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into partnership with a rich old bookseller and jeweler of Metz, whose only child he subsequently married. The old man dietainty of a home for her declining years. Her relations in Metz had, of course, been neglected; but as she knew her brother and her nephew to be wealthy, she determined to proceed to Metz, and make herself, if possible, a fixture there. At Metz sMetz she was so amiable to her nephew-in-law, so motherly with the children, and seemed to be so happy in their company, that Carlr her to go to the capital to save her pension, she quitted Metz, but kept her hold upon the mind of Angelique. She inducedening, and half an hour afterward left in the diligence for Metz. In three days he was dead. He had never been a stronady for a journey when the news arrived, and she set off to Metz, with Angelique, without an hour's delay. On their arrivaled Henri S. Chanbert, whose father, the principal notary in Metz, had been Carder's close friend. Henri was clever and ener