It is more likely that both republicanism and monarchy,

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interrupted. "Alas, you do not know the miseries of a mother who, for

It is more likely that both republicanism and monarchy,

seven years past, has been forced to take a sum of six hundred francs

It is more likely that both republicanism and monarchy,

a year for her son's education from the miserable eighteen hundred

It is more likely that both republicanism and monarchy,

francs of her husband's salary. Yes, monsieur, that is all we have had

to live upon. Therefore, what more can I do for my poor Oscar?

Monsieur Clapart so hates the child that it is impossible for me to

keep him in the house. A poor woman, alone in the world, am I not

right to come and consult the only relation my Oscar has under



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