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THE AM ERIC AN
hands .f the KeniM-pouts it iU W our ruin ami
our destruction. We shall -rmie a stock ofl'iit-r
and inil.icaMe enciun s. Have you nt linl
tho execritlilo designs i f that Ktmiooiit, with le
garJ to the assiicitttion !ie reoiiiiii-U'l, anl
which, ly an at .-ure.l 1'uta'itv, his race are just
in a condition to realize? Think of the forces
that would rally round these million. There
would be Marsh Simon, acting in the name of
his daughters that is, the nun of the people I -
come a duke, without hein the vainer for n.
which secures his influence with the mob, bec;u
military spirit and I.o.iapartUin s-1 i 1 1 repioem.
in the eyes of the French jK.pulace, the tradii
of national "honor and glory. There would U
Francis Hardy, the liberal, independent, enlight
ened citizen, the type of the great manufacturer,
the friend of progress, the benefactor of his work
men. There would be (labriel 'the good priest,'
as they say! the apostle of the primitive go pel,
the representative of the democracy of the church,
of the poor country curate as opposed to the rich
bishop, the tiller of the vine as opposed to him
who sit-t in the shade of it; the propagator of all
the ideas of fraternity, emancipation, progress
to use their own jargon and that, not in the
name of revo utionary and incendiary poli its,
but in the name of a religion of charity, love and
peace to speak as they speak. There, too, would
be Adrienne de Cardoville, the type of elegance,
grace and beauty, the priestess of the senses,
which she deifits by refining and cultivating
them. I need not tell you of her wit and auda
city; you know them but too well. Xo one could
he more dangerous to us than this creature, a
patrician in blood, a plebian in heart, a poet in
imagination. Then, too, there would he Prince
Djalma, chivalrous, bold, ready for adventure,
knowing nothing of civilized life, implacable in
his life as in his affection, a terrible instrument
for whoever' can make use of him. In tins de
testable family, even such a wretch as Sleepin
bufT, who in himself is of no value, raised and
purified by the contact of these generous and far
from narrow natures (as they call them), might
represent the wo-king class, and take a large
share in the influence of the association. Now
do you not think that if all these people, already
exasperated against us, because (as they say) we
have wished to rob them, should follow the de
testable counsels of this Rennepont should unite
their forces around this immense fortune, which
would strengthen them a hundred-fold do you
not think that, if they declare a deadly war
against us, they will be the most dangerous
enemies that we have ever had? I tell you that
the Company has never been in such serious
peril; yes, it is now a question of life and death.
We must no longer defend ourselves, but lead the
attack, so as to annihilate this accursed race of
Rennepont, and obtain possession of these mil
lions." At this picture, drawn by Rodin with a feverish
animation, which had only the more influence
from its unexpectedness, the princess and Father
d'Aigrigny looked at each other in confusion.
"I confess," said the reverend father to Rodin,
"I had not considered all the dangerous conse
quences of this association, recommended by M.
de Rennepont. I believe that the heirs, from the
characters we know them to be possessed of,
would wish to realize this Utopia. The peril is
great and pressing; what, is to be done?"
"What, sir? You have to act upon ignorant,
heroic, enthusiastic natures like Djalma's sensual
and eccentric characters like Adrienne de Cardo
ville's simple and ingenuous minds like Rose
and Blanche Simon's honest and frank disposi
tions like Francis Hardy's angelic and pure
souls like Gabriel's brutal and stupid instincts
y like Jacques' and can you ask, 'What is to be
"In truth, I do not understand you," said Fath
" I believe it. Your past conduct shows as
much," replied Rodin, contemptuously. " You
have had recourse to the lowest and most
mechanical contrivances, instead of acting upon
the noble and generous passions, which, once
united, would constitute so formidable a bond;
but which, now divided and isolated, are open to
every seduction, every attack! Do yov at length
understand me? Not yet?" added Rodin, shrug
ging his shoulders. "Answer me do people die
of despair? " " Yes."
" May not the gratitude of successful love reach
the last limits of insane generosity?"
