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Morrel tells his family that this time

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Morrel tells his family that this time, they're "lost," and Morrel fully intends to commit suicide; he tells  his son, Maximilien, that if he were to live without paying his bills, he would be disgraced. If he kills  himself, however, he will die — and be remembered — as "an unfortunate but honorable man." His  son reluctantly understands and allows his father to be alone. At the very moment that Morrel lifts a pistol to his mouth, his daughter cries out that they are saved!  She says that she went to a house in the All é es de Meilhan, which the note from "Sinbad" asked her  to do, and there she found an old red silk purse; inside it was a bill for two hundred and eighty-seven  thousand, five hundred francs, marked  paid ! There was also a "diamond the size of a walnut" in the  purse, alongside a small piece of parchment, which read "Julie's dowry." Then, suddenly, Julie and 
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