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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Oh, I resolved that it should take place as soon as possible. Ihad no doubt he would return the following night. During the dayI had nothing to fear.
2.  "Oh, I cannot believe you!"
3.  At this cry all the crowd re-entered the apartment, and throughout thepalace and town there was nothing but consternation and tumult.As soon as Lord de Winter saw Buckingham was dead, he ran to Felton,whom the soldiers still guarded on the terrace of the palace."Wretch!" said he to the young man, who since the death of Buckinghamhad regained that coolness and self-possession which never afterabandoned him, "wretch! what have you done?"
4.  "Which has happened to you?"
5.  "I depend upon your word."
6.  "Do you not know me, Felton? I am neither an angel nor a demon;I am a daughter of earth, I am a sister of thy faith, that isall."


1.  "I have counted upon you on this occasion, monsieur.""Yes?"
2.  "Ma-madame!" cried he; "is that you? How is your husband, ourdear Monsieur Coquenard? Is he still as stingy as ever? Wherecan my eyes have been not to have seen you during the two hoursof the sermon?"
3.  "Yes, let the sermon be clear," said the curate.
4.  P.S. You may behave politely to the bearer, who is a countand a grandee of Spain!
5.  Then they saw from the other bank the executioner raise both his armsslowly; a moonbeam fell upon the blade of the large sword. The twoarms fell with a sudden force; they heard the hissing of the scimitarand the cry of the victim, then a truncated mass sank beneath the blow.The executioner then took off his red cloak, spread it upon the ground,laid the body in it, threw in the head, tied all up by the four corners,lifted it on his back, and entered the boat again.In the middle of the stream he stopped the boat, and suspending hisburden over the water cried in a loud voice, "Let the justice of God bedone!" and he let the corpse drop into the depths of the waters, whichclosed over it.
6.  Porthos drew his sword from the scabbard, and made passes atthe wall, springing back from time to time, and makingcontortions like a dancer.


1.  Porthos replied that in all probability his sprain would notpermit him to depart yet awhile. Besides, it was necessary heshould stay at Chantilly to wait for the answer from his duchess.D'Artagnan wished that answer might be prompt and favorable; andhaving again recommended Porthos to the care of Mousqueton, andpaid his bill to the host, he resumed his route with Planchet,already relieved of one of his led horses.
2.  "So far, well," said Athos, "I perceive you know me.""The Comte de la Fere!" murmured Milady, becomingexceedingly pale, and drawing back till the wall preventedher from going any farther.
3.  "It vexes me greatly," continued Athos, "that you attach so muchimportance to these animals, for I am not yet at the end of mystory."
4.  "Yes, that is true as the Gospel," said Porthos; "I heardher with my own ears."
5.   "Pardon, my dear Monsieur Bonacieux, if I don't stand uponceremony," said D'Artagnan, "but nothing makes one so thirsty aswant of sleep. I am parched with thirst. Allow me to take aglass of water in your apartment; you know that is never refusedamong neighbors."
6.  "Yes, monsieur, yes. And as it is three months since you havebeen here, and though, distracted as you must be in yourimportant occupations, you have forgotten to pay me my rent--as,I say, I have not tormented you a single instant, I thought youwould appreciate my delicacy."


