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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "So you renounce the world, then, forever; that is a settledthing-a resolution registered!"
2.  "You don't know I quit the seminary?"
3.  The two Musketeers were already there, and were playing together.Athos, who was very expert in all bodily exercises, passed withD'Artagnan to the opposite side and challenged them; but at thefirst effort he made, although he played with his left hand, hefound that his wound was yet too recent to allow of suchexertion. D'Artagnan remained, therefore, alone; and as hedeclared he was too ignorant of the game to play it regularlythey only continued giving balls to one another without counting.But one of these balls, launched by Porthos' herculean hand,passed so close to D'Artagnan's face that he thought that if,instead of passing near, it had hit him, his audience would havebeen probably lost, as it would have been impossible for him topresent himself before the king. Now, as upon this audience, inhis Gascon imagination, depended his future life, he salutedAramis and Porthos politely, declaring that he would not resumethe game until he should be prepared to play with them on moreequal terms, and went and took his place near the cord and in thegallery.
4.  "No, to the cardinal."
5.  D'Artagnan smiled--for he understood that Athos was sure of hisvengeance when he revealed such a secret. Porthos and Aramis looked ateach other, and grew pale. Lord de Winter thought Athos was mad."Now, retire to your chambers," said Athos, "and leave me to act. Youmust perceive that in my quality of a husband this concerns me. Only,D'Artagnan, if you have not lost it, give me the paper which fell fromthat man's hat, upon which is written the name of the village of--""Ah," said D'Artagnan, "I comprehend! that name written in her hand.""You see, then," said Athos, :there is a god in heaven still!"
6.  "But, my Lord--"


1.  "Indeed."
2.  "But that will compromise me sadly, you know."
3.  But D'Artagnan again shook his head. For people toward whomhe had but to put forth his hand, his Eminence had rarelyrecourse to such means.
4.  "No, monseigneur, for the only thing for which I could be arrested isstill unknown to your Eminence."
5.  Milady folded her hands, and raising her fine eyes toward heaven,"Lord, Lord," said she, with an angelic meekness of gesture andtone, "pardon this man, as I myself pardon him."
6.  "'To Troyes, in Champagne,' I answered.


1.  "This very night."
2.  D'Artagnan found the Musketeer dressed and ready to go out. Asthe hour to wait upon the king was not till twelve, he had made aparty with Porthos and Aramis to play a game at tennis in atennis court situated near the stables of the Luxembourg. Athosinvited D'Artagnan to follow them; and although ignorant of thegame, which he had never played, he accepted, not knowing what todo with his time from nine o'clock in the morning, as it thenscarcely was, till twelve.
3.  Half past seven had sounded. The carriage had been twentyminutes behind the time appointed. D'Artagnan's friendsreminded him that he had a visit to pay, but at the sametime bade him observe that there was yet time to retract.But D'Artagnan was at the same time impetuous and curious.He had made up his mind that he would go to the Palais-Cardinal, and that he would learn what his Eminence had tosay to him. Nothing could turn him from his purpose.They reached the Rue St. Honore, and in the Place du Palais-Cardinal they found the twelve invited Musketeers, walkingabout in expectation of their comrades. There only theyexplained to them the matter in hand.
4.  "Well, now, your hand, young man. Perhaps we shall soon meet onthe field of battle; but in the meantime we shall part goodfriends, I hope."
5.   D'Artagnan placed his naked sword under his arm, allowed the dukeand Mme. Bonacieux to take twenty steps ahead, and then followedthem, ready to execute the instructions of the noble and elegantminister of Charles I.
6.  This affair made a great noise. M. de Treville scolded hisMusketeers in public, and congratulated them in private; but asno time was to be lost in gaining the king, M. de Trevillehastened to report himself at the Louvre. It was already toolate. The king was closeted with the cardinal, and M. deTreville was informed that the king was busy and could notreceive him at that moment. In the evening M. de Trevilleattended the king's gaming table. The king was winning; and ashe was very avaricious, he was in an excellent humor. PerceivingM. de Treville at a distance--


1.  "Then you have no religion at all; I like that best," repliedLord de Winter, laughing.
2.  "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!"
3.  "I do not jest," said Athos.
4、  "There!" said Planchet. "We are going again, it appears, to haveour hides pierced in all sorts of ways."
5、  "My God, that's all. I shall be about again in a few days.""Why did you not have yourself conveyed to Paris? You must becruelly bored here."




