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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Ah, monsieur, you infuse genuine balm into my blood. We havemade considerable advances; and this very morning the surgeondeclared that if Monsieur Porthos did not pay him, he should lookto me, as it was I who had sent for him."
2.  "Yes, sire; as complete as that of the Bridge of Ce.""Four men, one of them wounded, and a youth, say you?""One hardly a young man; but who, however, behaved himself soadmirably on this occasion that I will take the liberty ofrecommending him to your Majesty."
3.  I have my youth, my prayers,
4.  "You love my mistress, then, very dearly, MonsieurChevalier?" said she.
5.  "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?"
6.  "The miserable villain! He had foreseen all. His breast wascovered with a coat-of-mail; the knife was bent against it."'Ah, ah!' cried he, seizing my arm, and wresting from me theweapon that had so badly served me, 'you want to take my life, doyou, my pretty Puritan? But that's more than dislike, that'singratitude! Come, come, calm yourself, my sweet girl! Ithought you had softened. I am not one of those tyrants whodetain women by force. You don't love me. With my usual fatuityI doubted it; now I am convinced. Tomorrow you shall be free.'"I had but one wish; that was that he should kill me."'Beware!' said I, 'for my liberty is your dishonor.'"'Explain yourself, my pretty sibyl!'


1.  Still further, in Buckingham's lodging, which he had beenforced to abandon more precipitately than he expected,papers were found which confirmed this alliance and which,as the cardinal asserts in his memoirs, strongly compromisedMme. de Chevreuse and consequently the queen.
2.  He thought that, beginning to be afraid, they had stayedbehind, and he continued to advance.
3.  "What?"
4.  In an instant all five were ready. Each examined his arms, and put themin order. Athos came down last, and found D'Artagnan already onhorseback, and growing impatient.
5.  "But that will compromise me sadly, you know."
6.  "How is that?" cried Porthos and Aramis in a breath.As to Athos, faithful to his system of reticence, he contentedhimself with interrogating D'Artagnan by a look.


1.  The guests having eaten the soup, were about to lift thefirst glass of wine to their lips, when all at once thecannon sounded from Fort Louis and Fort Neuf. TheGuardsmen, imagining this to be caused by some unexpectedattack, either of the besieged or the English, sprang totheir swords. D'Artagnan, not less forward than they, didlikewise, and all ran out, in order to repair to theirposts.
2.  "'Very well,' cried I, 'then the place of my punishment will bethat of my tomb. I will die here, and you will see if a phantomthat accuses is not more terrible than a living being thatthreatens!'
3.  "Something whispers me so," continued Porthos, becoming more andmore melancholy.
4.  "And what did the count do?"
5.   The host obeyed. Athos called Grimaud, pointed to a largebasket which lay in a corner, and made a sign to him to wrapthe viands up in the napkins.
6.  Athos was delighted to find he was going to fight anEnglishman. We might say that was his dream.


1.  Thereupon the cardinal, hearing the clock strike eleven, bowedlow, asking permission of the king to retire, and supplicatinghim to come to a good understanding with the queen.Anne of Austria, who, in consequence of the seizure of herletter, expected reproaches, was much astonished the next day tosee the king make some attempts at reconciliation with her. Herfirst movement was repellent. Her womanly pride and her queenlydignity had both been so cruelly offended that she could not comeround at the first advance; but, overpersuaded by the advice ofher women, she at last had the appearance of beginning to forget.The king took advantage of this favorable moment to tell her thather had the intention of shortly giving a fete.
3.  "Why, here is the simple fact. This morning I awoke at sixo'clock. You were still fast asleep, and I did not know what todo with myself; I was still stupid from our yesterday's debauch.As I came into the public room, I saw one of our Englishmanbargaining with a dealer for a horse, his own having diedyesterday from bleeding. I drew near, and found he was bidding ahundred pistoles for a chestnut nag. 'PARDIEU,' said I, 'my goodgentleman, I have a horse to sell, too.' 'Ay, and a very fineone! I saw him yesterday; your friend's lackey was leading him.''Do you think he is worth a hundred pistoles?' 'Yes! Will yousell him to me for that sum?' 'No; but I will play for him.''What?' 'At dice.' No sooner said than done, and I lost thehorse. Ah, ah! But please to observe I won back the equipage,'cried Athos.
4、  you."
5、  "Monsieur the Cardinal!" cried the stupefied Musketeer."Your name?" cried his Eminence, for the third time."Athos," said the Musketeer.




  • 史蒂文 08-04

      "I?" said the novice.

  • 左思 08-04

      "Who are you?" said the same voice, in the same commandingtone. "Answer in your turn, or you may repent of yourdisobedience."

  • 欧雪 08-04

       "But before he fainted, he collected all his strength tochallenge you, and to defy you while challenging you.""Why, this fellow must be the devil in person!" cried thestranger.

  • 李琛 08-04

      "Endeavor not to make me wait; for at quarter past twelve I willcut off your ears as you run."

  • 施力勤 08-03

    {  Once there, for greater security, the young man barricaded thedoor. They both approached the window, and through a slit in theshutter they saw Bonacieux talking with a man in a cloak.At sight of this man, D'Artagnan started, and half drawing hissword, sprang toward the door.

  • 符宣朝 08-02

      "In the stable."}

  • 陈文霖 08-02

      "Well, monsieur has only to take the right-hand staircase in thecourtyard, and knock at Number Five on the second floor."D'Artagnan walked quickly in the direction indicated, and foundone of those exterior staircases that are still to be seen in theyards of our old-fashioned taverns. But there was no getting atthe place of sojourn of the future abbe; the defiles of thechamber of Aramis were as well guarded as the gardens of Armida.Bazin was stationed in the corridor, and barred his passage withthe more intrepidity that, after many years of trial, Bazin foundhimself near a result of which he had ever been ambitious.In fact, the dream of poor Bazin had always been to serve achurchman; and he awaited with impatience the moment, always inthe future, when Aramis would throw aside the uniform and assumethe cassock. The daily-renewed promise of the young man that themoment would not long be delayed, had alone kept him in theservice of a Musketeer--a service in which, he said, his soul wasin constant jeopardy.

  • 张璐 08-02

      "Pardon me, monseigneur, for saying such things, but they form myexcuse. The authorities had terrified me, and you know that aninnkeeper must keep on good terms with the authorities.""But once again, that gentleman-where is he? What has become ofhim? Is he dead? Is he living?"

  • 林峰 08-01

       "Well, then, speak!"

  • 朴炯植 07-30

    {  D'Artagnan had so much confidence in the word of his friend that helowered his head, and entered the inn without reply.Porthos and Aramis regarded each other, not understanding this assuranceof Athos.

  • 兰万安 07-30

      "Gentlemen! Gentlemen!" cried the surrounding group."Monsieur de Treville awaits Monsieur d'Artagnan," cried aservant, throwing open the door of the cabinet.