AND MAURICE LEBLANC
From the Play by Maurice Leblanc
and Francis de Croisset
Illustrated by H. Richard Boehm
Doubleday, Page & Company
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INTO FOREIGN LANGUAGES, INCLUDING THE SCANDINAVIAN
COPYRIGHT, 1909, BY CURTIS BROWN & MASSIE, NEW YORK
PUBLISHED, OCTOBER, 1909
"'If it's for me, plenty of tea, very little cream, and three lumps of sugar,' he cried in a gay, ringing voice"
"`If it's for me, plenty of tea, very little cream, and three lumps of sugar,' he cried in a gay, ringing voice"
"`I beg you, mademoiselle,' interrupted Guerchard. `We are sometimes obliged—'"
"`Well . . . the coronet . . . is it in this case?' he said in a shaky voice"
"`Stand back hands up!' cried Lupin in a terrible voice, raising his right hand high above his head"