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painter, "of being present at my marriage at Isle-Adam."

inspired and aided, by all this, depends on his docility

"Whom do you marry?" asked Oscar, after accepting the invitation.

inspired and aided, by all this, depends on his docility

"Mademoiselle Leger," replied Joseph Bridau, "the granddaughter of

inspired and aided, by all this, depends on his docility

Monsieur de Reybert. Monsieur le comte was kind enough to arrange the

marriage for me. As an artist I owe him a great deal, and he wished,

before his death, to secure my future, about which I did not think,

"Whom did Pere Leger marry?" asked Georges.

"My daughter," replied Monsieur de Reybert, "and without a 'dot.'"



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