Chapter 12. "Drawn to the load stone rock".
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The address is shown around, and the other French noblemen admit that they don't know him personally but do know that he supported the revolution and parceled out his land among his peasants. Darnay claims to know the man and promises to deliver the letter to him. He opens it, and it is a plea for help from Monsieur Gabelle, who has been imprisoned after all. The letter implores Darnay's help and Darnay feels that he has unfinished business in Paris.