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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  The host, on seeing a young man followed by a lackey with twoextra horses, advanced respectfully to the door. Now, as theyhad already traveled eleven leagues, D'Artagnan thought it timeto stop, whether Porthos were or were not in the inn. Perhaps itwould not be prudent to ask at once what had become of theMusketeer. The result of these reflections was that D'Artagnan,without asking information of any kind, alighted, commended thehorses to the care of his lackey, entered a small room destinedto receive those who wished to be alone, and desired the host tobring him a bottle of his best wine and as good a breakfast aspossible--a desire which further corroborated the high opinionthe innkeeper had formed of the traveler at first sight.D'Artagnan was therefore served with miraculous celerity. Theregiment of the Guards was recruited among the first gentlemen ofthe kingdom; and D'Artagnan, followed by a lackey, and travelingwith four magnificent horses, despite the simplicity of hisuniform, could not fail to make a sensation. The host desiredhimself to serve him; which D'Artagnan perceiving, ordered twoglasses to be brought, and commenced the following conversation."My faith, my good host," said D'Artagnan, filling the twoglasses, "I asked for a bottle of your best wine, and if you havedeceived me, you will be punished in what you have sinned; forseeing that I hate drinking my myself, you shall drink with me.Take your glass, then, and let us drink. But what shall we drinkto, so as to avoid wounding any susceptibility? Let us drink tothe prosperity of your establishment."
2.  As to Monsieur, who had begun the siege, he left to the cardinalthe task of finishing it.
3.  "You leave Paris?"
4.  "Well," said Porthos, "this is my advice--"
5.  And Planchet retired, shaking his head with an air of doubt,which the liberality of D'Artagnan had not entirely effaced.Left alone, D'Artagnan read and reread his billet. Then hekissed and rekissed twenty times the lines traced by the hand ofhis beautiful mistress. At length he went to bed, fell asleep,and had golden dreams.
6.  And Lord de Winter ranged himself by the side of D'Artagnan, leaving theplace free for another accuser.

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1.  "Monsieur, you act wrongly in endeavoring to mortify me," saidD'Artagnan, in whom the natural quarrelsome spirit began to speakmore loudly than his pacific resolutions. "I am from Gascony, itis true; and since you know it, there is no occasion to tell youthat Gascons are not very patient, so that when they have beggedto be excused once, were it even for a folly, they are convincedthat they have done already at least as much again as they oughtto have done."
2.  "Ah! You have heard what I said? So much the better, Duke, somuch the better," said the king, advancing toward the door. "Ah!It is you, Treville. Where are your Musketeers? I told you theday before yesterday to bring them with you; why have you notdone so?"
3.  D'Artagnan took possession of his command. Porthos left the service,and in the course of the following year married Mme. Coquenard; thecoffer so much coveted contained eight hundred thousand livres.Mousqueton had a magnificent livery, and enjoyed the satisfaction ofwhich he had been ambitious all his life--that of standing behind agilded carriage.
4.  "And how so, if you please?"
5.  "Yes, monsigneur; but these suspicions appeared to bedisagreeable to Monsieur the Commissary, and I no longer havethem."
6.  "You will give me a copy this evening, which I shall know byheart tomorrow."

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1.  "I am at your orders," said D'Artagnan.
2.  "Do not deceive yourself. D'Artagnan and his friends are detained at thesiege of La Rochelle."
3.  "As you please," said Athos.
4.  "The fact is, one cannot remain thus, with a sword hangingeternally over his head," said Athos. "We must extricateourselves from this position."
5.   "Yes, monsieur; and there is nothing I would not do to prove toMonsieur that I am attached to him."
6.  The favorite of two kings, immensely rich, all-powerful in akingdom which he disordered at his fancy and calmed again at hiscaprice, George Villiers, Duke of Buckingham, had lived one ofthose fabulous existences which survive, in the course ofcenturies, to astonish posterity.

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1.  "Good Lord! In the most simple and natural manner possible.Three of my best soldiers, whom your Majesty knows by name, andwhose devotedness you have more than once appreciated, and whohave, I dare affirm to the king, his service much at heart--threeof my best soldiers, I say, Athos, Porthos, and Aramis, had madea party of pleasure with a young fellow from Gascony, whom I hadintroduced to them the same morning. The party was to take placeat St. Germain, I believe, and they had appointed to meet at theCarmes-Deschaux, when they were disturbed by De Jussac, Cahusac,Bicarat, and two other Guardsmen, who certainly did not go therein such a numerous company without some ill intention against theedicts."
2.  The host, on seeing a young man followed by a lackey with twoextra horses, advanced respectfully to the door. Now, as theyhad already traveled eleven leagues, D'Artagnan thought it timeto stop, whether Porthos were or were not in the inn. Perhaps itwould not be prudent to ask at once what had become of theMusketeer. The result of these reflections was that D'Artagnan,without asking information of any kind, alighted, commended thehorses to the care of his lackey, entered a small room destinedto receive those who wished to be alone, and desired the host tobring him a bottle of his best wine and as good a breakfast aspossible--a desire which further corroborated the high opinionthe innkeeper had formed of the traveler at first sight.D'Artagnan was therefore served with miraculous celerity. Theregiment of the Guards was recruited among the first gentlemen ofthe kingdom; and D'Artagnan, followed by a lackey, and travelingwith four magnificent horses, despite the simplicity of hisuniform, could not fail to make a sensation. The host desiredhimself to serve him; which D'Artagnan perceiving, ordered twoglasses to be brought, and commenced the following conversation."My faith, my good host," said D'Artagnan, filling the twoglasses, "I asked for a bottle of your best wine, and if you havedeceived me, you will be punished in what you have sinned; forseeing that I hate drinking my myself, you shall drink with me.Take your glass, then, and let us drink. But what shall we drinkto, so as to avoid wounding any susceptibility? Let us drink tothe prosperity of your establishment."
3.  "Well, we shall find their muskets, their cartridges, andtheir flasks; and instead of four musketoons and twelveballs, we shall have fifteen guns and a hundred charges tofire."
4、  D'Artagnan immediately placed the point of his sword at histhroat.
5、  A ray of light all at once broke upon the mind of the host as hewas giving himself to the devil upon finding nothing."That letter is not lost!" cried he.

