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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "I do not tell you this, madame, to terrify you; no, it is evenridiculous for me to name it to you, and, believe me, I take noheed of such dreams. But the words you have just spoken, thehope you have almost given me, will have richly paid all--were itmy life."
2.  At these words he took up a silver bell, and rang it; the officerentered.
3.  M. de Treville, after having written the letter, sealed it, andrising, approached the young man in order to give it to him. Butat the very moment when D'Artagnan stretched out his hand toreceive it, M. de Treville was highly astonished to see hisprotege make a sudden spring, become crimson with passion, andrush from the cabinet crying, "S'blood, he shall not escape methis time!"
4.  "Silence, with respect to me, silence, with respect to myfriends; silence about the queen, above all, or you will ruineverybody without saving yourself! Come, come, gentlemen, removethe fellow." And D'Artagnan pushed the half-stupefied merceramong the Guards, saying to him, "You are a shabby old fellow, mydear. You come to demand money of me--of a Musketeer! To prisonwith him! Gentlemen, once more, take him to prison, and keep himunder key as long as possible; that will give me time to payhim."
5.  Bazin, who looked at his master, without comprehending the causeof this change, in a melancholy manner, allowed the omelet toslip into the spinach, and the spinach onto the floor."Now this is the moment to consecrate your existence to the Kingof kings," said D'Artagnan, "if you persist in offering him acivility. NON INUTILE DESIDERIUM OBLATIONE."
6.  On his part, the cardinal was not behind the king in thisrespect. When he saw the formidable and chosen body with whichLouis XIII had surrounded himself, this second, or rather thisfirst king of France, became desirous that he, too, should havehis guard. He had his Musketeers therefore, as Louis XIII hadhis, and these two powerful rivals vied with each other inprocuring, not only from all the provinces of France, but evenfrom all foreign states, the most celebrated swordsmen. It wasnot uncommon for Richelieu and Louis XIII to dispute over theirevening game of chess upon the merits of their servants. Eachboasted the bearing and the courage of his own people. Whileexclaiming loudly against duels and brawls, they excited themsecretly to quarrel, deriving an immoderate satisfaction orgenuine regret from the success or defeat of their owncombatants. We learn this from the memoirs of a man who wasconcerned in some few of these defeats and in many of thesevictories.


1.  Athos recognized his comrade, and phlegmatic as he was, heburst into a laugh which was quite excused by the strangemasquerade before his eyes--petticoats falling over hisshoes, sleeves tucked up, and mustaches stiff withagitation.
2.  "For life," replied Porthos, in the same manner.
3.  "But if he mistrusted you, how could he confide such an order toyou?"
4.  "Then, my friend, take back this ring, to which I see youattach much value."
5.  "No."
6.  The citizen took a paper from his pocket, and presented it toD'Artagnan.


1.  You who weep!"
2.  D'Artagnan and Planchet mounted, and took the road to St.Germain.
3.  "Listen, my dear girl," said D'Artagnan; "you cannot butperceive that all this must end, some way or other. Miladymay discover that you gave the first billet to my lackeyinstead of to the count's; that it is I who have opened theothers which ought to have been opened by De Wardes. Miladywill then turn you out of doors, and you know she is not thewoman to limit her vengeance. "Alas!" said Kitty, "for whomhave I exposed myself to all that?"
4.  Porthos observed a last struggle between love and avarice."And as," continued he, "the duchess whom you saw at the churchhas estates near to those of my family, we mean to make thejourney together. Journeys, you know, appear much shorter whenwe travel two in company."
5.   The name of Porthos produced its effect upon the clerks, whobegan to laugh; but Porthos turned sharply round, and everycountenance quickly recovered its gravity.
6.  Loose, half-drunk, imposing, the king's Musketeers, or rather M.de Treville's, spread themselves about in the cabarets, in thepublic walks, and the public sports, shouting, twisting theirmustaches, clanking their swords, and taking great pleasure inannoying the Guards of the cardinal whenever they could fall inwith them; then drawing in the open streets, as if it were thebest of all possible sports; sometimes killed, but sure in thatcase to be both wept and avenged; often killing others, but thencertain of not rotting in prison, M. de Treville being there toclaim them. Thus M. de Treville was praised to the highest noteby these men, who adored him, and who, ruffians as they were,trembled before him like scholars before their master, obedientto his least word, and ready to sacrifice themselves to wash outthe smallest insult.


