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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  The king trembled with joy and the cardinal with vexation;although, distant as they were from the queen, they could notcount the studs. The queen had them. The only question was, hadshe ten or twelve?
2.  "Presently," said D'Artagnan.
3.  "May I not drink to your health, and you to mine?" saidD'Artagnan, filling two glasses with the Beaugency wine which hehad obtained from the liberality of M. Bonacieux."That will do me great honor," said the leader of the posse, "andI accept thankfully."
4.  "To be sure they may; and this very day we will write theletters," said Aramis. "Give the lackeys money, and theywill start."
5.  "Ah," said Milady, with a sigh, "if she loves she is not altogetherwretched."
6.  Athos took the paper, returned the pistol to his belt,approached the lamp to be assured that it was the paper,unfolded it, and read:


1.  The queen was in the midst of her women--Mme. de Guitaut, Mme. deSable, Mme. de Montbazon, and Mme. de Guemene. In a corner wasthe Spanish companion, Donna Estafania, who had followed her fromMadrid. Mme. Guemene was reading aloud, and everybody waslistening to her with attention with the exception of the queen,who had, on the contrary, desired this reading in order that shemight be able, while feigning to listen, to pursue the thread ofher own thoughts.
2.  Bonacieux re-entered the house, passed through the same door thathad afforded a passage for the two fugitives, went up toD'Artagnan's door, and knocked.
3.  At the end of an instant's observation he heard the noise ofa vehicle, and saw Milady's carriage stop opposite to him.He could not be mistaken; Milady was in it. D'Artagnanleaned upon the neck of his horse, in order that he mightsee without being seen.
4.  "Charlotte Backson, Comtesse de la Fere, Milady de Winter," said he,"your crimes have wearied men on earth and God in heaven. If you know aprayer, say it--for you are condemned, and you shall die."At these words, which left no hope, Milady raised herself in all herpride, and wished to speak; but her strength failed her. She felt thata powerful and implacable hand seized her by the hair, and dragged heraway as irrevocably as fatality drags humanity. She did not, therefore,even attempt the least resistance, and went out of the cottage.Lord de Winter, D'Artagnan, Athos, Porthos, and Aramis, went out closebehind her. The lackeys followed their masters, and the chamber wasleft solitary, with its broken window, its open door, and its smoky lampburning sadly on the table.
5.  There was a moment of cold silence, during which everyonewas affected according to his nature.
6.  "And does he suspect," said Mme. Bonacieux, with someembarrassment, "the cause of this event?"


1.  "Yes, monsieur," said Mousqueton, "but in a very ill humor.Get up!"
2.  Both remained suspended, motionless and breathless, within twentypaces of the ground, while the patrol passed beneath themlaughing and talking. This was a terrible moment for thefugitives.
3.  "Monsieur is a Gascon?" asked Aramis.
4.  Milady and Rochefort exchanged a smile and separated. An hour afterwardRochefort set out at a grand gallop; five hours after that he passedthrough Arras.
5.   No signature. Nevertheless it was plain the letter camefrom Milady. He consequently kept it as a piece ofevidence, and being in safety behind the angle of thetrench, he began to interrogate the wounded man. Heconfessed that he had undertaken with his comrade--the samewho was killed--to carry off a young woman who was to leaveParis by the Barriere de La Villette; but having stopped todrink at a cabaret, they had missed the carriage by tenminutes.
6.  "If I had the least doubt of your love I would not make it,but you love me, my beautiful mistress, do you not?""Without doubt."


1.  Porthos wept; Aramis pointed toward heaven; Athos made the sign of thecross.
2.  "I hope so. Now, then, all is agreed; let us go down.""You are going into the garden?"
3.  "In the king's service?"
4、  D'Artagnan took off the ring, giving it again to Athos.Athos started. "Look," said he, "is it not strange?" and hepointed out to D'Artagnan the scratch he had remembered."But from whom did this ring come to you, Athos?""From my mother, who inherited it from her mother. As Itold you, it is an old family jewel."
5、  "Most willingly. And now?"




  • 明·万历 08-07

      "You must be gone!" said Porthos; "and if the cardinal asksfor you, what answer can we make?"

  • 雷娜娜 08-07

      D'Artagnan placed his hand upon the queen's diamond, whichhe wore, and quickly turned the stone inward; but it was toolate.

  • 薛天利 08-07

       "Let us decamp first, and you will understand afterward.""A moment, gentlemen, a moment; give Grimaud time to clearaway the breakfast."

  • 韦钧中 08-07

      "And not more than justice, either, you ass! Could you notperceive by our appearance that we were people of quality, andnot coiners-say?"

  • 钱立松 08-06

    {  "My dear Madame Bonacieux, you are charming; but at the same timeyou are one of the most mysterious women."

  • 葛义鹏 08-05

      "Well, then, take him," said the cardinal; "when four menare so much attached to one another, it is only fair thatthey should serve in the same company."}

  • 克拉斯纳亚波良纳 08-05

      "Or his mistress," interrupted D'Artagnan.

  • 杨恒秋 08-05

      "Scoundrel!" murmured Felton.

  • 乔朝英 08-04

       "You have a quick ear, Monsieur Athos," said the cardinal;"but now listen to this. It is not from mistrust that Irequest you to follow me, but for my security. Yourcompanions are no doubt Messieurs Porthos and Aramis.""Yes, your Eminence," said Athos, while the two Musketeerswho had remained behind advanced hat in hand.

  • 秦宜智 08-02

    {  But as M. de Toiras gave information that everything waspreparing in the enemy's camp for a fresh assault, the kingjudged that it would be best to put an end to the affair,and gave the necessary orders for a decisive action.As it is not our intention to give a journal of the siege,but on the contrary only to describe such of the events ofit as are connected with the story we are relating, we willcontent ourselves with saying in two words that theexpedition succeeded, to the great astonishment of the kingand the great glory of the cardinal. The English, repulsedfoot by foot, beaten in all encounters, and defeated in thepassage of the Isle of Loie, were obliged to re-embark,leaving on the field of battle two thousand men, among whomwere five colonels, three lieutenant colonels, two hundredand fifty captains, twenty gentlemen of rank, four pieces ofcannon, and sixty flags, which were taken to Paris by Claudede St. Simon, and suspended with great pomp in the arches ofNotre Dame.

  • 克朗克 08-02

      "Inform the queen!" said Athos; "and how? Have we relationswith the court? Could we send anyone to Paris without itsbeing known in the camp? From here to Paris it is a hundredand forty leagues; before our letter was at Angers we shouldbe in a dungeon."