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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Indeed!"
2.  "Continue, continue!" said Felton; "I am eager to see you attainyour vengeance!"
3.  "Alas, monsieur," said she, "that is too bad."
4.  "In short," continued the cardinal, "as I have heard nothingof you for some time past, I wished to know what you weredoing. Besides, you owe me some thanks. You must yourselfhave remarked how much you have been considered in all thecircumstances."
5.  "It is a wound that confines him to his bed?"
6.  "He is better," said the host, "he fainted quite away.""Indeed!" said the gentleman.


1.  "Time, dear friend, time brings round opportunity;opportunity is the martingale of man. The more we haveventured the more we gain, when we know how to wait.""Yes; but to wait surrounded by assassins and poisoners.""Bah!" said Athos. "God has preserved us hitherto, God willpreserve us still."
2.  The young men filled up their third of a glass with water;then, when they had drunk half the glass, they filled it upagain, and continued to do so. This brought them, by theend of the repast, to swallowing a drink which from thecolor of the ruby had passed to that of a pale topaz.Porthos ate his wing of the fowl timidly, and shuddered whenhe felt the knee of the procurator's wife under the table,as it came in search of his. He also drank half a glass ofthis sparingly served wine, and found it to be nothing butthat horrible Montreuil--the terror of all expert palates.M. Coquenard saw him swallowing this wine undiluted, andsighed deeply.
3.  "Thanks, my brave lover; but as you are satisfied of mylove, you must, in your turn, satisfy me of yours. Is itnot so?"
4.  "And I have the honor of assuring you that I killed one of themwith his own sword," said Aramis; "for mine was broken at thefirst parry. Killed him, or poniarded him, sir, as is mostagreeable to you."
5.  Notwithstanding all the pains he took, D'Artagnan was unable tolearn any more concerning his three new-made friends. He formed,therefore, the resolution of believing for the present all thatwas said of their past, hoping for more certain and extendedrevelations in the future. In the meanwhile, he looked uponAthos as an Achilles, Porthos as an Ajax, and Aramis as a Joseph.As to the rest, the life of the four young friends was joyousenough. Athos played, and that as a rule unfortunately.Nevertheless, he never borrowed a sou of his companions, althoughhis purse was ever at their service; and when he had played uponhonor, he always awakened his creditor by six o'clock the nextmorning to pay the debt of the preceding evening.Porthos had his fits. On the days when he won he was insolentand ostentatious; if he lost, he disappeared completely forseveral days, after which he reappeared with a pale face andthinner person, but with money in his purse.
6.  If to God your tears are shed,


1.  "My Lord, Madame, I ask a hundred pardons! But I love her, myLord, and was jealous. You know what it is to love, my Lord.Pardon me, and then tell me how I can risk my life to serve yourGrace?"
2.  "Your Majesty probably refers to God," said M. de Treville; "forI know no one except God who can be so far above your Majesty.""No, monsieur; I speak of the prop of the state, of my onlyservant, of my only friend--of the cardinal."
3.  To this reproach there is always one response which deludeswomen. D'Artagnan replied in such a manner that Kittyremained in her great delusion. Although she cried freelybefore deciding to transmit the letter to her mistress, shedid at last so decide, which was all D'Artagnan wished.Finally he promised that he would leave her mistress'spresence at an early hour that evening, and that when heleft the mistress he would ascend with the maid. Thispromise completed poor Kitty's consolation.
4.  The mendicant continued to rip his garments; and drew fromamid his rags a hundred and fifty Spanish double pistoles,which he laid down on the table; then he opened the door,bowed, and went out before the young man, stupefied by hisletter, had ventured to address a word to him.
5.   "Remember at a later period and at a certain moment, if anymischance should happen to you," said Richelieu,
6.  "Messieurs Athos, Porthos, and Aramis."


1.  Mme. Bonacieux blushed.
2.  Kitty guessed what was passing in the mind of the young man,and heaved a deep sigh.
3.  Porthos and Aramis remained behind to encounter the jokes ofthe dragoon and the Swiss.
4、  The two Musketeers, who loved their ease, brought a chairfor each of themselves and one for Athos. All three thensat down with their heads together and their ears on thealert.
5、  "The breakfast for these gentlemen is ready," said the host."Well, bring it," said Athos.




  • 米哈伊尔-普罗霍诺夫 08-09

      The mendicant continued to rip his garments; and drew fromamid his rags a hundred and fifty Spanish double pistoles,which he laid down on the table; then he opened the door,bowed, and went out before the young man, stupefied by hisletter, had ventured to address a word to him.

  • 吴根法 08-09

      "The punishment of death," replied D'Artagnan.

  • 达迪耶 08-09

       "But the lady?" asked Porthos.

  • 莫文骅 08-09

      "Be kind enough, then, madame, to act more compliantly.""The conduct is infamously violent! Do you know that, monsieur?""The king commands it, madame; excuse me."

  • 阿尔卡特-朗讯 08-08

    {  Athos sipped the last bottle of his Spanish wine.In the meantime D'Artagnan was defiling with his company.Arriving at the Faubourg St. Antoine, he turned round tolook gaily at the Bastille; but as it was the Bastille alonehe looked at, he did not observe Milady, who, mounted upon alight chestnut horse, designated him with her finger to twoill-looking men who came close up to the ranks to takenotice of him. To a look of interrogation which they made,Milady replied by a sign that it was he. Then, certain thatthere could be no mistake in the execution of her orders,she started her horse and disappeared.

  • 马文婷 08-07

      "Silence, monsieur! Once again, silence! Ah, since the dangersI incur on my own account cannot stop you, think of those you mayyourself run!"}

  • 尤里·卢岑科 08-07

      Now, this is the first part of this precious manuscript which weoffer to our readers, restoring it to the title which belongs toit, and entering into an engagement that if (of which we have nodoubt) this first part should obtain the success it merits, wewill publish the second immediately.

  • 陈冠达 08-07

      "Well, this time," said the cardinal, "it is not necessaryto steal his confidence, but to present yourself frankly andloyally as a negotiator."

  • 克里斯托弗·诺兰 08-06

       "This is not the way that I wished to avenge myself," said Milady,replacing the glass upon the table, with an infernal smile, "but, myfaith! we do what we can!" And she rushed out of the room.Mme. Bonacieux saw her go without being able to follow her; she was likepeople who dream they are pursued, and who in vain try to walk.A few moments passed; a great noise was heard at the gate. Everyinstant Mme. Bonacieux expected to see Milady, but she did not return.Several times, with terror, no doubt, the cold sweat burst from herburning brow.

  • 石梅 08-04

    {  "I thought I did," replied Athos; "but no doubt I wasmistaken." And he returned D'Artagnan the ring without,however, ceasing to look at it.

  • 韦伯斯特 08-04

      "I know you, gentlemen," said the cardinal, "I know you. Iknow you are not quite my friends, and I am sorry you arenot so; but I know you are brave and loyal gentlemen, andthat confidence may be placed in you. Monsieur Athos, dome, then, the honor to accompany me; you and your twofriends, and then I shall have an escort to excite envy inhis Majesty, if we should meet him."