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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Yes," said D'Artagnan, "Athos is right, it must be burned. Andyet if we burn it, who knows whether Monsieur Cardinal has not asecret to interrogate ashes?"
2.  When D'Artagnan was out of the Louvre, and consulted his friendsupon the use he had best make of his share of the forty pistoles,Athos advised him to order a good repast at the Pomme-de-Pin,Porthos to engage a lackey, and Aramis to provide himself with asuitable mistress.
3.  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.
4.  "Well, perhaps. I will say, then, Monsieur, quite short.""You may even say, My Lord," replied Athos, who stickled forpropriety.
5.  During the time which Lord de Winter took to shut the door, closea shutter, and draw a chair near to his sister-in-law's fauteuil,Milady, anxiously thoughtful, plunged her glance into the depthsof possibility, and discovered all the plan, of which she couldnot even obtain a glance as long as she was ignorant into whosehands she had fallen. She knew her brother-in-law to be a worthygentleman, a bold hunter, an intrepid player, enterprising withwomen, but by no means remarkable for his skill in intrigues.How had he discovered her arrival, and caused her to be seized?Why did he detain her?
6.  "Describe him to me, then."


1.  While Porthos and Mousqueton were breakfasting, with theappetites of convalescents and with that brotherly cordialitywhich unites men in misfortune, D'Artagnan related how Aramis,being wounded, was obliged to stop at Crevecoeur, how he had leftAthos fighting at Amiens with four men who accused him of being acoiner, and how he, D'Artagnan, had been forced to run the Comtesde Wardes through the body in order to reach England.But there the confidence of D'Artagnan stopped. He only addedthat on his return from Great Britain he had brought back fourmagnificent horses--one for himself, and one for each of hiscompanions; then he informed Porthos that the one intended forhim was already installed in the stable of the tavern.At this moment Planchet entered, to inform his master that thehorses were sufficiently refreshed and that it would be possibleto sleep at Clermont.
2.  "Capital! Adieu, Chevalier."
3.  "No, upon honor and by the faith of a gentleman, I bought it withthe contents of my own purse," answered he whom they designatedby the name Porthos.
4.  Felton remained standing, motionless and undecided."He still doubts," thought Milady; "I have not been earnestenough."
5.  With another man, Milady might have preserved some doubt;but she knew Athos. Nevertheless, she remained motionless."You have one second to decide," said he.
6.  "My dear Athos, I admire you, but nevertheless we were in thewrong, after all."


1.  Ah! no, we were mistaken; he had discovered a purchaser forhis diamond.
2.  At first sight, nothing denoted the cardinal; and it wasimpossible for those who did not know his face to guess in whosepresence they were.
3.  "You forget that my enemies may arrive at any minute.""That's true; but is this little woman, then, to escape his Eminence?""Bah!" said Milady, with a smile that belonged only to herself; "youforget that I am her best friend."
4.  Planchet and Fourreau, as pale as death, were trying to givehim succor; but it was plain that all assistance wasuseless--all the features of the dying man were distortedwith agony.
5.   D'Artagnan tapped the bag he had in his pocket.
6.  "Commend me to the cardinal."


1.  "Yes, I know that," said Buckingham; "he has a prisoner.""It is of that prisoner that I wish to speak to your Grace," repliedFelton.
2.  "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."
3.  "And I renew my promise. Be easy, I am a gentleman. A gentlemanhas but his word, and I have given you mine."
4、  "No doubt some invisible witness had seen me draw the water fromthat fountain, and had taken advantage of my confidence in it,the better to assure my ruin, so coolly resolved upon, so cruellypursued.
5、  "Come, Monsieur Bazin, make yourself easy," said D'Artagnan;"people of all conditions gain the kingdom of heaven.""Monsieur was already such a good theologian," said Bazin, almostweeping; "he might have become a bishop, and perhaps a cardinal.""Well, but my poor Bazin, reflect a little. Of what use is it tobe a churchman, pray? You do not avoid going to war by thatmeans; you see, the cardinal is about to make the next campaign,helm on head and partisan in hand. And Monsieur de Nogaret de laValette, what do you say of him? He is a cardinal likewise. Askhis lackey how often he has had to prepare lint of him.""Alas!" sighed Bazin. "I know it, monsieur; everything is turnedtopsy-turvy in the world nowadays."




  • 赵嵘 08-09

      "There goes one!" cried Athos, at the end of five hundred paces."But why did that man attack Porthos rather than any other one ofus?" asked Aramis.

  • 况某某 08-09


  • 柳梧 08-09

       "Scarcely ever; she had business to transact with linen drapers,to whose houses I conducted her."

  • 黎铿 08-09

      "Now," hastily interrupted the Jesuit, on seeing that his acolytewas going astray, "now your thesis would please the ladies; itwould have the success of one of Monsieur Patru's pleadings.""Please God!" cried Aramis, transported.

  • 李梦迪 08-08

    {  "Silence, silence, begone!" said Kitty. "There is nothingbut a wainscot between my chamber and Milady's; every wordthat is uttered in one can be heard in the other.""That's exactly the reason I won't go," said D'Artagnan."What!" said Kitty, blushing.

  • 安暖 08-07

      "Well, I am sure that in less than three days this balsam wouldcure you; and at the end of three days, when you would be cured--well, sir, it would still do me a great honor to be your man."D'Artagnan spoke these words with a simplicity that did honor tohis courtesy, without throwing the least doubt upon his courage."PARDIEU, monsieur!" said Athos, "that's a proposition thatpleases me; not that I can accept it, but a league off it savorsof the gentleman. Thus spoke and acted the gallant knights ofthe time of Charlemagne, in whom every cavalier ought to seek hismodel. Unfortunately, we do not live in the times of the greatemperor, we live in the times of the cardinal; and three dayshence, however well the secret might be guarded, it would beknown, I say, that we were to fight, and our combat would beprevented. I think these fellows will never come.""If you are in haste, monsieur," said D'Artagnan, with the samesimplicity with which a moment before he had proposed to him toput off the duel for three days, "and if it be your will todispatch me at once, do not inconvenience yourself, I pray you.""There is another word which pleases me," cried Athos, with agracious nod to D'Artagnan. "That did not come from a manwithout a heart. Monsieur, I love men of your kidney; and Iforesee plainly that if we don't kill each other, I shallhereafter have much pleasure in your conversation. We will waitfor these gentlemen, so please you; I have plenty of time, and itwill be more correct. Ah, here is one of them, I believe."In fact, at the end of the Rue Vaugirard the gigantic Porthosappeared.}

  • 阙洲荣 08-07


  • 谢太峰 08-07

      "Are there, then, in England two men to whom such an epithet canbe applied?"

  • 古榕 08-06

       "Because she had been branded," continued D'Artagnan."Bah!" cried Porthos. "Impossible! What do you say--thatshe wanted to have her brother-in-law killed?"

  • 顾昶 08-04

    {  D'Artagnan took his hand. "See, Planchet," said he, "thesegentlemen only say this out of affection for me, but atbottom they all like you."

  • 江帆 08-04

      "My dear fellow, I invited them to a dinner the next day,"replied Aramis. "They have some capital wine here-please toobserve that in passing. I did my best to make them drunk. Thenthe curate forbade me to quit my uniform, and the Jesuitentreated me to get him made a Musketeer."