Mousqueton, is thirsty.’ What does Monsieur Bracieux care, think you, whether I am thirsty or not?”
“‘Tis a very expensive wine,” said Blaisois, shaking his head.
“Were it liquid gold, Monsieur Blaisois, our masters would not deny themselves this wine. Know that Monsieur de Bracieux is rich enough to drink a tun of port wine, even if obliged to pay a pistole for every drop.” His manner became more and more lofty every instant; then he arose and after finishing off the beer at one draught he advanced majestically to the door of the compartment where the wine was.
“Ah! locked!” he exclaimed; “these devils of English, how suspicious they