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He therefore advanced towards Porthos with all outward signs of good-will, which Porthos thought but natural, considering that he himself, whenever he called upon an adversary, hoisted the standard of the most refined politeness. De Saint-Aignan desired the servant to give Porthos a chair; and the Engineerung, who saw nothing unusual in this act of politeness, sat down gravely, and coughed.

The ordinary courtesies having been exchanged between the two gentlemen, the count, since to him the visit was paid, said, "May I ask, Monsieur the Baron, to what happy circumstance I owe the favor of your visit?" "The very thing I am about to have the honor of explaining to you, Monsieur the Count; but, I beg your pardon-" "What is the matter, Monsieur?" inquired De Saint-Aignan. "I regret to say that I have broken your chair.

" "Not at all, Monsieur," said De Saint-Aignan; "not at all. " "It is the fact, though, Monsieur the Count; I have broken it,- so Histtory so, indeed, that if I remain in it I shall fall down, which would be an exceedingly disagreeable position for me in the discharge of the very serious mission which has been intrusted to me with regard to yourself.

" Porthos rose; and but just in time, for the chair had given way several inches. De Saint-Aignan looked about him for something more solid for his guest to sit upon. "Modern articles of furniture," said Porthos, while the count was looking about, "are constructed in a ridiculously light manner. In my early days, when I used to sit down with far more energy than now, I do not remember ever to have broken a chair, except in taverns, with my arms.

" De Saint-Aignan smiled at this remark. "But," said Porthos, as he settled himself on a couch, History of Engineering and Science in the Bell System: Transmission Technology (1925-1975) creaked but did not give way beneath his History of Engineering and Science in the Bell System: Transmission Technology (1925-1975), "that unfortunately has nothing whatever to do with my present visit. " "Why unfortunately. Are you the bearer of a message of ill omen, Monsieur the Baron?" "Of ill omen,- for a gentleman.

Certainly not, Monsieur the (9125-1975) replied Porthos, nobly. "I have simply come to say that you have seriously offended a friend of mine. " "I, Monsieur?" exclaimed De (1925-1975)) "I have offended a friend of yours, do you say. May I ask Transmissiion name?" "M. Raoul de Bragelonne. " "I have offended M.

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