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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "But how do you know all this?"
2.  "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!"
3.  "I am glad they please you."
4.  "One might think you really suspected us, monseigneur, and wewere undergoing a real interrogatory. If it be so, we trust yourEminence will deign to explain yourself, and we should then atleast be acquainted with our real position."
5.  "Where you please, after you have put me on shore at Portsmouth.""What are you going to do at Portsmouth?" asked Milady."Accomplish the orders of Lord de Winter," said Felton, with agloomy smile.
6.  "It is the voice of--"


1.  "Come, then, let us go to your friend's house. Where does helive?"
2.  "S'blood; does that astonish you?"
3.  "But, my dear friend, put yourself in my place," replied theMusketeer. "I was hipped to death; and still further, upon myhonor, I don't like English horses. If it is only to berecognized, why the saddle will suffice for that; it is quiteremarkable enough. As to the horse, we can easily find someexcuse for its disappearance. Why the devil! A horse is mortal;suppose mine had had the glanders or the farcy?"
4.  "Eh, how can I tell? My God! I know that I suffer, that's all.Give me anything you like, it is of little consequence.""Go and fetch Lord de Winter," said Felton, tired of theseeternal complaints.
5.  "Ah, ah! You incline me to think so," said the king. "There isno doubt they went thither to fight themselves."
6.  "And that is the reason why I have the honor to inform yourEminence of what has happened; for you might learn it fromothers, and upon a false account believe us to be in fault.""What have been the results of your quarrel?" said thecardinal, knitting his brow.


1.  Athos smiled with one of his sweet and expressive smiles."Friend," said he, "for Athos this is too much; for the Comte de la Fereit is too little. Keep the commission; it is yours. Alas! you havepurchased it dearly enough."
2.  The rapidity of his walk heated his blood still more; the idea that heleft behind him, exposed to a frightful vengeance, the woman he loved,or rather whom he adored as a saint, the emotion he had experienced,present fatigue--all together exalted his mind above human feeling.He entered Portsmouth about eight o'clock in the morning. The wholepopulation was on foot; drums were beating in the streets and in theport; the troops about to embark were marching toward the sea.Felton arrived at the palace of the Admiralty, covered with dust, andstreaming with perspiration. His countenance, usually so pale, waspurple with heat and passion. The sentinel wanted to repulse him; butFelton called to the officer of the post, and drawing from his pocketthe letter of which he was the bearer, he said, "A pressing message fromLord de Winter."
3.  The monks had no longer an instant of repose. By day they didnothing but ascend and descend the steps which led to the chapel;at night, in addition to complines and matins, they were furtherobliged to leap twenty times out of their beds and prostratethemselves on the floor of their cells.
4.  "Silence!"
5.   Felton became frightfully pale, and a convulsive tremor creptthrough his whole body.
6.  "Oh, it's nothing, nothing!" cried Milady. "I remember now."Milady looked around her, as if in search of something."It is there," said Felton, touching the bag of money with hisfoot.


1.  "Whom do I see yonder?"
2.  And the Musketeer, with his usual coolness, reseated himselfbefore the remains of the breakfast.
3.  "And a magnificent one!" cried the host.
4、  "I don't think they can be in need of any. We left Paris, eachwith seventy-five pistoles in his pocket."
5、  "He came, he said, on the part of his Eminence, who wished youwell, and to beg you to follow him to the Palais-Royal."**It was called the Palais-Cardinal before Richelieu gave it tothe King.




  • 陈琦伟 08-05

      "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.

  • 吴湛辉 08-05

      "Yet I must know his name."

  • 王丽倩 08-05

       "I will not promise," said Milady, "for no one has more respectfor a promise or an oath than I have; and if I make a promise Imust keep it."

  • 薛涛 08-05

      Silence was re-established. Two hours passed away. Milady'ssupper was brought in, and she was found deeply engaged in sayingher prayers aloud--prayers which she had learned of an oldservant of her second husband, a most austere Puritan. Sheappeared to be in ecstasy, and did not pay the least attention towhat was going on around her. Felton made a sign that she shouldnot be disturbed; and when all was arranged, he went out quietlywith the soldiers.

  • 普罗富莫 08-04

    {  "Well! And who told you I had no affair with a lover?""It is a man, then, who expects you?" cried D'Artagnan. "A man!""The discussion is going to begin again!" said Mme. Bonacieux,with a half-smile which was not exempt from a tinge ofimpatience.

  • 邓潇潇 08-03

      Loose, half-drunk, imposing, the king's Musketeers, or rather M.de Treville's, spread themselves about in the cabarets, in thepublic walks, and the public sports, shouting, twisting theirmustaches, clanking their swords, and taking great pleasure inannoying the Guards of the cardinal whenever they could fall inwith them; then drawing in the open streets, as if it were thebest of all possible sports; sometimes killed, but sure in thatcase to be both wept and avenged; often killing others, but thencertain of not rotting in prison, M. de Treville being there toclaim them. Thus M. de Treville was praised to the highest noteby these men, who adored him, and who, ruffians as they were,trembled before him like scholars before their master, obedientto his least word, and ready to sacrifice themselves to wash outthe smallest insult.}

  • 日格蒙德 08-03

      On the bank of the river the executioner approached Milady, and boundher hands and feet.

  • 廖甫 08-03

      "You have, then, decided to come to England again," said Lord deWinter, "in spite of the resolutions you so often expressed inParis never to set your feet on British ground?"

  • 舒克拉 08-02

       "Yes, you must; see what confidence I have in you!""You overwhelm me with joy. What is his name?"

  • 张祯锦 07-31

    {  "Scoundrel, infamous scoundrel!" howled Milady.

  • 元稹 07-31

      The king looked at the cardinal as if to interrogate him; but hehad not time to address any question to him--a cry of admirationburst from every mouth. If the king appeared to be the firstgentleman of his kingdom, the queen was without doubt the mostbeautiful woman in France.