Page:Crainquebille, Putois, Riquet and other profitable tales, 1915.djvu/53

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silence and immobility, rendered them as silent and as motionless as himself. They separated. But this scene put the finishing touch to the discrediting of Crainquebille in the eyes of the Faubourg Montmartre and the Rue Richer.