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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  Porthos and Aramis were so engaged with their game, and Athos waswatching them with so much attention, that they did not evenperceive their young companion go out, who, as he had told theGuardsman of his Eminence, stopped outside the door. An instantafter, the Guardsman descended in his turn. As D'Artagnan had notime to lose, on account of the audience of the king, which wasfixed for midday, he cast his eyes around, and seeing that thestreet was empty, said to his adversary, "My faith! It isfortunate for you, although your name is Bernajoux, to have onlyto deal with an apprentice Musketeer. Never mind; be content, Iwill do my best. On guard!"
2.  "Well, monsieur," said Planchet, who had observed his master growread and pale successively, "did I not guess truly? Is it notsome bad affair?"
4.  As they rode along, the duke endeavored to draw from D'Artagnan,not all that had happened, but what D'Artagnan himself knew. Byadding all that he heard from the mouth of the young man to hisown remembrances, he was enabled to form a pretty exact idea of aposition of the seriousness of which, for the rest, the queen'sletter, short but explicit, gave him the clue. But that whichastonished him most was that the cardinal, so deeply interestedin preventing this young man from setting his foot in England,had not succeeded in arresting him on the road. It was then,upon the manifestation of this astonishment, that D'Artagnanrelated to him the precaution taken, and how, thanks to thedevotion of his three friends, whom he had left scattered andbleeding on the road, he had succeeded in coming off with asingle sword thrust, which had pierced the queen's letter and forwhich he had repaid M. de Wardes with such terrible coin. Whilehe was listening to this recital, delivered with the greatestsimplicity, the duke looked from time to time at the young manwith astonishment, as if he could not comprehend how so muchprudence, courage, and devotedness could be allied with acountenance which indicated not more than twenty years.The horses went like the wind, and in a few minutes they were atthe gates of London. D'Artagnan imagined that on arriving intown the duke would slacken his pace, but it was not so. He kepton his way at the same rate, heedless about upsetting those whomhe met on the road. In fact, in crossing the city two or threeaccidents of this kind happened; but Buckingham did not even turnhis head to see what became of those he had knocked down.D'Artagnan followed him amid cries which strongly resembledcurses.
5.  "Be kind enough to pardon me, madame; but in this circumstance Iam but the instrument which the king employs. Has not hisMajesty just left you, and has he not himself asked you toprepare for this visit?"
6.  "Ah, monsieur!" replied Planchet, recurring to his besettingidea, "that Monsieur Bonacieux has something vicious in hiseyebrows, and something very unpleasant in the play of his lips.""What the devil makes you think of Bonacieux?"


1.  The noise became louder; the horses could not be more than a hundred andfifty paces distant. If they were not yet to be seen, it was becausethe road made an elbow. The noise became so distinct that the horsesmight be counted by the rattle of their hoofs.
2.  "And you forget one thing."
3.  "Her very self; she gave it me last night. Here it is,"replied D'Artagnan, taking it from his finger.
4.  The Musketeer advanced two steps, and pushed D'Artagnan asidewith his hand. D'Artagnan made a spring backward and drew hissword. At the same time, and with the rapidity of lightning, thestranger drew his.
5.  "Himself!"
6.  "By the way," resumed De Winter, stopping at the threshold of thedoor, "you must not, Milady, let this check take away yourappetite. Taste that fowl and those fish. On my honor, they arenot poisoned. I have a very good cook, and he is not to be myheir; I have full and perfect confidence in him. Do as I do.Adieu, dear sister, till your next swoon!"


1.  "Indeed, sire, I did not. The house may be suspected; but I denythat it is so in the part of it inhabited my Monsieur d'Artagnan,for I can affirm, sire, if I can believe what he says, that theredoes not exist a more devoted servant of your Majesty, or a moreprofound admirer of Monsieur the Cardinal."
2.  The quarters of Monsieur were at Dompierre; the quarters ofthe king were sometimes at Estree, sometimes at Jarrie; thecardinal's quarters were upon the downs, at the bridge of LaPierre, in a simple house without any entrenchment. So thatMonsieur watched Bassompierre; the king, the Duc
3.  "Devil take me if I taste one of them!" murmured Porthos tohimself, and then said aloud, "Thank you, my cousin, I am nolonger hungry."
4.  "Then it is understood," said D'Artagnan; "you would rather bekilled than desert your post?"
5.   "I agree, monsieur; but do not be too confident. Take yourhandkerchief; whether it belongs to you or another, you mayperhaps stand in need of it."
6.  One instant after, the heavy step of a marine who served assentinel was heard in the corridor--his ax in his girdle and hismusket on his shoulder.


