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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  On the morrow, nothing was talked of in Paris but the ball whichthe aldermen of the city were to give to the king and queen, andin which their Majesties were to dance the famous La Merlaison--the favorite ballet of the king.
2.  Aramis smiled, as he remembered the tale he had told his friendson a certain evening. "Well, then, since she has left Paris, andyou are sure of it, D'Artagnan, nothing prevents me, and I amready to follow you. You say we are going--"
3.  "Therefore, sire, your Majesty sees that they are come, quitecontrite and repentant, to offer you their excuses.""Quite contrite and repentant! Hem!" said the king. "I place noconfidence in their hypocritical faces. In particular, there isone yonder of a Gascon look. Come hither, monsieur."D'Artagnan, who understood that it was to him this compliment wasaddressed, approached, assuming a most deprecating air."Why you told me he was a young man? This is a boy, Treville, amere boy! Do you mean to say that it was he who bestowed thatsevere thrust at Jussac?"
4.  "Gentlemen," said Athos, who had assumed the command of theexpedition, "while Grimaud spreads the table, let us beginby collecting the guns and cartridges together. We can talkwhile performing that necessary task. These gentlemen,"added he, pointing to the bodies, "cannot hear us.""But we could throw them into the ditch," said Porthos,"after having assured ourselves they have nothing in theirpockets."
5.  "But the lady?" asked Porthos.
6.  "But who, then was this man?" asked Felton.


1.  As for Aramis, of whom we believe we have sufficiently explainedthe character--a character which, like that of his lackey wascalled Bazin. Thanks to the hopes which his master entertainedof someday entering into orders, he was always clothed in black,as became the servant of a churchman. He was a Berrichon,thirty-five or forty years old, mild, peaceable, sleek, employingthe leisure his master left him in the perusal of pious works,providing rigorously for two a dinner of few dishes, butexcellent. For the rest, he was dumb, blind, and deaf, and ofunimpeachable fidelity.
2.  "Nothing, nothing, only shut the window. Go to bed, or at leastlie down in your clothes. As soon as I have done I will knock onone of the panes of glass. But will you be able to follow me?""Oh, yes!"
3.  MILADY, Be at the first ball at which the Duke of Buckinghamshall be present. He will wear on his doublet twelve diamondstuds; get as near to him as you can, and cut off two.As soon as these studs shall be in your possession, inform me.
4.  "To be sure, to see you. What is there astonishing in that?""And you had no other object in coming to England but to see me?""No."
5.  "That is well; but where and how shall I see you again?""Do you wish to see me again?"
6.  "Would you dare to lift your hand to your queen?" said Anne ofAustria, drawing herself up to her full height, and fixing hereyes upon the chancellor with an expression almost threatening."I am a faithful subject of the king, madame, and all that hisMajesty commands I shall do."


1.  "Whom do you suspect? Come, answer freely."
2.  "Upon my honor, I will instantly return it to you. You shallplace it on that table, and you may remain between it and me."Felton offered the weapon to Milady, who examined the temper ofit attentively, and who tried the point on the tip of her finger."Well," said she, returning the knife to the young officer, "thisis fine and good steel. You are a faithful friend, Felton."Felton took back the weapon, and laid it upon the table, as hehad agreed with the prisoner.
3.  M. Coquenard had, since the arrival of Porthos, frequentlycast his eyes with great uneasiness upon a large chestplaced in front of his oak desk. Porthos comprehended thatthis chest, although it did not correspond in shape withthat which he had seen in his dreams, must be the blessedcoffer, and he congratulated himself that the reality wasseveral feet higher than the dream.
4.  "That Bonacieux."
5.   "Yes, yes," continued Lord de Winter, "I understand. You wouldlike very well to be a liberty on that beach! You would likevery well to be in a good ship dancing upon the waves of thatemerald-green sea; you would like very well, either on land or onthe ocean, to lay for me one of those nice little ambuscades youare so skillful in planning. Patience, patience! In four days'time the shore will be beneath your feet, the sea will be open toyou--more open than will perhaps be agreeable to you, for in fourdays England will be relieved of you."
6.  Musketeers."


