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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Monseigneur is correctly informed," said D'Artagnan."Since that time many things have happened to you. You werewalking one day behind the Chartreux, when it would havebeen better if you had been elsewhere. Then you took withyour friends a journey to the waters of Forges; they stoppedon the road, but you continued yours. That is all verysimple: you had business in England."
2.  "Well," said he to the young girl, "are you willing, my dearKitty, that I should give you a proof of that love which youdoubt?"
3.  "Who, I?"
4.  The king, however, who sought distraction, while traveling as fast aspossible--for he was anxious to be in Paris by the twenty-third--stoppedfrom time to time to fly the magpie, a pastime for which the taste hadbeen formerly inspired in him by De Luynes, and for which he had alwayspreserved a great predilection. Out of the twenty Musketeers sixteen,when this took place, rejoiced greatly at this relaxation; but the otherfour cursed it heartily. D'Artagnan, in particular, had a perpetualbuzzing in his ears, which Porthos explained thus: "A very great ladyhas told me that this means that somebody is talking of you somewhere."At length the escort passed through Paris on the twenty-third, in thenight. The king thanked M. de Treville, and permitted him to distributefurloughs for four days, on condition that the favored parties shouldnot appear in any public place, under penalty of the Bastille.The first four furloughs granted, as may be imagined, were to our fourfriends. Still further, Athos obtained of M. de Treville six daysinstead of four, and introduced into these six days two more nights--forthey set out on the twenty-fourth at five o'clock in the evening, and asa further kindness M. de Treville post-dated the leave to the morning ofthe twenty-fifth.
5.  "Of that which I am ready to feel toward you."
6.  "Now," said Aramis, "you will please to understand,gentlemen, that Bazin alone can carry this letter to Tours.My cousin knows nobody but Bazin, and places confidence innobody but him; any other person would fail. Besides, Bazinis ambitious and learned; Bazin has read history, gentlemen,he knows that Sixtus the Fifth became Pope after having keptpigs. Well, as he means to enter the Church at the sametime as myself, he does not despair of becoming Pope in histurn, or at least a cardinal. You can understand that a manwho has such views will never allow himself to be taken, orif taken, will undergo martyrdom rather than speak.""Very well," said D'Artagnan, "I consent to Bazin with allmy heart, but grant me Planchet. Milady had him one dayturned out of doors, with sundry blows of a good stick toaccelerate his motions. Now, Planchet has an excellentmemory; and I will be bound that sooner than relinquish anypossible means of vengeance, he will allow himself to bebeaten to death. If your arrangements at Tours are yourarrangements, Aramis, those of London are mine. I request,then, that Planchet may be chosen, more particularly as hehas already been to London with me, and knows how to speakcorrectly: London, sir, if you please, and my master, Lordd'Artagnan. With that you may be satisfied he can make hisway, both going and returning."


1.  A second smile, almost imperceptible, stole over the rosy lips ofthe pretty young woman.
2.  "Women are very indiscreet, my sister. Cannot I serve you as awaiting maid? By that means all our secrets will remain in thefamily."
3.  "As to remitting a letter with safety to her Majesty," saidAramis, coloring, "I will take that upon myself. I know aclever person at Tours--"
4.  "AU REVOIR; then; that is all I have to say today. Tomorrow Iwill see you again, to take my leave." With these words thebaron went out. Milady had listened to all this menacing tiradewith a smile of disdain on her lips, but rage in her heart.Supper was served. Milady felt that she stood in need of all herstrength. She did not know what might take place during thisnight which approached so menacingly--for large masses of cloudrolled over the face of the sky, and distant lightning announceda storm.
5.  Felton took the bag and threw it to the foot of the wall."Now," said he, "will you come?"
6.  "Which means?"


1.  Beyond the fortifications through which Athos had made a breachin order to get out, and which were composed of fagots, planks,and empty casks, heaped up according to all the rules of thestrategic art, they found, swimming in puddles of oil and wine,the bones and fragments of all the hams they had eaten; while aheap of broken bottles filled the whole left-hand corner of thecellar, and a tun, the cock of which was left running, wasyielding, by this means, the last drop of its blood. "The imageof devastation and death," as the ancient poet says, "reigned asover a field of battle."
2.  "Did you ask for me, my good friend?" said M. de Treville.'Yes, monsieur," said D'Artagnan, lowering his voice, "than thehonor, perhaps the life of the queen."
3.  "You child, why, there is not a man who has not believed, as youdo, that his mistress loved him, and there lives not a man whohas not been deceived by his mistress."
4.  As long as they were within the circle of the camp, the fourfriends did not exchange one word; besides, they werefollowed by the curious, who, hearing of the wager, wereanxious to know how they would come out of it. But whenonce they passed the line of circumvallation and foundthemselves in the open plain, D'Artagnan, who was completelyignorant of what was going forward, thought it was time todemand an explanation.
5.   "When?"
6.  "Good, the Luxembourg! One might believe this is anallusion to the queen-mother! That's ingenious," saidAthos.


