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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Believe me," continued Treville, "in enterprises of this kind,in order that one may arrive, four must set out.""Ah, you are right, monsieur," said D'Artagnan; "but you knowAthos, Porthos, and Aramis, and you know if I can dispose ofthem."
2.  "A knife, which she would return to me through the grating of thedoor a minute after she had received it," replied Felton."There is someone, then, concealed here whose throat this amiablelady is desirous of cutting," said De Winter, in an ironical,contemptuous tone.
3.  Not a word about the sapphire. Was the Gascon determined tokeep it as a weapon against Milady, or else, let us befrank, did he not reserve the sapphire as a last resourcefor his outfit? It would be wrong to judge the actions ofone period from the point of view of another. That whichwould now be considered as disgraceful to a gentleman was atthat time quite a simple and natural affair, and the youngersons of the best families were frequently supported by theirmistresses. D'Artagnan gave the open letter to Kitty, whoat first was unable to comprehend it, but who became almostwild with joy on reading it a second time. She couldscarcely believe in her happiness; and D'Artagnan was forcedto renew with the living voice the assurances which he hadwritten. And whatever might be--considering the violentcharacter of Milady--the danger which the poor girl incurredin giving this billet to her mistress, she ran back to thePlace Royale as fast as her legs could carry her.The heart of the best woman is pitiless toward the sorrowsof a rival.
5.  "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."
6.  "--of intrigues and secrets of state," continued D'Artagnan,complying with the recommendation. "there can be no doubtwe would all be broken on the wheel; but for God's sake, donot forget, as you yourself said, Athos, that we only writeto him concerning a family affair; that we only write to himto entreat that as soon as Milady arrives in London he willput it out of her power to injure us. I will write to him,then, nearly in these terms."


1.  "Very well; I shall expect you. You are not angry with me?""Not the least in the world."
2.  "Because she flew into a great passion on receiving the letter,saying that Monsieur Porthos was a weathercock, and that she wassure it was for some woman he had received this wound.""Has he been wounded, then?"
3.  As they rode along, the duke endeavored to draw from D'Artagnan,not all that had happened, but what D'Artagnan himself knew. Byadding all that he heard from the mouth of the young man to hisown remembrances, he was enabled to form a pretty exact idea of aposition of the seriousness of which, for the rest, the queen'sletter, short but explicit, gave him the clue. But that whichastonished him most was that the cardinal, so deeply interestedin preventing this young man from setting his foot in England,had not succeeded in arresting him on the road. It was then,upon the manifestation of this astonishment, that D'Artagnanrelated to him the precaution taken, and how, thanks to thedevotion of his three friends, whom he had left scattered andbleeding on the road, he had succeeded in coming off with asingle sword thrust, which had pierced the queen's letter and forwhich he had repaid M. de Wardes with such terrible coin. Whilehe was listening to this recital, delivered with the greatestsimplicity, the duke looked from time to time at the young manwith astonishment, as if he could not comprehend how so muchprudence, courage, and devotedness could be allied with acountenance which indicated not more than twenty years.The horses went like the wind, and in a few minutes they were atthe gates of London. D'Artagnan imagined that on arriving intown the duke would slacken his pace, but it was not so. He kepton his way at the same rate, heedless about upsetting those whomhe met on the road. In fact, in crossing the city two or threeaccidents of this kind happened; but Buckingham did not even turnhis head to see what became of those he had knocked down.D'Artagnan followed him amid cries which strongly resembledcurses.
4.  D'Artagnan took the soldier's arquebus, made him go onbefore him, and urged him toward his companion by prickinghim behind with his sword.
5.  Rochefort remained for a moment in thought; then, as they were only aday's journey from Surgeres, whither the cardinal was to come to meetthe king, he resolved to follow the advice of Athos and go with them.Besides, this return offered him the advantage of watching his prisoner.They resumed their route.
6.  "Then you don't know me, sir?"


1.  "He returned to London at the first sound of war.""Well, there's just the man we want," said Athos. "It is hewhom we must warm. We will have him informed that hissister-in-law is on the point of having someone
2.  "Good! We have just time to finish this fowl and to drinkone glass of wine to your health, D'Artagnan."
3.  "Your excellency is safe and sound?" asked the host."Oh, yes! Perfectly safe and sound, my good host; and I wish toknow what has become of our young man."
4.  At his announcement D'Artagnan felt himself tremble to the verymarrow of his bones. The coming instant would in all probabilitydecide the rest of his life. His eyes therefore were fixed in asort of agony upon the door through which the king must enter.Louis XIII appeared, walking fast. He was in hunting costumecovered with dust, wearing large boots, and holding a whip in hishand. At the first glance, D'Artagnan judged that the mind ofthe king was stormy.
5.   But at the first word the young woman started, and exclaimedin a sharp, bantering tone. which sounded strangely in thedarkness, "Are you afraid, dear Monsieur D'Artagnan?""You cannot think so, dear love!" replied D'Artagnan; "butnow, suppose this poor Comte de Wardes were less guilty thanyou think him?"
6.  "The idea came into your mind to avenge yourself on this man, didit not?" cried Felton.


