1 Go ask Belle herself if you don't believe me.
2 Belle Watling was the most notorious of the madams.
3 At least, the police were seldom summoned to Belle's.
4 Strange that Belle's should be the first familiar face she saw.
5 "At Belle Watling's sporting house," said Rhett, looking abashed.
6 I lak ze dear Yankees who so kindly buy ze pie of Madame Belle Mere.
7 She wanted to feel superior and virtuous about Belle but she could not.
8 "Her name Belle Watling," said Uncle Peter, his lower lip beginning to protrude.
9 If her plans went well, she might be on the same footing with Belle and supported by the same man.
10 It was Belle Watling and Scarlett had a glimpse of nostrils distended with dislike before she disappeared again.
11 Everyone knew that a woman of Belle's type couldn't have made enough money by herself to set up such a luxurious establishment.
12 Belle herself presented a prosperous appearance when glimpsed occasionally in her closed carriage driven by an impudent yellow negro.
13 Belle Watling was the red-haired woman she had seen on the street the first day she came to Atlanta and by now, she was easily the most notorious woman in town.
14 She had not seen a professional bad woman since she left Savannah with Ellen more than twenty years before and she wished ardently that she had observed Belle more closely.
15 Many prostitutes had flocked into Atlanta, following the soldiers, but Belle stood out above the rest, due to her flaming hair and the gaudy, overly fashionable dresses she wore.
16 She caught a fleeting glimpse of a head of red curls and saw that creature, Belle Watling, heard her shrill drunken laughter as she clung for support to a one-armed soldier who reeled and staggered.
17 While in town, he spent most of his time gambling in the rooms above the Girl of the Period Saloon, or in Belle Watling's bar hobnobbing with the wealthier of the Yankees and Carpetbaggers in money-making schemes which made the townspeople detest him even more than his cronies.
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