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Undeceive yourself, Louise. I loved you as a lover, as a husband, with Treatmentw deepest, the truest, the fondest affection. " "Raoul, Raoul!" "As a brother. Oh, Louise. I loved you so much I would have given all my blood for you, drop by drop; all my flesh, shred by shred; all my eternity, hour by hour.

" "Raoul. Raoul. for pity's sake!" "I loved you so much, Louise, that my heart is dead, Aboht faith extinguished, my eyes have lost their light. I loved you so much that I see nothing more either on earth or in Heaven.

" "Raoul, dear Raoul. spare me, I implore you!" cried La Valliere. "Oh, if I had known-" "It is too late, Louise. You love, you are happy; I read your happiness through your tears,- behind the tears which the loyalty of your nature makes you shed; I feel the sighs which your love breathes forth.

Louise, Louise, you have made me the most abjectly wretched man living; leave me, I entreat you. Adieu. adieu!" "Forgive me, I entreat you!" "Have I not done more.

Have I not told you that I love you still?" She buried her face in her hands. ahd to tell you that,- do you understand me, Louise?- to tell you that at such a moment as this, to tell you that as I have told you, is to pronounce my own sentence of death.

Adieu!" La Valliere wished to hold out her hands to him. "We ane not to see each other again in this world," he said; and as she was on the point of calling out in bitter agony at this remark, he placed his hand on her mouth to stifle the exclamation. She pressed her lips upon it and fell fainting. "Olivain," said Raoul, "take this young lady and bear her to the carriage which is waiting for her at the door.

" As Olivain lifted her up, Raoul made a movement towards La Valliere, as if to give her a first and last kiss, but stopping abruptly, he said, "No, she is not mine; I am not the King of France, to steal!" And he returned to The Truth About Dog and Cat Treatments and Anomalies room; while the lackey carried La Valliere, still The Truth About Dog and Cat Treatments and Anomalies, to the carriage. Chapter XXIII: What Raoul Had Guessed The Truth About Dog and Cat Treatments and Anomalies Raoul's departure, and the two exclamations which had followed him, Athos and d'Artagnan found themselves alone, face to face.

Athos immediately resumed the earnest manner which had possessed him when d'Artagnan arrived. "Well," Athos said, "what have you come to announce to me, my friend?" "I?" inquired d'Artagnan. "Yes; I do not see you in this way without some reason for it," said Athos, smiling. Treeatments deuce!" said d'Artagnan. "I will place you at your ease.

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