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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  MILADY DE-
2.  "My brave young man, I will blow out your brains. HOLA, Lubin,my pistols!"
3.  But Lord de Winter might suspect him; Felton himself might now bewatched!
4.  D'Artagnan, without losing sight of the lady of the red cushion,continued to watch the proceedings of Porthos, which amused himgreatly. He guessed that the lady of the black hood was theprocurator's wife of the Rue aux Ours, which was the moreprobable from the church of St. Leu being not far from thatlocality.
5.  "No, no, madame," said Felton, "only do not sing so loud,particularly at night."


1.  "Monseigneur will doubtless recognize his own handwriting."And D'Artagnan presented to the cardinal the precious piece of paperwhich Athos had forced from Milady, and which he had given to D'Artagnanto serve him as a safeguard.
2.  Three days afterward the four Musketeers were in Paris; they had notexceeded their leave of absence, and that same evening they went to paytheir customary visit to M. de Treville.
3.  And bowing to all the astonished persons present, the youngmen took the road to the bastion St. Gervais, followed byGrimaud, who carried the basket, ignorant of where he wasgoing but in the passive obedience which Athos had taughthim not even thinking of asking.
4.  "What!" cried D'Artagnan.
5.  Besides, the woman wore that black mantle which D'Artagnan couldstill see outlined on the shutter of the Rue de Vaugirard and onthe door of the Rue de la Harpe; still further, the man wore theuniform of a Musketeer.
6.  "Because, as I said, without you I can do nothing; and I amafraid you will refuse me the favor I come to ask if you do notknow to what end I ask it."


1.  "The third, then, fell from the clouds, I suppose?""No, the third was brought to me this very morning by agroom out of livery, who would not tell me in whose servicehe was, and who said he had received orders from hismaster."
2.  Milady let her head sink, as if crushed by this sentence. Lordde Winter went out, making a sign to Felton, who followed him,shutting the door after him.
3.  "Decidedly, you are a brave fellow," said Athos, pressing theyoung man's hand.
4.  At that moment Porthos entered. "PARDIEU!" said he, "here is astrange thing! Since when, I wonder, in the Musketeers, did theygrant men leave of absence without their asking for it?""Since," said D'Artagnan, "they have friends who ask it forthem."
5.   It may be judged whether D'Artagnan looked or listened withavidity. Unfortunately the light had been removed into anotherchamber; but the eyes of the young man were accustomed to thenight. Besides, the eyes of the Gascons have, as it is asserted,like those of cats, the faculty of seeing in the dark.D'Artagnan then saw that the young woman took from her pocket awhite object, which she unfolded quickly, and which took the formof a handkerchief. She made her interlocutor observe the cornerof this unfolded object.
6.  "Yes, and important. Take it quickly."


1.  "You see," said she, when the lackey had gone out, "everything is ready.The abbess suspects nothing, and believes that I am taken by order ofthe cardinal. This man goes to give his last orders; take the leastthing, drink a finger of wine, and let us be gone.""Yes," said Mme. Bonacieux, mechanically, "yes, let us be gone."Milady made her a sign to sit down opposite, poured her a small glass ofSpanish wine, and helped her to the wing of a chicken."See," said she, "if everything does not second us! Here is nightcoming on; by daybreak we shall have reached our retreat, and nobody canguess where we are. Come, courage! take something."Mme. Bonacieux ate a few mouthfuls mechanically, and just touched theglass with her lips.
2.  Porthos maintained a majestic silence.
3.  Many a time, nevertheless, during the evening she despaired offate and of herself. She did not invoke God, we very well know,but she had faith in the genius of evil--that immense sovereigntywhich reigns in all the details of human life, and by which, asin the Arabian fable, a single pomegranate seed is sufficient toreconstruct a ruined world.
4、  Then he placed her in the boat, and as he was going to set foot in ithimself, Athos handed him a sum of silver.
5、  Milady, on the contrary, was quite conversant with all aristocraticintrigues, amid which she had constantly lived for five or six years.She made it her business, therefore, to amuse the good abbess with theworldly practices of the court of France, mixed with the eccentricpursuits of the king; she made for her the scandalous chronicle of thelords and ladies of the court, whom the abbess knew perfectly by name,touched lightly on the amours of the queen and the Duke of Buckingham,talking a great deal to induce her auditor to talk a little.But the abbess contented herself with listening and smiling withoutreplying a word. Milady, however, saw that this sort of narrativeamused her very much, and kept at it; only she now let her conversationdrift toward the cardinal.




  • 隋吉平 08-04

      "Take care, Athos!" cried D'Artagnan; "don't you see theyare aiming?"

  • 蓝心湄 08-04

      Milady uttered a stifled groan. In the first horseman she recognizedD'Artagnan.

  • 印碧霞 08-04

       At this moment an officer with a pleasant face opened a door,continued to exchange some words with a person in the nextchamber and then came up to the prisoner. "Is your nameBonacieux?" said he.

  • 张新兵 08-04

      "To return instantly to England, and to inform him as soon as theduke leaves London."

  • 王思哲 08-03

    {  "Wretch," cried D'Artagnan, "speak quickly! Who employedyou to assassinate me?"

  • 瓦纳维尔 08-02

      "And who has punished her?"}

  • 金钟 08-02

      Unfortunately for D'Artagnan, among the spectators was one of hisEminence's Guardsmen, who, still irritated by the defeat of hiscompanions, which had happened only the day before, had promisedhimself to seize the first opportunity of avenging it. Hebelieved this opportunity was now come and addressed hisneighbor: "It is not astonishing that that young man should beafraid of a ball, for he is doubtless a Musketeer apprentice."D'Artagnan turned round as if a serpent had stung him, and fixedhis eyes intensely upon the Guardsman who had just made thisinsolent speech.

  • 姚翠凤 08-02

      All this she owes to D'Artagnan, without doubt. From whom cancome so many disgraces heaped upon her head, if not from him? Healone could have transmitted to Lord de Winter all thesefrightful secrets which he has discovered, one after another, bya train of fatalities. He knows her brother-in-law. He musthave written to him.

  • 邵灶友 08-01

       The attention which we have been obliged to give, during thecommencement of the chapter, to the illustrious personages wehave introduced into it, has diverted us for an instant from himto whom Anne of Austria owed the extraordinary triumph she hadobtained over the cardinal; and who, confounded, unknown, lost inthe crowd gathered at one of the doors, looked on at this scene,comprehensible only to four persons--the king, the queen, hisEminence, and himself.

  • 郑武民 07-30

    {  Sometimes when the cardinal, always on horseback, like the lowestGENDARME of the army, cast a pensive glance over those works, soslowly keeping pace with his wishes, which the engineers, broughtfrom all the corners of France, were executing under his orders,if he met a Musketeer of the company of Treville, he drew nearand looked at him in a peculiar manner, and not recognizing inhim one of our four companions, he turned his penetrating lookand profound thoughts in another direction.

  • 应中元 07-30

      "Oh, grace, grace, pardon!" cried the wretch, falling on her knees.The unknown waited for silence, and then resumed, "I told you well thatshe would know me. Yes, I am the executioner of Lille, and this is myhistory."