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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Yes, madame," replied the officer.
2.  "I?" said D'Artagnan; "nothing," and he read,
3.  "Now," said she, "listen to me."
4.  Felton uttered a groan.
5.  "Your Lordship must have observed that he could not continue hisjourney."
6.  "And what is your choice?" asked Jussac.

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1.  "I do not know that; what I do know is that he is a creature ofthe cardinal, his evil genius."
2.  "To me, to a brother?" said Felton.
3.  "Oh, no, never," said Planchet, "I will never leave Monsieurd'Artagnan."
4.  "The FINGERS," resumed the Jesuit, "St. Peter blessed with theFINGERS. The Pope, therefore blesses with the fingers. And withhow many fingers does he bless? With THREE fingers, to be sure-one for the Father, one for the Son, and one for the Holy Ghost."All crossed themselves. D'Artagnan thought it was proper tofollow this example.
5.  "But if he should be at home and see me?"
6.  "Athos, she is your wife, I tell you," repeated D'Artagnan;"only reflect how much the two descriptions resemble eachother."

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1.  21 THE COUNTESS DE WINTER
2.  It was past midnight; the next thing was to find Planchet.D'Artagnan went successively into all the cabarets in which therewas a light, but could not find Planchet in any of them.At the sixth he began to reflect that the search was ratherdubious. D'Artagnan had appointed six o'clock in the morning forhis lackey, and wherever he might be, he was right.Besides, it came into the young man's mind that by remaining inthe environs of the spot on which this sad event had passed, hewould, perhaps, have some light thrown upon the mysteriousaffair. At the sixth cabaret, then, as we said, D'Artagnanstopped, asked for a bottle of wine of the best quality, andplacing himself in the darkest corner of the room, determinedthus to wait till daylight; but this time again his hopes weredisappointed, and although he listened with all his ears, heheard nothing, amid the oaths, coarse jokes, and abuse whichpassed between the laborers, servants, and carters who comprisedthe honorable society of which he formed a part, which could puthim upon the least track of her who had been stolen from him. Hewas compelled, them, after having swallowed the contents of hisbottle, to pass the time as well as to evade suspicion, to fallinto the easiest position in his corner and to sleep, whetherwell or ill. D'Artagnan, be it remembered, was only twenty yearsold, and at that age sleep has its imprescriptible rights whichit imperiously insists upon, even with the saddest hearts.Toward six o'clock D'Artagnan awoke with that uncomfortablefeeling which generally accompanies the break of day after a badnight. He was not long in making his toilet. He examinedhimself to see if advantage had been taken of his sleep, andhaving found his diamond ring on his finger, his purse in hispocket, and his pistols in his belt, he rose, paid for hisbottle, and went out to try if he could have any better luck inhis search after his lackey than he had had the night before.The first thing he perceived through the damp gray mist washonest Planchet, who, with the two horses in hand, awaited him atthe door of a little blind cabaret, before which D'Artagnan hadpassed without even a suspicion of its existence.
3.  "Ah, my dear," replied D'Artagnan, "upon that very horse Icame to Paris."
4.  As soon as the earnest money was paid, D'Artagnan took possessionof his lodging, and passed the remainder of the day in sewingonto his doublet and hose some ornamental braiding which hismother had taken off an almost-new doublet of the elder M.D'Artagnan, and which she had given her son secretly. Next hewent to the Quai de Feraille to have a new blade put to hissword, and then returned toward the Louvre, inquiring of thefirst Musketeer he met for the situation of the hotel of M. deTreville, which proved to be in the Rue du Vieux-Colombier; thatis to say, in the immediate vicinity of the chamber hired byD'Artagnan--a circumstance which appeared to furnish a happyaugury for the success of his journey.
5.   "The FLEUR-DE-LIS is small, rosy in color, and looks as ifefforts had been made to efface it by the application ofpoultices?"
6.  "To his Eminence Monseigneur the Cardinal Richelieu, in his camp beforeLa Rochelle.

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1.  Three days afterward the four Musketeers were in Paris; they had notexceeded their leave of absence, and that same evening they went to paytheir customary visit to M. de Treville.
2.  Porthos was in bed, and was playing a game at LANSQUENET withMousqueton, to keep his hand in; while a spit loaded withpartridges was turning before the fire, and on each side of alarge chimneypiece, over two chafing dishes, were boiling twostewpans, from which exhaled a double odor of rabbit and fishstews, rejoicing to the smell. In addition to this he perceivedthat the top of a wardrobe and the marble of a commode werecovered with empty bottles.
3.  "May I be permitted to inform my wife?" said he.
4、  "Six o'clock."
5、  "I have told, sir," murmured Milady, lowering her voice, andallowing herself to sink overpowered to the ground; "I have toldmy secret! He knows all! My God, I am lost!"

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  • 乔纳森 08-02

      "We are lost," said D'Artagnan, in the ear of Athos."You mean to say we have lost," said Athos, quietly, drawingfour pistoles from his pocket and throwing them upon thetable. "Come, gentlemen," said he, "they are beating thetattoo. Let us to bed!"

  • 王安春 08-02

      "And, now, when are we to go?" asked Athos.

  • 王昕秀 08-02

       "You will go to Buckingham in my behalf, and you will tellhim I am acquainted with all the preparations he has made;but that they give me no uneasiness, since at the first stephe takes I will ruin the queen."

  • 刘义德 08-02

      A terrible inclination seized D'Artagnan to grasp the mercer bythe throat and strangle him; but, as we have said, he was a veryprudent youth, and he restrained himself. However, therevolution which appeared upon his countenance was so visiblethat Bonacieux was terrified at it, and he endeavored to drawback a step or two; but as he was standing before the half of thedoor which was shut, the obstacle compelled him to keep hisplace.

  • 石贞善 08-01

    {  They took the bridge. That was D'Artagnan's road, as he wasgoing to the Louvre. D'Artagnan followed them.

  • 李晓林 07-31

      "Well, that's something, for I have not the shadow of one," saidAthos cooly; "but as to D'Artagnan, gentlemen, the idea ofbelonging to OURS has driven him out of his senses. A thousandlivres! For my part, I declare I want two thousand.""Four times two makes eight," then said Aramis; "it is eightthousand that we want to complete our outfits, toward which, itis true, we have already the saddles."}

  • 雷言 07-31

      "Her lover."

  • 卢西亚诺 07-31

      And now that we are acquainted, superficially at least, with themasters and the valets, let us pass on to the dwellings occupiedby each of them.

  • 舒妈 07-30

       "No."

  • 袁科 07-28

    {  And yet, as he journeyed along, a profound sadness weighed uponhis heart. He thought of that young and pretty Mme. Bonacieuxwho was to have paid him the price of his devotedness; but let ushasten to say that this sadness possessed the young man less fromthe regret of the happiness he had missed, than from the fear heentertained that some serious misfortune had befallen the poorwoman. For himself, he had no doubt she was a victim of thecardinal's vengeance; and, and as was well known, the vengeanceof his Eminence was terrible. How he had found grace in the eyesf the minister, he did not know; but without doubt M. de Cavoiswould have revealed this to him if the captain of the Guards hadfound him at home.

  • 许维鸿 07-28

      When the young Guardsman and the three Musketeers werewithout witnesses, they looked at one another with an airwhich plainly expressed that each of them perceived thegravity of their situation.

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