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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "All is lost!" cried Buckingham, becoming as pale as a corpse;"two of the studs are wanting, there are only ten.""Can you have lost them, my Lord, or do you think they have beenstolen?"
2.  "That purse contained sixty pistoles; where is it?""Deposited with the justice; they said it was bad money.""Very well; get me my purse back and keep the sixty pistoles.""But Monseigneur knows very well that justice never lets go thatwhich it once lays hold of. If it were bad money, there might besome hopes; but unfortunately, those were all good pieces.""Manage the matter as well as you can, my good man; it does notconcern me, the more so as I have not a livre left.""Come," said D'Artagnan, "let us inquire further. Athos's horse,where is that?"
3.  "Admirable! You are rich then, my dear Monsieur Bonacieux?""I am comfortably off, monsieur, that's all; I have scrapedtogether some such thing as an income of two or three thousandcrown in the haberdashery business, but more particularly inventuring some funds in the last voyage of the celebratednavigator Jean Moquet; so that you understand, monsieur--But"cried the citizen.
4.  "What I have heard, then, from our good mother is true; you havelikewise been a victim of that wicked priest."
5.  "Well, perhaps. I will say, then, Monsieur, quite short.""You may even say, My Lord," replied Athos, who stickled forpropriety.
6.  The lackeys on their part, like the coursers of Hippolytus,shared the sadness of their masters. Mousqueton collected astore of crusts; Bazin, who had always been inclined to devotion,never quit the churches; Planchet watched the flight of flies;and Grimaud, whom the general distress could not induce to breakthe silence imposed by his master, heaved sighs enough to softenthe stones.


1.  "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.
2.  "Gentlemen," replied D'Artagnan, "I have already received byMonsieur de Cavois a similar invitation from his Eminence.I neglected it, and on the morrow a serious misfortunehappened to me--Constance disappeared. Whatever may ensue, Iwill go."
3.  In fact, Milady still held the harmless weapon in her clenchedhand; but these last words, this supreme insult, relaxed herhands, her strength, and even her will. The knife fell to theground.
4.  Things passed as on the night before. D'Artagnan concealedhimself in his closet; Milady called, undressed, sent awayKitty, and shut the door. As the night before, D'Artagnandid not return home till five o'clock in the morning.At eleven o'clock Kitty came to him. She held in her hand afresh billet from Milady. This time the poor girl did noteven argue with D'Artagnan; she gave it to him at once. Shebelonged body and soul to her handsome soldier.
5.  "Go on."
6.  "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.


1.  D'Artagnan raised her by passing his arm round her waist; but ashe felt by her weight she was on the point of fainting, he madehaste to reassure her by protestations of devotedness. Theseprotestations were nothing for Mme. Bonacieux, for suchprotestations may be made with the worst intentions in the world;but the voice was all Mme. Bonacieux thought she recognized thesound of that voice; she reopened her eyes, cast a quick glanceupon the man who had terrified her so, and at once perceiving itwas D'Artagnan, she uttered a cry of joy, "Oh, it is you, it isyou! Thank God, thank God!"
2.  "I promised to come," said Felton, "and I have come.""You promised me something else."
3.  The next day, M. Dessessart's valet came to D'Artagnan'slodging, and gave him a bag containing seven thousandlivres.
4.  "But," continued D'Artagnan, "how did you escape?""I took advantage of a moment when they left me alone; and as Ihad known since morning the reason of my abduction, with the helpof the sheets I let myself down from the window. Then, as Ibelieved my husband would be at home, I hastened hither.""To place yourself under his protection?"
5.   The chancellor, who, on his part, trembled with an emotion easilyto be conceived, took the letter, bowed to the ground, andretired. The door was scarcely closed upon him, when the queensank, half fainting, into the arms of her women.
6.  "What is it?" said the light-horseman.


