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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "And a magnificent one!" cried the host.
2.  "Lord de Winter."
3.  "Monsieur," said the cardinal, "if Milady de Winter has committed thecrimes you lay to her charge, she shall be punished.""She has been punished, monseigneur."
4.  "Oh, no, never," said Planchet, "I will never leave Monsieurd'Artagnan."
5.  "No, no! It is not true," said Milady, in a tone of voice sofirm, and with a countenance so unchanged, that ifD'Artagnan had not been in such perfect possession of thefact, he would have doubted.
6.  The cardinal, as his Majesty had said, was really furious, sofurious that during eight days he absented himself from theking's gaming table. This did not prevent the king from being ascomplacent to him as possible whenever he met him, or from askingin the kindest tone, "Well, Monsieur Cardinal, how fares it withthat poor Jussac and that poor Bernajoux of yours?"


1.  "My brother met some emissaries of the cardinal in the uniform ofMusketeers. You would have been summoned to the gate; you would havebelieved yourself about to meet friends; you would have been abducted,and conducted back to Paris."
2.  "Tell me, tell me, tell me, I say," repeated Milady, "how doyou know it?"
3.  "How could I know what I was the bearer of?"
4.  All at once the captain stopped, as if struck by a suddensuspicion. This great hatred which the young traveler manifestedso loudly for this man, who--a rather improbable thing--hadstolen his father's letter from him--was there not some perfidyconcealed under this hatred? Might not this young man be sent byhis Eminence? Might he not have come for the purpose of laying asnare for him? This pretended D'Artagnan--was he not an emissaryof the cardinal, whom the cardinal sought to introduce intoTreville's house, to place near him, to win his confidence, andafterward to ruin him as had been done in a thousand otherinstances? He fixed his eyes upon D'Artagnan even more earnestlythan before. He was moderately reassured however, by the aspectof that countenance, full of astute intelligence and affectedhumility. "I know he is a Gascon," reflected he, "but he may beone for the cardinal was well as for me. Let us try him.""My friend," said he, slowly, "I wish, as the son of an ancientfriend--for I consider this story of the lost letter perfectlytrue--I wish, I say, in order to repair the coldness you may haveremarked in my reception of you, to discover to you the secretsof our policy. The king and the cardinal are the best offriends; their apparent bickerings are only feints to deceivefools. I am not willing that a compatriot, a handsome cavalier,a brave youth, quite fit to make his way, should become the dupeof all these artifices and fall into the snare after the exampleof so many others who have been ruined by it. Be assured that Iam devoted to both these all-powerful masters, and that myearnest endeavors have no other aim than the service of the king,and also the cardinal--one of the most illustrious geniuses thatFrance has ever produced.
5.  "So much the better! Come, tell me his name!"
6.  However, as Porthos had first found an idea, and had thought ofit earnestly afterward, he was the first to act. He was a man ofexecution, this worthy Porthos. D'Artagnan perceived him one daywalking toward the church of St. Leu, and followed himinstinctively. He entered, after having twisted his mustache andelongated his imperial, which always announced on his part themost triumphant resolutions. As D'Artagnan took some precautionsto conceal himself, Porthos believed he had not been seen.D'Artagnan entered behind him. Porthos went and leaned againstthe side of a pillar. D'Artagnan, still unperceived, supportedhimself against the other side.


1.  "This is serious," answered the three friends; "it is a familyaffair. It is with valets as with wives, they must be placed atonce upon the footing in which you wish them to remain. Reflectupon it."
2.  "Even on the field of battle, I have never done that."Porthos shrugged his shoulders; Aramis by a movement of hislips endorsed Athos.
3.  "Will he believe that your Eminence is in a position toaccomplish the threat thus made?"
4.  "But what?"
5.   "Well, monsieur," said Planchet, who had observed his master growread and pale successively, "did I not guess truly? Is it notsome bad affair?"
6.  "And you receive silver from that man?"


1.  D'Artagnan profited by the circumstance to speak to M. deTreville of the letter with the great red seal and thecardinal's arms. It is well understood that he did notbreathe a word about the other.
2.  "And the next day, Bernajoux. Yes, sire, yes, it is the same; andyour Majesty has a good memory."
3.  "No; for I put it in execution that very minute.""And the consequence?" said D'Artagnan, in great anxiety."I threw, and I lost."
4、  "I will try to do so, monseigneur," replied the Gascon, witha noble confidence.
5、  "Bah, let us enjoy that pleasure," said Aramis, with hismild and careless manner.




  • 马维 08-03

      "Gentlemen, gentlemen," said D'Artagnan, "do not let us lose ourtime in jesting. Let us separate, and let us seek the mercer'swife--that is the key of the intrigue."

  • 柳钢 08-03

      "Hold, hold, hold!" said Athos, wit his quiet tone; "that throwof the dice is extraordinary. I have not seen such a one fourtimes in my life. Two aces!"

  • 张文钊 08-03

       "Ah!" said Bonacieux, "they took good care not to tell me that;and my wife, on her part, has sworn to me by all that's sacredthat she does not know. But you," continued M. Bonacieux, in atine of perfect good fellowship, "what has become of you allthese days? I have not seen you nor your friends, and I don'tthink you could gather all that dust that I saw Planchet brushoff your boots yesterday from the pavement of Paris.""You are right, my dear Monsieur Bonacieux, my friends and I havebeen on a little journey."

  • 权谏 08-03

      "Brave Athos!" murmured D'Artagnan, "and to think that we arecompelled to leave him; maybe the same fate awaits us two paceshence. Forward, Planchet, forward! You are a brave fellow.""As I told you, monsieur," replied Planchet, "Picards are foundout by being used. Besides, I am here in my own country, andthat excites me."

  • 房桥村 08-02

    {  The heart of the young man overflowed with joy. An opportunitypresented itself to him in which there would be at the same timeglory to be acquired, and money to be gained; and as a far higherencouragement, it brought him into close intimacy with a woman headored. This chance did, then, for him at once more than hewould have dared to ask of Providence.

  • 熊贯 08-01

      "I was within two paces of you, monsieur," replied theprocurator's wife; "but you did not perceive me because you hadno eyes but for the pretty lady to whom you just now gave theholy water."}

  • 王学元 08-01

      In this waiting room were five or six of the cardinalsGuards, who recognized D'Artagnan, and knowing that it washe who had wounded Jussac, they looked upon him with a smileof singular meaning.

  • 丹阜 08-01

      "Monseigneur, your Eminence is a hundred times too kind tome; and on the contrary, I think I have not proved myselfworthy of your goodness. The siege of La Rochelle is aboutto be resumed, monseigneur. I shall serve under the eye ofyour Eminence, and if I have the good fortune to conductmyself at the siege in such a manner as merits yourattention, then I shall at least leave behind me somebrilliant action to justify the protection with which youhonor me. Everything is best in its time, monseigneur.Hereafter, perhaps, I shall have the right of giving myself;at present I shall appear to sell myself."

  • 徐慧遂 07-31

       "Go on! go on!" said Felton; "you see plainly that I listen, andthat I am anxious to know the end."

  • 袁媛 07-29

    {  "What!" cried D'Artagnan.

  • 曹芦春 07-29

      Then the lamentations of the host and hostess pierced the vaultof the cellar. D'Artagnan himself was moved by them. Athos didnot even turn his head.