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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Instantly, monseigneur." And Rochefort went hastily out of theapartment.
2.  "He attributed it, I believe, to a political cause.""I doubted from the first; and now I think entirely as he does.Then my dear Monsieur Bonacieux has not suspected me a singleinstant?"
3.  "To sell the diamond," replied Aramis.
4.  The young man turned quickly round, for this attack couldnot have come from the bastion, which was hidden by theangle of the trench. The idea of the two soldiers who hadabandoned him occurred to his mind, and with them heremembered the assassins of two evenings before. Heresolved this time to know with whom he had to deal, andfell upon the body of his comrade as if he were dead.He quickly saw two heads appear above an abandoned workwithin thirty paces of him; they were the heads of the twosoldiers. D'Artagnan had not been deceived; these two menhad only followed for the purpose of assassinating him,hoping that the young man's death would be placed to theaccount of the enemy.
5.  "Then," replied Mme. Bonacieux, opening a cupboard and takingfrom it the very bag which a half hour before her husband hadcaressed so affectionately, "take this bag."
6.  Although he was a perfect stranger in the court of M. deTreville's courtiers, and this his first appearance in thatplace, he was at length noticed, and somebody came and asked himwhat he wanted. At this demand D'Artagnan gave his name verymodestly, emphasized the title of compatriot, and begged theservant who had put the question to him to request a moment'saudience of M. de Treville--a request which the other, with anair of protection, promised to transmit in due season.D'Artagnan, a little recovered from his first surprise, had nowleisure to study costumes and physiognomy.


1.  "I have still fifty pistoles. That, I think, is as much as Ishall want."
2.  "Well?" continued she.
3.  On his part, the cardinal was not behind the king in thisrespect. When he saw the formidable and chosen body with whichLouis XIII had surrounded himself, this second, or rather thisfirst king of France, became desirous that he, too, should havehis guard. He had his Musketeers therefore, as Louis XIII hadhis, and these two powerful rivals vied with each other inprocuring, not only from all the provinces of France, but evenfrom all foreign states, the most celebrated swordsmen. It wasnot uncommon for Richelieu and Louis XIII to dispute over theirevening game of chess upon the merits of their servants. Eachboasted the bearing and the courage of his own people. Whileexclaiming loudly against duels and brawls, they excited themsecretly to quarrel, deriving an immoderate satisfaction orgenuine regret from the success or defeat of their owncombatants. We learn this from the memoirs of a man who wasconcerned in some few of these defeats and in many of thesevictories.
4.  "By the faith of a gentleman. Take my arm, and let us go."D'Artagnan offered his arm to Mme. Bonacieux, who willingly tookit, half laughing, half trembling, and both gained the top of Ruede la Harpe. Arriving there, the young woman seemed to hesitate,as she had before done in the Rue Vaugirard. She seemed,however, by certain signs, to recognize a door, and approachingthat door, "And now, monsieur," said she, "it is here I havebusiness; a thousand thanks for your honorable company, which hassaved me from all the dangers to which, alone I was exposed. Butthe moment is come to keep your word; I have reached mydestination."
5.  "Now, then, who are you?" asked the Englishman.
6.  "Indeed, sire, I wholly comprehend your disappointment. Themisfortune is great; but I think you have still a good number offalcons, sparrow hawks, and tiercets."


