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1  "Sell one of the horses," replied the old woman.
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2  "Take off that veil," said the old woman to Candide.
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3  A modest woman may be ravished once, but her virtue is strengthened by it.
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4  It is not my hand you must kiss," said the old woman; "I shall be back to-morrow.
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5  The good woman made no answer; she returned in the evening, but brought no supper.
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6  The old woman desired they would make less noise and then she left them to themselves.
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7  The old woman supplies a smelling bottle; they come to themselves and recover their speech.
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8  Candide, amazed at all he had suffered and still more with the charity of the old woman, wished to kiss her hand.
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9  Immediately Candide saddled the three horses, and Cunegonde, the old woman and he, travelled thirty miles at a stretch.
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10  The old woman knocked at a little door, it opened, she led Candide up a private staircase into a small apartment richly furnished.
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11  He entered, and saw the whipped Candide, sword in hand, a dead man upon the floor, Cunegonde aghast, and the old woman giving counsel.
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12  The old woman returned very soon, supporting with difficulty a trembling woman of a majestic figure, brilliant with jewels, and covered with a veil.
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13  I praised God for bringing you back to me after so many trials, and I charged my old woman to take care of you, and to conduct you hither as soon as possible.
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14  Candide, Cunegonde, and the old woman, had now reached the little town of Avacena in the midst of the mountains of the Sierra Morena, and were speaking as follows in a public inn.
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15  The next morning the old woman brought him his breakfast, looked at his back, and rubbed it herself with another ointment: in like manner she brought him his dinner; and at night she returned with his supper.
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16  Candide did not take courage, but followed the old woman to a decayed house, where she gave him a pot of pomatum to anoint his sores, showed him a very neat little bed, with a suit of clothes hanging up, and left him something to eat and drink.
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17  In saying this he drew a long poniard which he always carried about him; and not imagining that his adversary had any arms he threw himself upon Candide: but our honest Westphalian had received a handsome sword from the old woman along with the suit of clothes.
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