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among all those magnificent horned beasts at the head of which Monsieur le Préfet does us the honour of being seated, him standing at the prow of the splendid herd of the local bovine race, and taking the helm with a clear and watchful eye, while the sails, propelled by the magnificent native draught horse, carry along the straight course of prosperity the man of Champagne, who does not fear its twists and turns The Prisoner of the Buddha, Franquin, Greg, Jidehem.
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