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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  A ray of light all at once broke upon the mind of the host as hewas giving himself to the devil upon finding nothing."That letter is not lost!" cried he.
2.  "I? I know nothing about it."
3.  "By US, you mean!" cried D'Artagnan.
4.  "Then it is understood," said D'Artagnan; "you would rather bekilled than desert your post?"
5.  D'Artagnan fancied himself very cunning when advising Miladyto renounce, by pardoning De Wardes, the furious projectsshe had formed.
6.  "Because a mistress is one of the cardinal's favorite means; hehas not one that is more expeditious. A woman will sell you forten pistoles, witness Delilah. You are acquainted with theScriptures?"


1.  "To London, gentlemen," said D'Artagnan.
2.  "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."
3.  Felton remained behind; he held a book in his hand.Milady, reclining in an armchair near the chimney, beautiful,pale, and resigned, looked like a holy virgin awaiting martyrdom.Felton approached her, and said, "Lord de Winter, who is aCatholic, like yourself, madame, thinking that the deprivation ofthe rites and ceremonies of your church might be painful to you,has consented that you should read every day the ordinary of yourMass; and here is a book which contains the ritual."At the manner in which Felton laid the book upon the little tablenear which Milady was sitting, at the tone in which he pronouncedthe two words, YOUR MASS, at the disdainful smile with which heaccompanied them, Milady raised her head, and looked moreattentively at the officer.
4.  A cold sweat broke from D'Artagnan's brow. Why, this womanwas a monster! He resumed his listening, but unfortunatelythe toilet was finished.
5.  "While I watched the window, he guarded the door.""Good!" said Athos. "You are good and faithful servants."Athos sprang from his horse, gave the bridle to Grimaud, and advancedtoward the window, after having made a sign to the rest of the troop togo toward the door.
6.  "Here it is, my Lord."


1.  "Yes, but I have my breviary to repeat," answered Aramis; "thensome verses to compose, which Madame d'Aiguillon begged of me.Then I must go to the Rue St. Honore in order to purchase somerouge for Madame de Chevreuse. So you see, my dear friend, thatif you are not in a hurry, I am very much in a hurry."Aramis held out his hand in a cordial manner to his youngcompanion, and took leave of him.
3.  "You are all mistaken, gentlemen," answered Athos, gravely; "youare eating horse."
4.  "My God, yes, GAVE, that is the word," said Porthos; "for theanimal was worth at least a hundred and fifty louis, and thestingy fellow would only give me eighty."
5.   "Within two leagues of this place, at the inn of the RedDovecot."
6.  "But what do you require of me, then? Let us see.""I have told you. You must depart instantly, monsieur. You mustaccomplish loyally the commission with which I deign to chargeyou, and on that condition I pardon everything, I forgeteverything; and what is more," and she geld out her hand to him,"I restore my love."


1.  Cries were soon heard, and then moans, which someone appeared tobe endeavoring to stifle. There were no questions."The devil!" said D'Artagnan to himself. "It seems like a woman!They search her; she resists; they use force--the scoundrels!"In spite of his prudence, D'Artagnan restrained himself withgreat difficulty from taking a part in the scene that was goingon below.
2.  The chancellor entered, half smiling, half blushing. As we shallprobably meet with him again in the course of our history, it maybe well for our readers to be made at once acquainted with him.This chancellor was a pleasant man. He was Des Roches le Masle,canon of Notre Dame, who had formerly been valet of a bishop, whointroduced him to his Eminence as a perfectly devout man. Thecardinal trusted him, and therein found his advantage.There are many stories related of him, and among them this.After a wild youth, he had retired into a convent, there toexpiate, at least for some time, the follies of adolescence. Onentering this holy place, the poor penitent was unable to shutthe door so close as to prevent the passions he fled fromentering with him. He was incessantly attacked by them, and thesuperior, to whom he had confided this misfortune, wishing asmuch as in him lay to free him from them, had advised him, inorder to conjure away the tempting demon, to have recourse to thebell rope, and ring with all his might. At the denunciatingsound, the monks would be rendered aware that temptation wasbesieging a brother, and all the community would go to prayers.This advice appeared good to the future chancellor. He conjuredthe evil spirit with abundance of prayers offered up by themonks. But the devil does not suffer himself to be easilydispossessed from a place in which he has fixed his garrison. Inproportion as they redoubled the exorcisms he redoubled thetemptations; so that day and night the bell was ringing fullswing, announcing the extreme desire for mortification which thepenitent experienced.
3.  "Repeat it! Repeat it!" cried D'Artagnan; "it will make a littlechange."
4、  "Young man," said he to D'Artagnan, "a suggestion.""What?"
5、  "Ah, monsieur," said Planchet, "I will succeed or I willconsent to be cut in quarters; and if they do cut me inquarters, be assured that not a morsel of me will speak."It was decided that Planchet should set out the next day, ateight o'clock in the morning, in order, as he had said, thathe might during the night learn the letter by heart. Hegained just twelve hours by this engagement; he was to beback on the sixteenth day, by eight o'clock in the evening.In the morning, as he was mounting his horse, D'Artagnan,who felt at the bottom of his heart a partiality for theduke, took Planchet aside.




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      The three friends uttered a cry of surprise.

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       "That is to say, I visit an Englishwoman--the one I named.""Oh, ay! the fair woman on whose account I gave you advice,which naturally you took care not to adopt."

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    {  In five minutes they gained the land.

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      "No high-sounding words! Let us sit down and chat quietly, asbrother and sister ought to do."