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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Stay!" said D'Artagnan; and taking out his handkerchief, hegagged him.
2.  "Ah, monsieur," said Planchet, on perceiving D'Artagnan, "howglad I am to see you."
3.  "But in coming too early I should be afraid of awakening yourMajesty."
4.  Felton leaned for support upon a piece of furniture; and Miladysaw, with the joy of a demon, that his strength would fail himperhaps before the end of her recital.
5.  "Well, but whatever expenses he may have incurred, I am sure heis in a condition to pay them."
6.  "My dear Cousin, I think I shall make up my mind to set out forBethune, where my sister has placed our little servant in theconvent of the Carmelites; this poor child is quite resigned, asshe knows she cannot live elsewhere without the salvation of hersoul being in danger. Nevertheless, if the affairs of our familyare arranged, as we hope they will be, I believe she will run therisk of being damned, and will return to those she regrets,particularly as she knows they are always thinking of her.Meanwhile, she is not very wretched; what she most desires is aletter from her intended. I know that such viands pass withdifficulty through convent gratings; but after all, as I havegiven you proofs, my dear cousin, I am not unskilled in suchaffairs, and I will take charge of the commission. My sisterthanks you for your good and eternal remembrance. She hasexperienced much anxiety; but she is now at length a littlereassured, having sent her secretary away in order that nothingmay happen unexpectedly.


1.  "Listen," said he to him. "When you have given the letterto Lord de Winter and he has read it, you will further sayto him: Watch over his Grace Lord Buckingham, for they wishto assassinate him. But this, Planchet, is so serious andimportant that I have not informed my friends that I wouldentrust this secret to you; and for a captain's commission Iwould not write it."
2.  "My Lord, The person who writes these few lines had thehonor of crossing swords with you in the little enclosure ofthe Rue d'Enfer. As you have several times since declaredyourself the friend of that person, he thinks it his duty torespond to that friendship by sending you importantinformation. Twice you have nearly been the victim of a nearrelative, whom you believe to be your heir because youare ignorant that before she contracted a marriage inEngland she was already married in France. But the thirdtime, which is the present, you may succumb. Your relativeleft La Rochelle for England during the night. Watch herarrival, for she has great and terrible projects. If yourequire to know positively what she is capable of, read herpast history on her left shoulder."
3.  He then thought, with a touch of vexation, that perhaps the youngwoman had fallen asleep while waiting for him. He approached thewall, and tried to climb it; but the wall had been recentlypointed, and D'Artagnan could get no hold.
4.  "Why so?"
5.  At the name of Lord de Winter, who was known to be one of his Grace'smost intimate friends, the officer of the post gave orders to let Feltonpass, who, besides, wore the uniform of a naval officer.Felton darted into the palace.
6.  "But you will remain; you are not afraid?" said D'Artagnan,coming back to recommend courage to his lackey.


1.  "Far from here?"
2.  "And I about ten pistoles," said Aramis.
3.  "That is to say, you are in love with this lady as you werewith Madame Bonacieux," said Athos, shrugging his shoulderscontemptuously, as if he pitied human weakness.
4.  "Well, agreed for a pretty mule," said Porthos; "you areright, I have seen very great Spanish nobles whose wholesuite were mounted on mules. But then you understand,Madame Coquenard, a mule with feathers and bells.""Be satisfied," said the procurator's wife.
5.   D'Artagnan was well known among the honorable corps of theking's Musketeers, in which it was known he would one daytake his place; he was considered beforehand as a comrade.It resulted from these antecedents that everyone enteredheartily into the purpose for which they met; besides, itwould not be unlikely that they would have an opportunity ofplaying either the cardinal or his people an ill turn, andfor such expeditions these worthy gentlemen were alwaysready.
6.  The king made his way through the crowd without a mask, and theribbons of his doublet scarcely tied. He went straight to thequeen, and in an altered voice said, "Why, madame, have you notthought proper to wear your diamond studs, when you know it wouldgive me so much gratification?"


1.  "Keep your secret, young man, and tell me what you wish.""I wish you to obtain for me, from Monsieur Dessessart, leave ofabsence for fifteen days."
2.  "Where?" demanded D'Artagnan.
3.  "I then swore that this woman who had ruined him, who was more than hisaccomplice, since she had urged him to the crime, should at least sharehis punishment. I suspected where she was concealed. I followed her, Icaught her, I bound her; and I imprinted the same disgraceful mark uponher that I had imprinted upon my poor brother.
4、  M. de Treville employed this powerful weapon for the king, in thefirst place, and the friends of the king--and then for himselfand his own friends. For the rest, in the memoirs of thisperiod, which has left so many memoirs, one does not find thisworthy gentleman blamed even by his enemies; and he had many suchamong men of the pen as well as among men of the sword. In noinstance, let us say, was this worthy gentleman accused ofderiving personal advantage from the cooperation of his minions.Endowed with a rare genius for intrigue which rendered him theequal of the ablest intriguers, he remained an honest man. Stillfurther, in spite of sword thrusts which weaken, and painfulexercises which fatigue, he had become one of the most gallantfrequenters of revels, one of the most insinuating lady's men,one of the softest whisperers of interesting nothings of hisday; the BONNES FORTUNES of De Treville were talked of as thoseof M. de Bassompierre had been talked of twenty years before, andthat was not saying a little. The captain of the Musketeers wastherefore admired, feared, and loved; and this constitutes thezenith of human fortune.
5、  She has no occasion to teach me the way in which a man ofspirit may obtain his pardon. I will come and ask mine ateleven o'clock this evening.




  • 梅里尔·爱德华·纽曼 08-06

      "Monsieur," said Athos, letting him go, "you are not polite; itis easy to perceive that you come from a distance."D'Artagnan had already strode down three or four stairs, but atAthos's last remark he stopped short.

  • 袁某某 08-06

      "Tall, well-made? She has lost a tooth, next to theeyetooth on the left?"

  • 陶子 08-06


  • 涂彬海 08-06

      She was awakened by a soft voice which sounded at the foot of her bed.She opened her eyes, and saw the abbess, accompanied by a young womanwith light hair and delicate complexion, who fixed upon her a look fullof benevolent curiosity.

  • 周悦 08-05

    {  And Planchet retired, shaking his head with an air of doubt,which the liberality of D'Artagnan had not entirely effaced.Left alone, D'Artagnan read and reread his billet. Then hekissed and rekissed twenty times the lines traced by the hand ofhis beautiful mistress. At length he went to bed, fell asleep,and had golden dreams.

  • 朱钟毅 08-04

      "And on what will you sleep?" said D'Artagnan.}

  • 穆里尼奥 08-04

      "Ah," said the Englishman, "is it you, my master? It seemsyou must always be playing some game or other."

  • 李曙光 08-04

      D'Artagnan ran after her. It was not difficult for him toovertake a woman embarrassed with her cloak. He came up with herbefore she had traversed a third of the street. The unfortunatewoman was exhausted, not by fatigue, but by terror, and whenD'Artagnan placed his hand upon her shoulder, she sank upon oneknee, crying in a choking voice, "Kill me, if you please, youshall know nothing!"

  • 张祖辉 08-03


  • 格拉 08-01

    {  My Dear Cousin, Here is the authorization from my sister to withdrawour little servant from the convent of Bethune, the air of which youthink is bad for her. My sister sends you this authorization with greatpleasure, for she is very partial to the little girl, to whom sheintends to be more serviceable hereafter.

  • 荷尔蒙—— 08-01

      Milady Clarik