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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "In your place, I would do one thing."
2.  "Still higher."
3.  "Pardon me, monsieur," said D'Artagnan, who had profited by themoment he had been left alone to put back M. de Treville's clockthree-quarters of an hour, "but I thought, as it was yet onlytwenty-five minutes past nine, it was not too late to wait uponyou."
4.  "No, PARDIEU, no! To conspire against my honor with Madame deChevreuse, Madame de Longueville, and the Condes.""Oh, sire, what an idea! The queen is too virtuous; and besides,loves your Majesty too well."
5.  Bazin set out the next day for Tours, and was allowed eightdays for performing his commission.
6.  "I go to London? Go to! You jest! I have no business inLondon."


1.  "And a magnificent one!" cried the host.
2.  "One of your friends?" interrupted Mme. Bonacieux."Without doubt; Aramis is one of my best friends.""Aramis! Who is he?"
3.  "But your host behaves very well toward you, as it appears, mydear Porthos," said D'Artagnan, directing the sick man'sattention to the full stewpans and the empty bottles."So, so," replied Porthos. "Only three or four days ago theimpertinent jackanapes gave me his bill, and I was forced to turnboth him and his bill out of the door; so that I am heresomething in the fashion of a conqueror, holding my position, asit were, my conquest. So you see, being in constant fear ofbeing forced from that position, I am armed to the teeth.""And yet," said D'Artagnan, laughing, "it appears to me that fromtime to time you must make SORTIES." And he again pointed to thebottles and the stewpans.
5.  Aramis pushed his so vigorously that after going back fiftypaces, the man ended by fairly taking to his heels, anddisappeared amid the hooting of the lackeys.
6.  Now, whenever the king halted, the Musketeers halted. Itfollowed that D'Artagnan, who was as yet purely and simplyin the Guards, found himself, for the time at least,separated from his good friends--Athos, Porthos, and Aramis.This separation, which was no more than an unpleasantcircumstance, would have certainly become a cause of seriousuneasiness if he had been able to guess by what unknowndangers he was surrounded.


1.  Cahusac immediately ran to the Guardsman whom Aramis had killed,seized his rapier, and returned toward D'Artagnan; but on his wayhe met Athos, who during his relief which D'Artagnan had procuredhim had recovered his breath, and who, for fear that D'Artagnanwould kill his enemy, wished to resume the fight.D'Artagnan perceived that it would be disobliging Athos not toleave him alone; and in a few minutes Cahusac fell, with a swordthrust through his throat.
2.  "We shall see, Monsieur Cardinal, we shall see," said the king,who, in his joy at finding the queen guilty of a crime which hecared little about, and innocent of a fault of which he had greatdread, was ready to make up all differences with her, "we shallsee, but upon my honor, you are too indulgent toward her.""Sire," said the cardinal, "leave severity to your ministers.Clemency is a royal virtue; employ it, and you will find that youderive advantage therein."
3.  The cardinal became as pale as death; lightning darted from hiseyes. He turned round as if to give an order to Cahusac andHoudiniere. Athos saw the movement; he made a step toward themuskets, upon which the other three friends had fixed their eyes,like men ill-disposed to allow themselves to be taken. Thecardinalists were three; the Musketeers, lackeys included, wereseven. He judged that the match would be so much the less equal,if Athos and his companions were really plotting; and by one ofthose rapid turns which he always had at command, all his angerfaded away into a smile.
4.  Aramis reflected for a minute, and then said, coloring,"Will it be really rendering you a service, D'Artagnan?""I shall be grateful to you all my life."
5.   At the moment she entered, the curtain of a small gallery whichto that time had been closed, was drawn, and the pale face of thecardinal appeared, he being dresses as a Spanish cavalier. Hiseyes were fixed upon those of the queen, and a smile of terriblejoy passed over his lips; the queen did not wear her diamondstuds.
6.  Fifty vessels were waiting to set out. Passing alongside one ofthem, D'Artagnan fancied he perceived on board it the woman ofMeung--the same whom the unknown gentleman had called Milady, andwhom D'Artagnan had thought so handsome; but thanks to thecurrent of the stream and a fair wind, his vessel passed soquickly that he had little more than a glimpse of her.The next day about nine o'clock in the morning, he landed at St.Valery. D'Artagnan went instantly in search of the inn, andeasily discovered it by the riotous noise which resounded fromit. War between England and France was talked of as near andcertain, and the jolly sailors were having a carousal.D'Artagnan made his way through the crowd, advanced toward thehost, and pronounced the word "Forward!" The host instantly madehim a sign to follow, went out with him by a door which openedinto a yard, led him to the stable, where a saddled horse awaitedhim, and asked him if he stood in need of anything else."I want to know the route I am to follow," said D'Artagnan."Go from hence to Blangy, and from Blangy to Neufchatel. AtNeufchatel, go to the tavern of the Golden Harrow, give thepassword to the landlord, and you will find, as you have here, ahorse ready saddled."


