1 When it was ended, a general bustle announced that it was to be immediately succeeded by a solemn and formal assemblage of the nation.
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2 A corporal began to swear before the assemblage.
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3 The room was soon filled with a motley assemblage, from the old gray-headed patriarch of eighty, to the young girl and lad of fifteen.
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4 Through all this motley assemblage, threading her way with the skill of an accomplished rider, there galloped Lucy Ferrier, her fair face flushed with the exercise and her long chestnut hair floating out behind her.
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5 Eustacia had watched the assemblage through the hole; and seeing that now was the proper moment to enter, she went from the "linhay" and boldly pulled the bobbin of the fuelhouse door.
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6 The day on which d'Artagnan presented himself the assemblage was imposing, particularly for a provincial just arriving from his province.
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7 de Treville, the whole assemblage rushed into the cabinet, he not thinking to shut the door against anyone, and all crowded round the wounded man.
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8 It was the place whence proclamations were wont to be made, amidst an assemblage of the magistracy, with all the ceremonial that attended such public observances in those days.
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9 Often, before his captivity, Dantes' mind had revolted at the idea of assemblages of prisoners, made up of thieves, vagabonds, and murderers.
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10 But I was perfectly unacquainted with towns and large assemblages of men.
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