They were brought up together with the children of his German bailiff.
Totski, who was living abroad at this time, very soon forgot all about the child; but five years after, returning to Russia, it struck him that he would like to look over his estate and see how matters were going there, and, arrived at his bailiff’s house, he was not long in discovering that among the children of the latter there now dwelt a most lovely little girl of twelve, sweet and intelligent, and bright, and promising to develop beauty of most unusual quality-as to which lastů
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The bailiff escorted them from the courtroom.
The bailiff was accused of making prejudicial statements to the jury.