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� "Mr. Norman?" � � � The Duke took her back to Lowernberg, where M. de Mun, who had preceded them, had already taken the fatal news to Mme. de Tess茅. She received her brother and niece with transports of grief and affection, and did everything she could to comfort them. The list of victims in the paper from Paris contained the names of the Mar茅chal de Noailles, the Duchesse d鈥橝yen and the Vicomtesse de Noailles, but it was some time before they could get any details. 天天色,天天干,天天操,天天射,天天好逼网,天天色综合网 "And you're going to see her again, to-night?" � It was naturally impossible that Mme. de Genlis should be a conspicuous member of the Orl茅ans household and yet not mix herself up with intimacies and friendships amongst the Revolutionists, especially as some of them at that time had not shown themselves in their true colours. She corresponded with Bar猫ze, who wrote to her about her books, and whose letters were full of the simple life of the peasants and the beauties of nature in the Pyrenees, but who soon developed into one of the monsters of the Terror. She could not be blamed for that, as she did not know his real character; but the same cannot be said with regard to her friendship with P茅tion, whom she received in her salon and for whom she declared that up to the time of the King鈥檚 murder she had 鈥渁 true esteem.鈥?Now P茅tion was a vulgar, brutal ruffian, as any one knows who has read the account of his behaviour during the miserable affair of the return of the royal family from Varennes; and yet after that she accepted his escort to England, and said that she 鈥渞emained persuaded that he had a most honest, upright soul, and the most virtuous principles.鈥?There are some people who make the very names of virtue and duty obnoxious to one, and of this number was certainly Mme. de Genlis. In spite of her outcries about the injustice and falsehood of the suspicions and odium attached to her concerning her conduct at this time, and causing her afterwards considerable annoyance and difficulties, her friendships with and praises of such characters as Philippe-茅galit茅, P茅tion, and others, added to the way in [425] which she displayed her rejoicing in the earlier excesses of the Revolutionary party, and her constant association with the authors of the disgraceful libels and attacks upon the Queen and royal family, amply justified whatever might be said against her. Jack told her the story of Miriam and Bobo鈥攚ith reservations. 鈥淎 rose does not seem to me particularly barbarous. But who do you give it to?鈥?