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Des Grassins, hearing of his return, of his approaching marriage andhis large fortune, came to see him, and inquired about the threehundred thousand francs still required to settle his father's debts.He found Grandet in conference with a goldsmith, from whom he hadordered jewels for Mademoiselle d'Aubrion's /corbeille/, and who wasthen submitting the designs. Charles had brought back magnificentdiamonds, and the value of their setting, together with the plate andjewelry of the new establishment, amounted to more than two hundredthousand francs. He received des Grassins, whom he did not recognize,with the impertinence of a young man of fashion conscious of havingkilled four men in as many duels in the Indies. Monsieur des Grassinshad already called several times. Charles listened to him coldly, andthen replied, without fully understanding what had been said to him,,"My father's affairs are not mine. I am much obliged, monsieur, forthe trouble you have been good enough to take,,by which, however, Ireally cannot profit. I have not earned two millions by the sweat ofmy brow to fling them at the head of my father's creditors.""But suppose that your father's estate were within a few days to bedeclared bankrupt?" w1g 6pu

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"Monsieur, in a few days I shall be called the Comte d'Aubrion; youwill understand, therefore, that what you threaten is of noconsequence to me. Besides, you know as well as I do that when a manhas an income of a hundred thousand francs his father has /neverfailed/." So saying, he politely edged Monsieur des Grassins to thedoor.

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At the beginning of August in the same year, Eugenie was sitting onthe little wooden bench where her cousin had sworn to love hereternally, and where she usually breakfasted if the weather were fine.The poor girl was happy, for the moment, in the fresh and joyoussummer air, letting her memory recall the great and the little eventsof her love and the catastrophes which had followed it. The sun hadjust reached the angle of the ruined wall, so full of chinks, which noone, through a caprice of the mistress, was allowed to touch, thoughCornoiller often remarked to his wife that "it would fall and crushsomebody one of these days." At this moment the postman knocked, andgave a letter to Madame Cornoiller, who ran into the garden, cryingout:

"Mademoiselle, a letter!" She gave it to her mistress, adding, "Is itthe one you expected?"

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