" May there not be such horrible deceptions,
that suicide is the only refuge from frightful
"May not the excess of sensuality lead to the
grave bv a slow and voluptuous agony? "
" Are there not in life such terrible circum
stances that the most worldly, the firmest, the
most impious characters, throw themselves blind
ly, overuhelmed with despair, into the anus of
religion, and abandon all earthly greatness for
saokclth, and prayers, md solitude""'
" Are tli re not a thousand occasions in which
read ion of the pHioii works the most extraor
dinary changes, and brings about the most tragic
catu-trophe in the life of man and woman? "
" No doubt "
" Well, then! why ak me, ' What is to be done?'
What would vnu tay, for example, if, before three
months are over, the most dangerous members of
this family of the iJenneponts should come to
implore, upon their knees, admission to that
very Society which they now hold in horror, and
from which (Jabriel has just separated ?"
"Such a conversion i impossible," cried Fath
"Imp ssible'.' What were you, sir, fifteen years
ago?" said llodin. "An iinpiou and debauched
man of the world. And yet you came to us, and
yeur wealth became ours. What! we have con
quered princes, kings, popes; we have absorbed
and extinguished in our unity magnificent intel
ligences, which, from afar, shone with too dazz
ling a light; we have all but governed two worlds;
we have perpetuated our Society, full of life, rich,
and formidable, even to this day, through all the
hate, and all the persecutions that have assailed
us and yet we shall not be able to get the better
of a single family, which threatens our Company,
and has despoiled us of a large fortune? What!
we are not skilful enough to obtain this result
without having recourse to awkward and danger
ous violence? You do not know, then, the im
mense field that is thrown open by the mutually
destructive power of human passions, skilfully
combined, opposed, restrained, excited? particu
larly," added Rodin, with a strange smile, "when,
thanks to a powerful ally, these passions are sure
to be redoubled in ardour and energy."
" What ally?" asked Father d'Aigrigny, who,
us well as the Princess de Saint-Dizier, felt a sort
of admiration mixed with terror.
"Yes," resumed Rf din, without answering the
reverend father; "this formidable ally, who
comes to our assistance, may bring about the
most astonishing transformations make the
coward brave, and the impious credulous, and
the gentle ferocious "
" But this ally ! " cried the Princess, oppressed
with a vague sense of fear. "This great and for
midable ally who is he?"
" If he conies," resumed Rodin, still impassi
ble, "the youngest and most vigorous, every mo
ment in danger of death, will have no advantage
over the sick man at his last grasp.
"But who is this ally?" exclaimed Father
d'Aigrigny, more alarmed, for as the picture be
came darker, Rodin's face became more cadaver
ous. "This ally, who can decimate a population,
may carry away with him in the shroud that he
drags at his heels, the whole of an accursed race;
hut even he must respect the life of that great
intangible body, which does not perish with the
death of its members for the spirit of the
Society of Jesus is immortal !"
"And this ally?"
"Oh ! this ally," resumed Rodin, "who ad
vances with slow steps, and whose terrible com
ing is announced by mournful presentiments "
These words, pronounced by Rodin in an
abrupt voice, made the Princess and Father
d'Aigrigny grow pale and tremble. Rodin's look
was gloomy and chilling, like a spectre's. For
some moments, the silence of the tomb reigned
in the saloon. Rodin was the first to break it.
Still impassible, he pointed with imperious ges
ture to the table, where a few minutes before he
had himself been humbly seated, and said in a
sharp voice to Father d'Aigrigny, " Write ! "
The reverend father started at first with sur
prise; then, remembering that from a superior
he had become an inferior, he rose, bowed lowly
to Rodin, as he passed before him, seated him
self at the table, took the pen, and said, " I am
Rodin dictated, and the reverend father wrote
as follows: "By the mismanagement of the
Reverend Father d'Aigrigny, the affair of the
inheritance of the Rennepont family has been
seriously compromised. The sum amounts to
two hundred and twelve millions. Notwithstand
ing the check we have received, we believe we
may safely promise to prevent these Renneponts
from injuring the Society, and to restore the two
hundred and twelve millions to their legitimate
possessors. We only ask for the most complete
and extensive powers."
A quarter of an hour after this scene. Rod in
left Saint-Dizier House, brushing with his sleeve
the old greasy hat, which he had pulled off to
return the salute of the porter by a very low bow.
To be Continued.)
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