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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "That's true," replied D'Artagnan; "I have not the uniform, but Ihave the spirit. My heart is that of a Musketeer; I feel it,monsieur, and that impels me on."
2.  "Well, those studs," continued Mme. Bonacieux, "we must have themback again."
3.  And taking it from Felton, he cast a rapid glance over the paper, andperceiving that it was the one that had been mentioned to him, he placedit on the table, took a pen, and prepared to sign it."Pardon, my Lord," said Felton, stopping the duke; "but does your Graceknow that the name of Charlotte Backson is not the true name of thisyoung woman?"
4.  The epithet, as may be easily understood, resounded to thevery bottom of D'Artagnan's heart.
5.  "Then," said the abbess, looking at Milady with increasing interest, "Ibehold another poor victim?"
6.  "Thanks, D'Artagnan, thanks!" cried Aramis, almost in a state ofdelirium. "She was forced to return to Tours; she is notfaithless; she still loves me! Come, my friend, come, let meembrace you. Happiness almost stifles me!"


1.  "One of your friends?" interrupted Mme. Bonacieux."Without doubt; Aramis is one of my best friends.""Aramis! Who is he?"
2.  He was introduced.
3.  "It is as I have the honor to relate it to your Majesty.""Jussac, one of the first swordsmen in the kingdom?""Well, sire, for once he found his master."
4.  Although the young man was brave, as we know, he wasterrified at that wild countenance, those terribly dilatedpupils, those pale cheeks, and those bleeding lips. Herecoiled to the other side of the room as he would have donefrom a serpent which was crawling toward him, and his swordcoming in contact with his nervous hand, he drew it almostunconsciously from the scabbard. But without taking anyheed of the sword, Milady endeavored to get near enough tohim to stab him, and did not stop till she felt the sharppoint at her throat.
5.  Aramis made a bound, seized the letter, read it, or ratherdevoured it, his countenance radiant.
6.  "Yes," said Athos; "let us give the money to the lackeys--notto our lackeys, but to the lackeys of the Englishmen."Athos took the purse, and threw it into the hand of thecoachman. "For you and your comrades."


1.  In fact, at the same instant four shots were fired, and theballs were flattened against the wall around Athos, but notone touched him.
2.  "I am satisfied with having killed that fellow, my boy,seeing that it is blessed bread to kill an Englishman; butif I had pocketed his pistoles, they would have weighed medown like a remorse.
3.  All at once the captain stopped, as if struck by a suddensuspicion. This great hatred which the young traveler manifestedso loudly for this man, who--a rather improbable thing--hadstolen his father's letter from him--was there not some perfidyconcealed under this hatred? Might not this young man be sent byhis Eminence? Might he not have come for the purpose of laying asnare for him? This pretended D'Artagnan--was he not an emissaryof the cardinal, whom the cardinal sought to introduce intoTreville's house, to place near him, to win his confidence, andafterward to ruin him as had been done in a thousand otherinstances? He fixed his eyes upon D'Artagnan even more earnestlythan before. He was moderately reassured however, by the aspectof that countenance, full of astute intelligence and affectedhumility. "I know he is a Gascon," reflected he, "but he may beone for the cardinal was well as for me. Let us try him.""My friend," said he, slowly, "I wish, as the son of an ancientfriend--for I consider this story of the lost letter perfectlytrue--I wish, I say, in order to repair the coldness you may haveremarked in my reception of you, to discover to you the secretsof our policy. The king and the cardinal are the best offriends; their apparent bickerings are only feints to deceivefools. I am not willing that a compatriot, a handsome cavalier,a brave youth, quite fit to make his way, should become the dupeof all these artifices and fall into the snare after the exampleof so many others who have been ruined by it. Be assured that Iam devoted to both these all-powerful masters, and that myearnest endeavors have no other aim than the service of the king,and also the cardinal--one of the most illustrious geniuses thatFrance has ever produced.
4.  "I will never confess that but to the man--who should read tothe bottom of my soul!"
5.   Milady saw by the contraction of his countenance that thetrigger was about to be pulled; she reached her hand quicklyto her bosom, drew out a paper, and held it toward Athos."Take it," said she, "and be accursed!"
6.  "Of Madame d'Aiguillon?"


1.  "It is probable you are ignorant of this little fact," saidAthos.
2.  At thirty-five, which was then his age, he passed, with justtitle, for the handsomest gentleman and the most elegant cavalierof France or England.
3.  "The queen will only be the more grateful to you, as she knowsyour antipathy for that amusement; besides, it will be anopportunity for her to wear those beautiful diamonds which yougave her recently on her birthday and with which she has sincehad no occasion to adorn herself."
4、  "In the first place, Monsieur Athos is arrested.""Arrested! Athos arrested! What for?"




  • 弗兰西斯·培根 08-06

      "You have, perhaps, no money?"

  • 姚强 08-06

      "I am at quite a loss how to answer you, I admit," said Mme.Bonacieux. "My intention was to inform Monsieur Laporte, throughmy husband, in order that Monsieur Laporte might tell usprecisely what he taken place at the Louvre in the last threedays, and whether there is any danger in presenting myselfthere."

  • 戈尔捷奇科 08-06

       "You shall not call," said Felton, throwing himself between the duke andthe bell placed on a stand encrusted with silver. "Beware, my Lord, youare in the hands of God!"

  • 贺媛丽 08-06

      "Adieu, my dear cousin. Tell us news of yourself as often as youcan; that is to say, as often as you can with safety. I embraceyou.

  • 李永壮 08-05

    {  A terrible inclination seized D'Artagnan to grasp the mercer bythe throat and strangle him; but, as we have said, he was a veryprudent youth, and he restrained himself. However, therevolution which appeared upon his countenance was so visiblethat Bonacieux was terrified at it, and he endeavored to drawback a step or two; but as he was standing before the half of thedoor which was shut, the obstacle compelled him to keep hisplace.

  • 郑跃声 08-04

      "S'blood!" cried he to D'Artagnan, "do not kill him, young man, Ibeg of you. I have an old affair to settle with him when I amcured and sound again. Disarm him only--make sure of his sword.That's it! Very well done!"}

  • 胡彩荣 08-04

      "He is your man, do you say?"

  • 汤盈盈 08-04

      "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?"

  • 郭宝昌 08-03

       "S'blood; does that astonish you?"

  • 入江直树 08-01

    {  The hour having come, they went with their four lackeys to aspot behind the Luxembourg given up to the feeding of goats.Athos threw a piece of money to the goalkeeper to withdraw.The lackeys were ordered to act as sentinels.

  • 袁星红 08-01

      "Be easy, monsieur," said Planchet; "you do not know me yet. Iam brave when I set about it. It is all in beginning. Besides,I am a Picard."