1.  "Where you please, my dear child."
2.  "No, monsieur, no; you appear to be an honest young man, and Iwill have confidence in you. I believe, then, that it is not onaccount of any intrigues of her own that my wife has beenarrested, but because of those of a lady much greater thanherself."
3.  "Now, gentlemen," said Athos, when he had ascertained there were fivechambers free in the hotel, "let everyone retire to his own apartment.D'Artagnan needs to be alone, to weep and to sleep. I take charge ofeverything; be easy."
4、  This measure somewhat reassured Bonacieux. If they meant toexecute him at La Greve, it could scarcely be worth while to gaghim, as they had nearly reached the place of execution. Indeed,the carriage crossed the fatal spot without stopping. Thereremained, then, no other place to fear but the Traitor's Cross;the carriage was taking the direct road to it.
5、  The blood had mounted to the head of D'Artagnan, and at thatmoment he would have drawn his sword against all the Musketeersin the kingdom as willingly as he now did against Athos, Porthos,and Aramis.




  • 孙守增 08-11

      The couple, then, although they had not seen each other for eightdays, and during that time serious events had taken place inwhich both were concerned, accosted each other with a degree ofpreoccupation. Nevertheless, Bonacieux manifested real joy, andadvanced toward his wife with open arms. Madame Bonacieuxpresented her cheek to him.

  • 王尚荣 08-11

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  • 黄元新 08-11

       By an involuntary movement and in spite of the injunctiongiven, D'Artagnan put his horse into a gallop, and in a fewstrides overtook the carriage; but the window washermetically closed, the vision had disappeared.

  • 陈晓众 08-11

      "What diabolical villainy you have performed here," said Porthos,when the officer had rejoined his companions and the four friendsfound themselves alone. "Shame, shame, for four Musketeers toallow an unfortunate fellow who cried for help to be arrested istheir midst! And a gentleman to hobnob with a bailiff!""Porthos," said Aramis, "Athos has already told you that you area simpleton, and I am quite of his opinion. D'Artagnan, you area great man; and when you occupy Monsieur de Treville's place, Iwill come and ask your influence to secure me an abbey.""Well, I am in a maze," said Porthos; "do YOU approve of whatD'Artagnan has done?"

  • 艾普拉 08-10

    {  D'Artagnan already fancied himself, so rapid is the flight of ourdreams upon the wings of imagination, accosted by a messengerfrom the young woman, who brought him some billet appointing ameeting, a gold chain, or a diamond. We have observed that youngcavaliers received presents from their king without shame. Letus add that in these times of lax morality they had no moredelicacy with respect to the mistresses; and that the latteralmost always left them valuable and durable remembrances, as ifthey essayed to conquer the fragility of their sentiments by thesolidity of their gifts.

  • 张今标 08-09

      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.}

  • 张辛欣 08-09

      "But you are not the men to allow sword wounds to beinflicted upon you thus," said the cardinal. "Come, befrank, gentlemen, you have settled accounts with somebody!Confess; you know I have the right of giving absolution.""I, monseigneur?" said Athos. "I did not even draw mysword, but I took him who offended me round the body, andthrew him out of the window. It appears that in falling,"continued Athos, with some hesitation, "he broke his thigh.""Ah, ah!" said the cardinal; "and you, Monsieur Porthos?""I, monseigneur, knowing that dueling is prohibited--Iseized a bench, and gave one of those brigands such a blowthat I believe his shoulder is broken."

  • 白岷 08-09

      "I am recruiting myself," said Porthos, "I am recruiting myself.Nothing weakens a man more than these devilish strains. Did youever suffer from a strain, Athos?"

  • 杨秋棉 08-08

       "But another thing."

  • 李丙 08-06

    {  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!"

  • 郑明 08-06

      These three others fenced against him with their agile swords.D'Artagnan at first took these weapons for foils, and believedthem to be buttoned; but he soon perceived by certain scratchesthat every weapon was pointed and sharpened, and that at each ofthese scratches not only the spectators, but even the actorsthemselves, laughed like so many madmen.