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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "And how do you know there is a young woman whom I love, andthat I believed that woman dead?" asked D'Artagnan."By that letter which my comrade has in his pocket.""You see, then," said D'Artagnan, "that I must have thatletter. So no more delay, no more hesitation; or elsewhatever may be my repugnance to soiling my sword a secondtime with the blood of a wretch like you, I swear by myfaith as an honest man--" and at these words D'Artagnan madeso fierce a gesture that the wounded man sprang up."Stop, stop!" cried he, regaining strength by force ofterror. "I will go--I will go!"
2.  "Well, if you will have the truth, and me, too!" said Athos.
3.  They then determined to depart. Peace with the landlord, inaddition to Athos's old horse, cost six pistoles. D'Artagnan andAthos took the nags of Planchet and Grimaud, and the two lackeysstarted on foot, carrying the saddles on their heads.However ill our two friends were mounted, they were soon far inadvance of their servants, and arrived at Creveccoeur. From adistance they perceived Aramis, seated in a melancholy manner athis window, looking out, like Sister Anne, at the dust in thehorizon.
4.  "Yes," said Athos, "magnificent. I did not think twosapphires of such a fine water existed. Have you traded itfor your diamond?"
5.  "Amen!" cried the young man, and set off at full gallop.Four hours later he was in Neufchatel. He strictly followed theinstructions he had received. At Neufchatel, as at St. Valery,he found a horse quite ready and awaiting him. He was about toremove the pistols from the saddle he had quit to the one he wasabout to fill, but he found the holsters furnished with similarpistols.
6.  Dec. 3, 1627


1.  "Lord de Winter!" cried Felton.
2.  procurator's wife. "I have been wrong; I see it. I oughtnot to have driven a bargain when it was to equip a cavalierlike you."
3.  "Bad, monsieur, bad!" replied the king; "I am bored."This was, in fact, the worst complaint of Louis XIII, who wouldsometimes take one of his courtiers to a window and say,"Monsieur So-and-so, let us weary ourselves together.""How! Your Majesty is bored? Have you not enjoyed the pleasuresof the chase today?"
4.  "And there again you are wrong. A horse slips and injures ajoint; a horse stumbles and breaks his knees to the bone; a horseeats out of a manger in which a glandered horse has eaten. Thereis a horse, while on the contrary, the hundred pistoles feedtheir master."
5.  Felton's orders were, for the rest, executed with a silentrapidity that gave a good idea of the way in which he maintaineddiscipline.
6.  "So far, well," said Athos, "I perceive you know me.""The Comte de la Fere!" murmured Milady, becomingexceedingly pale, and drawing back till the wall preventedher from going any farther.


1.  The question of carrying the city by assault, though oftendebated in the council of the king, had been always rejected. Inthe first place, La Rochelle appeared impregnable. Then thecardinal, whatever he said, very well knew that the horror ofbloodshed in this encounter, in which Frenchman would combatagainst Frenchman, was a retrograde movement of sixty yearsimpressed upon his policy; and the cardinal was at that periodwhat we now call a man of progress. In fact, the sack of LaRochelle, and the assassination of three of four thousandHuguenots who allowed themselves to be killed, would resemble tooclosely, in 1628, the massacre of St. Bartholomew in 1572; andthen, above all this, this extreme measure, which was not at allrepugnant to the king, good Catholic as he was, always fellbefore this argument of the besieging generals--La Rochelle isimpregnable except to famine.
2.  "His name; his name!" cried D'Artagnan.
3.  "God abandons him who abandons himself," said Milady."But he will draw upon his head the punishment reserved for thedamned!" said Felton, with increasing exultation. "He wills thathuman vengeance should precede celestial justice.""Men fear him and spare him."
4.  "But don't mistake," said D'Artagnan, "there is more selfishnessin my toast than perhaps you may think--for it is only inprosperous establishments that one is well received. In hotelsthat do not flourish, everything is in confusion, and thetraveler is a victim to the embarrassments of his host. Now, Itravel a great deal, particularly on this road, and I wish to seeall innkeepers making a fortune."
5.   "What the devil shall we do now, gentlemen?" cried Athos."Have you forgotten anything?" said Aramis.
6.  "Admirable!" replied the young men in chorus.


