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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Ah," cried D'Artagnan, really carried away by the passionthis woman had the power to kindle in his heart, "ah, thatis because my happiness appears so impossible to me; and Ihave such fear that it should fly away from me like a dreamthat I pant to make a reality of it."
2.  "Yes, you."
3.  "But after all," said Lord de Winter, when the three friendshad been named, "we do not know who you are. We cannotfight with such names; they are names of shepherds.""Therefore your lordship may suppose they are only assumednames," said Athos.
4.  "No high-sounding words! Let us sit down and chat quietly, asbrother and sister ought to do."
5.  "But this secret is not mine, and I cannot reveal it in thismanner."
6.  "I have the honor to inform your Majesty," continued M. deTreville, in the same tone, "that a party of PROCUREURS,commissaries, and men of the police--very estimable people, butvery inveterate, as it appears, against the uniform--have takenupon themselves to arrest in a house, to lead away through theopen street, and throw into the Fort l'Eveque, all upon an orderwhich they have refused to show me, one of my, or rather yourMusketeers, sire, of irreproachable conduct, of an almostillustrious reputation, and whom your Majesty knows favorably,Monsieur Athos."


1.  But all at once a shadow appeared in the darkness theoutline of which was familiar to D'Artagnan, and a well-known voice said, "Monsieur, I have brought your cloak; itis chilly this evening."
2.  "You do not understand me, gentlemen," said D'Artagnan, throwingup his head, the sharp and bold lines of which were at the momentgilded by a bright ray of the sun. "I asked to be excused incase I should not be able to discharge my debt to all three; forMonsieur Athos has the right to kill me first, which I must abateyour valor in your own estimation, Monsieur Porthos, and renderyours almost null, Monsieur Aramis. And now, gentlemen, Irepeat, excuse me, but on that account only, and--on guard!"At these words, with the most gallant air possible, D'Artagnandrew his sword.
3.  "Why does she love what we hate most in the world, the Spaniardsand the English?"
4.  "Monseigneur, your Eminence is a hundred times too kind tome; and on the contrary, I think I have not proved myselfworthy of your goodness. The siege of La Rochelle is aboutto be resumed, monseigneur. I shall serve under the eye ofyour Eminence, and if I have the good fortune to conductmyself at the siege in such a manner as merits yourattention, then I shall at least leave behind me somebrilliant action to justify the protection with which youhonor me. Everything is best in its time, monseigneur.Hereafter, perhaps, I shall have the right of giving myself;at present I shall appear to sell myself."
5.  "Yes, yes, madame, you must; and I will save them all.""But how? Tell me at least the means."
6.  "A ninny, indeed!" said Porthos; "but is the matter certain?""I had it from Aramis," replied the Musketeer.


1.  "What do you mean, sir!"
2.  "Doubtless. Has he not seen Monsieur d'Artagnan at my house?""Oh, yes, yes; you are right. Thus all may go well--all may be for thebest; but we do not go far from this place?"
3.  "They'll kill poor Porthos when he comes up," said Aramis."If Porthos were on his legs, he would have rejoined us by thistime," said Athos. "My opinion is that on the ground the drunkenman was not intoxicated."
4.  "You have, no doubt, some order from the cardinal about you?""I have my FULL POWER."
5.   "Gentlemen! Gentlemen!" cried the surrounding group."Monsieur de Treville awaits Monsieur d'Artagnan," cried aservant, throwing open the door of the cabinet.
6.  "Row!" said he to the sailors.


1.  "Yes, monseigneur; but in that unfortunate affair atMeung--"
2.  "But the secret!" said D'Artagnan.
3.  "My dear Athos, I admire you, but nevertheless we were in thewrong, after all."
4、  At that moment Planchet put his head modestly in at thehalf-open door, and told his master that the horses wereready.
5、  Arrived at the foot of the back stairs, he desired them to wait.If the king was still irritated against them, they would departwithout being seen; if the king consented to see them, they wouldonly have to be called.




  • 纪信 08-07

      But it must be acknowledged, this response was butmomentary. An envoy of the Duke of Buckingham, namedMontague, was taken, and proof was obtained of a leaguebetween the German Empire, Spain, England, and Lorraine.This league was directed against France.

  • 张应蓉 08-07

      An instant afterward the three young men separated, agreeingto meet again at four o'clock with Athos, and leavingPlanchet to guard the house.

  • 彭塔福 08-07

       "'Well,' said he to me, 'have you made your mind up to take theoath I requested of you?'

  • 杨家宅 08-07

      "He has done us the honor to remain here."

  • 夏春涛 08-06

    {  "And of what are you so sure?"

  • 吉伯 08-05

      At the first word the cardinal spoke of Mme. de Chevreuse--who,though exiled to Tours and believed to be in that city, had cometo Paris, remained there five days, and outwitted the police--theking flew into a furious passion. Capricious and unfaithful, theking wished to be called Louis the Just and Louis the Chaste.Posterity will find a difficulty in understanding this character,which history explains only by facts and never by reason.But when the cardinal added that not only Mme. de Chevreuse hadbeen in Paris, but still further, that the queen had renewed withher one of those mysterious correspondences which at that timewas named a CABAL; when he affirmed that he, the cardinal, wasabout to unravel the most closely twisted thread of thisintrigue; that at the moment of arresting in the very act, withall the proofs about her, the queen's emissary to the exiledduchess, a Musketeer had dared to interrupt the course of justiceviolently, by falling sword in hand upon the honest men of thelaw, charged with investigating impartially the whole affair inorder to place it before the eyes of the king--Louis XIII couldnot contain himself, and he made a step toward the queen'sapartment with that pale and mute indignation which, when inbroke out, led this prince to the commission of the most pitilesscruelty. And yet, in all this, the cardinal had not yet said aword about the Duke of Buckingham.}

  • 王杰克 08-05

      However, as Porthos had first found an idea, and had thought ofit earnestly afterward, he was the first to act. He was a man ofexecution, this worthy Porthos. D'Artagnan perceived him one daywalking toward the church of St. Leu, and followed himinstinctively. He entered, after having twisted his mustache andelongated his imperial, which always announced on his part themost triumphant resolutions. As D'Artagnan took some precautionsto conceal himself, Porthos believed he had not been seen.D'Artagnan entered behind him. Porthos went and leaned againstthe side of a pillar. D'Artagnan, still unperceived, supportedhimself against the other side.

  • 鲍华 08-05

      D'Artagnan related to Porthos the substance of his interview with thecardinal, and said, taking the commission from his pocket, "Here, myfriend, write your name upon it and become my chief."Porthos cast his eyes over the commission and returned it to D'Artagnan,to the great astonishment of the young man.

  • 陈欧珀 08-04

       "Well, the English like good wine, as you may know, monsieur;these have asked for the best. My wife has perhaps requestedpermission of Monsieur Athos to go into the cellar to satisfythese gentlemen; and he, as usual, has refused. Ah, good heaven!There is the hullabaloo louder than ever!"

  • 王晓山 08-02

    {  "I mean to say that when I came in, although I had the key ofyour apartment in my pocket, and that key had never quit me, Ifound a letter on the green table cover in your bedroom.""And where is that letter?"

  • 童哲 08-02

      At the noise made by D'Artagnan in entering, Aramis lifted up hishead, and beheld his friend; but to the great astonishment of theyoung man, the sight of him did not produce much effect upon theMusketeer, so completely was his mind detached from the things ofthis world.