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 "Diane Alive!" murmered the Baron de Méridor  La Dame de Monsoreau  
 "Diane uttered a feeble cry. The Count's pallor was that of a corpse, while his smile was that of a demon."  La Dame de Monsoreau Allen, A. W. 
 "I respect you monsieur; you were horribly jealous, but you were a brave man."  La Dame de Monsoreau Merrill, Frank Thayer 
 "I was able to distinguish in front of his saddle the form of a woman, and his hand pressed over her mouth."  La Dame de Monsoreau Merrill, Frank Thayer 
 "Jeanne ran away."  La Dame de Monsoreau  
 "Well, Henri, you can read, read this"  La Dame de Monsoreau  
 "You are wounded, my dear monsieur, are you not?"  La Dame de Monsoreau Merrill, Frank Thayer 
 "You will get me killed, madame," said he.  La Dame de Monsoreau Merrill, Frank Thayer 
 "Your highness mistakes your way," said Monsoreau. "True," said the duke, "thank you."  La Dame de Monsoreau  
 A terror he could not resist held François in its clutches.  La Dame de Monsoreau Merrill, Frank Thayer 
 Castle of Fontainebleau  La Dame de Monsoreau  
 Charles de Lorraine, Duke of Mayenne  La Dame de Monsoreau  
 Chicot and Gorenflot  La Dame de Monsoreau Merrill, Frank Thayer 
 Chicot ran over the parchment brought by Pierre de Gondy, his eyes sparkling with joy and pride.  La Dame de Monsoreau Merrill, Frank Thayer 
 He took, or rather, tore, the pen from the count's hand and signed.  La Dame de Monsoreau Merrill, Frank Thayer 
 Upon a little wooden bench backed against the church wall sat Diane.  La Dame de Monsoreau Merrill, Frank Thayer 

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