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Page 120 - Oh, my God ! my God ! what shall I do, what shall I do ! — This so surprised Bancroft, that, notwithstanding the moment did not very well accord with flashes of humour, yet he could not refrain from addressing — " Ehbien! Mons. Volney ! vous avez done un Dieu a present.'' Well, Mr. Volney ! — what you have a God now!