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The Morals And Manners of the Seventeenth Century Being the Character of La Bru

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The Morals And Manners of the Seventeenth Century Being the Character of La Bru
Jean De La Bruyre
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Coming downstairs from the Louvre he meets some one coming up, takes him by the hand, saying, " You are the very man I want to see ; " and drags him along with him, crosses several courts, goes in and out of several halls, and then, as they retrace their steps, Menalcas looks at the man he has been dragging after him for the last quarter of an hour, and wonders who he is, and what he wants ; he has nothing to say to him, lets him go, and turns the other way. He will often stop to ask you a ques...tion, but is already a long tvay off before you can answer him, or he will ask you how your father is, and when you tell him he is very ill, he exclaims cheerfully how glad he is !
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One morning he orders dinner to be got ready early, as he has important business to attend to; he rises before the fruit is served, and takes leave of the company, but he may be seen that day in all the chief parts of the city, except where he has made the appointment which interfered with his dinner, and obliged him to go out on foot, as he was in too much haste to wait for his car- riage.


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