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What is implied in the last line of this excerpt from mark twain's "the £1,000,000 bank-note"? as i approached the house my excitement began to abate, for all was quiet there, which made me feel pretty sure the blunder was not discovered yet. i rang. the same servant appeared. i asked for those gentlemen. "they are gone." this in the lofty, cold way of that fellow's tribe.

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