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e offices, took me over to the house. "My daughter, Mr. Wardes; Victorine, my dear, Mr. Wardes, a nephew of mine." Mr. Wardes, a nephew of mine." I looked at my cousin once and again — she was worth looking at — a most singular mixture of races was visible in her face.n I shall, I dare say, M. Vernay." "Let me hope not, M. Wardes; you are a young man yet — quite a young man." "That it," said Vernay. He did--520, 346. "Try that, M. Wardes. I do not make it correct; I make it more." I cast ystem, in the daily balance-book. " "It is 520 here, M. Wardes." He handed the book to my uncle. The door opened. ois, what is it?" "Only that I shall give this to Monsieur Wardes. I have found it in his chamber." He held out a r the other clerk and my uncle had gone, and said: "M. Wardes, we have been looking at the accounts of Madame la Marquiong gas-light, trying to read them. "Can I help you, M. Wardes?" "No, thank you, I've just done." I put up the<