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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  This first moment had been delayed five days, which, under anyother circumstances, might have appeared rather long to M.Bonacieux; but he had, in the visit he had made to the cardinaland in the visits Rochefort had made him, ample subjects forreflection, and as everybody knows, nothing makes time pass morequickly than reflection.
2.  "The devil!" said Athos, musingly.
3.  "Felton, I bring misfortune to all who surround me! Felton,abandon me! Felton, let me die!"
4.  "Matters go but badly," said Athos, smiling; "and we shall not bemade Chevaliers of the Order this time."
5.  "Good Lord! In the most simple and natural manner possible.Three of my best soldiers, whom your Majesty knows by name, andwhose devotedness you have more than once appreciated, and whohave, I dare affirm to the king, his service much at heart--threeof my best soldiers, I say, Athos, Porthos, and Aramis, had madea party of pleasure with a young fellow from Gascony, whom I hadintroduced to them the same morning. The party was to take placeat St. Germain, I believe, and they had appointed to meet at theCarmes-Deschaux, when they were disturbed by De Jussac, Cahusac,Bicarat, and two other Guardsmen, who certainly did not go therein such a numerous company without some ill intention against theedicts."
6.  "But," continued D'Artagnan, "how did you escape?""I took advantage of a moment when they left me alone; and as Ihad known since morning the reason of my abduction, with the helpof the sheets I let myself down from the window. Then, as Ibelieved my husband would be at home, I hastened hither.""To place yourself under his protection?"


1.  "Good God! To imprison him, monseigneur? Why, he imprisonedhimself, I swear to you he did. In the first place he had maderough work of it; one man was killed on the spot, and two otherswere severely wounded. The dead man and the two wounded werecarried off by their comrades, and I have heard nothing of eitherof them since. As for myself, as soon as I recovered my senses Iwent to Monsieur the Governor, to whom I related all that hadpassed, and asked, what I should do with my prisoner. Monsieurthe Governor was all astonishment. He told me he knew nothingabout the matter, that the orders I had received did not comefrom him, and that if I had the audacity to mention his name asbeing concerned in this disturbance he would have me hanged. Itappears that I had made a mistake, monsieur, that I had arrestedthe wrong person, and that he whom I ought to have arrested hadescaped."
2.  "I don't know him."
3.  "And what does he say?" asked Porthos, in a self-sufficient tone."He relates that he met at Brussels Rochefort, the AME DAMNEE ofthe cardinal disguised as a Capuchin, and that this cursedRochefort, thanks to his disguise, had tricked Monsieur deLaigues, like a ninny as he is."
4.  Planchet and Bazin were called, and took the places of Grimaud andMousqueton.
5.  "She went to meet the Duchesse de Chevreuse and the Duke of Buckingham.""Yes," cried Bonacieux, recalling all his remembrances of thecircumstances, "yes, that's it. Your Eminence is right. I toldmy wife several times that it was surprising that linen drapersshould live in such houses as those, in houses that had no signs;but she always laughed at me. Ah, monseigneur!" continuedBonacieux, throwing himself at his Eminence's feet, "ah, howtruly you are the cardinal, the great cardinal, the man of geniuswhom all the world reveres!"
6.  Milady was livid.


1.  "Listen!" said Aramis. "Since you appear to know so many things,can you tell me what is become of that woman?"
2.  Although warned that the man she had loved so much was in great danger,the queen, when his death was announced to her, would not believe thefact, and even imprudently exclaimed, "it is false; he has just writtento me!"
3.  "Besides, in what manner can I make advances first?""By doing a thing which you know will be agreeable to her.""What is that?"
4.  "You have, then, decided to come to England again," said Lord deWinter, "in spite of the resolutions you so often expressed inParis never to set your feet on British ground?"
5.   There only remained in the closet of the wounded duke Laporte andPatrick. A physician was sought for, but none was yet found."You will live, my Lord, you will live!" repeated the faithful servantof Anne of Austria, on his knees before the duke's sofa."What has she written to me?" said Buckingham, feebly, streaming withblood, and suppressing his agony to speak of her he loved, "what has shewritten to me? Read me her letter."
6.  "Monsieur the Cardinal!" cried the stupefied Musketeer."Your name?" cried his Eminence, for the third time."Athos," said the Musketeer.


1.  "It was wrong, Monsieur Porthos; but I will repair thatwrong, upon my word of honor."
2.  They this time embraced heartily, and without retaining any malice.Planchet obtained from Rochefort the rank of sergeant in the Piedmontregiment.
3.  "Listen, Felton," resumed Milady, "for by the side of base andcontemptible men there are often found great and generousnatures. I had an affianced husband, a man whom I loved, and wholoved me--a heart like yours, Felton, a man like you. I went tohim and told him all; he knew me, that man did, and did not doubtan instant. He was a nobleman, a man equal to Buckingham inevery respect. He said nothing; he only girded on his sword,wrapped himself in his cloak, and went straight to BuckinghamPalace.
4、  "I! Not at all. I am dead drunk, that's all, and never did aman more strongly set about getting so. By the Lord, my goodhost! I must at least have drunk for my part a hundred and fiftybottles."
5、  "And I an the more grateful to your Eminence," replied Anne ofAustria, with a smile that proved she was not the dupe of thisingenious gallantry, "from being certain that these two studsalone have cost you as much as all the others cost his Majesty."Then saluting the king and the cardinal, the queen resumed herway to the chamber in which she had dressed, and where she was totake off her costume.




  • 汪震国 08-04

      An elegant carriage waited below, and as it was drawn by twoexcellent horses, they were soon at the Place Royale.Milady Clarik received D'Artagnan ceremoniously. Her hotelwas remarkably sumptuous, and while the most part of theEnglish had quit, or were about to quit, France on accountof the war, Milady had just been laying out much money uponher residence; which proved that the general measure whichdrove the English from France did not affect her."You see," said Lord de Winter, presenting D'Artagnan to hissister, "a young gentleman who has held my life in hishands, and who has not abused his advantage, although wehave been twice enemies, although it was I who insulted him,and although I am an Englishman. Thank him, then, madame,if you have any affection for me."

  • 李建平 08-04

      Felton uttered a groan.

  • 尼布拉 08-04

       "Give him to me. Nobody knows him. I will leave him at the place Iquit, and he will conduct you to me."

  • 史安斌 08-04

      "I ask no better," said Aramis, with that ingenious air ofconfidence which every poet has in himself; "but let me beproperly acquainted with the subject. I have heard here andthere that this sister-in-law was a hussy. I have obtainedproof of it by listening to her conversation with thecardinal."

  • 宋秋波 08-03

    {  D'Artagnan bowed without replying, feeling his desire to don theMusketeer's uniform vastly increased by the great difficultieswhich preceded the attainment of it.

  • 夏甫海 08-02

      "Pray, D'Artagnan," said Athos, after a minute, "either takeoff that ring or turn the mounting inside; it recalls suchcruel recollections that I shall have no head to conversewith you. Don't ask me for counsel; don't tell me you areperplexed what to do. But stop! let me look at thatsapphire again; the one I mentioned to you had one of itsfaces scratched by accident."}

  • 曹义荣 08-02

      "An opportunity will come," replied Rochefort.

  • 王迎春 08-02

      "And on what will you sleep?" said D'Artagnan.

  • 马三刚 08-01

       "Yes," cried Milady, "but I shall lose that which is much dearerto me than life, I shall lose my honor, Felton; and it is you,you whom I make responsible, before God and before men, for myshame and my infamy."

  • 库克 07-30

    {  "Then, put me to the proof."

  • 力小五 07-30

      "Marie Michon"