1.  "I thank you, sir," replied the prisoner, humbly.Felton made a slight bow, and directed his steps toward the door.At the moment he was about to go out, Lord de Winter appeared inthe corridor, followed by the soldier who had been sent to informhim of the swoon of Milady. He held a vial of salts in his hand."Well, what is it--what is going on here?" said he, in a jeeringvoice, on seeing the prisoner sitting up and Felton about to goout. "Is this corpse come to life already? Felton, my lad, didyou not perceive that you were taken for a novice, and that thefirst act was being performed of a comedy of which we shalldoubtless have the pleasure of following out all thedevelopments?"
2.  In fact, as we have said, the whole camp was in motion.More than two thousand persons had assisted, as at aspectacle, in this fortunate but wild undertaking of thefour friends--and undertaking of which they were far fromsuspecting the real motive. Nothing was heard but cried of"Live the Musketeers! Live the Guards!" M. de Busigny wasthe first to come and shake Athos by the hand, andacknowledge that the wager was lost. The dragoon and theSwiss followed him, and all their comrades followed thedragoon and the Swiss. There was nothing but felicitations,pressures of the hand, and embraces; there was no end to theinextinguishable laughter at the Rochellais. The tumult atlength became so great that the cardinal fancied there mustbe some riot, and sent La Houdiniere, his captain of theGuards, to inquire what was going on.
3.  "Never mind, never mind!" resumed the cardinal, with a smilewhich indicated that he knew the story as well as he whowished to relate it. "You were recommended to Monsieur deTreville, were you not?"
4、  "The Guards of the cardinal! And why so?" asked Porthos, warmly."Because he plainly perceives that his piquette* stands in needof being enlivened by a mixture of good wine."
5、  "It is that your Majesty will make him come here, willinterrogate him yourself, TETE-A-TETE, without witnesses, andthat I shall see your Majesty as soon as you have seen the duke.""What, then! You will bind yourself," cried the king, "by whatMonsieur de la Tremouille shall say?"




  • 熊仁 08-04

      "What! Mousqueton is here, then?"

  • 郎平 08-04

      "This time," said Athos, first breaking the silence,"D'Artagnan has given us an excellent program, and theletter must be written at once."

  • 王晓鸥 08-04

       M. de Treville approved of the resolution he had adopted,and assured him that if on the morrow he did not appear, hehimself would undertake to find him, let him be where hemight.

  • 林祖密 08-04

      "My dear Athos, we are enveloped in a network of spies. Anddo you believe he knew you again, Kitty?"

  • 吕庆华 08-03

    {  "I have given you the choice between America and Tyburn," repliedLord de Winter. "Choose Tyburn, madame. Believe me, the cord ismore certain than the knife."

  • 祝剑禾 08-02

      "Ah, young man, young man, some flirtation or other. Take care,I repeat to you, take care. It is woman who has ruined us, stillruins us, and will ruin us, as long as the world stands. Take myadvice and set out this evening."}

  • 吴歌 08-02

      "But what are you going to fight about, Athos?" asked Aramis."Faith! I don't very well know. He hurt my shoulder. And you,Porthos?"

  • 李兴卫 08-02

      "Yes," replied Porthos, "it is the one that ought to havebeen sent to me at first. A bad joke of the husband'ssubstituted the other; but the husband has been punishedsince, and I have obtained full satisfaction."

  • 刘沛丰 08-01

       "The secret is," said Athos, "that I saw Milady last night."D'Artagnan was lifting a glass to his lips; but at the nameof Milady, his hand trembled so, that he was obliged to putthe glass on the ground again for fear of spilling thecontents."

  • 田宇翔 07-30

    {  And she assumed, upon sitting up in the armchair, a still moregraceful and abandoned position than when she reclined.Felton arose.

  • 李良学 07-30

      D'Artagnan placed his hand upon the queen's diamond, whichhe wore, and quickly turned the stone inward; but it was toolate.