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日期:2020-08-03 22:59:44

1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Bah! Be satisfied," said D'Artagnan, laughing, "Porthos willpay you with the money of the Duchess Coquenard.""Oh, monsieur, procurator's wife or duchess, if she will butloosen her pursestrings, it will be all the same; but shepositively answered that she was tired of the exigencies andinfidelities of Monsieur Porthos, and that she would not send hima denier."
2.  "Yes."
3.  "But I think it would be still better," said Aramis, "toinform the queen and Lord de Winter at the same time.""Yes; but who is to carry the letter to Tours, and who toLondon?"
4.  "The wine you prefer."
5.  Lord de Winter rose, saluted her ironically, and went out.Milady breathed again. She had still four days before her. Fourdays would quite suffice to complete the seduction of Felton.A terrible idea, however, rushed into her mind. She thought thatLord de Winter would perhaps send Felton himself to get the ordersigned by the Duke of Buckingham. In that case Felton wouldescape her--for in order to secure success, the magic of acontinuous seduction was necessary. Nevertheless, as we havesaid, one circumstance reassured her. Felton had not spoken.As she would not appear to be agitated by the threats of Lord deWinter, she placed herself at the table and ate.
6.  Athos went down and returned immediately.


1.  The matter was all explained to him, and the friends gavehim to understand that among all his high connections hemust find a place for Kitty.
2.  "That I can have nothing to say to a man who does not keep hisword."
3.  "Indeed, they will go so far that we shall be obliged to send them tothe Bastille."
4.  "Yes, that disturbs you?"
5.  "It appears," said the baron, seating himself in the armchairopposite that occupied by Milady, and stretching out his legscarelessly upon the hearth, "it appears we have made a littleapostasy!"
6.  "Oh, the frightful brute!" said Aramis.


1.  "No one can reproach you for anything of the kind, MonsieurBonacieux," said the young man; "you are a model for regularpeople. It is true that when a man possesses a young and prettywife, he has no need to seek happiness elsewhere. Happinesscomes to meet him, does it not, Monsieur Bonacieux?"Bonacieux became as pale as death, and grinned a ghastly smile."Ah, ah!" said Bonacieux, "you are a jocular companion! Butwhere the devil were you gladding last night, my young master?It does not appear to be very clean in the crossroads."D'Artagnan glanced down at his boots, all covered with mud; butthat same glance fell upon the shoes and stockings of the mercer,and it might have been said they had been dipped in the same mudheap. Both were stained with splashes of mud of the sameappearance.
2.  An old proverb says, "Like master, like man." Let us pass, then,from the valet of Athos to the valet of Porthos, from Grimaud toMousqueton.
3.  The young Musketeer was in excellent disposition to die heroically.Richelieu still continued thinking, rolling and unrolling the paper inhis hands.
4.  "Do I lose by that?"
5.   "You will see," continued Aramis, "that it breathesirreproachable passion. And so, my friends, we return to Paris?Bravo! I am ready. We are going to rejoin that good fellow,Porthos. So much the better. You can't think how I have missedhim, the great simpleton. To see him so self-satisfiedreconciles me with myself. He would not sell his horse; not fora kingdom! I think I can see him now, mounted upon his superbanimal and seated in his handsome saddle. I am sure he will looklike the Great Mogul!"
6.  D'Artagnan trembled.


1.  "Be satisfied," replied Felton; "he will not sail."Milady started with joy. She could read to the depths of theheart of this young man; the death of Buckingham was writtenthere at full length.
2.  D'Artagnan bowed without replying, feeling his desire to don theMusketeer's uniform vastly increased by the great difficultieswhich preceded the attainment of it.
3.  "Well, then," said D'Artagnan, gaily, "let us sell thediamond, and say no more about it."
4、  "Monsieur Porthos gave us a note for his duchess, ordering us toput it in the post. This was before his servant came. As hecould not leave his chamber, it was necessary to charge us withthis commission."
5、  "Capital!" cried Athos; "you are the king of poets, my dearAramis. You speak like the Apocalypse, and you are as trueas the Gospel. There is nothing now to do but to put theaddress to this letter."




  • 钱世超 08-02

      "Your affair has become more complicated since yesterday evening,my good man, and I advise you to tell the whole truth; for yourrepentance alone can remove the anger of the cardinal.""Why, I am ready to tell everything," cried Bonacieux, "at least,all that I know. Interrogate me, I entreat you!""Where is your wife, in the first place?"

  • 年开运 08-02

      "Then Monsieur is satisfied?" asked Planchet.

  • 于光远 08-02

       "I say that it is probable that things have fallen out so, but Iwill not swear to it, sire. You know how difficult it is todiscover the truth; and unless a man be endowed with thatadmirable instinct which causes Louis XIII to be named theJust--"

  • 张剑平 08-02

      Immediately the alderman, clothed in their cloth robes andpreceded by six sergeants, each holding a FLAMBEAU in his hand,went to attend upon the king, whom they met on the steps, wherethe provost of the merchants made him the speech of welcome--acompliment to which his Majesty replied with an apology forcoming so late, laying the blame upon the cardinal, who haddetained him till eleven o'clock, talking of affairs of state.His Majesty, in full dress, was accompanied by his royalHighness, M. le Comte de Soissons, by the Grand Prior, by the Ducde Longueville, by the Duc d'Euboeuf, by the Comte d'Harcourt, bythe Comte de la Roche-Guyon, by M. de Liancourt, by M. deBaradas, by the Comte de Cramail, and by the Chevalier deSouveray. Everybody noticed that the king looked dull andpreoccupied.

  • 哈肯贝格 08-01

    {  "No, no! It is not true," said Milady, in a tone of voice sofirm, and with a countenance so unchanged, that ifD'Artagnan had not been in such perfect possession of thefact, he would have doubted.

  • 李昌平 07-31

      "Let your Majesty remember," said Treville, "that Monsieur Athosis the Musketeer who, in the annoying duel which you areacquainted with, had the misfortune to wound Monsieur de Cahusacso seriously. A PROPOS, monseigneur," continued Treville.Addressing the cardinal, "Monsieur de Cahusac is quite recovered,is he not?"}

  • 李锦鉴 07-31

      "By her husband, who was a nobleman of your acquaintance,"continued D'Artagnan, looking intently at Athos.

  • 苗波 07-31

      The two friends met her in the corridor, greatly troubled and much upsetby such strange events; she called some of the nuns, who against allmonastic custom found themselves in the presence of five men."Madame," said Athos, passing his arm under that of D'Artagnan, "weabandon to your pious care the body of that unfortunate woman. She wasan angel on earth before being an angel in heaven. Treat her as one ofyour sisters. We will return someday to pray over her grave."D'Artagnan concealed his face in the bosom of Athos, and sobbed aloud."Weep," said Athos, "weep, heart full of love, youth, and life! Alas,would I could weep like you!"

  • 福蒂斯·福蒂乌 07-30

       "Yes, my Lord, I accept them," said D'Artagnan; "and if it pleaseGod, we will make a good use of your presents."

  • 葛新民 07-28

    {  "I recommend you therefore to keep the strictest watch. For mypart I am going to pay a second visit to this woman, who I fearentertains sinister intentions upon her own life, and I havereceived orders to watch her."

  • 利古利亚 07-28

      "Her lover."