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The Count of Monte Cristo
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  • This new cargo was destined for the coast of the Duchy of Lucca, and consisted almost entirely of Havana cigars, sherry, and Malaga wines.
  • But Andrea drew a cigar-case from his pocket, took a Havana, quietly lit it, and began smoking.
  • "Oh, take it—take it," said the count; "Haidee is almost as civilized as a Parisian; the smell of an Havana is disagreeable to her, but the tobacco of the East is a most delicious perfume, you know."

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