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Phileas Fogg .. .. i Jean Passepartout .. .. .. .. .6 Well, Mr. Fogg. said be, it sha Lbe so; I will wager ;!4000 on it!! ..T WV l: iV :20 A poor Mendicant !. .. 26 Readers of all classes devoured the news relating to Phileas Fogg .. 30 Detective Fix ........... 53 After vigorously repulsing the fellahs who ottered their assistance .. 39 My Watch? a family Watch! 47 Mr. Fix on the watch .......... 54 They put in at Steamer Point 57 Passepartout, following his usual custom, takes a stroll .... ib. He knocked down two of his Adversaries 66 The Smoke formed into Spiral Columns ...... 70 There they found themselves in the presence of an Admiral ... 76 Passepartout suneasy ride on the back of the Elephant .... 80 Bands of Hindoos of both sexes ... .. .. ..81 It was a Young Woman 85 The Rajah s Guards .......... 92 There was a cry of Terror ......... 96 Passepartout not at all frightened ........ 103 My shoes !cried Passepartout .. .. .. ..113 She showed him the most lively gratitude .. .. ..118 In a fine equipage, drawn by splendid horses, A ouda and Phileas Fogg drove through the rich forest scenery .. .. ..128 He took a hand at everything and astonished the crew .. ..137 In his stroll Passepartout came across a number of old natives ..143 Listen, said Fix in an under tone ....... 149 Is your honour looking for a vessel? .. .. ..156 I regret having nothing better to offer you, said Mr. Fogg to Fix
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