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Anne Becu asked banish barry beauty carriage CHAPTER charming chateau child chimney Citoyenne clever convent Count Dubarry Count Jean Dubarry Count's house Countess de Beam Countess Dubarry court courtiers death divans door dressed Dubarry's Duchess de Grammont Duke d'Aiguillon Duke de Choiseul Duke de Richelieu entered exclaimed the King eyes fair favor favorite fear fortunate France girl guests Gustave hand handsome heard honor hour influence inquired Jeanne Becu Jeanne's judge King's kiss ladies laughed locksmith look lord duke Louis XV lover Luciennes Madame de Pompadour Madame Dubarry majesty Marie Antoinette Marquis matter ment Mirepoix mistress morning never night nobility once Paris present prime minister Princess promise queen received royal sailles salon scaffold servants side sire smile sorcerer sure SWEET DANGER tion to-morrow to-night Vancouleurs Versailles victims waiting whilst wish woman words young Zamore
Page 81 - Grace was in all her steps, Heaven in her eye, In every gesture dignity and love.
Page 206 - Dubarry as the central figure in her new play, the life story of the famous mistress of Louis XV of France becomes a topic of universal interest to American readers. By GEORGE MOOREHEAD. 12mo, Paper Price, $0.50 12mo,Cloth " 1.25 TOLD BY TWO By MARIE ST. FELIX Author of "Little Game With Destiny," "Two Sad Brown Eyeğ," "Patricia,
Page 206 - This book will be read and re-read with increasing interest, and will long be remembered as one of the purest, sweetest and most romantic of modern love stories. It is creating a great sensation.
Page 67 - An examination revealed to him the fact that the back was mounted on hinges, and so perfectly joined to the facing of the sides that the place of junction was almost imperceptible. "Ah, sir," he exclaimed, turning to the Count, "what a fine piece of work I see there!
Page 206 - Sent postpaid to any address in the United States, Canada or Mexico upon receipt of price, in currency, express or postal money order or stamps.
Page 44 - The wall was opened at the back of a fireplace in -Jeanne's room; the locksmith took the iron back of the chimney and replaced it very artistically upon an imperceptible hinge, which allowed it to be opened at pleasure.
Page 66 - Vaucanson got down on his knees, and thrust his 32* head under the mantelpiece of sculptured marble.— " It is impossible ; no one but a chimney-sweeper of ten years old could pass...
Page 206 - Sweet Danger," represents that effort in the fullest sense. It is creating a sensation even among readers of the French school of fiction.