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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Yes, who was hanged."
2.  As the door closed after them Kitty rushed toward it.Jealousy, fury, offended pride, all the passions in shortthat dispute the heart of an outraged woman in love, urgedher to make a revelation; but she reflected that she wouldbe totally lost if she confessed having assisted in such amachination, and above all, that D'Artagnan would also belost to her forever. This last thought of love counseledher to make this last sacrifice.
3.  "Which you are taking back to him?" said D'Artagnan."Exactly!" replied Mousqueton. "You may well believe that wewill not accept such steeds as these in exchange for thosewhich had been promised to us."
4.  "But it was my husband who would not hear of lending.""Madame Coquenard," said Porthos, "remember the first letter youwrote me, and which I preserve engraved in my memory."The procurator's wife uttered a groan.
5.  "Gentlemen," said Athos, "no divided attention, I beg; leteach one pick out his man."
6.  "We are about to have the honor of charging you," replied Aramis,lifting his hat with one hand and drawing his sword with theother.


1.  "Ah, excuse me, then," said D'Artagnan. "You must be awarethat I was ignorant of that, madame."
2.  "At what o'clock, please your Majesty?"
3.  "But before he fainted, he collected all his strength tochallenge you, and to defy you while challenging you.""Why, this fellow must be the devil in person!" cried thestranger.
4.  The procurator repeated several times, "Ah, MadameCoquenard! Accept my compliments; your dinner has been areal feast. Lord, how I have eaten!"
5.  Porthos arrived a minute after D'Artagnan. The four friendswere reunited.
6.  "Shall I bring him alone?"


1.  "Shall you see him on your return, Monsieur Count?""Without a doubt."
2.  "Or rather you insult me," continued she, pressing with herstiffened hands the two arms of her easy chair, and raisingherself upon her wrists.
3.  "And by whom? Do you know him? Oh, if you know him, tell me!""By a man of from forty to forty-five years, with black hair, adark complexion, and a scar on his left temple."
4.  During this passage, Felton related everything to Milady--how,instead of going to London, he had chartered the little vessel;how he had returned; how he had scaled the wall by fasteningcramps in the interstices of the stones, as he ascended, to givehim foothold; and how, when he had reached the bars, he fastenedhis ladder. Milady knew the rest.
5.   "Honor! Luckily for the rascal, for I should have left him deadon the spot, I assure you."
6.  "And is the written report of the gownsmen to be placed incomparison with the word of honor of a swordsman?" repliedTreville haughtily.


1.  "Silence!" said the young woman, placing her hand upon his lips;"silence, and go the same way you came!"
2.  "Oh, the Red Duke! Bravo! Bravo! The Red Duke!" cried Porthos,clapping his hands and nodding his head. "The Red Duke iscapital. I'll circulate that saying, be assured, my dear fellow.Who says this Aramis is not a wit? What a misfortune it is youdid not follow your first vocation; what a delicious abbe youwould have made!"
4、  "At the noise I raised myself up on one hand.
5、  "Well, if you are cold, Planchet, you can go into one of thosecabarets that you see yonder, and be in waiting for me at thedoor by six o'clock in the morning."




  • 叶永棠 08-03

      "Doubtless. Has he not seen Monsieur d'Artagnan at my house?""Oh, yes, yes; you are right. Thus all may go well--all may be for thebest; but we do not go far from this place?"

  • 苏励 08-03

      "Your Lordship does me much honor," said the host, "and I thankyou sincerely for your kind wish."

  • 黄世铭 08-03

       "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.

  • 苏某某 08-03

      "He need not sail!" cried Milady, forgetting her usual presenceof mind.

  • 贾斯汀·卡尔 08-02

    {  "Not at all," said Athos, calmly.

  • 龙宇阳 08-01

      "And you are going alone?"}

  • 信用卡—龙卡 08-01

      "Alas, dear friend!" said Aramis, "our late adventures have disgustedme with military life. This time my determination is irrevocably taken.After the siege I shall enter the house of the Lazarists. Keep thecommission, D'Artagnan; the profession of arms suits you. You will be abrave and adventurous captain."

  • 理查德·麦格雷戈 08-01

      Let our readers reassure themselves. IF D'Artagnan forgets hishost, or appears to forget him, under the pretense of not knowingwhere he has been carried, we will not forget him, and we knowwhere he is. But for the moment, let us do as did the amorousGascon; we will see after the worthy mercer later.D'Artagnan, reflecting on his future amours, addressing himselfto the beautiful night, and smiling at the stars, rescinded theRue Cherish-Midi, or Chase-Midi, as it was then called. As hefound himself in the quarter in which Aramis lived, he took itinto his head to pay his friend a visit in order to explain themotives which had led him to send Planchet with a request that hewould come instantly to the mousetrap. Now, if Aramis had beenat home when Planchet came to his abode, he had doubtlesshastened to the Rue des Fossoyeurs, and finding nobody there buthis other two companions perhaps, they would not be able toconceive what all this meant. This mystery required anexplanation; at least, so D'Artagnan declared to himself.He likewise thought this was an opportunity for talking aboutpretty little Mme. Bonacieux, of whom his head, if not his heart,was already full. We must never look for discretion in firstlove. First love is accompanied by such excessive joy thatunless the joy be allowed to overflow, it will stifle you.Paris for two hours past had been dark, and seemed a desert.Eleven o'clock sounded from all the clocks of the Faubourg St.Germain. It was delightful weather. D'Artagnan was passingalong a lane on the spot where the Rue d'Assas is now situated,breathing the balmy emanations which were borne upon the windfrom the Rue de Vaugirard, and which arose from the gardensrefreshed by the dews of evening and the breeze of night. From adistance resounded, deadened, however, by good shutters, thesongs of the tipplers, enjoying themselves in the cabaretsscattered along the plain. Arrived at the end of the lane,D'Artagnan turned to the left. The house in which Aramis dweltwas situated between the Rue Cassette and the Rue Servandoni.D'Artagnan had just passed the Rue Cassette, and alreadyperceived the door of his friend's house, shaded by a mass ofsycamores and clematis which formed a vast arch opposite thefront of it, when he perceived something like a shadow issuingfrom the Rue Servandoni. This something was enveloped in acloak, and D'Artagnan at first believed it was a man; but by thesmallness of the form, the hesitation of the walk, and theindecision of the step, he soon discovered that it was a woman.Further, this woman, as if not certain of the house she wasseeking, lifted up her eyes to look around her, stopped, wentbackward, and then returned again. D'Artagnan was perplexed."Shall I go and offer her my services?" thought he. "By her stepshe must be young; perhaps she is pretty. Oh, yes! But a womanwho wanders in the streets at this hour only ventures out to meether lover. If I should disturb a rendezvous, that would not bethe best means of commencing an acquaintance."

  • 袁佳怡 07-31

       Kitty entered to bring some sherbet. Her mistress put on acharming face, and smiled on her graciously; but alas! thepoor girl was so sad that she did not even notice Milady'scondescension.

  • 刘海燕 07-29

    {  "There are five of them," said Athos, half aloud, "and we are butthree; we shall be beaten again, and must die on the spot, for,on my part, I declare I will never appear again before thecaptain as a conquered man."

  • 纳什 07-29

      The Comte de Rochefort bowed like a man who acknowledges thesuperiority of the master as great, and retired.