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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Because she had been branded," continued D'Artagnan."Bah!" cried Porthos. "Impossible! What do you say--thatshe wanted to have her brother-in-law killed?"
2.  "I believe so."
3.  The center of the most animated group was a Musketeer of greatheight and haughty countenance, dressed in a costume so peculiaras to attract general attention. He did not wear the uniformcloak--which was not obligatory at that epoch of less liberty butmore independence--but a cerulean-blue doublet, a little faded andworn, and over this a magnificent baldric, worked in gold, whichshone like water ripples in the sun. A long cloak of crimsonvelvet fell in graceful folds from his shoulders, disclosing infront the splendid baldric, from which was suspended a giganticrapier. This Musketeer had just come off guard, complained ofhaving a cold, and coughed from time to time affectedly. It wasfor this reason, as he said to those around him, that he had puton his cloak; and while he spoke with a lofty air and twisted hismustache disdainfully, all admired his embroidered baldric, andD'Artagnan more than anyone.
4.  "I listen to your Eminence with greatest attention," replieda female voice which made the Musketeer start.
5.  Although Milady would very willingly have gone without sleep, sustainedas she was by all the excitements which a new adventure awakened in herheart, ever thirsting for intrigues, she nevertheless accepted the offerof the superior. During the last fifteen days she had experience somany an such various emotions that if her frame of iron was stillcapable of supporting fatigue, her mind required repose.She therefore took leave of the abbess, and went to bed, softly rockedby the ideas of vengeance which the name of Kitty had naturally broughtto her thoughts. She remembered that almost unlimited promise which thecardinal had given her if she succeeded in her enterprise. She hadsucceeded; D'Artagnan was then in her power!
6.  Monsieur passed along the front of the line; then all thesuperior officers approached him to pay their compliments,M. Dessessart, captain of the Guards, as well as the others.At the expiration of a minute or two, it appeared toD'Artagnan that M. Dessessart made him a sign to approach.He waited for a fresh gesture on the part of his superior,for fear he might be mistaken; but this gesture beingrepeated, he left the ranks, and advanced to receive orders."Monsieur is about to ask for some men of good will for adangerous mission, but one which will do honor to those whoshall accomplish it; and I made you a sign in order that youmight hold yourself in readiness."


1.  "Ah, ah!" said D'Artagnan, half rising and bowing; "you are mylandlord?"
2.  "Ah, my faith, yes!" said Porthos and D'Artagnan, at thesame time; "we are coming nearer to it now."
3.  "Do you know him personally?" asked the governor."Whom?"
4.  "Eh, eh!" said Bonacieux, slapping a plump, round bag, whichreturned a sound a money; "what do you think of this, MadamePreacher?"
5.  M. de Treville was at the moment in rather ill-humor,nevertheless he saluted the young man politely, who bowed to thevery ground; and he smiled on receiving D'Artagnan's response,the Bearnese accent of which recalled to him at the same timehis youth and his country--a double remembrance which makes a mansmile at all ages; but stepping toward the antechamber and makinga sign to D'Artagnan with his hand, as if to ask his permissionto finish with others before he began with him, he called threetimes, with a louder voice at each time, so that he ran throughthe intervening tones between the imperative accent and the angryaccent.
6.  "In short," said Porthos, "when all my expenses are paid, I shallhave, at most, thirty crowns left."


1.  Porthos and Aramis were so engaged with their game, and Athos waswatching them with so much attention, that they did not evenperceive their young companion go out, who, as he had told theGuardsman of his Eminence, stopped outside the door. An instantafter, the Guardsman descended in his turn. As D'Artagnan had notime to lose, on account of the audience of the king, which wasfixed for midday, he cast his eyes around, and seeing that thestreet was empty, said to his adversary, "My faith! It isfortunate for you, although your name is Bernajoux, to have onlyto deal with an apprentice Musketeer. Never mind; be content, Iwill do my best. On guard!"
2.  "Yes, without doubt, it is necessary," cried the queen; "but howam I to act? How can it be effected?"
3.  "Come, come, Treville, hold your tongue," said the king."If his Eminence entertains any suspicion against one of myMusketeers," said Treville, "the justice of Monsieur the Cardinalis so well known that I demand an inquiry."
4.  "Nothing," replied Milady.
5.   "And that running footman who waited at the door, and thatcarriage with a coachman in grand livery who sat waiting on hisseat?"
6.  "A thousand pistoles, perhaps."


1.  "Only Donna Estafania."
2.  D'Artagnan was astounded by the terrible confidence of Athos; yetmany things appeared very obscure to him in this half revelation.In the first place it had been made by a man quite drunk to onewho was half drunk; and yet, in spite of the incertainty whichthe vapor of three or four bottles of Burgundy carries with it tothe brain, D'Artagnan, when awaking on the following morning, hadall the words of Athos as present to his memory as if they thenfell from his mouth--they had been so impressed upon his mind.All this doubt only gave rise to a more lively desire of arrivingat a certainty, and he went into his friend's chamber with afixed determination of renewing the conversation of the precedingevening; but he found Athos quite himself again--that is to say,the most shrewd and impenetrable of men. Besides which, theMusketeer, after having exchanged a hearty shake of the hand withhim, broached the matter first.
3.  "Yes, for in any extreme circumstance it might not onlyextricate us from some great embarrassment, but even a greatdanger. It is not only a valuable diamond, but it is anenchanted talisman."
4、  As D'Artagnan was tolerably reassured with regard to Porthos, andas he was anxious to obtain news of his two other friends, heheld out his hand to the wounded man, and told him he was aboutto resume his route in order to continue his researches. For therest, as he reckoned upon returning by the same route in seven oreight days, if Porthos were still at the Great St. Martin, hewould call for him on his way.
5、  "Listen, Milady," said the cardinal, "the affair isimportant. Sit down, and let us talk it over."




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