1.  "Be kind enough, then, madame, to act more compliantly.""The conduct is infamously violent! Do you know that, monsieur?""The king commands it, madame; excuse me."
2.  This advice was too reasonable, and moreover came from a man whoknew the king too well, to allow the four young men to disputeit. M. de Treville recommended everyone to return home and waitfor news.
3.  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."
4、  "Alas!" said D'Artagnan, with the most sentimental air hecould assume, "can you be cruel enough to put such aquestion to me--to me, who, from the moment I saw you, haveonly breathed and sighed through you and for you?"Milady smiled with a strange smile.
5、  In fact, her position was terrible. Buckingham had returned toLondon; Mme. Chevreuse was at Tours. More closely watched thanever, the queen felt certain, without knowing how to tell which,that one of her women had betrayed her. Laporte could not leavethe Louvre; she had not a soul in the world in whom she couldconfide. Thus, while contemplating the misfortune whichthreatened her and the abandonment in which she was left, shebroke out into sobs and tears.




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      "I thought I had," said Porthos, resuming his melancholy air;"but I have been taught my mistake."

  • 刘青山 08-03

      On entering his hotel, M. de Treville thought it best to be firstin making the complaint. He sent one of his servants to M. de laTremouille with a letter in which he begged of him to eject thecardinal's Guardsmen from his house, and to reprimand his peoplefor their audacity in making SORTIE against the king'sMusketeers. But M. de la Tremouille--already prejudiced by hisesquire, whose relative, as we already know, Bernajoux was--replied that it was neither for M. de Treville nor the Musketeersto complain, but, on the contrary, for him, whose people theMusketeers had assaulted and whose hotel they had endeavored toburn. Now, as the debate between these two nobles might last along time, each becoming, naturally, more firm in his ownopinion, M. de Treville thought of an expedient which mightterminate it quietly. This was to go himself to M. de laTremouille.

  • 沈觉钰 08-03

       "Hold, hold, hold!" said Athos, wit his quiet tone; "that throwof the dice is extraordinary. I have not seen such a one fourtimes in my life. Two aces!"

  • 李那 08-03

      Athos then plunged into the street the man had indicated with hisfinger; but arriving at four crossroads, he stopped again, visiblyembarrassed. Nevertheless, as the crossroads offered him a betterchance than any other place of meeting somebody, he stood still. In afew minutes a night watch passed. Athos repeated to him the samequestion he had asked the first person he met. The night watch evincedthe same terror, refused, in his turn, to accompany Athos, and onlypointed with his hand to the road he was to take.Athos walked in the direction indicated, and reached the suburb situatedat the opposite extremity of the city from that by which he and hisfriends had entered it. There he again appeared uneasy and embarrassed,and stopped for the third time.

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    {  Bonacieux kissed his wife's hand, and set off at a quick pace."Well," said Mme. Bonacieux, when her husband had shut the streetdoor and she found herself alone; "that imbecile lacked but onething to become a cardinalist. And I, who have answered for himto the queen--I, who have promised my poor mistress--ah, my God,my God! She will take me for one of those wretches with whom thepalace swarms and who are placed about her as spies! Ah,Monsieur Bonacieux, I never did love you much, but now it isworse than ever. I hate you, and on my word you shall pay forthis!"

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      "This Rochefort," cried Porthos, "if I were the esquire of poorChalais, should pass a minute or two very uncomfortably with me.""And you--you would pass rather a sad quarter-hour with the RedDuke," replied Aramis.}

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      "A person who takes more interest in you than she is willingto confess wishes to know on what day it will suit you towalk in the forest? Tomorrow, at the Hotel Field of theCloth of Gold, a lackey in black and red will wait for yourreply."

  • 聂萍 08-01

      "It is not Madame Bonacieux about whom I am anxious," criedD'Artagnan, "but the queen, whom the king abandons, whom thecardinal persecutes, and who sees the heads of all her friendsfall, one after the other."

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       The novice, seeing Milady in bed, was about the follow the example ofthe superior; but Milady stopped her.

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    {  "But who is she?"

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      "Monsieur Cardinal, you know that I do not like worldlypleasures."