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It had remained fitted with its old furniture, was always for sale or to let, and the ten or a dozen people who passed through the Rue Plumet were warned of the fact by a yellow and illegible bit of writing which had hung on the garden wall since 1819.

There was an affair that promised well in the Rue Plumet, a deserted street, an isolated house, an old rotten gate on a garden, and lone women.

He had not thought of that girl a single time since the day when she had conducted him to the Rue Plumet, he had not seen her again, and she had gone completely out of his mind.

He turned hastily aside, quitted the boulevard, changed his course and went to the Rue Plumet through the Rue Monsieur.

After the evening of the 3d of June she had cherished a double idea, to defeat the projects of her father and the ruffians on the house of the Rue Plumet, and to separate Marius and Cosette.

He perceived the possibility of not returning to the Rue Plumet, and he could neither leave Toussaint behind nor confide his secret to her.

To have quitted the Rue Plumet without complications or incidents was one good step already accomplished.

He had not thought even once of this girl since the day she brought him to the Rue Plumet, he had not seen her again, and she had completely gone out of his mind.

He turned hastily, left the boulevard, changed his route, and went to the Rue Plumet through the Rue Monsieur.

At that word, Rue Plumet, he checked his inspiration and let the rest of his snuff fall on his knees.

It remained, furnished with its old furniture, and always for sale or to let, and the ten or twelve persons who passed through the Rue Plumet in the course of a year were notified of this by a yellow and illegible piece of paper which had hung upon the railing of the garden since 1810.

This garden of the Rue Plumet produced on them the effect of the dawn.

The house in the Rue Plumet being held on a lease, still belonged to Cosette.

He saw that possibly he should not return to the Rue Plumet, and he could neither leave Toussaint behind, nor tell her his secret.

To have left the Rue Plumet without complication and without accident, was already a piece of good fortune.