1.  As nine o'clock sounded, D'Artagnan was at the Place Royale.It was evident that the servants who waited in theantechamber were warned, for as soon as D'Artagnan appeared,before even he had asked if Milady were visible, one of themran to announce him.
2.  "'You?' repeated I. Oh, I declare to you, Felton, I thought himmad!
3.  Athos smiled.
4、  "Only till the queen has given an heir to the crown of France.""No jesting upon that subject, gentlemen," said Porthos; "thankGod the queen is still of an age to give one!"
5、  "No, sire, but I say that he deceives himself. I say that he isill-informed. I say that he has hastily accused your Majesty'sMusketeers, toward whom he is unjust, and that he has notobtained his information from good sources."




  • 杰米·科莫斯托克 08-05

      "My dear Cousin, His Eminence, the cardinal, whom Godpreserve for the happiness of France and the confusion ofthe enemies of the kingdom, is on the point of putting anend to the hectic rebellion of La Rochelle. It is probablethat the succor of the English fleet will never even arrivein sight of the place. I will even venture to say that I amcertain M. de Buckingham will be prevented from setting outby some great event. His Eminence is the most illustriouspolitician of times past, of times present, and probably oftimes to come. He would extinguish the sun if the sunincommoded him. Give these happy tidings to your sister, mydear cousin. I have dreamed that the unlucky Englishman wasdead. I cannot recollect whether it was by steel or bypoison; only of this I am sure, I have dreamed he was dead,and you know my dreams never deceive me. Be assured, then,of seeing me soon return."

  • 黄兰甘 08-05

      D'Artagnan related his story simply, with the omission of names.He told how he had a rendezvous with a young woman before thatpavilion, and how, not seeing her come, he had climbed the lindentree, and by the light of the lamp had seen the disorder of thechamber.

  • 李增香 08-05

       "And now," said Athos, "while they bring the wine, tell me,D'Artagnan, what has become of the others, come!"D'Artagnan related how he had found Porthos in bed with astrained knee, and Aramis at a table between two theologians. Ashe finished, the host entered with the wine ordered and a hamwhich, fortunately for him, had been left out of the cellar."That's well!" said Athos, filling his glass and that of hisfriend; "here's to Porthos and Aramis! But you, D'Artagnan, whatis the matter with you, and what has happened to you personally?You have a sad air."

  • 李天宇 08-05

      D'Artagnan followed Milady without being perceived by her.He saw her get into her carriage, and heard her order thecoachman to drive to St. Germain.

  • 徐海星 08-04

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

  • 方兆祥 08-03

      Athos and he exchanged some words in a low voice, then the tall man madea sign to the Musketeer that he might come in. Athos immediatelyprofited by the permission, and the door was closed behind him.The man whom Athos had come so far to seek, and whom he had found withso much trouble, introduced him into his laboratory, where he wasengaged in fastening together with iron wire the dry bones of askeleton. All the frame was adjusted except the head, which lay on thetable.}

  • 范琼燕 08-03

      "Certes," cried Athos, "you are the best-mounted poet ofFrance or Navarre."

  • 肖恩·康纳利 08-03

      Felton made no resistance. Lord de Winter placed him in the hands ofthe guards, who led him, while awaiting further orders, to a littleterrace commanding the sea; and then the baron hastened to the duke'schamber.

  • 陈国海 08-02

       D'Artagnan was profuse in gallant speeches and protestationsof devotion. To all the simple things which escaped ourGascon, Milady replied with a smile of kindness. The hourcame for him to retire. D'Artagnan took leave of Milady,and left the saloon the happiest of men.

  • 刘坤一 07-31

    {  It might have been said that between this man and his inferiorsspoken language did not exist, or had become useless.At length Milady could hold out no longer; she broke the silence."In the name of heaven, sir," cried she, "what means all that ispassing? Put an end to my doubts; I have courage enough for anydanger I can foresee, for every misfortune which I understand.Where am I, and why am I here? If I am free, why these bars andthese doors? If I am a prisoner, what crime have I committed?""You are here in the apartment destined for you, madame. Ireceived orders to go and take charge of you on the sea, and toconduct you to this castle. This order I believe I haveaccomplished with all the exactness of a soldier, but also withthe courtesy of a gentleman. There terminates, at least to thepresent moment, the duty I had to fulfill toward you; the restconcerns another person."

  • 高沛沛 07-31

      The queen remained for a short time to receive the compliments ofthe city dignitaries and to reply to the salutations of theladies. All at once the king appeared with the cardinal at oneof the doors of the hall. The cardinal was speaking to him in alow voice, and the king was very pale.