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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  communication.
2.  "Oh, unhappy woman!" cried the commissary.
3.  "There are several branches of the D'Artagnans at Tarbes andin its environs," said the cardinal; "to which do youbelong?"
4.  you."
5.  "But who, then was this man?" asked Felton.
6.  A sigh escaped from the mouth of Mme. Bonacieux, and dwelt for aninstant on the lips of D'Artagnan. That sigh was the soul, so chasteand so loving, which reascended to heaven.


1.  It was useless to try to keep pace on foot with a carriagedrawn by two powerful horses. D'Artagnan therefore returnedto the Rue Ferou.
2.  "Well said," cried Aramis; "you don't often speak, Athos, butwhen you do speak, it is like St. John of the Golden Mouth. Iagree to Athos's plan. And you, Porthos?"
3.  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.
4.  "Monsieur Cardinal, you know that I do not like worldlypleasures."
5.  Mousqueton was a Norman, whose pacific name of Boniface hismaster had changed into the infinitely more sonorous name ofMousqueton. He had entered the service of Porthos upon conditionthat he should only be clothed and lodged, though in a handsomemanner; but he claimed two hours a day to himself, consecrated toan employment which would provide for his other wants. Porthosagreed to the bargain; the thing suited him wonderfully well. Hehad doublets cut out of his old clothes and cast-off cloaks forMousqueton, and thanks to a very intelligent tailor, who made hisclothes look as good as new by turning them, and whose wife wassuspected of wishing to make Porthos descend from hisaristocratic habits, Mousqueton made a very good figure whenattending on his master.
6.  "The Pope is the successor of St. Peter, and represents the threedivine powers; the rest-ORDINES INFERIORES-of the ecclesiasticalhierarchy bless in the name of the holy archangels and angels.The most humble clerks such as our deacons and sacristans, blesswith holy water sprinklers, which resemble an infinite number ofblessing fingers. There is the subject simplified. ARGUMENTUMOMNI DENUDATUM ORNAMENTO. I could make of that subject twovolumes the size of this," continued the Jesuit; and in hisenthusiasm he struck a St. Chrysostom in folio, which made thetable bend beneath its weight.


1.  Sure of himself, convinced of his own power, certain that thelaws which rule other men could not reach him, he went straightto the object he aimed at, even were this object were so elevatedand so dazzling that it would have been madness for any othereven to have contemplated it. It was thus he had succeeded inapproaching several times the beautiful and proud Anne ofAustria, and in making himself loved by dazzling her.George Villiers placed himself before the glass, as we have said,restored the undulations to his beautiful hair, which the weightof his hat had disordered, twisted his mustache, and, his heartswelling with joy, happy and proud at being near the moment hehad so long sighed for, he smiled upon himself with pride andhope.
2.  "You? When were you here?"
3.  "No, monseigneur, no, it is not he!" cried Bonacieux; "no, I wasdeceived. This is quite another man, and does not resemble himat all. Monsieur is, I am sure, an honest man."
4.  "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?"
5.   "She is not to leave this chamber, understand, John," continuedthe baron. "She is to correspond with nobody; she is to speak tono one but you--if you will do her the honor to address a word toher."
6.  "Well, two words will refresh your memory. What have you donewith that gentleman against whom you had the audacity, abouttwelve days ago, to make an accusation of passing false money?"The host became as pale as death; for D'Artagnan had assumed athreatening attitude, and Planchet modeled himself after hismaster.


1.  "On the contrary, my dear friend, this diamond became our onlyresource; with it I might regain our horses and their harnesses,and even money to pay our expenses on the road."
2.  The officer saw that the baggage was fastened carefully behindthe carriage; and this operation ended, he took his place besideMilady, and shut the door.
3.  "Yes, where is this letter?" cried D'Artagnan. "In the firstplace, I warn you that that letter is for Monsieur de Treville,and it must be found, he will not know how to find it."His threat completed the intimidation of the host. After theking and the cardinal, M. de Treville was the man whose name wasperhaps most frequently repeated by the military, and even bycitizens. There was, to be sure, Father Joseph, but his name wasnever pronounced but with a subdued voice, such was the terrorinspired by his Gray Eminence, as the cardinal's familiar wascalled.
4、  This expression sprang from the very bottom of the heart, and,like the first, there was no mistaking it.
5、  The guests having eaten the soup, were about to lift thefirst glass of wine to their lips, when all at once thecannon sounded from Fort Louis and Fort Neuf. TheGuardsmen, imagining this to be caused by some unexpectedattack, either of the besieged or the English, sprang totheir swords. D'Artagnan, not less forward than they, didlikewise, and all ran out, in order to repair to theirposts.




  • 聂永兵 08-04

      "'You?' repeated I. Oh, I declare to you, Felton, I thought himmad!

  • 许钤身 08-04

      "Oh, that's very well, young man," continued M. de Treville,"that's all very well. I know these airs; I myself came to Pariswith four crowns in my purse, and would have fought with anyonewho dared to tell me I was not in a condition to purchase theLouvre."

  • 韩秋 08-04

       "Give me your arm, then."

  • 郑敏丽 08-04

      D'Artagnan and Planchet followed the gentleman at a distance offive hundred paces. Once outside the city, D'Artagnan overtookthe gentleman as he was entering a little wood.

  • 成秀荣 08-03

    {  "And yet," said Aramis, "I am somewhat of Porthos's opinion.""Is the king accustomed to give you such reasons? No. He saysto you jauntily, 'Gentlemen, there is fighting going on inGascony or in Flanders; go and fight,' and you go there. Why?You need give yourselves no more uneasiness about this.""D'Artagnan is right," said Athos; "here are our three leaves ofabsence which came from Monsieur de Treville, and here are threehundred pistoles which came from I don't know where. So let usgo and get killed where we are told to go. Is life worth thetrouble of so many questions? D'Artagnan, I am ready to followyou."

  • 张金泽 08-02

      This policy of Louis XIII made Richelieu smile.}

  • 秦升权 08-02

      "And whenever we find each other, in whatever place it maybe," said Kitty, "you will find me loving you as I love youtoday."

  • 胡志涛 08-02

      "He shall not come in before I am gone," said he; "and when I amgone, you can open to him."

  • 张福熙 08-01

       "Yes, fair lady!" replied Lord de Winter, making a bow, halfcourteous, half ironical; "it is I, myself."

  • 李佳男 07-30

    {  "And I deny it," said Treville. "But his Majesty has judges, andthese judges will decide."

  • 仁增 07-30

      "Tell Vitray to come to me," said he, "and tell him to get readyfor a journey."