1.  "Your companion!" cried D'Artagnan, becoming more pale than the whiteveil of his mistress. "Of what companion are you speaking, dearConstance?"
2.  "I invent nothing, madame; I create nothing. I only speak thatexact truth."
3.  The host obeyed. Athos called Grimaud, pointed to a largebasket which lay in a corner, and made a sign to him to wrapthe viands up in the napkins.
4、  He repaired, then, instantly to the office of the LIEUTENANT-CRIMINEL. The officer who commanded the post of theRed Cross was sent for, and by successive inquiries they learnedthat Athos was then lodged in the Fort l'Eveque.
5、  "Monsieur," said the young woman, "you weary me very much, Iassure you, with your questions."




  • 王章明 08-10

      "Yes, monsieur, we are cousins," said Porthos, without beingdisconcerted, as he had never reckoned upon being receivedenthusiastically by the husband.

  • 林光华 08-10

      "Yes, the ground is all sown," said the Jesuit, "and we have notto fear that one portion of the seed may have fallen upon stone,another upon the highway, or that the birds of heaven have eatenthe rest, AVES COELI COMEDERUNT ILLAM."

  • 唐纳德 08-10

       "Now," said she, "listen to me."

  • 谢才洪 08-10

      "Well!" cried D'Artagnan, "tell us all about it.""Dame, that's a long job, monsieur."

  • 松槚 08-09


  • 蒋宋 08-08

      "No one can reproach you for anything of the kind, MonsieurBonacieux," said the young man; "you are a model for regularpeople. It is true that when a man possesses a young and prettywife, he has no need to seek happiness elsewhere. Happinesscomes to meet him, does it not, Monsieur Bonacieux?"Bonacieux became as pale as death, and grinned a ghastly smile."Ah, ah!" said Bonacieux, "you are a jocular companion! Butwhere the devil were you gladding last night, my young master?It does not appear to be very clean in the crossroads."D'Artagnan glanced down at his boots, all covered with mud; butthat same glance fell upon the shoes and stockings of the mercer,and it might have been said they had been dipped in the same mudheap. Both were stained with splashes of mud of the sameappearance.}

  • 诺曼·所罗门 08-08

      "Oh, yes," said Kitty, clapping her hands, "very willing.""Well, then, come here, my dear," said D'Artagnan,establishing himself in an easy chair; "come, and let metell you that you are the prettiest SOUBRETTE I ever saw!"And he did tell her so much, and so well, that the poorgirl, who asked nothing better than to believe him, didbelieve him. Nevertheless, to D'Artagnan's great

  • 许婷慧 08-08

      The four countenances expressed four different feelings:that of Porthos, tranquillity; that of D'Artagnan, hope;that of Aramis, uneasiness; that of Athos, carelessness.At the end of a moment's conversation, in which Porthoshinted that a lady of elevated rank had condescended torelieve him from his embarrassment, Mousqueton entered. Hecame to request his master to return to his lodgings, wherehis presence was urgent, as he piteously said.

  • 李朴民 08-07

       D'Artagnan ran home immediately, and although it was threeo'clock in the morning and he had some of the worst quarters ofParis to traverse, he met with no misadventure. Everyone knowsthat drunkards and lovers have a protecting deity.He found the door of his passage open, sprang up the stairs andknocked softly in a manner agreed upon between him and hislackey. Planchet*, whom he had sent home two hours before fromthe Hotel de Ville, telling him to sit up for him, opened thedoor for him.

  • 刘华伟 08-05

    {  "Where we have orders to lead you."

  • 孔智勇 08-05

      "Yes, she of whom you told me one day at Amiens."Athos uttered a groan, and let his head sink on his hands."This is a woman of twenty-six or twenty-eight years.""Fair," said Athos, "is she not?"