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The Daily Dispatch: October 11, 1862., [Electronic resource] 68 0 Browse Search
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ined minds would require twelve for.--As for M. Vernay and his 'Systeme,' as he calls it, it is a goks I could prove fraud to be possible. M. Vernay started, turned pale, and turned on me a gla saw a face there was no mistaking — that of M. Vernay. --He was sitting at one of the little, roundly, in an under tone. "I tell you," said Vernay, "it will not do; you always have to ask me ben love with Victorine." "That is serious, Vernay — she was to be yours." "That may be yet., then?" "Yes. Where is the check?" Vernay drew from his pocket-book a blank check, filled not deliberately lie. No, my dear Charles, M. Vernay is an old and tried servant of mine, and I wond." "True." "Let me cast it," said Vernay. He did--520, 346. "Try that, M. War. I can prove it. I posted it, according to M. Vernay's system, in the daily balance-book. " key turn, and I was in black darkness. "M. Vernay! M. Vernay! the door is shut." "I know[24 more...]<