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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1 "Oh, nothing which was not right in the character of a creditor.""Well?"
2. He was not the less intoxicated with joy, electrified bylove. He almost believed in the tenderness of Milady; healmost believed in the crime of De Wardes. If De Wardes hadat that moment been under his hand, he would have killedhim.
3. "The devil! You are right, Athos," said Aramis; "and it isa rather difficult matter. The chancellor himself would bepuzzled how to write such a letter, and yet the chancellordraws up an official report very readily. Never mind! Besilent, I will write."
4. "Yes, my Lord; but with the hope of soon becoming enemies.""Be satisfied; I promise you that."
5. "Athos, she is your wife, I tell you," repeated D'Artagnan;"only reflect how much the two descriptions resemble eachother."
6. In the meanwhile the promises of M. de Treville went onprosperously. One fine morning the king commanded M. deChevalier Dessessart to admit D'Artagnan as a cadet in hiscompany of Guards. D'Artagnan, with a sigh, donned his uniform,which he would have exchanged for that of a Musketeer at theexpense of ten years of his existence. But M. de Trevillepromised this favor after a novitiate of two years--a novitiatewhich might besides be abridged if an opportunity should presentitself for D'Artagnan to render the king any signal service, orto distinguish himself by some brilliant action. Upon thispromise D'Artagnan withdrew, and the next day he began service.Then it became the turn of Athos, Porthos, and Aramis to mountguard with D'Artagnan when he was on duty. The company of M. leChevalier Dessessart thus received four instead of one when itadmitted D'Artagnan.
1. At ten o'clock Milady began to appear restless. D'Artagnanknew what she wanted. She looked at the clock, rose,reseated herself, smiled at D'Artagnan with an air whichsaid, "You are very amiable, no doubt, but you would becharming if you would only depart."
2. One day when oppressed with a mortal weariness of mind, withouthope in the negotiations with the city; without news fromEngland, the cardinal went out, without any other aim than to beout of doors, and accompanied only by Cahusac and La Houdiniere,strolled along the beach. Mingling the immensity of his dreamswith the immensity of the ocean, he came, his horse going at afoot's pace, to a hill from the top of which he perceived behinda hedge, reclining on the sand and catching in its passage one ofthose rays of the sun so rare at this period of the year, sevenmen surrounded by empty bottles. Four of these men were ourMusketeers, preparing to listen to a letter one of them had justreceived. This letter was so important that it made them forsa