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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  On arriving at the king's private antechamber, M. de Trevillefound La Chesnaye, who informed him that they had not been ableto find M. de la Tremouille on the preceding evening at hishotel, that he returned too late to present himself at theLouvre, that he had only that moment arrived and that he was atthat very hour with the king.
2.  "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.
3.  Grimaud obeyed without replying. An instant afterward, thewhite flag was floating over the heads of the four friends.A thunder of applause saluted its appearance; half the campwas at the barrier.
4.  "I mean a young man whom you patronize, Monsieur de Treville.""Yes, your Eminence, it is the same."
5.  "Exactly."
6.  Mme. Bonacieux came in; and to remove all suspicion, if she had any,Milady repeated to the lackey, before her, the latter part of herinstructions.


1.  "I never lie, madame."
2.  D'Artagnan smiled--for he understood that Athos was sure of hisvengeance when he revealed such a secret. Porthos and Aramis looked ateach other, and grew pale. Lord de Winter thought Athos was mad."Now, retire to your chambers," said Athos, "and leave me to act. Youmust perceive that in my quality of a husband this concerns me. Only,D'Artagnan, if you have not lost it, give me the paper which fell fromthat man's hat, upon which is written the name of the village of--""Ah," said D'Artagnan, "I comprehend! that name written in her hand.""You see, then," said Athos, :there is a god in heaven still!"
3.  But now I am forced to believe in the excess of yourkindness, since not only your letter but your servantassures me that I have the good fortune to be beloved byyou.
4.  "Speak, my child, speak," said D'Artagnan; "I listen.""Here? Impossible! That which I have to say is too long,and above all, too secret."
5.  "Now do you understand?" said Athos.
6.  "People, in general," he said, "only ask advice not tofollow it; or if they do follow it, it is for the sake ofhaving someone to blame for having given it."


1.  "You terrify me, Athos!" cried D'Artagnan. "My God! what do youfear?"
2.  Meanwhile, carried away as we are by our narrative, we must leaveour three friends to themselves, and follow the Duke ofBuckingham and his guide through the labyrinths of the Louvre.
3.  "No, sire, but I say that he deceives himself. I say that he isill-informed. I say that he has hastily accused your Majesty'sMusketeers, toward whom he is unjust, and that he has notobtained his information from good sources."
4.  "'Well,' said a voice which vibrated in too terrible a manner inmy ear not to be recognized, 'well! Are we softened a little?Will we not pay for our liberty with a single promise of silence?Come, I am a good sort of a prince,' added he, 'and although Ilike not Puritans I do them justice; and it is the same withPuritanesses, when they are pretty. Come, take a little oath forme on the cross; I won't ask anything more of you.'"'On the cross,' cried I, rising, for at that abhorred voice Ihad recovered all my strength, 'on the cross I swear that nopromise, no menace, no force, no torture, shall close my mouth!On the cross I swear to denounce you everywhere as a murderer, asa thief of honor, as a base coward! On the cross I swear, if Iever leave this place, to call down vengeance upon you from thewhole human race!'
5.   "Stop there!" cried the Jesuit, "for that thesis touches closelyupon heresy. There is a proposition almost like it in theAUGUSTINUS of the heresiarch Jansenius, whose book will sooner orlater be burned by the hands of the executioner. Take care, myyoung friend. You are inclining toward false doctrines, my youngfriend; you will be lost."
6.  On their side, the three Musketeers were much attached to theiryoung comrade. The friendship which united these four men, andthe want they felt of seeing another three or four times a day,whether for dueling, business, or pleasure, caused them to becontinually running after one another like shadows; and theInseparables were constantly to be met with seeking one another,from the Luxembourg to the Place St. Sulpice, or from the Rue duVieux-Colombier to the Luxembourg.


1.  This affirmation appeared to dispel all doubts with regard to thebaldric. They continued to admire it, but said no more about it;and with a rapid change of thought, the conversation passedsuddenly to another subject.
2.  "Oh, my God! My senses fail me amid such a chaos of iniquities. I feel,if this continues," said Mme. Bonacieux, raising her hands to herforehead, "I shall go mad!"
3.  D'Artagnan thought this was the moment to interfere. Heapproached the other door, and taking off his hatrespectfully, said, "Madame, will you permit me to offer youmy services? It appears to me that this cavalier has madeyou very angry. Speak one word, madame, and I take uponmyself to punish him for his want of courtesy."
4、  In which it is proved that, notwithstanding their names' endingin OS and IS, the heroes of the story which we are about to havethe honor to relate to our readers have nothing mythologicalabout them.
5、  "Oh, you beautiful, good little creature!" said Milady. "How delightedI am to have found you! Let me look at you!" and while saying thesewords, she absolutely devoured her by her looks. "Oh, yes it is youindeed! From what he has told me, I know you now. I recognize youperfectly."




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      At four o'clock in the morning they heard a terrible riot in thestables. Grimaud had tried to waken the stable boys, and thestable boys had beaten him. When they opened the window, theysaw the poor lad lying senseless, with his head split by a blowwith a pitchfork.

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    {  Then they saw from the other bank the executioner raise both his armsslowly; a moonbeam fell upon the blade of the large sword. The twoarms fell with a sudden force; they heard the hissing of the scimitarand the cry of the victim, then a truncated mass sank beneath the blow.The executioner then took off his red cloak, spread it upon the ground,laid the body in it, threw in the head, tied all up by the four corners,lifted it on his back, and entered the boat again.In the middle of the stream he stopped the boat, and suspending hisburden over the water cried in a loud voice, "Let the justice of God bedone!" and he let the corpse drop into the depths of the waters, whichclosed over it.

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