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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  At first sight, nothing denoted the cardinal; and it wasimpossible for those who did not know his face to guess in whosepresence they were.
2.  "I believe it."
3.  "And now," said D'Artagnan, "as there is no longer any fearof being overheard, I hope you are going to let me into yoursecret."
4.  "What could I do?" said Porthos. "This horse made my visitorsashamed of theirs, and I don't like to humiliate people.""Then your duchess is still at the waters?" asked D'Artagnan."Still," replied Porthos. "And, my faith, the governor of theprovince--one of the gentlemen I expected today--seemed to havesuch a wish for him, that I gave him to him."
5.  "D'Artagnan, you restore me to life!" cried Aramis. "I fanciedmyself despised, betrayed. I was so delighted to see her again!I could not have believed she would risk her liberty for me, andyet for what other cause could she have returned to Paris?""for the cause which today takes us to England."
6.  "That I can have nothing to say to a man who does not keep hisword."


1.  "Listen! You must try to see her, and have an explanationwith her. Say to her: 'Peace or war! My word as agentleman never to say anything of you, never to do anythingagainst you; on your side, a solemn oath to remain neutralwith respect to me. If not, I will apply to the chancellor,I will apply to the king, I will apply to the hangman, Iwill move the courts against you, I will denounce you asbranded, I will bring you to trial; and if you areacquitted, well, by the faith of a gentleman, I will killyou at the corner of some wall, as I would a mad dog.'""I like the means well enough," said D'Artagnan, "but whereand how to meet with her?"
2.  Aramis smiled. "I will make verses," said he.
3.  "For La Rochelle."
4.  "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!"
5.  It was a frightful thing to see this wretch, leaving a longtrack of blood on the ground he passed over, pale withapproaching death, trying to drag himself along withoutbeing seen to the body of his accomplice, which lay twentypaces from him.
6.  "And I may profit by Monsieur's happiness, and go to bed?""Yes, go."


1.  At ten o'clock, the king's collation, consisting of preserves andother delicacies, was prepared in the little room on the side ofthe church of St. Jean, in front of the silver buffet of thecity, which was guarded by four archers.
2.  "And how so, if you please?"
3.  Near the Louvre the four friends met with M. de Treville,who was returning from St. Germain; he stopped them to offerhis compliments upon their appointments, which in an instantdrew round them a hundred gapers.
4.  "Pardon me, monseigneur, for saying such things, but they form myexcuse. The authorities had terrified me, and you know that aninnkeeper must keep on good terms with the authorities.""But once again, that gentleman-where is he? What has become ofhim? Is he dead? Is he living?"
5.   And both again left the room.
6.  "That's because they don't see us," said Athos.


1.  "Well," responded Porthos, "you may imagine, with the physiquewith which nature has endowed me, I am not in want of good luck.""Good Lord, how quickly men forget!" cried the procurator's wife,raising her eyes toward heaven.
2.  "A letter?" said the young man.
3.  The Three Musketeers
4、  The four young men, standing and motionless, followed him withtheir eyes without speaking a single word until he haddisappeared. Then they looked at one another.
5、  "What horses?" asked Athos.




  • 尤某仁 08-04

      D'Artagnan remained for a moment motionless, asking himself wherehe could be; but soon a ray of light which penetrated through thechamber, together with the warm and perfumed air which reachedhim from the same aperture, the conversation of two of threeladies in language at once respectful and refined, and the word"Majesty" several times repeated, indicated clearly that he wasin a closet attached to the queen's apartment. The young manwaited in comparative darkness and listened.

  • 谢功梅 08-04

      "With whom is he, then?"

  • 游本昌 08-04

       And at these words Lord de Winter passed his arm through that ofFelton, and led him out, laughing.

  • 黄征辉 08-04

      "All the details of his coming into and going out of thepalace--on the night when he introduced himself in thecharacter of an Italian fortune teller--you will tell him,that he may not doubt the correctness of my information;that he had under his cloak a large white robe dotted withblack tears, death's heads, and crossbones--for in case of asurprise, he was to pass for the phantom of the White Ladywho, as all the world knows, appears at the Louvre everytime any great event is impending."

  • 费尔康 08-03

    {  "Here it is, my Lord."

  • 靳军 08-02

      The eyes of Milady darted such flashes that although he was a manand armed before an unarmed woman, he felt the chill of fearglide through his whole frame. However, he continued all thesame, but with increasing warmth: "Yes, I can very wellunderstand that after having inherited the fortune of my brotherit would be very agreeable to you to be my heir likewise; butknow beforehand, if you kill me or cause me to be killed, myprecautions are taken. Not a penny of what I possess will passinto your hands. Were you not already rich enough--you whopossess nearly a million? And could you not stop your fatalcareer, if you did not do evil for the infinite and supreme joyof doing it? Oh, be assured, if the memory of my brother werenot sacred to me, you should rot in a state dungeon or satisfythe curiosity of sailors at Tyburn. I will be silent, but youmust endure your captivity quietly. In fifteen or twenty days Ishall set out for La Rochelle with the army; but on the eve of mydeparture a vessel which I shall see depart will take you henceand convey you to our colonies in the south. And be assured thatyou shall be accompanied by one who will blow your brains out atthe first attempt you make to return to England or theContinent."}

  • 毛一平 08-02

      "Ah! I advise you to complain!" said Porthos.

  • 李诗峣 08-02

      "To which you attach more value, it seems, than I do tomine; at least, I have thought so."

  • 左心 08-01

       "I will leave you with this stranger; but as soon as he is gone, if youwill permit me, I will return."

  • 许汉卿 07-30

    {  "I say, sire, that my health is sinking under these excessivestruggles and these never-ending labors. I say that according toall probability I shall not be able to undergo the fatigues ofthe siege of La Rochelle, and that it would be far better thatyou should appoint there either Monsieur de Conde, Monsieur deBassopierre, or some valiant gentleman whose business is war, andnot me, who am a churchman, and who am constantly turned asidefor my real vocation to look after matters for which I have noaptitude. You would be the happier for it at home, sire, and Ido not doubt you would be the greater for it abroad.""Monsieur Duke," said the king, "I understand you. Be satisfied,all who are named in that letter shall be punished as theydeserve, even the queen herself."

  • 林伯强 07-30

      When this species of summons was made the officer inquired aloudthe point of the brig's departure, its route, its landings; andto all these questions the captain replied without difficulty andwithout hesitation. Then the officer began to pass in review allthe people, one after the other, and stopping when he came toMilady, surveyed her very closely, but without addressing asingle word to her.