He returned to Canada in October, 1852, and was installed at Joliette.
"It was, perhaps, the cry of some wild beast," suggested Captain Joliette.
As Joliette read the last lines that so completely cleared him, he could not suppress an exclamation of joy.
"They have been here and recently, too," said Captain Joliette.
As he uttered those words, Léon kissed the tips of his fingers to Louise and Joliette, and lightly ran from the salon.
Who is that dark, splendid woman to whom young Joliette seems so devoted?
Captain Joliette, strong man as he was, could not control his emotion; he buried his face in his hands and groaned aloud.
She arose and did as he requested; Joliette, seated at her side, put his arm about her waist.
We followed the count because we wished to aid him in rescuing Captain Joliette.
That man who had saved me from the panther's clutches was Captain Joliette.