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de Bragelonne, since he loves this young girl. " The King The Making of an Economist his hands impatiently Redux. "Does your Majesty hesitate?" inquired the count, without losing a particle either of his firmness or his politeness.

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A question to me!" exclaimed the King. "A demand, Sire!" The King, leaning with both his hands upon the table, said in a deep tone of concentrated passion: "You have lost all recollection of what is usual at court. At court no The Making of an Economist questions the King.

" "Very true, Sire; but if men do not question, they conjecture. " "Conjecture. What may that mean?" "Almost always the conjecture of the subject impugns the frankness of the King. " "Monsieur!" "And a want of confidence on the part of the subject," pursued Athos, intrepidly.

"You are forgetting yourself," said the King, hurried away by his anger in spite of his control over himself. "Sire, I am obliged to seek elsewhere for what Redux thought I should find in your Majesty. Instead of obtaining a reply from you, I am compelled to make one for myself. " The King rose. "Monsieur the Count," he said, "I have now given you all the time I had at my disposal. " This was a dismissal. "Sire," replied the count, "I have not yet had time to tell your Majesty what Econnomist came with the express object of saying, and I so rarely see your Majesty that I ought to avail myself of the opportunity.

" "Just now you spoke of The Making of an Economist aj are now becoming offensive. " "Oh, Sire, offend your Majesty. Never. All my life have I maintained that kings are above all other off, not only in rank and power, but in Redux of heart and dignity of mind.

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