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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "What does this mean, Monsieur Cardinal?" asked the king in asevere tone.
2.  "How! What do you say?"
3.  When the chancellor appeared, the king had already gone out byanother door.
4.  It was almost broad daylight.
5.  "For two reasons."
6.  "I am sorry for it, madame, but I acknowledge not her power butthat of the great man whom I have the honor to serve.""You serve the cardinal?"


1.  In the corridor he met Mme. Bonacieux, who waited for him, andwho, with the same precautions and the same good luck, conductedhim out of the Louvre.
2.  "I believed that Madame loved him."
3.  And this feeling had been more painfully perceived by youngD'Artagnan--for so was the Don Quixote of this second Rosinantenamed--from his not being able to conceal from himself theridiculous appearance that such a steed gave him, good horsemanas he was. He had sighed deeply, therefore, when accepting thegift of the pony from M. D'Artagnan the elder. He was notignorant that such a beast was worth at least twenty livres; andthe words which had accompanied the present were above all price."My son," said the old Gascon gentleman, in that pure BearnPATOIS of which Henry IV could never rid himself, "this horse wasborn in the house of your father about thirteen years ago, andhas remained in it ever since, which ought to make you love it.Never sell it; allow it to die tranquilly and honorably of oldage, and if you make a campaign with it, take as much care of itas you would of an old servant. At court, provided you have everthe honor to go there," continued M. D'Artagnan the elder, "--anhonor to which, remember, your ancient nobility gives you theright--sustain worthily your name of gentleman, which has beenworthily borne by your ancestors for five hundred years, both foryour own sake and the sake of those who belong to you. By thelatter I mean your relatives and friends. Endure nothing fromanyone except Monsieur the Cardinal and the king. It is by hiscourage, please observe, by his courage alone, that a gentlemancan make his way nowadays. Whoever hesitates for a secondperhaps allows the bait to escape which during that exact secondfortune held out to him. You are young. You ought to be bravefor two reasons: the first is that you are a Gascon, and thesecond is that you are my son. Never fear quarrels, but seekadventures. I have taught you how to handle a sword; you havethews of iron, a wrist of steel. Fight on all occasions. Fightthe more for duels being forbidden, since consequently there istwice as much courage in fighting. I have nothing to give you,my son, but fifteen crowns, my horse, and the counsels you havejust heard. Your mother will add to them a recipe for a certainbalsam, which she had from a Bohemian and which has themiraculous virtue of curing all wounds that do not reach theheart. Take advantage of all, and live happily and long. I havebut one word to add, and that is to propose an example to you--not mine, for I myself have never appeared at court, and haveonly taken part in religious wars as a volunteer; I speak ofMonsieur de Treville, who was formerly my neighbor, and who hadthe honor to be, as a child, the play-fellow of our king, LouisXIII, whom God preserve! Sometimes their play degenerated intobattles, and in these battles the king was not always thestronger. The blows which he received increased greatly hisesteem and friendship for Monsieur de Treville. Afterward,Monsieur de Treville fought with others: in his first journey toParis, five times; from the death of the late king till the youngone came of age, without reckoning wars and sieges, seven times;and from that date up to the present day, a hundred times,perhaps! So that in spite of edicts, ordinances, and decrees,there he is, captain of the Musketeers; that is to say, chief ofa legion of Caesars, whom the king holds in great esteem and whomthe cardinal dreads--he who dreads nothing, as it is said. Stillfurther, Monsieur de Treville gains ten thousand crowns a year;he is therefore a great noble. He began as you begin. Go to himwith this letter, and make him your model in order that you maydo as he has done."
4.  The two nobles saluted each other politely, for if no friendshipexisted between them, there was at least esteem. Both were menof courage and honor; and as M. de la Tremouille--a Protestant,and seeing the king seldom--was of no party, he did not, ingeneral, carry any bias into his social relations. This time,however, his address, although polite, was cooler than usual."Monsieur," said M. de Treville, "we fancy that we have eachcause to complain of the other, and I am come to endeavor toclear up this affair."
5.  "Which route must I take?" demanded D'Artagnan, in his turn."That of Rouen; but you will leave the city on your right. Youmust stop at the little village of Eccuis, in which there is butone tavern--the Shield of France. Don't condemn it fromappearances; you will find a horse in the stables quite as goodas this."
6.  The king feared an outbreak.


1.  38 HOW, WIHTOUT INCOMMODING HIMSELF, ATHOS PROCURES HIA EQUIPMENTD'Artagnan was so completely bewildered that without takingany heed of what might become of Kitty he ran at full speedacross half Paris, and did not stop till he came to Athos'sdoor. The confusion of his mind, the terror which spurredhim on, the cries of some of the patrol who started inpursuit of him, and the hooting of the people who,notwithstanding the early hour, were going to their work,only made him precipitate his course.
2.  "Oh, saved, saved!" cried she. "Yes, there is the sky; here isthe sea! The air I breathe is the air of liberty! Ah, thanks,Felton, thanks!"
3.  "And what will she do now?" asked the young man.
4.  "Still more; as soon as Monsieur had left and disappeared roundthe corner of the street, Monsieur Bonacieux took his hat, shuthis door, and set off at a quick pace in an opposite direction.""It seems you are right, Planchet; all this appears to be alittle mysterious; and be assured that we will not pay him ourrent until the matter shall be categorically explained to us.""Monsieur jests, but Monsieur will see."
5.   Athos and D'Artagnan, with the activity of two soldiers andthe knowledge of two connoisseurs, hardly required threehours to purchase the entire equipment of the Musketeer.Besides, Athos was very easy, and a noble to his fingers'ends. When a thing suited him he paid the price demanded,without thinking to ask for any abatement. D'Artagnan wouldhave remonstrated at this; but Athos put his hand upon hisshoulder, with a smile, and D'Artagnan understood that itwas all very well for such a little Gascon gentleman ashimself to drive a bargain, but not for a man who had thebearing of a prince. The Musketeer met with a superbAndalusian horse, black as jet, nostrils of fire, legs cleanand elegant, rising six years. He examined him, and foundhim sound and without blemish. They asked a thousand livresfor him.
6.  He then went straight to the door and knocked, murmuring, "I willgo myself and be caught in the mousetrap, but woe be to the catsthat shall pounce upon such a mouse!"


1.  Athos drew D'Artagnan aside.
2.  "Money."
3.  The troop of friends saw it gain the opposite bank; the figures weredefined like black shadows on the red-tinted horizon.Milady, during the passage had contrived to untie the cord whichfastened her feet. On coming near the bank, she jumped lightly on shoreand took to flight. But the soil was moist; on reaching the top of thebank, she slipped and fell upon her knees.
4、  D'Artagnan smiled--for he understood that Athos was sure of hisvengeance when he revealed such a secret. Porthos and Aramis looked ateach other, and grew pale. Lord de Winter thought Athos was mad."Now, retire to your chambers," said Athos, "and leave me to act. Youmust perceive that in my quality of a husband this concerns me. Only,D'Artagnan, if you have not lost it, give me the paper which fell fromthat man's hat, upon which is written the name of the village of--""Ah," said D'Artagnan, "I comprehend! that name written in her hand.""You see, then," said Athos, :there is a god in heaven still!"
5、  "My dear Athos, I shall no longer count the number of timesI am indebted to you for my life."




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