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There are thirty-nine enormous beryls,' said he, 'and the price of the gold chasing is incalculable.
Any injury to it would be almost as serious as its complete loss, for there are no beryls in the world to match these, and it would be impossible to replace them.
One of the gold corners, with three of the beryls in it, was missing.
They have eyes like green beryls, and their roar is louder than the roar of the cataract.
There were forty carbuncles, two hundred and ten sapphires, sixty-one agates, and a great quantity of beryls, onyxes, cats'-eyes, turquoises, and other stones, the very names of which I did not know at the time, though I have become more familiar with them since.