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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Nothing," said the king, "nothing. But all the time he was inParis, you, of course, did not lose sight of him?""No, sire."
2.  "I am only temporarily a Musketeer," said Aramis, humbly."It is some time since we heard from his mistress," saidAthos, in a low voice. "But take no notice; we know allabout that."
3.  "You are in a hurry?" said the Musketeer, as pale as a sheet."Under that pretense you run against me! You say. 'Excuse me,'and you believe that is sufficient? Not at all my young man. Doyou fancy because you have heard Monsieur de Treville speak to usa little cavalierly today that other people are to treat us as hespeaks to us? Undeceive yourself, comrade, you are not Monsieurde Treville."
4.  "Capitally," replied M. de Busigny.
5.  "Do not jest about holy things, my friend."
6.  "My Lord," continued Felton, becoming more excited as he spoke, "myLord, beware! All England is tired of your iniquities; my Lord, youhave abused the royal power, which you have almost usurped; my Lord, youare held in horror by God and men. God will punish you hereafter, but Iwill punish you here!"


1.  "I do not like to disturb those who pray, madame," said Felton,seriously; "do not disturb yourself on my account, I beseechyou."
2.  Grimaud immediately obeyed. On their part, the threefriends had reloaded their arms; a second discharge followedthe first. The brigadier and two pioneers fell dead; therest of the troop took to flight.
3.  "Admirable! You are rich then, my dear Monsieur Bonacieux?""I am comfortably off, monsieur, that's all; I have scrapedtogether some such thing as an income of two or three thousandcrown in the haberdashery business, but more particularly inventuring some funds in the last voyage of the celebratednavigator Jean Moquet; so that you understand, monsieur--But"cried the citizen.
4.  She was sent by her mistress to the false De Wardes. Hermistress was mad with love, intoxicated with joy. Shewished to know when her lover would meet her a second night;and poor Kitty, pale and trembling, awaited D'Artagnan'sreply. The counsels of his friend, joined to the cries ofhis own heart, made him determine, now his pride was savedand his vengeance satisfied, not to see Milady again. As areply, he wrote the following letter:
5.  "Well," replied Athos, "have you not heard what D'Artagnansaid?"
6.  "Have the goodness to send mine to Athos's residence. I shoulddread some disagreeable encounter if I were to go home.""Be easy. Adieu, and a prosperous voyage. A PROPOS," said M. deTreville, calling him back.


1.  "Intact, my dear friend; besides the harness of your Bucephalusand mine."
2.  "It is of no use for you to know anything about it," said theyoung woman, whom an instinctive mistrust now impelled to drawback. "It was about one of those purchases that interest women--a purchase by which much might have been gained."But the more the young woman excused herself, the more importantBonacieux thought the secret which she declined to confide tohim. He resolved then to hasten immediately to the residence ofthe Comte de Rochefort, and tell him that the queen was seekingfor a messenger to send to London.
3.  "And what did you understand by what we said?"
4.  "My Lord, Milady de Winter is an angel; you know that she is, and Idemand her liberty of you."
5.   On his side Buckingham, in pretending to maintain the honorof England, was moved by interests exactly like those of thecardinal. Buckingham also was pursuing a private vengeance.Buckingham could not under any pretense be admitted intoFrance as an ambassador; he wished to enter it as aconqueror.
6.  "It is true; I am too good-natured. In brief, how much remains?""Twenty-five pistoles," said D'Artagnan.


1.  Athos took the letter from the hands of D'Artagnan,approached the lamp, set fire to the paper, and did not letgo till it was reduced to a cinder.
2.  "He will guess, at least. Now, then, what had I better do?""Return instantly. It appears to me that the news you bear is worth thetrouble of a little diligence."
3.  Athos cast a glance over the epistle, and to disperse allthe suspicions that might have been created, read aloud:
4、  "For me?" said Derogation, seizing the letter.
5、  "I did not know that," replied M. de Treville, in a somewhatsoftened tone. "The cardinal exaggerated, as I perceive.""But pray, sir," continued Aramis, who, seeing his captain becomeappeased, ventured to risk a prayer, "do not say that Athos iswounded. He would be in despair if that should come to the earsof the king; and as the wound is very serious, seeing that aftercrossing the shoulder it penetrates into the chest, it is to be feared--"At this instant the tapestry was raised and a noble and handsomehead, but frightfully pale, appeared under the fringe."Athos!" cried the two Musketeers.




  • 王志泽 08-09

      "I do not know whether I ought to tell you what I suspect.""Monsieur, I beg you to observe that I ask you absolutelynothing. It is you who have come to me. It is you who have toldme that you had a secret to confide in me. Act, then, as youthink proper; there is still time to withdraw."

  • 吴尔庚 08-09

      "VENTREBLEU!" cried D'Artagnan, rising from the table, the storyof the present day making him forget that of the preceding one."Patience!" said Athos; "I had a plan. The Englishman was anoriginal; I had seen him conversing that morning with Grimaud,and Grimaud had told me that he had made him proposals to enterinto his service. I staked Grimaud, the silent Grimaud, dividedinto ten portions."

  • 张选根 08-09

       "Ah, madame," said Porthos, in the most melancholy tone he couldassume, "when we are about to enter upon a campaign--a campaign,in which my presentiments tell me I shall be killed--""Oh, don't talk of such things!" cried the procurator's wife,bursting into tears.

  • 张良凤 08-09

      "I know that you have been abducted, madame."

  • 杨爱萍 08-08

    {  "Your Majesty will not forget that I have done everything in mypower to prevent a rupture."

  • 阿尔曼 08-07

      "At least you don't speak well of him."}

  • 宋虎 08-07

      It may be supposed that his desire to hear the conversation wasaugmented by this discovery. His eyes took a strange expression,and with the step of a tiger-cat he advanced toward the hedge;but he had not been able to catch more than a few vague syllableswithout any positive sense, when a sonorous and short cry madehim start, and attracted the attention of the Musketeers."Officer!" cried Grimaud.

  • 焦磊 08-07

      "I believe so," replied Aramis.

  • 吉永勉 08-06

       Milady in the course of the conversation twice or thrice bither lips; she had to deal with a Gascon who played close.At the same hour as on the preceding evening, D'Artagnanretired. In the corridor he again met the pretty Kitty; thatwas the name of the SOUBRETTE. She looked at him with anexpression of kindness which it was impossible to mistake;but D'Artagnan was so preoccupied by the mistress that henoticed absolutely nothing but her.

  • 罗伯特帕汀森 08-04

    {  The little house was surrounded by a low, quickset hedge, two or threefeet high. Athos sprang over the hedge and went up to the window, whichwas without shutters, but had the half-curtains closely drawn.He mounted the skirting stone that his eyes might look over the curtain.By the light of a lamp he saw a woman, wrapped in a dark mantle, seatedupon a stool near a dying fire. Her elbows were placed upon a meantable, and she leaned her head upon her two hands, which were white asivory.

  • 吴爱玲 08-04

      "Ah, this is too much!" cried Buckingham, making a step toward the door.Felton barred his passage.