1.  "And that running footman who waited at the door, and thatcarriage with a coachman in grand livery who sat waiting on hisseat?"
2.  "You have my word," said he; "for the second time I give youyour life."
3.  "Any you will submit to the reparation he may require?""Certainly."
4、  An old proverb says, "Like master, like man." Let us pass, then,from the valet of Athos to the valet of Porthos, from Grimaud toMousqueton.
5、  Grimaud shook his head negatively.




  • 蒲甘 08-08

      According to the laws of dueling at that period, D'Artagnan wasat liberty to assist whom he pleased. While he was endeavoringto find out which of his companions stood in greatest need, hecaught a glance from Athos. The glance was of sublime eloquence.Athos would have died rather than appeal for help; but he couldlook, and with that look ask assistance. D'Artagnan interpretedit; with a terrible bound he sprang to the side of Cahusac,crying, "To me, Monsieur Guardsman; I will slay you!"Cahusac turned. It was time; for Athos, whose great couragealone supported him, sank upon his knee.

  • 考斯特拉 08-08

      "Now do you understand?" said Athos.

  • 冯潮作 08-08

       Milady knew that Lord de Winter lied, and she was the morealarmed.

  • 徐延辉 08-08

      "Your Eminence may perceive that if we had not taken thisprecaution, we should have been exposed to allowing you to passwithout presenting you our respects or offering you our thanksfor the favor you have done us in uniting us. D'Artagnan,"continued Athos, "you, who but lately were so anxious for such anopportunity for expressing your gratitude to Monseigneur, here itis; avail yourself of it."

  • 尤华智 08-07

    {  The night was quiet enough. Toward two o'clock in the morningsomebody endeavored to open the door; but as Planchet awoke in aninstant and cried, "Who goes there?" somebody replied that he wasmistaken, and went away.

  • 阿瓦隆 08-06

      "Oh, no, your Excellency, he is not the devil," replied the host,with a grin of contempt; "for during his fainting we rummaged hisvalise and found nothing but a clean shirt and eleven crowns--which however, did not prevent his saying, as he was fainting,that if such a thing had happened in Paris, you should have causeto repent of it at a later period."}

  • 魏玉洁 08-06

      Still further, in Buckingham's lodging, which he had beenforced to abandon more precipitately than he expected,papers were found which confirmed this alliance and which,as the cardinal asserts in his memoirs, strongly compromisedMme. de Chevreuse and consequently the queen.

  • 布伦特-布罗维内尔 08-06

      There happened to be a sermon, which made the church very full ofpeople. Porthos took advantage of this circumstance to ogle thewomen. Thanks to the cares of Mousqueton, the exterior was forfrom announcing the distress of the interior. His hat was alittle napless, his feather was a little faded, his gold lace wasa little tarnished, his laces were a trifle frayed; but in theobscurity of the church these things were not seen, and Porthoswas still the handsome Porthos.

  • 卢耀清 08-05

       "Tell him also that I am acquainted with all the details ofthe adventure at Amiens; that I will have a little romancemade of it, wittily turned, with a plan of the garden andportraits of the principal actors in that nocturnalromance."

  • 弗拉基米尔·伊里奇 08-03

    {  "The queen and the duke?" cried Richelieu.

  • 胡黄连 08-03

      "Well, one day when she was hunting with her husband," continuedAthos, in a low voice, and speaking very quickly," she fell fromher horse and fainted. The count flew to her to help, and as sheappeared to be oppressed by her clothes, he ripped them open withhis poinard, and in so doing laid bare her shoulder.D'Artagnan," said Athos, with a maniacal burst of laughter,"guess what she had on her shoulder."