even wonderfully true that as the twig is bent the tree

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succeeded in making the office believe that the marquise might really

even wonderfully true that as the twig is bent the tree

be the widow of a Spanish grandee, to whom his cousin Georges was

even wonderfully true that as the twig is bent the tree

paying his addresses. Born in Mexico, and the daughter of Creole

even wonderfully true that as the twig is bent the tree

parents, this young and wealthy widow was noted for the easy manners

and habits of the women of those climates.

"She loves to laugh, she loves to sing, she loves to drink like me!"

he said in a low voice, quoting the well-known song of Beranger.

"Georges," he added, "is very rich; he has inherited from his father



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