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 "Ah!" cried Joyeuse, parrying the blow, "I said you were a traitor, and as a traitor you shall die."  Les Quarante-Cinq  
 Just then he felt a pull at the scabbard of his sword.  Les Quarante-Cinq Merrill, Frank Thayer 
 The Forty-Five Guardsmen, Classics Illustrated #113 painted cover Compliments of Classics Central .Com Les Quarante-Cinq  
 Dom Modeste drew a gigantic sabre from its iron scabbard and, brandishing it in the air, cried "Attention!"  Les Quarante-Cinq Merrill, Frank Thayer 
 He turned and saw Rémy, who had just reached a boat.  Les Quarante-Cinq Merrill, Frank Thayer 
 It was before this portrait that the lady knelt with swelling heart.  Les Quarante-Cinq Merrill, Frank Thayer 
 "My! how heavy it is is!" said Samuel.  Les Quarante-Cinq Merrill, Frank Thayer 
 "Navarre! Navarre! Cahors is ours! Long Live Navarre!"  Les Quarante-Cinq Merrill, Frank Thayer 
 She dropped a rose which the prince gallantly hastened to pick up.  Les Quarante-Cinq Merrill, Frank Thayer 
 "You!" cried the lady in turn.  Les Quarante-Cinq Merrill, Frank Thayer 
 With his right hand he drew his knife from its sheath.  Les Quarante-Cinq Merrill, Frank Thayer 
 First page of "Les Quarante-Cinq" Appears in Alexandre Dumas, a Biography and Study by A. Craig BellLes Quarante-Cinq  
 Briquet at the window  Les Quarante-Cinq  
 "I said you were a traitor, and as a traitor you shall die"  Les Quarante-Cinq  

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