virtually forbidden thing is a cause for wonder but not，
"But yesterday, or to-day, I mean?" said Marcasse.
"Oh! yesterday and to-day, nobody, sir; for it is quite two years since M. le Chevalier came here; and as for M. l'Abbe, he never sleeps here, now that he comes alone. He arrives in the morning, has lunch with us, and goes back in the evening."
"But the bed was disarranged," said Marcasse, looking at her attentively.
"Oh, well! that may be, sir," she replied. "I do not know how they left it the last time some one slept here; I did not pay any attention to that as I put on the sheets; all I know is that M. Bernard's cloak was lying on the top."
"My cloak?" I exclaimed. "It was left in the stable."
"And mine, too," said Marcasse. "I have just folded both together and put them on the corn-bin."
"You must have had two, then," replied the servant; "for I am sure I took one off the bed. It was a black cloak, not new."
Mine, as a fact, was lined with red and trimmed with gold lace. Marcasse's was light gray. It could not, therefore, have been one of our cloaks brought up for a moment by the man and then taken back to the stable.
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