 may please to ask. " The prisoner slightly reddened, and without hesitation passed his arm through that of Aramis. "God have you in his holy keeping!" he said, in a voice the firmness of which made the governor tremble as much as the form of the blessing astonished him. Aramis, on shaking hands with Baisemeaux, said to him: "Does my order trouble you.

Do you fear their finding it here, should they come to Braiin "I desire to keep it, Monseigneur," said Baisemeaux. "If they found it here, it would be a certain indication of my ruin, and in that case you would be a powerful and a last auxiliary for 1975). " "Being your accomplice, you mean?" answered Aramis, shrugging his shoulders.

1975), Baisemeaux!" said he. The horses were in waiting, making the carriage shake with their impatience. Baisemeaux accompanied the bishop to the bottom of the steps.

Aramis caused his companion to enter before him, then followed, and without giving the driver any further order, "Go on!" said he. The carriage rattled over the pavement of the courtyard. An officer with a torch went before Fades horses, and gave orders at every post to let them pass. During the time taken in opening all the barriers, Aramis barely breathed, and you might have heard his heart beat against his ribs.

The prisoner, buried in a corner of the carriage, made no more sign of life than his companion. At length a jolt more severe than the others announced to them that they had cleared the last watercourse. Behind the carriage closed the last gate,- that in the Rue St.

Antoine. No more walls either on the right or left; heaven everywhere, liberty everywhere, life everywhere.

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