1.  "And I," said Porthos, "do you think my strain cost me nothing?--without reckoning Mousqueton's wound, for which I had to have thesurgeon twice a day, and who charged me double on account of thatfoolish Mousqueton having allowed himself a ball in a part whichpeople generally only show to an apothecary; so I advised him totry never to get wounded there any more."
2.  Porthos succeeded him; and thanks to one of those disappearancesto which he was accustomed, he was able to provide for the wantsof all for a fortnight. At last it became Aramis's turn, whoperformed it with a good grace and who succeeded--as he said, byselling some theological books--in procuring a few pistoles.Then, as they had been accustomed to do, they had recourse to M.de Treville, who made some advances on their pay; but theseadvances could not go far with three Musketeers who were alreadymuch in arrears and a Guardsman who as yet had no pay at all.At length when they found they were likely to be really in want,they got together, as a last effort, eight or ten pistoles, withwhich Porthos went to the gaming table. Unfortunately he was ina bad vein; he lost all, together with twenty-five pistoles forwhich he had given his word.
3.  "Because, as Porthos was talking louder than the rest of us, hetook him for the chief," said D'Artagnan.
4.  "Yes, I know that," said Buckingham; "he has a prisoner.""It is of that prisoner that I wish to speak to your Grace," repliedFelton.
5.   "Were you condemned, were you innocent, were you a martyr,"replied Felton, "the greater would be the necessity for prayer;and I myself would aid you with my prayers."
6.  But the stranger knew not the headstrong personage he had to dowith; D'Artagnan was not the man ever to cry for quarter. Thefight was therefore prolonged for some seconds; but at lengthD'Artagnan dropped his sword, which was broken in two pieces bythe blow of a stick. Another blow full upon his forehead at thesame moment brought him to the ground, covered with blood andalmost fainting.


1.  "But still, we can make sure that they are so."
2.  "But what is the matter with my hands!" asked Milady; "it seemsas if my wrists had been crushed in a vice."
3.  "Dicers' oaths!" said Athos, while D'Artagnan went toconduct Kitty downstairs.
4、  "Then," said Milady, "since you are as generous as you areloving--"
5、  "Possibly," continued Aramis, "came toward me, accompanied byfive or six men who followed about ten paces behind him; and inthe politest tone, 'Monsieur Duke,' said he to me, 'and youmadame,' continued he, addressing the lady on my arm--""The doctor's niece?"




  • 孟晓苏 08-03

      "But I think it would be still better," said Aramis, "toinform the queen and Lord de Winter at the same time.""Yes; but who is to carry the letter to Tours, and who toLondon?"

  • 吴健莞 08-03

      "That is right," replied the mendicant; "dismiss your lackey."In fact, Bazin, curious to know what the mendicant couldwant with his master, kept pace with him as well as hecould, and arrived almost at the same time he did; but hisquickness was not of much use to him. At the hint from themendicant his master made him a sign to retire, and he wasobliged to obey.

  • 陈友青 08-03

       "About how much?"

  • 方喆 08-03

      Thereupon the cardinal, hearing the clock strike eleven, bowedlow, asking permission of the king to retire, and supplicatinghim to come to a good understanding with the queen.Anne of Austria, who, in consequence of the seizure of herletter, expected reproaches, was much astonished the next day tosee the king make some attempts at reconciliation with her. Herfirst movement was repellent. Her womanly pride and her queenlydignity had both been so cruelly offended that she could not comeround at the first advance; but, overpersuaded by the advice ofher women, she at last had the appearance of beginning to forget.The king took advantage of this favorable moment to tell her thather had the intention of shortly giving a fete.

  • 崔志坚 08-02

    {  During the time which Lord de Winter took to shut the door, closea shutter, and draw a chair near to his sister-in-law's fauteuil,Milady, anxiously thoughtful, plunged her glance into the depthsof possibility, and discovered all the plan, of which she couldnot even obtain a glance as long as she was ignorant into whosehands she had fallen. She knew her brother-in-law to be a worthygentleman, a bold hunter, an intrepid player, enterprising withwomen, but by no means remarkable for his skill in intrigues.How had he discovered her arrival, and caused her to be seized?Why did he detain her?

  • 王潇 08-01

      "She is sure of it."}

  • 杨璞 08-01

      "Come in, my dear John," said Lord de Winter, "come in, and shutthe door."

  • 陈顺胜 08-01

      "And now," said D'Artagnan, "to the Governor's."

  • 柳重言 07-31

       Milady let her head sink between her two hands, and tried to recall herideas, whirling in a mortal vertigo.

  • 孙耀琦 07-29

    {  Milady thought she recognized this shadow in the gloom; shesupported herself with one hand upon the arm of the chair, andadvanced her head as if to meet a certainty.

  • 三上桃峰 07-29

      "Then you love me?" said she.