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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "I know it perfectly, although I am astonished that you know it.""And will your Grace sign that order without remorse?"Buckingham looked at the young man haughtily.
2.  D'Artagnan looked much disconcerted.
3.  "I must go thither tonight?"
4.  At thirty-five, which was then his age, he passed, with justtitle, for the handsomest gentleman and the most elegant cavalierof France or England.
5.  The queen had just regained her chamber, and D'Artagnan was aboutto retire, when he felt his should lightly touched. He turnedand saw a young woman, who made him a sign to follow her. Theface of this young woman was covered with a black velvet mask;but notwithstanding this precaution, which was in fact takenrather against others than against him, he at once recognized hisusual guide, the light and intelligent Mme. Bonacieux.On the evening before, they had scarcely seen each other for amoment at the apartment of the Swiss guard, Germain, whitherD'Artagnan had sent for her. The haste which the young woman wasin to convey to the queen the excellent news of the happy returnof her messenger prevented the two lovers from exchanging morethan a few words. D'Artagnan therefore followed Mme. Bonacieuxmoved by a double sentiment--love and curiosity. All the way,and in proportion as the corridors became more deserted,D'Artagnan wished to stop the young woman, seize her and gazeupon her, were it only for a minute; but quick as a bird sheglided between his hands, and when he wished to speak to her, herfinger placed upon her mouth, with a little imperative gesturefull of grace, reminded him that he was under the command of apower which he must blindly obey, and which forbade him even tomake the slightest complaint. At length, after winding about fora minute or two, Mme. Bonacieux opened the door of a closet,which was entirely dark, and led D'Artagnan into it. There shemade a fresh sign of silence, and opened a second door concealedby tapestry. The opening of this door disclosed a brilliantlight, and she disappeared.
6.  "I thank you, madame," said he, "for the deference you have shownto my wishes, but I think you want two of the studs, and I bringthem back to you."


1.  Nevertheless, it was necessary to finish. The watch might comeup and take all the combatants, wounded or not, royalists orcardinalists. Athos, Aramis, and D'Artagnan surrounded Bicarat,and required him to surrender. Though alone against all and witha wound in his thigh, Bicarat wished to hold out; but Jussac, whohad risen upon his elbow, cried out to him to yield. Bicarat wasa Gascon, as D'Artagnan was; he turned a deaf ear, and contentedhimself with laughing, and between two parries finding time topoint to a spot of earth with his sword, "Here," cried he,parodying a verse of the Bible, "here will Bicarat die; for Ionly am left, and they seek my life."
2.  This contest at length exhausted Jussac's patience. Furious atbeing held in check by one whom he had considered a boy, hebecame warm and began to make mistakes. D'Artagnan, who thoughwanting in practice had a sound theory, redoubled his agility.Jussac, anxious to put an end to this, springing forward, aimed aterrible thrust at his adversary, but the latter parried it; andwhile Jussac was recovering himself, glided like a serpentbeneath his blade, and passed his sword through his body. Jussacfell like a dead mass.
3.  It was the second time the cardinal had mentioned these diamondstuds to the king. Louis XIII was struck with this insistence,and began to fancy that this recommendation concealed somemystery.
4.  "Listen! You must try to see her, and have an explanationwith her. Say to her: 'Peace or war! My word as agentleman never to say anything of you, never to do anythingagainst you; on your side, a solemn oath to remain neutralwith respect to me. If not, I will apply to the chancellor,I will apply to the king, I will apply to the hangman, Iwill move the courts against you, I will denounce you asbranded, I will bring you to trial; and if you areacquitted, well, by the faith of a gentleman, I will killyou at the corner of some wall, as I would a mad dog.'""I like the means well enough," said D'Artagnan, "but whereand how to meet with her?"
5.  The unfortunate queen, who was constantly threatened withdivorce, exile, and trial even, turned pale under her rouge, andcould not refrain from saying, "But why this visit, sire? Whatcan the chancellor have to say to me that your Majesty could notsay yourself?"
6.  Milady put her charming blond head out at the window, andgave her orders to her maid.


