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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Stop a bit," said the dragoon, placing his saber like aspit upon the two large iron dogs which held the firebrandsin the chimney, "stop a bit, I am in it. You cursed host! adripping pan immediately, that I may not lose a drop of thefat of this estimable bird."
2.  The old man read so much truth and so much grief in the face ofthe young man that he made him a sign to listen, and repeated ina low voice: "It was scarcely nine o'clock when I heard a noisein the street, and was wondering what it could be, when on comingto my door, I found that somebody was endeavoring to open it. AsI am very poor and am not afraid of being robbed, I went andopened the gate and saw three men at a few paces from it. In theshadow was a carriage with two horses, and some saddlehorses.These horses evidently belonged to the three men, who wee dressedas cavaliers. 'Ah, my worthy gentlemen,' cried I, 'what do youwant?' 'You must have a ladder?' said he who appeared to be theleader of the party. 'Yes, monsieur, the one with which I gathermy fruit.' 'Lend it to us, and go into your house again; thereis a crown for the annoyance we have caused you. Only rememberthis--if you speak a word of what you may see or what you mayhear (for you will look and you will listen, I am quite sure,however we may threaten you), you are lost.' At these words hethrew me a crown, which I picked up, and he took the ladder.After shutting the gate behind them, I pretended to return to thehouse, but I immediately went out a back door, and stealing alongin the shade of the hedge, I gained yonder clump of elder, fromwhich I could hear and see everything. The three men brought thecarriage up quietly, and took out of it a little man, stout,short, elderly, and commonly dressed in clothes of a dark color,who ascended the ladder very carefully, looked suspiciously in atthe window of the pavilion, came down as quietly as he had goneup, and whispered, 'It is she!' Immediately, he who had spokento me approached the door of the pavilion, opened it with a keyhe had in his hand, closed the door and disappeared, while at thesame time the other two men ascended the ladder. The little oldman remained at the coach door; the coachman took care of hishorses, the lackey held the saddlehorses. All at once greatcried resounded in the pavilion, and a woman came to the window,and opened it, as if to throw herself out of it; but as soon asshe perceived the other two men, she fell back and they went intothe chamber. Then I saw no more; but I heard the noise ofbreaking furniture. The woman screamed, and cried for help; buther cries were soon stifled. Two of the men appeared, bearingthe woman in their arms, and carried her to the carriage, intowhich the little old man got after her. The leader closed thewindow, came out an instant after by the door, and satisfiedhimself that the woman was in the carriage. His two companionswere already on horseback. He sprang into his saddle; the lackeytook his place by the coachman; the carriage went off at a quickpace, escorted by the three horsemen, and all was over. Fromthat moment I have neither seen nor heard anything."D'Artagnan, entirely overcome by this terrible story, remainedmotionless and mute, while all the demons of anger and jealousywere howling in his heart.
3.  "Pardon, monsieur, but I doubt whether he can see you at thismoment."
4.  D'Artagnan, however, stupefied, cast down, annihilated by allthat happened, stood, with crossed arms, before the Musketeer andMme. Bonacieux.
5.  "It is he!" cried D'Artagnan and the citizen at the same time,each having recognized his man.
6.  "What! Not Monsieur d'Artagnan?" exclaimed the commissary."Not the least in the world," replied Bonacieux.


1.  "But you have claimed--"
2.  "If they knew anything, they would not question people in thismanner," said D'Artagnan to himself. "Now, what is it they wantto know? Why, they want to know if the Duke of Buckingham is inParis, and if he has had, or is likely to have, an interview withthe queen."
3.  "Very."
4.  "And now, my dear Athos," said he, "do me the kindness totell me where we are going?"
5.  "Yes, moderately so. We lost five men, and the Rochellaiseight or ten."
6.  "And there again you are wrong. A horse slips and injures ajoint; a horse stumbles and breaks his knees to the bone; a horseeats out of a manger in which a glandered horse has eaten. Thereis a horse, while on the contrary, the hundred pistoles feedtheir master."


1.  "Who goes there?" cried he, as soon as he perceived thehorsemen.
2.  His Eminence bent his brow, stopped for an instant, and then kept on hisway without uttering a single word.
3.  "Here, Laporte," said Buckingham, "these are the only tokens I everreceived from her--this silver casket and these two letters. You willrestore them to her Majesty; and as a last memorial"--he looked roundfor some valuable object--"you will add--"
4.  "Nobody, by the faith of a gentleman."
5.   The knocker had scarcely sounded under the hand of the young manbefore the tumult ceased, steps approached, the door was opened,and D'Artagnan, sword in hand, rushed into the rooms of M.Bonacieux, the door of which doubtless acted upon by a spring,closed after him.
6.  "I am at home to nobody," said Milady; "observe, to nobody."The servant went out.


1.  "well?"
2.  "My God, yes, GAVE, that is the word," said Porthos; "for theanimal was worth at least a hundred and fifty louis, and thestingy fellow would only give me eighty."
3.  Milady listened.
4、  "To me, to a brother?" said Felton.
5、  The Chevalier de Rochefort cast a glance backward, and saw that Porthosand Aramis had placed themselves between him and the gate; he understoodthat he was completely at the mercy of these four men."Gentlemen," said he, "if Monsieur d'Artagnan will surrender his swordto me and join his word to yours, I shall be satisfied with your promiseto convey Monsieur d'Artagnan to the quarters of Monseigneur theCardinal."




  • 马达慰 08-03

      The young man advanced rapidly into the chamber, leaving the dooropen behind him, and making a sign to Milady to be silent; hisface was much agitated.

  • 塞巴斯蒂安·福克斯 08-03

      "He knows them, then?"

  • 李毅 08-03

       "And does that hinder you from letting me know the secondreason?"

  • 程以然 08-03

      Felton, quite bewildered, almost mad, stood speechless.Milady plainly perceived that it was now her turn to take part inthe scene. She ran to the table, and seizing the knife whichFelton had laid down, exclaimed, "And by what right will youprevent me from dying?"

  • 哈拉布拉乡加勒帕勒 08-02

    {  "Her devotion to the queen is known; and they wish either toremove her from her mistress, or to intimidate her, in order toobtain her Majesty's secrets, or to seduce her and make use ofher as a spy."

  • 李·安默曼 08-01

      "But I tell you that I am the mistress of the house, gentlemen!I tell you I am Madame Bonacieux; I tell you I belong to thequeen!" cried the unfortunate woman.}

  • 鹿礁 08-01

      "To what country?" demanded Porthos.

  • 山下智久 08-01

      He drew Kitty to him. She had the less motive to resist,resistance would make so much noise. Therefore Kittysurrendered.

  • 凌志美 07-31

       "Stop, in the name of heaven, Monsieur Porthos!" cried she."Stop, and let us talk."

  • 嘉业刚 07-29

    {  "In truth," murmured D'Artagnan, to whom M. de Treville'srecommendation recurred, "this animal will end by making meafraid." And he put his horse into a trot.

  • 田莉 07-29

      He then thought, with a touch of vexation, that perhaps the youngwoman had fallen asleep while waiting for him. He approached thewall, and tried to climb it; but the wall had been recentlypointed, and D'Artagnan could get no hold.