1.  The cardinal rang a second time. The officer reappeared."Place this man in the care of his guards again, and let him waittill I send for him."
2.  "And I--I swear to you before God, madame," said D'Artagnan."that if I am taken while accomplishing the orders you give me, Iwill die sooner than do anything that may compromise anyone."Then the young woman confided in him the terrible secret of whichchance had already communicated to him a part in front of theSamaritaine. This was their mutual declaration of love.D'Artagnan was radiant with joy and pride. This secret which hepossessed, this woman whom he loved! Confidence and love mad hima giant.
3.  The first time he saw D'Artagnan, "You have come off well," saidhe to him; "there is your Jussac thrust paid for. There stillremains that of Bernajoux, but you must not be too confident."As to the rest, M. de Treville had good reason to mistrust thecardinal and to think that all was not over, for scarcely had thecaptain of the Musketeers closed the door after him, than hisEminence said to the king, "Now that we are at length byourselves, we will, if your Majesty pleases, converse seriously.Sire, Buckingham has been in Paris five days, and only left thismorning."
4、  "Now," continued Aramis, taking the same graceful position in hiseasy chair that he would have assumed in bed, and complacentlyexamining his hand, which was as white and plump as that of awoman, and which he held in the air to cause the blood todescend, "now, as you have heard, D'Artagnan, Monsieur thePrincipal is desirous that my thesis should be dogmatic, while I,for my part, would rather it should be ideal. This is the reasonwhy Monsieur the Principal has proposed to me the followingsubject, which has not yet been treated upon, and in which Iperceive there is matter for magnificent elaboration-'UTRAQUEMANUS IN BENEDICENDO CLERICIS INFERIORIBUS NECESSARIA EST.'"D'Artagnan, whose erudition we are well acquainted with, evincedno more interest on hearing this quotation than he had at that ofM. de Treville in allusion to the gifts he pretended thatD'Artagnan had received from the Duke of Buckingham."Which means," resumed Aramis, that he might perfectlyunderstand, "'The two hands are indispensable for priests of theinferior orders, when they bestow the benediction.'""An admirable subject!" cried the Jesuit.
5、  "One in Rue de Vaugirard, the other Rue de la Harpe.""Did you go into these houses with her?"




  • 叶桂孝 08-05

      D'Artagnan explained the sword wound of his companion by asortie which he improvised. He described the death of theother soldier, and the perils they had encountered. Thisrecital was for him the occasion of veritable triumph. Thewhole army talked of this expedition for a day, and Monsieurpaid him his compliments upon it. Besides this, as everygreat action bears its recompense with it, the brave exploitof D'Artagnan resulted in the restoration of the tranquilityhe had lost. In fact, D'Artagnan believed that he might betranquil, as one of his two enemies was killed and the otherdevoted to his interests.

  • 沈辰 08-05

      "All my oil is lost!"

  • 陈某森 08-05

       "I?" said the novice.

  • 王和平 08-05

      At this moment a door concealed in the tapestry opened, and awoman appeared. Buckingham saw this apparition in the glass; heuttered a cry. It was the queen!

  • 王碧云 08-04

    {  "Exactly so," said the host; "I remember it perfectly. It is notMonsieur Porthos that your Lordship means?"

  • 弗朗索瓦博齐泽 08-03

      "Planchet," said D'Artagnan, "I commit the corpse of thispoor devil to your care. Let him be interred in holyground. He committed a crime, it is true; but he repentedof it."}

  • 柯某因 08-03

      "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.

  • 荣叶茂 08-03

      The host recognized him.

  • 李哥庄 08-02

       "I have no time to lose. Tomorrow is the twenty-third, andBuckingham sets sail tomorrow with his fleet."

  • 张鼎丞 07-31

    {  The four men bent to their oars, but the sea was too high to letthem get much hold of it.

  • 章慕荣 07-31

      "The devil! But your wife, monsieur, what has she to do with allthis?"