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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Well, now, your hand, young man. Perhaps we shall soon meet onthe field of battle; but in the meantime we shall part goodfriends, I hope."
2.  "Adieu, brother!" cried Milady.
3.  The baron came forward.
4.  "Would you have given up the letter, Aramis?" said D'Artagnan."I," said Aramis, in his most flutelike tone, "I had made up mymind. If he had insisted upon the letter being given up to him,I would have presented the letter to him with one hand, and withthe other I would have run my sword through his body.""I expected as much," said Athos; "and that was why I threwmyself between you and him. Indeed, this man is very much toblame for talking thus to other men; one would say he had neverhad to do with any but women and children."
5.  Those two words, YOUR MASS, and a simple glance cast uponFelton, revealed to her all the importance of the reply she wasabout to make; but with that rapidity of intelligence which waspeculiar to her, this reply, ready arranged, presented itself toher lips:
6.  "To which you attach more value, it seems, than I do tomine; at least, I have thought so."


1.  "The abominable creature" murmured D'Artagnan.
2.  These conditions being agreed to, Porthos took leave of Mme.Coquenard. The latter wished to detain him by dartingcertain tender glances; but Porthos urged the commands ofduty, and the procurator's wife was obliged to give place tothe king.
3.  "God has so willed it!" said he, with the resignation of a fanatic; butwithout, however, being able to take his eyes from that ship, on boardof which he doubtless fancied he could distinguish the white outline ofher to whom he had sacrificed his life.
4.  "Well, but whatever expenses he may have incurred, I am sure heis in a condition to pay them."
5.  "Does he talk?"
6.  "That," continued the cardinal, "arose not only from afeeling of natural equity, but likewise from a plan I havemarked out with respect to you."


1.  "Monseigneur," said D'Artagnan, "this was what happened tome--"
2.  "You impose upon justice. Monsieur d'Artagnan made a compactwith you; and in virtue of that compact put to flight the policewho had arrested your wife, and has placed her beyond reach.""Fortunately, Monsieur d'Artagnan is in our hands, and you shallbe confronted with him."
3.  The court of his hotel, situated in the Rue du Vieux-Colombier,resembled a camp from by six o'clock in the morning in summer andeight o'clock in winter. From fifty to sixty Musketeers, whoappeared to replace one another in order always to present animposing number, paraded constantly, armed to the teeth and readyfor anything. On one of those immense staircases, upon whosespace modern civilization would build a whole house. Ascended anddescended the office seekers of Paris, who ran after any sort offavor--gentlemen from the provinces anxious to be enrolled, andservants in all sorts of liveries, bringing and carrying messagesbetween their masters and M. de Treville. In the antechamber,upon long circular benches, reposed the elect; that is to say,those who were called. In this apartment a continued buzzingprevailed from morning till night, while M. de Treville, in hisoffice contiguous to this antechamber, received visits, listenedto complaints, gave his orders, and like the king in his balconyat the Louvre, had only to place himself at the window to reviewboth his men and arms.
4.  "You always come back to that; but I must make you see this timethat it is too late to retreat."
5.   "Hush!" interrupted Athos. "You forget, my dear, you forgetthat these gentlemen are not initiated into my familyaffairs like yourself. I have seen Milady."
6.  The outlook was sad. Sure of being killed by Athos, it mayeasily be understood that the young man was not very uneasy aboutPorthos. As hope, however, is the last thing extinguished in theheart of man, he finished by hoping that he might survive, eventhough with terrible wounds, in both these duels; and in case ofsurviving, he made the following reprehensions upon his ownconduct:


1.  As to D'Artagnan, who as yet knew nobody in the capital, he onlyfound one chocolate breakfast at the house of a priest of his ownprovince, and one dinner at the house of a cornet of the Guards.He took his army to the priest's, where they devoured as muchprovision as would have lasted him for two months, and to thecornet's, who performed wonders; but as Planchet said, "People donot eat at once for all time, even when they eat a good deal."D'Artagnan thus felt himself humiliated in having only procuredone meal and a half for his companions--as the breakfast at thepriest's could only be counted as half a repast--in return forthe feasts which Athos, Porthos, and Aramis had procured him. Hefancied himself a burden to the society, forgetting in hisperfectly juvenile good faith that he had fed this society for amonth; and he set his mind actively to work. He reflected thatthis coalition of four young, brave, enterprising, and active menought to have some other object than swaggering walks, fencinglessons, and practical jokes, more or less witty.In fact, four men such as they were--four men devoted to oneanother, from their purses to their lives; four men alwayssupporting one another, never yielding, executing singly ortogether the resolutions formed in common; four arms threateningthe four cardinal points, or turning toward a single point--mustinevitably, either subterraneously, in open day, by mining, inthe trench, by cunning, or by force, open themselves a way towardthe object they wished to attain, however well it might bedefended, or however distant it may seem. The only thing thatastonished D'Artagnan was that his friends had never thought ofthis.
2.  "The second night the door opened; I was lying on the floor, formy strength began to abandon me.
3.  "The opinion of a swordsman can have very little weight," repliedD'Artagnan, who began to be uneasy at the turn things weretaking, "and you had better be satisfied, believe me, with theknowledge of these gentlemen."
4、  "Forever! You are my friend today; tomorrow you will be no moreto me than a shadow, or rather, even, you will no longer exist.As for the world, it is a sepulcher and nothing else.""The devil! All this is very sad which you tell me.""What will you? My vocation commands me; it carries me away."D'Artagnan smiled, but made no answer.
5、  "Well, and by my faith," said Athos, "it must be acknowledgedthat this Englishman is worthy of being loved. I never saw a manwith a nobler air than his."