1.  "Well! And who told you I had no affair with a lover?""It is a man, then, who expects you?" cried D'Artagnan. "A man!""The discussion is going to begin again!" said Mme. Bonacieux,with a half-smile which was not exempt from a tinge ofimpatience.
2.  "Good enough!"
3.  "By no means."
4、  The cardinal turned and said in a loud voice, "Rochefort!" Thechevalier, who no doubt was near the door, entered immediately."Rochefort," said the cardinal, "you see Monsieur d'Artagnan. I receivehim among the number of my friends. Greet each other, then; and be wiseif you wish to preserve your heads."
5、  As long as the procurator's wife could follow him with hereyes, she waved her handkerchief to him, leaning so far outof the window as to lead people to believe she wished toprecipitate herself. Porthos received all these attentionslike a man accustomed to such demonstrations, only onturning the corner of the street he lifted his hatgracefully, and waved it to her as a sign of adieu.On his part Aramis wrote a long letter. To whom? Nobodyknew. Kitty, who was to set out that evening for Tours, waswaiting in the next chamber.




  • 姚勤毅 08-05

      D'Artagnan would have been at the height of his wishes if hehad not constantly seen Milady like a dark cloud hovering inthe horizon.

  • 林秀君 08-05

      "Yes, a horse."

  • 黎华露 08-05

       At nine o'clock Madame la Premiere Presidente arrived. As nextto the queen, she was the most considerable personage of thefete, she was received by the city officials, and placed in a boxopposite to that which the queen was to occupy.

  • 刘大妈 08-05

      D'Artagnan thought this could not last long, and continued tolook with all his eyes and listen with all his ears.He was right; at the end of some seconds two sharp taps wereheard inside. The young woman in the street replied by a singletap, and the shutter was opened a little way.

  • 巴尔瓦利 08-04

    {  At this moment the four Guards appeared at the door of theantechamber, but seeing four Musketeers standing, and theirswords by their sides, they hesitated about going farther."Come in, gentlemen, come in," called D'Artagnan; "you are herein my apartment, and we are all faithful servants of the king andcardinal."

  • 符佳 08-03

      "Can we have destroyed them all, from the first to thelast?" said Athos.}

  • 李锦豪 08-03

      "Yes, monsieur."

  • 于乐英 08-03

      The lackeys on their part, like the coursers of Hippolytus,shared the sadness of their masters. Mousqueton collected astore of crusts; Bazin, who had always been inclined to devotion,never quit the churches; Planchet watched the flight of flies;and Grimaud, whom the general distress could not induce to breakthe silence imposed by his master, heaved sighs enough to softenthe stones.

  • 谢波德 08-02

       "I do not know whether I ought to tell you what I suspect.""Monsieur, I beg you to observe that I ask you absolutelynothing. It is you who have come to me. It is you who have toldme that you had a secret to confide in me. Act, then, as youthink proper; there is still time to withdraw."

  • 荆向海 07-31

    {  "I have done with him all that could be done. I have made him aspy upon his wife."

  • 王瑞明 07-31

      "Ah," said Mme. Bonacieux, "you speak that in a tone thatfrightens me!"