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" Dieu ! to be left thus in my old age to the mercy of this vulgar creature. I, who was so much adored. Imbecile ! Why don't you go on, Henriette ? I shall faint if you don't take care. "
King's Revoke: An Episode in the Life of Patrick Dillon - Page 118
by Margaret Louisa Woods - 1906 - 334 pages
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The Cornhill Magazine, Volume 18; Volume 91

George Smith - 1905
...the saucer flying. ' There, there ! Clumsy fool, now you have inundated me. Ah, mon Dieu, mon Dieu ! to be left thus in my old age to the mercy of this...horrid howling was heard without. ' Oh, the little tou-tou ! The dear little cabbage ! No, poor andmama is too ill to see him. Bun, Henriette ! Don't...
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