  • 马中森 08-04

      "Yes, Treville, yes," said the king, in a melancholy tone; "andit is very sad, believe me, to see thus two parties in France,two heads to royalty. But all this will come to an end, Treville,will come to an end. You say, then, that the Guardsmen sought aquarrel with the Musketeers?"

  • 米歇尔·塔波克斯 08-04

      "Monsieur Cardinal, you have heard me; I will have thoseletters."

  • 黄应松 08-04

       But D'Artagnan had on the preceding day served hisapprenticeship. Fresh sharpened by his victory, full of hopes offuture favor, he was resolved not to recoil a step. So the twoswords were crossed close to the hilts, and as D'Artagnan stoodfirm, it was his adversary who made the retreating step; butD'Artagnan seized the moment at which, in this movement, thesword of Bernajoux deviated from the line. He freed his weapon,made a lunge, and touched his adversary on the shoulder.D'Artagnan immediately made a step backward and raised his sword;but Bernajoux cried out that it was nothing, and rushing blindlyupon him, absolutely spitted himself upon D'Artagnan's sword.As, however, he did not fall, as he did not declare himselfconquered, but only broke away toward the hotel of M. de laTremouille, in whose service he had a relative, D'Artagnan wasignorant of the seriousness of the last wound his adversary hadreceived, and pressing him warmly, without doubt would soon havecompleted his work with a third blow, when the noise which arosefrom the street being heard in the tennis court, two of thefriends of the Guardsman, who had seen him go out afterexchanging some words with D'Artagnan, rushed, sword in hand,from the court, and fell upon the conqueror. But Athos, Porthos,and Aramis quickly appeared in their turn, and the moment the twoGuardsmen attacked their young companion, drove them back.Bernajoux now fell, and as the Guardsmen were only two againstfour, they began to cry, "To the rescue! The Hotel de laTremouille!" At these cries, all who were in the hotel rushedout and fell upon the four companions, who on their side criedaloud, "To the rescue, Musketeers!"

  • 梅塞德斯-奔驰 08-04

      "And now," said Athos, "while they bring the wine, tell me,D'Artagnan, what has become of the others, come!"D'Artagnan related how he had found Porthos in bed with astrained knee, and Aramis at a table between two theologians. Ashe finished, the host entered with the wine ordered and a hamwhich, fortunately for him, had been left out of the cellar."That's well!" said Athos, filling his glass and that of hisfriend; "here's to Porthos and Aramis! But you, D'Artagnan, whatis the matter with you, and what has happened to you personally?You have a sad air."

  • 郭连山 08-03

    {  The cardinal, as his Majesty had said, was really furious, sofurious that during eight days he absented himself from theking's gaming table. This did not prevent the king from being ascomplacent to him as possible whenever he met him, or from askingin the kindest tone, "Well, Monsieur Cardinal, how fares it withthat poor Jussac and that poor Bernajoux of yours?"

  • 雷建军 08-02

      "Ah, monsieur!" said the young man, "I meet you, then, at last! Thistime you shall not escape me!"}

  • 陈裘大 08-02

      Informed of what had passed by the presence of the cardinal andthe alteration in the king's countenance, M. de Treville felthimself something like Samson before the Philistines.Louis XIII had already placed his hand on the knob of the door;at the noise of M. de Treville's entrance he turned round. "Youarrive in good time, monsieur," said the king, who, when hispassions were raised to a certain point, could not dissemble; "Ihave learned some fine things concerning your Musketeers.""And I," said Treville, coldly, "I have some pretty things to tellyour Majesty concerning these gownsmen."

  • 肖旋 08-02

      "Do you know," said Porthos, "that to twist that damnedMilady's neck would be a smaller sin than to twist those ofthese poor devils of Huguenots, who have committed no othercrime than singing in French the psalms we sing in Latin?""What says the abbe?" asked Athos, quietly.

  • 黄东生 08-01

       "Monseigneur," said M. de Treville, "that will be unjust tothe Guardsmen. Monsieur d'Artagnan is not with me; heserves under Monsieur Dessessart."

  • 艾塞克斯 07-30

    {  "Ah," said the Englishman, "is it you, my master? It seemsyou must always be playing some game or other."

  • 李丽华 07-30

      "There!" said Planchet. "We are going again, it appears, to haveour hides pierced in all sorts of ways."