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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Oh, no, monsieur; but out of the regard I have for you, Ihave taken the resolution to tell you so."
2.  He went then to the queen, and according to custom accosted herwith fresh menaces against those who surrounded her. Anne ofAustria lowered her head, allowed the torrent to flow on withoutreplying, hoping that it would cease of itself; but this was notwhat Louis XIII meant. Louis XIII wanted a discussion from whichsome light or other might break, convinced as he was that thecardinal had some afterthought and was preparing for him one ofthose terrible surprises which his Eminence was so skillful ingetting up. He arrived at this end by his persistence inaccusation.
3.  "Pah! Where are you going?" cried the two Musketeers in a breath."The man of Meung!" replied D'Artagnan, and disappeared.D'Artagnan had more than once related to his friends hisadventure with the stranger, as well as the apparition of thebeautiful foreigner, to whom this man had confided some importantmissive.
4.  "Impossible, for three reasons," replied Athos. "The first,that we have not finished breakfast; the second, that westill have some very important things to say; and the third,that it yet wants ten minutes before the lapse of the hour.""Well, then," said Aramis, "we must form a plan of battle.""That's very simple," replied Athos. "As soon as the enemyare within musket shot, we must fire upon them. If theycontinue to advance, we must fire again. We must fire aslong as we have loaded guns. If those who remain of thetroop persist in coming to the assault, we will allow thebesiegers to get as far as the ditch, and then we will pushdown upon their heads that strip of wall which keeps itsperpendicular by a miracle."
5.  "Well," said Felton, "only promise till you have seen me again.If, when you have seen me again, you still persist--well, thenyou shall be free, and I myself will give you the weapon youdesire."
6.  "Indeed!" said Milady, in an anxious tone; "explainyourself, for I really cannot tell what you mean."And she looked at D'Artagnan, who embraced her tenderly,with eyes which seemed to burn themselves away.


1.  "Ma-madame!" cried he; "is that you? How is your husband, ourdear Monsieur Coquenard? Is he still as stingy as ever? Wherecan my eyes have been not to have seen you during the two hoursof the sermon?"
2.  "Armentieres," read Porthos; "Armentieres? I don't know such aplace."
3.  Lord de Winter continued: "The officer who commands here in myabsence you have already seen, and therefore know him. He knowshow, as you must have observed, to obey an order--for you didnot, I am sure, come from Portsmouth hither without endeavoringto make him speak. What do you say of him? Could a statue ofmarble have been more impassive and more mute? You have alreadytried the power of your seductions upon many men, andunfortunately you have always succeeded; but I give you leave totry them upon this one. PARDIEU! if you succeed with him, Ipronounce you the demon himself."
4.  "What, then?" said Aramis, blushing."
5.  This might be a kind remembrance of Monsieur the Cardinal.It may be observed that at the very moment when, thanks tothe ray of the sun, he perceived the gun barrel, he wasthinking with astonishment on the forbearance of hisEminence with respect to him.
6.  At the first word Milady turned, looking at the young manwith astonishment; and when he had finished, she said invery good French, "Monsieur, I should with great confidenceplace myself under your protection if the person with whom Iquarrel were not my brother."


1.  At eight o'clock in the evening Athos ordered the horses to be saddled,and Lord de Winter and his friends notified that they must prepare forthe expedition.
2.  "Yes and no," replied Mousqueton.
3.  "Well, we are beaten! Now let us try to take our revenge.""I will assist you with all my heart, monseigneur; be assured ofthat."
4.  At that moment Planchet put his head modestly in at thehalf-open door, and told his master that the horses wereready.
5.   D'Artagnan thought this was the moment to interfere. Heapproached the other door, and taking off his hatrespectfully, said, "Madame, will you permit me to offer youmy services? It appears to me that this cavalier has madeyou very angry. Speak one word, madame, and I take uponmyself to punish him for his want of courtesy."
6.  "Well, you will have distractions enough, gentlemen, be assured,"said D'Artagnan.


1.  >From that time, D'Artagnan had been cautious with respect tohandkerchiefs with arms on them, and he therefore placed in thepocket of Mme. Bonacieux the one he had just picked up.At that moment Mme. Bonacieux recovered her senses. She openedher eyes, looked around her with terror, saw that the apartmentwas empty and that she was alone with her liberator. Sheextended her hands to him with a smile. Mme. Bonacieux had thesweetest smile in the world.
2.  Then the officer, with the same calm politeness, invited hisprisoner to enter the house. She, with a still-smilingcountenance, took his arm, and passed with him under a low archeddoor, which by a vaulted passage, lighted only at the fartherend, led to a stone staircase around an angle of stone. Theythen came to a massive door, which after the introduction intothe lock of a key which the young man carried with him, turnedheavily upon its hinges, and disclosed the chamber destined forMilady.
3.  "This time," said Athos, first breaking the silence,"D'Artagnan has given us an excellent program, and theletter must be written at once."
4、  "I have not that honor, monseigneur," replied the latter, hiseyes dazzled by the brilliant style in which D'Artagnan traveled."What, you don't know me?"
5、  "Go and call upon him, in order that he may give evidence if yourhaving been with him at half past nine. In a court of justicethat is called an alibi."




  • 姚陈二 08-05

      But Athos continued to march majestically, whatever remarkshis companions made; and they, finding their remarksuseless, regulated their pace by his.

  • 井剑萍 08-05

      "No, madame, on the honor of a soldier, on the faith of aChristian."

  • 李春林 08-05

       Anne of Austria stretched forth her hand, closing her eyes, andleaning with the other upon Estafania, for she felt that herstrength was about to fail her.

  • 卡内基 08-05

      "This evening, monsieur, I am detained in Paris by indispensablebusiness."

  • 孙保卫 08-04

    {  "Well," said the young woman, "what you dreaded has happened. Thisevening, or tomorrow, the cardinal will send someone to take you away.""Who told you that, my dear?" asked Milady.

  • 戚亚平 08-03

      "I have told, sir," murmured Milady, lowering her voice, andallowing herself to sink overpowered to the ground; "I have toldmy secret! He knows all! My God, I am lost!"}

  • 贝拉尔迪 08-03

      "And then?"

  • 张亚东 08-03

      "What's the manner?" cried Athos. "Has she left Armentieres?"Grimaud made a sign in the affirmative. D'Artagnan groaned his teeth."Silence, D'Artagnan!" said Athos. I have charged myself with thisaffair. It is for me, then, to interrogate Grimaud.""Where is she?" asked Athos.

  • 杨树萍 08-02

       "Oh, no, never," said Planchet, "I will never leave Monsieurd'Artagnan."

  • 姚崇德 07-31

    {  Informed of what had passed by the presence of the cardinal andthe alteration in the king's countenance, M. de Treville felthimself something like Samson before the Philistines.Louis XIII had already placed his hand on the knob of the door;at the noise of M. de Treville's entrance he turned round. "Youarrive in good time, monsieur," said the king, who, when hispassions were raised to a certain point, could not dissemble; "Ihave learned some fine things concerning your Musketeers.""And I," said Treville, coldly, "I have some pretty things to tellyour Majesty concerning these gownsmen."

  • 艾瑞克-诺思曼 07-31

      "At his country house."