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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  There were also less agreeable visits--for two or threetimes reports were spread that the cardinal had nearly beenassassinated.
2.  "Your Majesty gives me your word that you will not see anyonebetween Monsieur de la Tremouille and myself?"
3.  "Ah! The king's Musketeers are arrested by the Guards of thecardinal, are they?" continued M. de Treville, as furious atheart as his soldiers, but emphasizing his words and plungingthem, one by one, so to say, like so many blows of a stiletto,into the bosoms of his auditors. "What! Six of his Eminence'sGuards arrest six of his Majesty's Musketeers! MORBLEU! My partis taken! I will go straight to the louvre; I will give in myresignation as captain of the king's Musketeers to take alieutenancy in the cardinal's Guards, and if he refuses me,MORBLEU! I will turn abbe."
4.  "Wait."
5.  "What! Mousqueton is here, then?"
6.  "You will do me honor, monsieur," said D'Artagnan."Well, then, off to the nearest goldsmith's, and sell thatdiamond for the highest price you can get from him. However muchof a Jew he may be, he will give you at least eight hundredpistoles. Pistoles have no name, young man, and that ring has aterrible one, which may betray him who wears it.""Sell this ring, a ring which comes from my sovereign? Never!"said D'Artagnan.


1.  Mme. Bonacieux blushed.
2.  "So it was with Monsieur D'Artagnan this stranger meant toquarrel?"
3.  After the most disheartening news of the king's health, areport of his convalescence began to prevail in the camp;and as he was very anxious to be in person at the siege, itwas said that as soon as he could mount a horse he would setforward.
4.  "But, my dear friend, put yourself in my place," replied theMusketeer. "I was hipped to death; and still further, upon myhonor, I don't like English horses. If it is only to berecognized, why the saddle will suffice for that; it is quiteremarkable enough. As to the horse, we can easily find someexcuse for its disappearance. Why the devil! A horse is mortal;suppose mine had had the glanders or the farcy?"
5.  "Madame Coquenard, I gave you the preference. I had but to writeto the Duchesse--but I won't repeat her name, for I am incapableof compromising a woman; but this I know, that I had but to writeto her and she would have sent me fifteen hundred."The procurator's wife shed a tear.
6.  "To be sure they may; and this very day we will write theletters," said Aramis. "Give the lackeys money, and theywill start."


1.  M. de Treville was not at his hotel. His company was on guard atthe Louvre; he was at the Louvre with his company.It was necessary to reach M. de Treville; it was important thathe should be informed of what was passing. D'Artagnan resolvedto try and enter the Louvre. His costume of Guardsman in thecompany of M. Dessessart ought to be his passport.He therefore went down the Rue des Petits Augustins, and came upto the quay, in order to take the New Bridge. He had at first anidea of crossing by the ferry; but on gaining the riverside, hehad mechanically put his hand into his pocket, and perceived thathe had not wherewithal to pay his passage.
2.  When the chancellor appeared, the king had already gone out byanother door.
3.  "Well, then," cried D'Artagnan, "pray let Grimaud searchthem and throw them over the walls."
4.  There were then, as now, a crowd of young and pretty women whocame to St. Cloud, and who had reasons for not being seen, andyet D'Artagnan did not for an instant doubt that it was Mme.Bonacieux whom the boatman had noticed.
5.   "Then, put me to the proof."
6.  It resulted from this that the real stake in this game,which two most powerful kingdoms played for the goodpleasure of two amorous men, was simply a kind look fromAnne of Austria.


1.  "What! You cannot tell me? Surely you ought to be able to tellme better than any other person."
2.  "Yes."
3.  "You always come back to that; but I must make you see this timethat it is too late to retreat."
4、  "And what do you believe?' His voice was stifled by sobs."I believe everything," said Athos biting his lips till the blood sprangto avoid sighing.
5、  "Hotel of the Guards, company of Dessessart."




  • 张良娟 08-03

      Athos smiled.

  • 陈友青 08-03

      "Yes, monsieur."

  • 苏虹 08-03

       "Athos!" repeated M. de Treville himself.

  • 齐顺祥 08-03

      Milady remained for some minutes in the same position, for shethought they might perhaps be examining her through the keyhole;she then slowly raised her head, which had resumed its formidableexpression of menace and defiance, ran to the door to listen,looked out of her window, and returning to bury herself again inher large armchair, she reflected.

  • 杨柳春 08-02

    {  "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.

  • 田家镇 08-01

      On his side Buckingham, in pretending to maintain the honorof England, was moved by interests exactly like those of thecardinal. Buckingham also was pursuing a private vengeance.Buckingham could not under any pretense be admitted intoFrance as an ambassador; he wished to enter it as aconqueror.}

  • 威立雅 08-01

      The goldsmith knew the duke. He knew all objection would beuseless, and instantly determined how to act.

  • 高荣昌 08-01

      Porthos wept; Aramis pointed toward heaven; Athos made the sign of thecross.

  • 扎里夫 07-31

       The assassins comprehended that if they fled toward the campwithout having killed their man, they should be accused byhim; therefore their first idea was to join the enemy. Oneof them took his gun by the barrel, and used it as he woulda club. He aimed a terrible blow at D'Artagnan, who avoidedit by springing to one side; but by this movement he left apassage free to the bandit, who darted off toward thebastion. As the Rochellais who guarded the bastion wereignorant of the intentions of the man they saw coming towardthem, they fired upon him, and he fell, struck by a ballwhich broke his shoulder.

  • 王远 07-29

    {  "In truth, my young friend, you will act rightly," said thegentleman, pressing the Gascon's hand with an affectionalmost paternal; "and God grant that this woman, who hasscarcely entered into your life, may not leave a terribletrace in it!" And Athos bowed to D'Artagnan like a man whowishes it understood that he would not be sorry to be leftalone with his thoughts.

  • 迈克尔·杰克逊 07-29

      "It may be counterfeit," said Athos. "Between six and seveno'clock the road of Chaillot is quite deserted; you might aswell go and ride in the forest of Bondy."