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  • 潘春春 08-04

      "PARDIEU! I spoke of them because Porthos talked of themhimself, because he had paraded all these fine things before me.But be assured, my dear Monsieur D'Artagnan, that if I hadobtained them from any other source, or if they had been confidedto me, there exists no confessor more discreet than myself.""Oh, I don't doubt that," replied D'Artagnan; "but it seems to methat you are tolerably familiar with coats of arms--a certainembroidered handkerchief, for instance, to which I owe the honorof your acquaintance?"

  • 王松 08-04

      "And not a man to instruct them. Falconers are declining. Iknow no one but myself who is acquainted with the noble art ofvenery. After me it will all be over, and people will hunt withgins, snares, and traps. If I had but the time to train pupils!But there is the cardinal always at hand, who does not leave me amoment's repose; who talks to me about Spain, who talks to meabout Austria, who talks to me about England! Ah! A PROPOS ofthe cardinal, Monsieur de Treville, I am vexed with you!"This was the chance at which M. de Treville waited for the king.He knew the king of old, and he knew that all these complaintswere but a preface--a sort of excitation to encourage himself--and that he had now come to his point at last.

  • 康淼 08-04

       "Are you going to give me a lesson, Porthos?" cried Aramis, fromwhose usually mild eye a flash passed like lightning."My dear fellow, be a Musketeer or an abbe. Be one or the other,but not both," replied Porthos. "You know what Athos told youthe other day; you eat at everybody's mess. Ah, don't be angry,I beg of you, that would be useless; you know what is agreed uponbetween you, Athos and me. You go to Madame d'Aguillon's, andyou pay your court to her; you go to Madame de Bois-Tracy's, thecousin of Madame de Chevreuse, and you pass for being faradvanced in the good graces of that lady. Oh, good Lord! Don'ttrouble yourself to reveal your good luck; no one asks for yoursecret-all the world knows your discretion. But since you possessthat virtue, why the devil don't you make use of it with respectto her Majesty? Let whoever likes talk of the king and thecardinal, and how he likes; but the queen is sacred, and ifanyone speaks of her, let it be respectfully."

  • 范彦萍 08-04

      M. d'Artagnan, MM. Athos, Porthos, and Aramis, after havinghad an entertainment at my house and enjoying themselvesvery much, created such a disturbance that the provost ofthe castle, a rigid man, has ordered them to be confined forsome days; but I accomplish the order they have given me byforwarding to you a dozen bottles of my Anjou wine, withwhich they are much pleased. They are desirous that youshould drink to their health in their favorite wine. I havedone this, and am, monsieur, with great respect,

  • 威尔 08-03

    {  "What! Will they dare to arrest a man in his Majesty's service?""PARDIEU! They did not scruple much in the case of Athos. Atall events, young man, rely upon one who has been thirty years atcourt. Do not lull yourself in security, or you will be lost;but, on the contrary--and it is I who say it--see enemies in alldirections. If anyone seeks a quarrel with you, shun it, were itwith a child of ten years old. If you are attacked by day or bynight, fight, but retreat, without shame; if you cross a bridge,feel every plank of it with your foot, lest one should give waybeneath you; if you pass before a house which is being built,look up, for fear a stone should fall upon your head; if you stayout late, be always followed by your lackey, and let your lackeybe armed--if, by the by, you can be sure of your lackey.Mistrust everybody, your friend, your brother, your mistress--your mistress above all."

  • 白洋铭 08-02

      "That is likely," said D'Artagnan; "but the man who has abductedher--do you know him?"}

  • 欧阳铁 08-02

      During this time, exempt from the anxiety of its only and truechief, the royal army led a joyous life, neither provisions normoney being wanting in the camp. All the corps rivaled oneanother in audacity and gaiety. To take spies and hang them, tomake hazardous expeditions upon the dyke or the sea, to imaginewild plans, and to execute them coolly--such were the pastimeswhich made the army find these days short which were not only solong to the Rochellais, a prey to famine and anxiety, but even tothe cardinal, who blockaded them so closely.

  • 尼克·威兰 08-02

      "I am at your orders," said D'Artagnan.

  • 李大钊 08-01

       Now, one evening when D'Artagnan, who was in the trenches,was not able to accompany them, Athos, Porthos, and Aramis,mounted on their battle steeds, enveloped in their warcloaks, with their hands upon their pistol butts, werereturning from a drinking place called the Red Dovecot,which Athos had discovered two days before upon the route toJarrie, following the road which led to the camp and quiteon their guard, as we have stated, for fear of an ambuscade,when, about a quarter of a league from the village ofBoisnau, they fancied they heard the sound of horsesapproaching them. They immediately all three halted, closedin, and waited, occupying the middle of the road. In aninstant, and as the moon broke from behind a cloud, they sawat a turning of the road two horsemen who, on perceivingthem, stopped in their turn, appearing to deliberate whetherthey should continue their route or go back. The hesitationcreated some suspicion in the three friends, and Athos,advancing a few paces in front of the others, cried in afirm voice, "Who goes there?"

  • 邓颖超 07-30

    {  "Another?"

  • 丁晓晨 07-30

      Porthos foamed with rage, and made a movement to rush afterD'Artagnan.

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