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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Well, monsieur, let us go to him. Let us adjure him, in thename of the God before whom he must perhaps appear, to speak thetruth. I will take him for judge in his own cause, monsieur, andwill believe what he will say."
2.  "How, monsieur! And you?"
3.  "D'Artagnan and his friends."
4.  "I must have," said the duke, "a proof of his connectionwith Buckingham."
5.  In the meantime, the forty pistoles of King Louis XIII, like allother things of this world, after having had a beginning had anend, and after this end our four companions began to be somewhatembarrassed. At first, Athos supported the association for atime with his own means.
6.  "Withdraw, sir," said Buckingham, "or I will call my attendant, and haveyou placed in irons."


1.  The Comte de Wardes was announced, and D'Artagnan was introduced."You have an order signed by the cardinal?" said the governor."Yes, monsieur," replied D'Artagnan; "here it is.""Ah, ah! It is quite regular and explicit," said the governor."Most likely," said D'Artagnan; "I am one of his most faithfulservants."
2.  "I will not sign this order! And why not?"
3.  "P.S.-According to the desire of your Eminence, I report to the conventof the Carmelites at Bethune, where I will await your orders."
4.  "But after all," said Lord de Winter, when the three friendshad been named, "we do not know who you are. We cannotfight with such names; they are names of shepherds.""Therefore your lordship may suppose they are only assumednames," said Athos.
5.  "Well," said the latter, "a young woman of about twenty-six ortwenty-eight years of age, and a man of from thirty-five toforty, have indeed lodged at the two houses pointed out by yourEminence; but the woman left last night, and the man thismorning."
6.  "Indeed!"


1.  "What is that stupid fellow troubling himself about?" criedthe cavalier whom Milady had designated as her brother,stooping down to the height of the coach window. "Why doesnot he go about his business?"
2.  "Ah, madame!" said Porthos, haughtily; "do you take me for abeggar?"
3.  It was near midnight; the moon, lessened by its decline, and reddened bythe last traces of the storm, arose behind the little town ofArmentieres, which showed against its pale light the dark outline of itshouses, and the skeleton of its high belfry. In front of them the Lysrolled its waters like a river of molten tin; while on the other sidewas a black mass of trees, profiled on a stormy sky, invaded by largecoppery clouds which created a sort of twilight amid the night. On theleft was an old abandoned mill, with its motionless wings, from theruins of which an owl threw out its shrill, periodical, and monotonouscry. On the right and on the left of the road, which the dismalprocession pursued, appeared a few low, stunted trees, which looked likedeformed dwarfs crouching down to watch men traveling at this sinisterhour.
4.  They soon arrived at the silent, solitary inn. No doubt thehost knew what illustrious visitor was expected, and hadconsequently sent intruders out of the way.
5.   At seven o'clock in the morning he arose and called Planchet, whoat the second summons opened the door, his countenance not yetquite freed from the anxiety of the preceding night."Planchet," said D'Artagnan, "I am going out for all day,perhaps. You are, therefore, your own master till seven o'clockin the evening; but at seven o'clock you must hold yourself inreadiness with two horses."
6.  Godeau, Purveyor of the Musketeers


1.  Then he began to search. A leather pocketbook, a purse, inwhich was evidently a part of the sum which the bandit hadreceived, with a dice box and dice, completed thepossessions of the dead man.
2.  "Without doubt. And you will tell him I will publish thereport of Bois-Robert and the Marquis de Beautru, upon theinterview which the duke had at the residence of Madame theConstable with the queen on the evening Madame the Constablegave a masquerade. You will tell him, in order that he maynot doubt, that he came there in the costume of the GreatMogul, which the Chevalier de Guise was to have worn, andthat he purchased this exchange for the sum of threethousand pistoles."
3.  On the landing they were no longer fighting, but amusedthemselves with stories about women, and in the antechamber, withstories about the court. On the landing D'Artagnan blushed; inthe antechamber he trembled. His warm and fickle imagination,which in Gascony had rendered formidable to young chambermaids,and even sometimes their mistresses, had never dreamed, even inmoments of delirium, of half the amorous wonders or a quarter ofthe feats of gallantry which were here set forth in connectionwith names the best known and with details the least concealed.But if his morals were shocked on the landing, his respect forthe cardinal was scandalized in the antechamber. There, to hisgreat astonishment, D'Artagnan heard the policy which made allEurope tremble criticized aloud and openly, as well as theprivate life of the cardinal, which so many great nobles had beenpunished for trying to pry into. That great man who was sorevered by D'Artagnan the elder served as an object of ridiculeto the Musketeers of Treville, who cracked their jokes upon hisbandy legs and his crooked back. Some sang ballads about Mme.d'Aguillon, his mistress, and Mme. Cambalet, his niece; whileothers formed parties and plans to annoy the pages and guards ofthe cardinal duke--all things which appeared to D'Artagnanmonstrous impossibilities.
4、  D'Artagnan fancied himself very cunning when advising Miladyto renounce, by pardoning De Wardes, the furious projectsshe had formed.
5、  "What?"




  • 王歧山 08-04

      These three others fenced against him with their agile swords.D'Artagnan at first took these weapons for foils, and believedthem to be buttoned; but he soon perceived by certain scratchesthat every weapon was pointed and sharpened, and that at each ofthese scratches not only the spectators, but even the actorsthemselves, laughed like so many madmen.

  • 小岛岸水 08-04

      "Yes," said the baron, "assassinated. On receiving the warning letteryou wrote to me, I had this woman arrested, and gave her in charge to aloyal servant. She corrupted this man; she placed the poniard in hishand; she made him kill the duke. And at this moment, perhaps, Feltonis paying with his head for the crime of this fury!"A shudder crept through the judges at the revelation of these unknowncrimes.

  • 王跃西 08-04

       The lackey bowed to the ground and departed.

  • 杨长水 08-04

      The imprudent young man expected a surprise, mixed withshame--a slight storm which would resolve itself into tears;but he was strangely deceived, and his error was not of longduration.

  • 陈春鸣 08-03

    {  Athos drew D'Artagnan aside.

  • 刘建堂 08-02

      The cardinal rang a second time. The officer reappeared."Place this man in the care of his guards again, and let him waittill I send for him."}

  • 朱胜 08-02

      M. Coquenard, after the luxuries of such a repast, which hecalled an excess, felt the want of a siesta. Porthos beganto hope that the thing would take place at the presentsitting, and in that same locality; but the procurator wouldlisten to nothing, he would be taken to his room, and wasnot satisfied till he was close to his chest, upon the edgeof which, for still greater precaution, he placed his feet.The procurator's wife took Porthos into an adjoining room,and they began to lay the basis of a reconciliation."You can come and dine three times a week," said Mme.Coquenard.

  • 特里布茨 08-02

      "At one o'clock, then, behind the Luxembourg."

  • 寇军 08-01

       D'Artagnan replied that he had been sent thither by M. deTreville to treat for a supply of horses, and that he hadbrought back four as specimens.

  • 袁腾飞 07-30

    {  "Shall you see him on your return, Monsieur Count?""Without a doubt."

  • 樊颖 07-30

      "Private interests are as nothing before the interests of all. Iam for those who save the state," said Bonacieux, emphatically."And what do you know about the state you talk of?" said Mme.Bonacieux, shrugging her shoulders. "Be satisfied with being aplain, straightforward citizen, and turn to that side whichoffers the most advantages."