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Luxury-Gluttony

two of the seven cardinal sins

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Author: Eugène Süe (Joseph Marie Eugène Sue)
Published: 1899
Language: English
Wordcount: 96,845 / 289 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 57.1
LoC Category: PQ
Downloads: 620
Added to site: 2010.11.13
mnybks.net#: 29568
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the parlour window the altercation between the visitor and the porter, hastily descended the staircase, and, eagerly approaching M. Pascal, said to him in excellent French, with a sympathetic tone:

"Ah, monsieur, his Royal Highness will, I am sure, be much grieved by this misunderstanding. Do me the honour to follow me; I will introduce you at once. I have just received orders from monseigneur concerning you, sir."

M. Pascal bowed his head in assent, and followed the aid-de-camp, leaving the porter amazed and afflicted by his own want of address.

When M. Pascal and his guide arrived in the chamber of waiting, where other officials were congregated, the young officer said:

"The audience of his Royal Highness is crowded this morning, because the review detained monseigneur much longer than he expected, so, desiring to make you wait as short a time as possible, he has ordered me to conduct you, upon your arrival, into a chamber adjoining his private office, where his Royal Highness wi

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