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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "My God, how agitated you seem!"
2.  At the noise made by D'Artagnan in entering, Aramis lifted up hishead, and beheld his friend; but to the great astonishment of theyoung man, the sight of him did not produce much effect upon theMusketeer, so completely was his mind detached from the things ofthis world.
3.  "The unknown giver," interrupted D'Artagnan.
4.  "Should you know those doors again?"
5.  "What she?" demanded the host.
6.  Immediately, without any order being given or his place ofdestination indicated, the coachman set off at a rapid pace, andplunged into the streets of the city.

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1.  "But then, philosopher that you are," said D'Artagnan, "instructme, support me. I stand in need of being taught and consoled.""Consoled for what?"
2.  "Let us go," said she, "I place full confidence in you, myfriend!"
3.  The two Musketeers with whom we have already made acquaintance,and who answered to the last of these three names, immediatelyquitted the group of which they had formed a part, and advancedtoward the cabinet, the door of which closed after them as soonas they had entered. Their appearance, although it was not quiteat ease, excited by its carelessness, at once full of dignity andsubmission, the admiration of D'Artagnan, who beheld in these twomen demigods, and in their leader an Olympian Jupiter, armed withall his thunders.
4.  "I am in a fever," said she; "I have not slept a single instantduring all this long night. I suffer horribly. Are you likelyto be more humane to me than others were yesterday? All I ask ispermission to remain abed."
5.  As to Aramis, he never played. He was the worst Musketeer andthe most unconvivial companion imaginable. He had alwayssomething or other to do. Sometimes in the midst of dinner, wheneveryone, under the attraction of wine and in the warmth ofconversation, believed they had two or three hours longer toenjoy themselves at table, Aramis looked at his watch, arose witha bland smile, and took leave of the company, to go, as he said,to consult a casuist with whom he had an appointment. At othertimes he would return home to write a treatise, and requested hisfriends not to disturb him.
6.  Aramis then reperused the letter, and perceived apostscript:

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1.  34 IN WHICH THE EQUIPMENT OF ARAMIS AND PORTHOS IS TREATEDOF
2.  The commissary then, instead of continuing to interrogate him,made him a long speech upon the danger there is for an obscurecitizen to meddle with public matters. He complicated thisexordium by an exposition in which he painted the power and thedeeds of the cardinal, that incomparable minister, that conquerorof past minister, that conqueror of past ministers, that examplefor ministers to come--deeds and power which none could thwartwith impunity.
3.  "Then," continued he, "there is a horse for my lackey, andmy valise. As to my arms, it is useless to trouble youabout them; I have them."
4.  "Yes, I dare say; verses perfumed with the odor of the billetfrom the attendant of Madame de Chevreuse. Teach Bazin prosody;that will console him. As to the horse, ride him a little everyday, and that will accustom you to his maneuvers.""Oh, make yourself easy on that head," replied Aramis. "You willfind me ready to follow you."
5.   To see if they be strong;
6.  30 D'ARTAGNAN AND THE ENGLISHMAN

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1.  "Well, such a woman, who would place the knife of JacquesClement or of Ravaillac in the hands of a fanatic, wouldsave France."
2.  "Wonderfully," said D'Artagnan; but I come to offer you a dress whichwill become you still better."
3.  "He is right," said Porthos; "battle. Besides, we must tryour now arms."
4、  "Oh, how beautiful you are thus! Oh, how I love you!" saidBuckingham.
5、  "Bah, I have passed perhaps ten times through Chantilly, and outof the ten times I have stopped three or four times at your houseat least. Why I was here only ten or twelve days ago. I wasconducting some friends, Musketeers, one of whom, by the by, hada dispute with a stranger--a man who sought a quarrel with him,for I don't know what."

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  • 马岩 08-04

      "Give a ball; you know how much the queen loves dancing. I willanswer for it, her resentment will not hold out against such anattention."

  • 李海云 08-04

      Nevertheless, it was necessary to finish. The watch might comeup and take all the combatants, wounded or not, royalists orcardinalists. Athos, Aramis, and D'Artagnan surrounded Bicarat,and required him to surrender. Though alone against all and witha wound in his thigh, Bicarat wished to hold out; but Jussac, whohad risen upon his elbow, cried out to him to yield. Bicarat wasa Gascon, as D'Artagnan was; he turned a deaf ear, and contentedhimself with laughing, and between two parries finding time topoint to a spot of earth with his sword, "Here," cried he,parodying a verse of the Bible, "here will Bicarat die; for Ionly am left, and they seek my life."

  • 卡玛尔·科胡拉纳 08-04

       "Now, gentlemen," said D'Artagnan, "go up to your room again; andin ten minutes, I will answer for it, you shall have all youdesire."

  • 田旭必 08-04

      "Certainly that is most in accord with your own principles,"replied Milady, frigidly.

  • 孟慧度 08-03

    {  "Hum!" said the host, in a doubtful tone.

  • 葛千松 08-02

      "Till we meet again, then, dear traitor!"}

  • 让·弗朗西斯·佩恩 08-02

      "Well, do you not adopt this means, Athos?" said D'Artagnan."I do not reject it altogether," said Athos; "but I wish toremind Aramis that he cannot quit the camp, and that nobodybut one of ourselves is trustworthy; that two hours afterthe messenger has set out, all the Capuchins, all thepolice, all the black caps of the cardinal, will know yourletter by heart, and you and your clever person will bearrested."

  • 丁汝昌 08-02

      "You will find that it is as good as another."

  • 高瑞锋 08-01

       As soon as this organization was established, they set aboutdriving the English from the Isle.

  • 金久慈 07-30

    {  Felton remained behind; he held a book in his hand.Milady, reclining in an armchair near the chimney, beautiful,pale, and resigned, looked like a holy virgin awaiting martyrdom.Felton approached her, and said, "Lord de Winter, who is aCatholic, like yourself, madame, thinking that the deprivation ofthe rites and ceremonies of your church might be painful to you,has consented that you should read every day the ordinary of yourMass; and here is a book which contains the ritual."At the manner in which Felton laid the book upon the little tablenear which Milady was sitting, at the tone in which he pronouncedthe two words, YOUR MASS, at the disdainful smile with which heaccompanied them, Milady raised her head, and looked moreattentively at the officer.

  • 罗亚民 07-30

      "The queen immediately exhibited strong emotion; and despite therouge with which her face was covered evidently turned pale--""And then, and then?"

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