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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  The first advantage had been gained by Buckingham. Arrivingunexpectedly in sight of the Isle of Re with ninety vesselsand nearly twenty thousand men, he had surprised the Comtede Toiras, who commanded for the king in the Isle, and hehad, after a bloody conflict, effected his landing.Allow us to observe in passing that in this fight perishedthe Baron de Chantal; that the Baron de Chantal left alittle orphan girl eighteen months old, and that this littlegirl was afterward Mme. de Sevigne.
2.  "You make the demand badly," replied Aramis; "and whileacknowledging the justice of your reclamation, I refuse it onaccount of the form."
3.  "Ah!" cried the Musketeer, as if he had received a ball inhis heart.
4.  Felton remained standing, motionless and undecided."He still doubts," thought Milady; "I have not been earnestenough."
5.  "Well, monsieur," said he, "you appear to be more stupidthan I am, for you forget there is a little quarrel toarrange between us two."
6.  Grimaud understood that it was to be a breakfast on thegrass, took the basket, packed up the viands, added thebottles, and then took the basket on his arm.


1.  "But it appears to me that my Guards--mine--are also hisMajesty's Guards; and whoever serves in a French corpsserves the king."
2.  "All my oil is lost!"
3.  "I have an idea," said D'Artagnan.
4.  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.
5.  "Stop a minute; you don't know all yet. I should make anexcellent gambler if I were not too hot-headed; but I was hot-headed, just as if I had been drinking. Well, I was not hot-headed then--"
6.  "Well, don't budge, then; if they come, tell them what hashappened. Let them wait for me at the Pomme-de-Pin. Here itwould be dangerous; the house may be watched. I will run toMonsieur de Treville to tell them all this, and will meet themthere."


1.  The host, on seeing a young man followed by a lackey with twoextra horses, advanced respectfully to the door. Now, as theyhad already traveled eleven leagues, D'Artagnan thought it timeto stop, whether Porthos were or were not in the inn. Perhaps itwould not be prudent to ask at once what had become of theMusketeer. The result of these reflections was that D'Artagnan,without asking information of any kind, alighted, commended thehorses to the care of his lackey, entered a small room destinedto receive those who wished to be alone, and desired the host tobring him a bottle of his best wine and as good a breakfast aspossible--a desire which further corroborated the high opinionthe innkeeper had formed of the traveler at first sight.D'Artagnan was therefore served with miraculous celerity. Theregiment of the Guards was recruited among the first gentlemen ofthe kingdom; and D'Artagnan, followed by a lackey, and travelingwith four magnificent horses, despite the simplicity of hisuniform, could not fail to make a sensation. The host desiredhimself to serve him; which D'Artagnan perceiving, ordered twoglasses to be brought, and commenced the following conversation."My faith, my good host," said D'Artagnan, filling the twoglasses, "I asked for a bottle of your best wine, and if you havedeceived me, you will be punished in what you have sinned; forseeing that I hate drinking my myself, you shall drink with me.Take your glass, then, and let us drink. But what shall we drinkto, so as to avoid wounding any susceptibility? Let us drink tothe prosperity of your establishment."
2.  "Nor me either," said Athos.
3.  With a single glance the prisoner took in the apartment in itsminutest details. It was a chamber whose furniture was at onceappropriate for a prisoner or a free man; and yet bars at thewindows and outside bolts at the door decided the question infavor of the prison.
4.  "Well!" cried D'Artagnan, "tell us all about it.""Dame, that's a long job, monsieur."
5.   D'Artagnan remained fixed to the spot, astounded and notknowing what to think. If it was Mme. Bonacieux and if shewas returning to Paris, why this fugitive rendezvous, whythis simple exchange of a glance, why this lost kiss? If,on the other side, it was not she--which was still quitepossible--for the little light that remained rendered amistake easy--might it not be the commencement of some plotagainst him through the allurement of this woman, for whomhis love was known?
6.  Her voice, of immense power and sublime expression, gave to therude, unpolished poetry of these psalms a magic and an effectwhich the most exalted Puritans rarely found in the songs oftheir brethren, and which they were forced to ornament with allthe resources of their imagination. Felton believed he heard thesinging of the angel who consoled the three Hebrews in thefurnace.


1.  "Oh, I cannot believe you!"
2.  "That cursed man, my evil genius, whom I have always met with whenthreatened by some misfortune, he who accompanied that horrible womanwhen I met her for the first time, he whom I was seeking when I offendedour Athos, he whom I saw on the very morning Madame Bonacieux wasabducted. I have seen him; that is he! I recognized him when the windblew upon his cloak."
3.  "Zounds! I think it does indeed!" cried the Gascon, who reckonedupon this letter for making his way at court. "It contained myfortune!"
4、  Farther on, a still greater terror seized him on passing by thecemetery of St. Jean, where state criminals were buried. Onething, however, reassured him; he remembered that before theywere buried their heads were generally cut off, and he felt thathis head was still on his shoulders. But when he saw thecarriage take the way to La Greve, when he perceived the pointedroof of the Hotel de Ville, and the carriage passed under thearcade, he believed it was over with him. He wished to confessto the officer, and upon his refusal, uttered such pitiable criesthat the officer told him that if he continued to deafen himthus, he should put a gag in his mouth.
5、  We have said that Athos loved D'Artagnan like a child, andthis somber and inflexible personage felt the anxiety of aparent for the young man.




  • 西亚特 08-03

      "The first is that my mistress will never love you.""How do you know that?"

  • 魏文勇 08-03

      "Amuse yourself with Milady, my dear D'Artagnan; I wish youmay with all my heart, if that will amuse you."

  • 黄林钢 08-03

       "Doubtless. Has he not seen Monsieur d'Artagnan at my house?""Oh, yes, yes; you are right. Thus all may go well--all may be for thebest; but we do not go far from this place?"

  • 孙佳音 08-03


  • 秦荣书 08-02

    {  "Patience!" cried Athos; "one of our party is still wanting."The four horsemen looked round them with astonishment, for they soughtvainly in their minds to know who this other person could be.At this moment Planchet brought out Athos's house; the Musketeer leapedlightly into the saddle.

  • 斯蒂夫·沃兹尼亚克 08-01

      "He proposed to me to undertake it with him, and I agreed.""And how much did she give you for this fine enterprise?""A hundred louis."}

  • 吴奇勇 08-01

      "Here they are! My God!"

  • 江水发 08-01

      "Ah!" said Porthos, brightening, "that's well as regards myhorse; but I must have the appointments complete, as theyinclude objects which a Musketeer alone can purchase, andwhich will not amount, besides, to more than three hundredlivres."

  • 王小明 07-31

       It is true that the habit of a huntress became her admirably.She wore a beaver had with blue feathers, a surtout of gray-pearlvelvet, fastened with diamond clasps, and a petticoat of bluesatin, embroidered with silver. On her left shoulder sparkledthe diamonds studs, on a bow of the same color as the plumes andthe petticoat.

  • 林文琦 07-29

    {  "Force her door!" said the cardinal, "and for what purpose?""To do her violence, without doubt," said Athos. "I havehad the honor of informing your Eminence that these men weredrunk."

  • 胡麻尔 07-29

      "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."