1.  On her side Mme. Bonacieux had also reflected; but, it must beadmitted, upon something widely different from ambition. Inspite of herself her thoughts constantly reverted to thathandsome young man who was so brave and appeared to be so much inlove. Married at eighteen to Mme. Bonacieux, having always livedamong her husband's friends--people little capable of inspiringany sentiment whatever in a young woman whose heart was above herposition--Mme. Bonacieux had remained insensible to vulgarseductions; but at this period the title of gentleman had greatinfluence with the citizen class, and D'Artagnan was a gentleman.Besides, he wore the uniform of the Guards, which next to that ofthe Musketeers was most admired by the ladies. He was, werepeat, handsome, young, and bold; he spoke of love like a manwho did love and was anxious to be loved in return. There wascertainly enough in all this to turn a head only twenty-threeyears old, and Mme. Bonacieux had just attained that happy periodof life.
2.  But when the time came to pay for his rosemary, this oil, and thewine, the only expense the master had incurred, as he hadpreserved a strict abstinence--while on the contrary, the yellowhorse, by the account of the hostler at least, had eaten threetimes as much as a horse of his size could reasonably supposed tohave done--D'Artagnan found nothing in his pocket but his littleold velvet purse with the eleven crowns it contained; for as tothe letter addressed to M. de Treville, it had disappeared.The young man commenced his search for the letter with thegreatest patience, turning out his pockets of all kinds over andover again, rummaging and rerummaging in his valise, and openingand reopening his purse; but when he found that he had come tothe conviction that the letter was not to be found, he flew, forthe third time, into such a rage as was near costing him a freshconsumption of wine, oil, and rosemary--for upon seeing this hot-headed youth become exasperated and threaten to destroyeverything in the establishment if his letter were not found, thehost seized a spit, his wife a broom handle, and the servants thesame sticks they had used the day before.
3.  It was at this moment that people came flocking to the scene ofaction from all sides. The host, fearful of consequences, withthe help of his servants carried the wounded man into thekitchen, where some trifling attentions were bestowed upon him.As to the gentleman, he resumed his place at the window, andsurveyed the crowd with a certain impatience, evidently annoyedby their remaining undispersed.
4、  "Have I any need to tell you so? Have you not perceivedit?"
5、  M. Dessessart, who esteemed D'Artagnan, made him offers ofhelp, as this change would entail expenses for equipment.D'Artagnan was beside himself with joy. We know that the hebegged him to have the diamond he put into his hand valued,as he wished to turn it into money.




  • 张戈 08-06

      Porthos observed a last struggle between love and avarice."And as," continued he, "the duchess whom you saw at the churchhas estates near to those of my family, we mean to make thejourney together. Journeys, you know, appear much shorter whenwe travel two in company."

  • 张慎峰 08-06

      "Ah, wooi, a vager!" cried the Swiss.

  • 李敬喜 08-06

       "I swear to you, Monsieur Commissary, that you are in theprofoundest error, that I know nothing in the world about what mywife had to do, that I am entirely a stranger to what she hasdone; and that if she has committed any follies, I renounce her,I abjure her, I curse her!"

  • 艾丽莎 08-06

      "In that case I am lost," said D'Artagnan.

  • 维泽尔-亨利 08-05

    {  "Vitray," said he, "you will go with all speed to London. Youmust not stop an instant on the way. You will deliver thisletter to Milady. Here is an order for two hundred pistoles;call upon my treasurer and get the money. You shall have as muchagain if you are back within six days, and have executed yourcommission well."

  • 任昌丁 08-04

      "What is the matter?" asked Milady.}

  • 张天恩 08-04

      Sure enough! Upon the landing leading to the chamber, andcrouching against the door, he found the poor girl, all in atremble. As soon as she perceived him, she cried, "You havepromised your protection; you have promised to save me fromher anger. Remember, it is you who have ruined me!""Yes, yes, to be sure, Kitty," said D'Artagnan; "be at ease,my girl. But what happened after my departure?"

  • 何成明 08-04

      "No; and you, Athos?"

  • 程红家 08-03

       "A person who takes more interest in you than she is willingto confess wishes to know on what day it will suit you towalk in the forest? Tomorrow, at the Hotel Field of theCloth of Gold, a lackey in black and red will wait for yourreply."

  • 何珊 08-01

    {  "Come on, come on!" said D'Artagnan; "let us keep that paper carefully,perhaps I have not thrown away my half-pistole. To horse, my friends,to horse!"

  • 祝正洲 08-01

      "He has, then, charged me to take it from you."