1.  He advanced slowly toward Milady, who had seated herself, andtaking an end of the murderous rope which by neglect, or perhapsby design, she allowed to be seen, "What is this, madame?" heasked coldly.
2.  "Why, good God! you will be deceived just the same," saidAthos, who was an optimist when things were concerned, and apessimist when men were in question. "They will promiseeverything for the sake of the money, and on the road fearwill prevent them from acting. Once taken, they will bepressed; when pressed, they will confess everything. Whatthe devil! we are not children. To reach England"--Athoslowered his voice--"all France, covered with spies andcreatures of the cardinal, must be crossed. A passport forembarkation must be obtained; and the party must beacquainted with English in order to ask the way to London.Really, I think the thing very difficult."
3.  It was useless to try to keep pace on foot with a carriagedrawn by two powerful horses. D'Artagnan therefore returnedto the Rue Ferou.
4.  Milady uttered a cry of terror and sank upon her knees. The executionertook her up in his arms and was carrying her toward the boat."Oh, my God!" cried she, "my God! are you going to drown me?"These cries had something so heartrending in them that M. d'Artagnan,who had been at first the most eager in pursuit of Milady, sat down onthe stump of a tree and hung his head, covering his ears with the palmsof his hands; and yet, notwithstanding, he could still hear her cry andthreaten.
5.   Felton leaned for support upon a piece of furniture; and Miladysaw, with the joy of a demon, that his strength would fail himperhaps before the end of her recital.
6.  "What a madcap I was, and what a stupid fellow I am! That braveand unfortunate Athos was wounded on that very shoulder againstwhich I must run head foremost, like a ram. The only thing thatastonishes me is that he did not strike me dead at once. He hadgood cause to do so; the pain I gave him must have beenatrocious. As to Porthos--oh, as to Porthos, faith, that's adroll affair!"


1.  When this species of summons was made the officer inquired aloudthe point of the brig's departure, its route, its landings; andto all these questions the captain replied without difficulty andwithout hesitation. Then the officer began to pass in review allthe people, one after the other, and stopping when he came toMilady, surveyed her very closely, but without addressing asingle word to her.
2.  But amid all this he perceived, with a feeling of real joy,that the queen must have discovered the prison in which poorMme. Bonacieux was explaining her devotion, and that she hadfreed her from that prison; and the letter he had receivedfrom the young woman, and her passage along the road ofChaillot like an apparition, were now explained.
3.  "For you and nobody else, as the horse which paws the ground ismine, and the other horse, which is caracoling, belongs toAthos."
4、  Grimaud immediately obeyed. On their part, the threefriends had reloaded their arms; a second discharge followedthe first. The brigadier and two pioneers fell dead; therest of the troop took to flight.
5、  "This woman is full of mysteries," murmured D'Artagnan tohimself. At that instant he felt himself ready to revealall. He even opened his mouth to tell Milady who he was,and with what a revengeful purpose he had come; but sheadded, "Poor angel, whom that monster of a Gascon barelyfailed to kill."




  • 胡可 08-05

      "And what shall I command him?"

  • 詹姆斯·杰伊·卡拉法诺 08-05

      "Is that all, monseigneur?"

  • 季启幕 08-05

       Athos profited by this moment of strength which the hope of vengeancerestored to his unfortunate friend to make a sign to Porthos and Aramisto go and fetch the superior.

  • 潘建国 08-05

      "Because I am not willing to die!" cried Milady, struggling. "BecauseI am too young to die!"

  • 刘翠莉 08-04

    {  "Monseigneur," replied Milady, "a fair exchange. Life forlife, man for man; give me one, I will give you the other.""I don't know what you mean, nor do I even desire to knowwhat you mean," replied the cardinal; "but I wish to pleaseyou, and see nothing out of the way in giving you what youdemand with respect to so infamous a creature--the more soas you tell me this D'Artagnan is a libertine, a duelist,and a traitor."

  • 黄火青 08-03

      "The cardinal's Guards!" cried Aramis and Porthos at the sametime. "Sheathe your swords, gentlemen, sheathe your swords!"But it was too late. The two combatants had been seen in aposition which left no doubt of their intentions."Halloo!" cried Jussac, advancing toward them and making a signto his men to do so likewise, "halloo, Musketeers? Fightinghere, are you? And the edicts? What is become of them?""You are very generous, gentlemen of the Guards," said Athos,full of rancor, for Jussac was one of the aggressors of thepreceding day. "If we were to see you fighting, I can assure youthat we would make no effort to prevent you. Leave us alone,then, and you will enjoy a little amusement without cost toyourselves."}

  • 杨金山 08-03

      He immediately ran in the direction of Portsmouth, which he saw atnearly half a league before him, standing out in the haze of themorning, with its houses and towers.

  • 夏麦依·阿力木汗 08-03

      "It appears that these appointments are all made for eleveno'clock," thought D'Artagnan; "that's a settled custom."Milady held out her hand to him, which he kissed tenderly.367

  • 韦豪强 08-02

       "Seven thousand livres, in louis of twelve francs.""Seven thousand livres!" cried Porthos. "That poor littlediamond was worth seven thousand livres?"

  • 宣永坤 07-31

    {  He called successively at the abodes of Athos, Porthos, andAramis. Neither of them had returned. Their lackeys likewisewere absent, and nothing had been heard of either the one or theother. He would have inquired after them of their mistresses,but he was neither acquainted with Porthos's nor Aramis's, and asto Athos, he had none.

  • 张明平 07-31

      "Do not deceive yourself. D'Artagnan and his friends are detained at thesiege of La Rochelle."