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Page 24 - Is to her the gods were used to, — Is to grand Greek Aphrodite, Sprung from seas. You are just a porcelain trifle, "Belle Marquise!
Page 23 - Others might have been content with the roseleaf tint and star eyes. Carl Seymour was not. He was a man apt to be a little sarcastic and severe upon women of the world ; and as he watched Kate Davenant, he thought of the marquise again, and wondered if the application was not correct. " You are just a porcelain trifle, Belle Marquise...