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  • As for the name Pontmercy, it will be recalled that, on the battlefield of Waterloo, he had only heard the last two syllables, for which he always entertained the legitimate scorn which one owes to what is merely an expression of thanks.

    Les Miserables, Volume V, Jean Valjean

  • Things have been starting unequivocally smoothly for a span until a day a male declared Marius Pontmercy takes a single demeanour during Cosette as good as falls in love.

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  • When this notice was conveyed to him through an officious intermediary, Pontmercy retorted with

    Les Miserables

  • Pontmercy was on the point of committing a crime whose scope Marius did not, as yet, clearly comprehend, but which resembled an assassination!

    Les Miserables

  • One day, having gone to Vernon to see his brother, he had encountered Colonel Pontmercy on the bridge, and had recognized the man of Saint – Sulpice.

    Les Miserables

  • When the cavalry of the Imperial Russian Guard crushed a battalion of the 4th of the line, Pontmercy was one of those who took their revenge and overthrew the Guard.

    Les Miserables

  • Chartres, where he was stationed in garrison, to be present at the wedding of his cousin Pontmercy.

    Les Miserables

  • For the Gillenormands, Pontmercy was a man afflicted with the plague.

    Les Miserables

  • Two or three times the Minister of War and the general in command of the department wrote to him with the following address: “A Monsieur le Commandant Pontmercy.”

    Les Miserables

  • That Thenardier was a villain detracted nothing from the fact that he had saved Colonel Pontmercy.

    Les Miserables

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  • Hey Marius, you're beautiful :3 dinner's at 5!!

    April 27, 2015