The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre Dumas|
|191 & 192|| If, after pouring twelve drops - instead of ten - into my mouth...|
 When he thought it was time, he tok the knife, prised apart the lips, which offered less resistance than they had the first time, and counted the ten drops one by one.
|136||...that he felt God must finally be taking pity on his suffering an sending him this noise to warn him to stop on the edge of the grave...||and|
|430||The first thing that Albert said on getting up the next day was to sugges that he and Franz went to visit the count.||go|
|913||Only then did he hurry back inside, carefully shutting the door and, like a practised architect, started to study the plan that Andrea had left him.||start|
|1251||Cesare Spada, who purchased his cardinal's hat fromm Pope Alexander IV, was poisoned with his nephew Guido by the pope in 1498||VI|