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New Orleans daily crescent. ([New Orleans, La.]) 1851-1866, November 09, 1852, Morning, Image 1

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" Ifyou will not follow, Zalences,remain," he
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the earner. Though I e . s fore, I aoo
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stance hedid not throw any ligh it uponhe affairb
done thit onhi I o l ,
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It woo, the man had pesoed, and I could only
a e shitathdow diminishing along the houses.
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not b me, I hadno doubt; bui-that ciroum
stance did not throw any light upon the affair,
and the whole night I was meditating uponwhat
ourse to pursue. The next moirning I examid
the cloak' more closely. It was' ao rlehe'telvet
mantle, trimmed with valuable fp , an n.eapn
sively embridered `with .gold, The geift*
hce f the m antle tometo me. sinelar
idea. Iput it intommyhop and exhibt it for
ali, putting so high e price upon it; thati*es
not very likely to find a purchaser. My.reason
for thus eaponei the mantle was to soam shrply
any, one who ami askfor it; .for thestltureof
the.unkhown,'w cir I'hllh clearlyteen after the
los of his. cle0 wes so deeply impressed on'
my mihd, "hatI ehkouldhave lmown hfim- pt of
a hundtred. Thebeauty of the -cloak aattretd
a greatmany admirers, but no oneresembling
my stranger; no one seeming inclined to pay
the high price of five hundred ducatla-the price
I had marked lt;bsit, strange itwaes that all
assured me.that.ttherb was not a mantle of =such
value and beauty in liorenee.
It wase gettingneareeveaing -when a young
man who ad.often-msde pumrch ,eseof me, came
tothe shop ahd thr.owng . p,*e of ducats on
the counter, exociimed :
"By heaven, I must have your cloak, even.
though I become a; beslga..l ...
At the same tiinee hbegan i empty the
puree, and pile up the gold eios I, flt..
awkward position,;.I4 baite4'tt sb ý .
the. sels .purpoessoffinding out. my, .nksnt
and thecam cna ~ 'osung hl wi to pythe
eoxrbitast ,price I. asksed-or it. i w
to be done? Icould not help paotlg wih
cloak; and I ire well pleased s'itthe.dther hand
to- be mWell pegdt~g ny i.s ltrsjl tyehtir e.
The young u.man'put' on the Cloak and went
away ; buit lmght inistantly he casme back, and
detaching a paper from the cloak, he threw'it
at me, saying:
"There is something which koes not beiong
to the mantle, I suppose."
I carelessy took the papu and
I read ?pp u nw
"Bring the cloaktphi' evanling , at the same
hour to the bridge f-Ponte VeesIjlo, nes
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l oying gave na dee gratter.tee
t convf.eivo movemente and expired. Mi is tt
no ld ppearano e of et condhetor asled oe,
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dAt the aeolautomed houert . e
f aeanordane to m cuch r a d'opn
that l p red lastn or olt t'he Inthe.da. "t,. .
r ha conused megto home.a I wee fleetd hi
wif I new noteing hh,.. l h i
if I k own no h-.T. .
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F- tiemsble for my ownr.. ltiory '
*ho come to the shop, rape td theeame sotoy; a
SRbl6thonth ortoer. Bob the truth wlsi I.
alone could tell, we' the horr4bj¢
About nogo's, an ofieer a. a . se e
and demanleda pivag
Btgnoi Zalencoe,' est he,- eaohi1' the
ve3ry artiolee whic Ihat ei dot)a og
she 9 uzbetdBotsoo h !b~h~
not. Bute pe ·rg: through.
the h een does !!T,- lrd, who '
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in *aoelk, fsurbcerpttherrdd s olo-were.
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in tentionlys 0
L and teoceover4I o r
w that it wee ,thelove of gold which hat1= -ce
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