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“On May 24 Prince Napoleon said in the presence of Marshal MacMahon, Prosper Merimee, N.W. Senior, and others, that Cavour had done too much or too little; he should have kept Garibaldi back, or given him 5000 men; he had thrown on himself and on “my father-in-law "all the discredit of favouring the enterprise, and he would have been no more blamed and hated if he had given it real support.”
“Maria was the star of the party and I was careful because she seemed to be Ice’s girlfriend but she made it real easy for me.”
“Siler, Mahan's wife, who made it real clear to her that that would not do.”
“So to stick it real bad to both of them, I went off the following weekend with somebody they both couldn’t stand—Rene Cournoyer, who sold gasoline at the Citgo and who would cheat you if you didn’t watch the numbers on the pump.”
“So familiar has been her slight figure slowly moving back and forth to and from her duties through Fulton Street, that it seems I must see her still, at all times ready to pause for a chat, and to involuntarily sigh and speak of the "Gabriel," who on one sad day went out from their home and left it real desolate.”
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