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1  Vampa was twelve, and Teresa eleven.
The Count of Monte Cristo By Alexandre Dumas
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2  Teresa was sixteen, and Vampa seventeen.
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3  Vampa then removed the stone, and Cucumetto came out.
The Count of Monte Cristo By Alexandre Dumas
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4  The steward gave him a gun; this was what Vampa longed for.
The Count of Monte Cristo By Alexandre Dumas
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5  When quite a child, the little Vampa displayed a most extraordinary precocity.
The Count of Monte Cristo By Alexandre Dumas
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6  Proud of this exploit, Vampa took the dead animal on his shoulders, and carried him to the farm.
The Count of Monte Cristo By Alexandre Dumas
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7  Vampa put the two sequins haughtily into his pocket, and slowly returned by the way he had gone.
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8  Time passed on, and the two young people had agreed to be married when Vampa should be twenty and Teresa nineteen years of age.
The Count of Monte Cristo By Alexandre Dumas
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9  Vampa measured the distance; the man was at least two hundred paces in advance of him, and there was not a chance of overtaking him.
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10  Well, Signor Pastrini," said Franz, "now that my companion is quieted, and you have seen how peaceful my intentions are, tell me who is this Luigi Vampa.
The Count of Monte Cristo By Alexandre Dumas
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11  Thus, in all their dreams, their wishes, and their conversations, Vampa saw himself the captain of a vessel, general of an army, or governor of a province.
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12  The host sat down, after having made each of them a respectful bow, which meant that he was ready to tell them all they wished to know concerning Luigi Vampa.
The Count of Monte Cristo By Alexandre Dumas
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13  But Vampa raised his head proudly; as to Teresa, her eyes sparkled when she thought of all the fine gowns and gay jewellery she could buy with this purse of gold.
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14  Vampa, without saying a word, hastened to the stone that closed up the entrance to their grotto, drew it away, made a sign to the fugitive to take refuge there, in a retreat unknown to every one, closed the stone upon him, and then went and resumed his seat by Teresa.
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15  This, however, was nothing to a sculptor like Vampa; he examined the broken stock, calculated what change it would require to adapt the gun to his shoulder, and made a fresh stock, so beautifully carved that it would have fetched fifteen or twenty piastres, had he chosen to sell it.
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16  He was spoken of as the most adroit, the strongest, and the most courageous contadino for ten leagues around; and although Teresa was universally allowed to be the most beautiful girl of the Sabines, no one had ever spoken to her of love, because it was known that she was beloved by Vampa.
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17  The young girl trembled very much at hearing the stories; but Vampa reassured her with a smile, tapping the butt of his good fowling-piece, which threw its ball so well; and if that did not restore her courage, he pointed to a crow, perched on some dead branch, took aim, touched the trigger, and the bird fell dead at the foot of the tree.
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