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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  But Athos might be said to bear a charmed life. The ballspassed and whistled all around him; not one struck him.Athos waved his flag, turning his back on the guards of thecity, and saluting those of the camp. On both sides loudcries arose--on the one side cries of anger, on the othercries of enthusiasm.
2.  "Adieu, Countess."
3.  "Ah, you surprise me. I thought I had told you a most lamentablestory." And he looked at the young man as if he would read thebottom of his heart.
4.  "The Marechale d'Ancre was no more than the Marechale d'Ancre. AFlorentine adventurer, sire, and that was all; while the augustspouse of your Majesty is Anne of Austria, Queen of France--thatis to say, one of the greatest princesses in the world.""She is not the less guilty, Monsieur Duke! The more she hasforgotten the high position in which she was placed, the moredegrading is her fall. Besides, I long ago determined to put anend to all these petty intrigues of policy and love. She hasnear her a certain Laporte."
5.  "There are several branches of the D'Artagnans at Tarbes andin its environs," said the cardinal; "to which do youbelong?"
6.  "As for me," replied Athos to this recital, "I am quite atmy ease; it will not be women that will defray the expenseof my outfit."


2.  No signature.
3.  At the moment a great jingling of spurs was heard on the stairs.Some voices passed and faded away, and the sound of a singlefootstep approached the door.
4.  "It is much better both for you and for me to stop where we are,"answered the wounded man. "CORBLEU--I am more your friend than youthink--for after our very first encounter, I could by saying a word tothe cardinal have had your throat cut!"
5.  "It is only to poets that such things happen," said Athos,gravely.
6.  As Athos and Porthos had foreseen, at the expiration of a halfhour, D'Artagnan returned. He had again missed his man, who haddisappeared as if by enchantment. D'Artagnan had run, sword inhand, through all the neighboring streets, but had found nobodyresembling the man he sought for. Then he came back to the pointwhere, perhaps, he ought to have begun, and that was to knock atthe door against which the stranger had leaned; but this proveduseless--for though he knocked ten or twelve times in succession,no one answered, and some of the neighbors, who put their nosesout of their windows or were brought to their doors by the noise,had assured him that that house, all the openings of which weretightly closed, had not been inhabited for six months.While D'Artagnan was running through the streets and knocking atdoors, Aramis had joined his companions; so that on returning himD'Artagnan found the reunion complete.


1.  The young men filled up their third of a glass with water;then, when they had drunk half the glass, they filled it upagain, and continued to do so. This brought them, by theend of the repast, to swallowing a drink which from thecolor of the ruby had passed to that of a pale topaz.Porthos ate his wing of the fowl timidly, and shuddered whenhe felt the knee of the procurator's wife under the table,as it came in search of his. He also drank half a glass ofthis sparingly served wine, and found it to be nothing butthat horrible Montreuil--the terror of all expert palates.M. Coquenard saw him swallowing this wine undiluted, andsighed deeply.
2.  "Yes, monsieur; and there is nothing I would not do to prove toMonsieur that I am attached to him."
3.  "But I tell you, Monsieur Commissary," cried Bonacieux, in histurn, "there is not the least doubt about the matter. Monsieurd'Artagnan is my tenant, although he does not pay me my rent--andeven better on that account ought I to know him. MonsieurDessessart's Guards, and this gentleman is in the company ofMonsieur de Treville's Musketeers. Look at his uniform, MonsieurCommissary, look at his uniform!"
4.  "A small vessel with an English crew, whose captain is on myside, awaits you at the mouth of Charente, at fort of thePoint. He will set sail tomorrow morning."
5.   "That is well," said Mme. Bonacieux. "Now, in my turn, let megive you my instructions."
6.  No signature.


1.  Dec. 3, 1627
2.  D'Artagnan breathed again.
3.  At the moment she spoke these words a rap on the ceiling made herraise her head, and a voice which reached her through the ceilingcried, "Dear Madame Bonacieux, open for me the little door on thealley, and I will come down to you."
4、  "We shall know, be assured. Nothing is concealed from thecardinal; the cardinal knows everything."
5、  "Tell it, Athos, tell it."




  • 关咏荷 08-06

      Encouraged by this invitation, D'Artagnan followed the duke, whoclosed the door after them. The two found themselves in a smallchapel covered with a tapestry of Persian silk worked with gold,and brilliantly lighted with a vast number of candles. Over aspecies of altar, and beneath a canopy of blue velvet, surmountedby white and red plumes, was a full-length portrait of Anne ofAustria, so perfect in its resemblance that D'Artagnan uttered acry of surprise on beholding it. One might believe the queen wasabout to speak. On the altar, and beneath the portrait, was thecasket containing the diamond studs.

  • 王云峰 08-06

      Whether Porthos understood him or did not understand him, givingway to his anger, "Monsieur," said he, "you stand a chance ofgetting chastised if you rub Musketeers in this fashion.""Chastised, Monsieur!" said D'Artagnan, "the expression isstrong."

  • 弗洛雷亚尔·索尔 08-06

       "And not a man to instruct them. Falconers are declining. Iknow no one but myself who is acquainted with the noble art ofvenery. After me it will all be over, and people will hunt withgins, snares, and traps. If I had but the time to train pupils!But there is the cardinal always at hand, who does not leave me amoment's repose; who talks to me about Spain, who talks to meabout Austria, who talks to me about England! Ah! A PROPOS ofthe cardinal, Monsieur de Treville, I am vexed with you!"This was the chance at which M. de Treville waited for the king.He knew the king of old, and he knew that all these complaintswere but a preface--a sort of excitation to encourage himself--and that he had now come to his point at last.

  • 周恒 08-06

      He, however, arrived without accident in the campestablished before La Rochelle, of the tenth of the month ofSeptember of the year 1627.

  • 张仲平 08-05

    {  "But," said he whom D'Artagnan thus provoked, "it appears to methat this place is badly chosen, and that we should be betterbehind the Abbey St. Germain or in the Pre-aux-Clercs.""What you say is full of sense," replied D'Artagnan; "butunfortunately I have very little time to spare, having anappointment at twelve precisely. On guard, then, monsieur, onguard!"

  • 旺达-娜拉 08-04

      D'Artagnan flew to his hole, laid himself down on the floor atfull length, and listened.}

  • 吴建安 08-04

      "Not so bad yet," replied Athos; "for by this time she musthave quit the shores of France."

  • 阮开森 08-04

      "Yes, I know that he meant to afford you that agreeablesurprise."

  • 汪勇 08-03

       As for Aramis, of whom we believe we have sufficiently explainedthe character--a character which, like that of his lackey wascalled Bazin. Thanks to the hopes which his master entertainedof someday entering into orders, he was always clothed in black,as became the servant of a churchman. He was a Berrichon,thirty-five or forty years old, mild, peaceable, sleek, employingthe leisure his master left him in the perusal of pious works,providing rigorously for two a dinner of few dishes, butexcellent. For the rest, he was dumb, blind, and deaf, and ofunimpeachable fidelity.

  • 埃德蒙兹 08-01

    {  Milady assumed her smile of a resigned victim, and shook herhead.

  • 舒郁仁 08-01

      "Good, good!" cried the calm voice of Athos, from the other sideof the door, "let them just come in, these devourers of littlechildren, and we shall see!"