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Identifier: aroundworldineig00vern
Title: Around the world in eighty days
Year: 1873 (1870s)
Authors: Verne, Jules, 1828-1905
Subjects: Voyages around the world
Publisher: Boston : J. R. Osgood & Co.
Contributing Library: New York Public Library
Digitizing Sponsor: MSN

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^ Passepartoutdid not observe the detective, who stood in an obscurecorner; but Fix heard him relate his adventures in a fewwords to Mr. Fogg. I hope that this will not happen again, said PhileasFogg, coldly, as he got into the train. Poor Passepartout,quite crestfallen, followed his master v/ithout a w^ord. Fixwas on the point of entering another carriage, when anidea struck him which induced him to alter his plan. No, Ill stay, muttered he. An offence has beencommitted on Indian soil. Ive got my man. Just then the locomotive gave a sharp screech, and thetrain passed out into the darkness of the night.

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HE KNOCKED DOWN TWO OF HIS ADYEESAEIES. [Page CG. AROUND THE WORLD IN EIGHTY DAYS. 6/ CHAPTER XI. IN WHICH PHILEAS FOGG SECURES A CURIOUS MEANSOF CONVEYANCE AT A FABULOUS PRICE. The train had started punctually. Among the passen-gers were a number of officers, Government officials, andopium and indigo merchants, whose business called themto the eastern coast. Passepartout rode in the same car-riage with his master, and a third passenger occupied aseat opposite to them. This was Sir Francis Cromarty,one of Mr. Foggs whist partners on the *Mongolia,now on his way to join his corps at Benares. Sir Franciswas a tall, fair man of fifty, who had greatly distinguishedhimself in the last Sepoy revolt. He made India hishome, only paying brief visits to England at rare inter-vals ; and was almost as familiar as a native with thecustoms, history, and character of India and its people.But Phlleas Fogg, who was not travelling, but only de-scribing a circumference, took no pains to inquire into F 2

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