  • 谢宏宇 08-05

      "Withdraw, sir," said Buckingham, "or I will call my attendant, and haveyou placed in irons."

  • 胡德堡 08-05

      Satisfied with this discovery which confirmed all his suspicions, Athosreturned to the hotel, and found Planchet impatiently waiting for him.Everything was as Athos had foreseen.

  • 阮嘉欣 08-05

       In the Rue de Seine he met Planchet, who had stopped beforethe house of a pastry cook, and was contemplating withecstasy a cake of the most appetizing appearance.He ordered him to go and saddle two horses in M. deTreville's stables--one for himself, D'Artagnan, and one forPlanchet--and bring them to Athens's place. Once for all,Treville had placed his stable at D'Artagnan's service.Planchet proceeded toward the Rue du Colombier, andD'Artagnan toward the Rue Ferou. Athos was at home,emptying sadly a bottle of the famous Spanish wine he hadbrought back with him from his journey into Picardy. Hemade a sign for Grimaud to bring a glass for D'Artagnan, andGrimaud obeyed as usual.

  • 王力德 08-05

      "Yes, frankly and loyally," replied the cardinal, in thesame tone. "All this negotiation must be carried onopenly."

  • 西蒙·柯克雷尔 08-04

    {  "But," said he whom D'Artagnan thus provoked, "it appears to methat this place is badly chosen, and that we should be betterbehind the Abbey St. Germain or in the Pre-aux-Clercs.""What you say is full of sense," replied D'Artagnan; "butunfortunately I have very little time to spare, having anappointment at twelve precisely. On guard, then, monsieur, onguard!"

  • 洪亚非 08-03

      Lord de Winter rose, saluted her ironically, and went out.Milady breathed again. She had still four days before her. Fourdays would quite suffice to complete the seduction of Felton.A terrible idea, however, rushed into her mind. She thought thatLord de Winter would perhaps send Felton himself to get the ordersigned by the Duke of Buckingham. In that case Felton wouldescape her--for in order to secure success, the magic of acontinuous seduction was necessary. Nevertheless, as we havesaid, one circumstance reassured her. Felton had not spoken.As she would not appear to be agitated by the threats of Lord deWinter, she placed herself at the table and ate.}

  • 周桂梅 08-03

      D'Artagnan ran home immediately, and although it was threeo'clock in the morning and he had some of the worst quarters ofParis to traverse, he met with no misadventure. Everyone knowsthat drunkards and lovers have a protecting deity.He found the door of his passage open, sprang up the stairs andknocked softly in a manner agreed upon between him and hislackey. Planchet*, whom he had sent home two hours before fromthe Hotel de Ville, telling him to sit up for him, opened thedoor for him.

  • 王耀华 08-03

      "An enemy who has insulted me so cruelly that between himand me it is war to the death. May I reckon on you as anauxiliary?"

  • 布鲁斯·沙利文 08-02

       "Well you--the cardinal would have given you letters ofnobility."

  • 王菡子 07-31

    {  "Without reckoning that he dresses as nobody else can," saidPorthos. "I was at the Louvre on the day when he scattered hispearls; and, PARDIEU, I picked up two that I sold for tenpistoles each. Do you know him, Aramis?"

  • 安德森 07-31

      The first advantage had been gained by Buckingham. Arrivingunexpectedly in sight of the Isle of Re with ninety vesselsand nearly twenty thousand men, he had surprised the Comtede Toiras, who commanded for the king in the Isle, and hehad, after a bloody conflict, effected his landing.Allow us to observe in passing that in this fight perishedthe Baron de Chantal; that the Baron de Chantal left alittle orphan girl eighteen months old, and that this littlegirl was afterward Mme. de Sevigne.