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At least you dont speak well of him.

The abbess listened more attentively, grew animated by degrees, and smiled.

And you have reason, for she is much to be pitied. Imprisonment, menaces, ill treatment-she has suffered everything. But after all,resumed the abbess, Monsieur Cardinal has perhaps plausible motives for acting thus; and though she has the look of an angel, we must not always judge people by the appearance.

Ah,said Milady, with a sigh, if she loves she is not altogether wretched.

At what?said Milady, with the utmost ingenuousness.

Then,said the abbess, looking at Milady with increasing interest, I behold another poor victim?

But she was greatly embarrassed. She did not know whether the abbess was a royalist or a cardinalist; she therefore confined herself to a prudent middle course. But the abbess, on her part, maintained a reserve still more prudent, contenting herself with making a profound inclination of the head every time the fair traveler pronounced the name of his Eminence.

She then went on to describe the persecutions exercised by the cardinal upon his enemies. The abbess only crossed herself, without approving or disapproving.

Milady began to think she should soon grow weary of a convent life; she resolved, then, to risk something in order that she might know how to act afterward. Desirous of seeing how far the discretion of the good abbess would go, she began to tell a story, obscure at first, but very circumstantial afterward, about the cardinal, relating the amours of the minister with Mme. dAiguillon, Marion de Lorme, and several other gay women.

Whither should I go? Do you believe there is a spot on the earth which the cardinal cannot reach if he takes the trouble to stretch forth his hand? If I were a man, that would barely be possible; but what can a woman do? This young boarder of yours, has she tried to fly?

That is because I am not his friend,said she, sighing, but his victim

This confirmed Milady in her opinion that the abbess was rather royalist than cardinalist. Milady therefore continued, coloring her narrations more and more.

I am very ignorant of these matters,said the abbess, at length; but however distant from the court we may be, however remote from the interests of the world we may be placed, we have very sad examples of what you have related. And one of our boarders has suffered much from the vengeance and persecution of the cardinal

And you have reason, for she is much to be pitied. Imprisonment, menaces, ill treatment-she has suffered everything. But after all,resumed the abbess, Monsieur Cardinal has perhaps plausible motives for acting thus; and though she has the look of an angel, we must not always judge people by the appearance.

Then,said the abbess, looking at Milady with increasing interest, I behold another poor victim?

Alas,said Milady, I know it is so. It is said that we must not trust to the face; but in what, then, shall we place confidence, if not in the most beautiful work of the Lord? As for me, I shall be deceived all my life perhaps, but I shall always have faith in a person whose countenance inspires me with sympathy.

Milady began to think she should soon grow weary of a convent life; she resolved, then, to risk something in order that she might know how to act afterward. Desirous of seeing how far the discretion of the good abbess would go, she began to tell a story, obscure at first, but very circumstantial afterward, about the cardinal, relating the amours of the minister with Mme. dAiguillon, Marion de Lorme, and several other gay women.

Good,thought Milady; she takes a pleasure in my conversation. If she is a cardinalist, she has no fanaticism, at least.

You would, then, be tempted to believe,said the abbess, that this young person is innocent?

Permit me, madame, to express my surprise,said the abbess.

Then,said the abbess, looking at Milady with increasing interest, I behold another poor victim?

She then went on to describe the persecutions exercised by the cardinal upon his enemies. The abbess only crossed herself, without approving or disapproving.

Alas, yes,said Milady.

But this letter in which he recommends you to me?

That is because I am not his friend,said she, sighing, but his victim

Alas,said Milady, I know it is so. It is said that we must not trust to the face; but in what, then, shall we place confidence, if not in the most beautiful work of the Lord? As for me, I shall be deceived all my life perhaps, but I shall always have faith in a person whose countenance inspires me with sympathy.

Then,said the abbess, looking at Milady with increasing interest, I behold another poor victim?

Then,said the abbess, looking at Milady with increasing interest, I behold another poor victim?

I am very ignorant of these matters,said the abbess, at length; but however distant from the court we may be, however remote from the interests of the world we may be placed, we have very sad examples of what you have related. And one of our boarders has suffered much from the vengeance and persecution of the cardinal

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