At that mischievous moment the driver of the cart came

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"I should think so! We got into a scrape together," replied Georges,

At that mischievous moment the driver of the cart came

"about two years ago. Yes, I had to leave Crottat and go to Hannequin

At that mischievous moment the driver of the cart came

in consequence of that affair."

At that mischievous moment the driver of the cart came

"What was it?" asked Godeschal.

"Oh, nothing!" replied Georges, at a sign from Oscar. "We tried to

hoax a peer of France, and he bowled us over. Ah ca! so you want to

"We jockey no one," replied Oscar, with dignity; "there's our

And he presented the famous register, pointing to a place where



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