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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  With a heavy heart, D'Artagnan again bent his way toward theferry. Sometimes he hoped it could not be Mme. Bonacieux, andthat he should find her next day at the Louvre; sometimes hefeared she had had an intrigue with another, who, in a jealousfit, had surprised her and carried her off. His mind was torn bydoubt, grief, and despair.
2.  "Yes. The cardinal, as it appears, pursues he and persecutes hermore than ever. He cannot pardon her the history of theSaraband. You know the history of the Saraband?""PARDIEU! Know it!" replied D'Artagnan, who knew nothing aboutit, but who wished to appear to know everything that was goingon.
3.  And the cardinal made him a sign with his hand, to whichBonacieux replied by bowing to the ground. He then went outbackward, and when he was in the antechamber the cardinal heardhim, in his enthusiasm, crying aloud, "Long life to theMonseigneur! Long life to his Eminence! Long life to the greatcardinal!" The cardinal listened with a smile to this vociferousmanifestation of the feelings of M. Bonacieux; and then, whenBonacieux's cries were no longer audible, "Good!" said he, "thatman would henceforward lay down his life for me." And thecardinal began to examine with the greatest attention the map ofLa Rochelle, which, as we have said, lay open on the desk,tracing with a pencil the line in which the famous dyke was topass which, eighteen months later, shut up the port of thebesieged city. As he was in the deepest of his strategicmeditations, the door opened, and Rochefort returned."Well?" said the cardinal, eagerly, rising with a promptitudewhich proved the degree of importance he attached to thecommission with which he had charged the count.
4.  "'You persist, then?'
5.  "Monsieur d'Artagnan promised me his assistance; but I soon foundout that he was betraying me."
6.  The cardinal being left alone, reflected for an instant and thenrang the bell a third time. The same officer appeared."Bring the prisoner in again," said the cardinal.M. Bonacieux was introduced afresh, and upon a sign from thecardinal, the officer retired.


1.  "What!" cried D'Artagnan, "is your first witness MonsieurPorthos?"
2.  "Whither should I go? Do you believe there is a spot on the earth whichthe cardinal cannot reach if he takes the trouble to stretch forth hishand? If I were a man, that would barely be possible; but what can awoman do? This young boarder of yours, has she tried to fly?""No, that is true; but she--that is another thing; I believe she isdetained in France by some love affair."
3.  But all at once, as if undergoing the influence of an unspoken thought,the countenance of the cardinal, till then gloomy, cleared up bydegrees, and recovered perfect serenity.
4.  "Afraid of being heard! Why, there is nothing improper in ourconversation, my dear Planchet, and no one could find fault withit."
5.  "Have you not said that that abduction was entirely political?""Yes; but that abduction had for its object the betrayal of mymistress, to draw from me by torture confessions that mightcompromise the honor, and perhaps the life, of my augustmistress."
6.  Aramis, after a journey into Lorraine, disappeared all at once, andceased to write to his friends; they learned at a later period throughMme. de Chevreuse, who told it to two or three of her intimates, that,yielding to his vocation, he had retired into a convent--only intowhich, nobody knew.


1.  "That person is here, madame," said the officer, leaving theentrance open, and drawing himself up in an attitude of respect.At the same time the door opened; a man appeared on thethreshold. He was without a hat, carried a sword, and flourisheda handkerchief in his hand.
2.  "Oh, a day and night soon pass away. Let us return to the objectthat brings me here."
3.  "Ah, yes, I see," said the cardinal; "we must be discreet withthis sort of letters; but nevertheless, we may show them to aconfessor, and you know I have taken orders."
4.  "The Marechale d'Ancre was no more than the Marechale d'Ancre. AFlorentine adventurer, sire, and that was all; while the augustspouse of your Majesty is Anne of Austria, Queen of France--thatis to say, one of the greatest princesses in the world.""She is not the less guilty, Monsieur Duke! The more she hasforgotten the high position in which she was placed, the moredegrading is her fall. Besides, I long ago determined to put anend to all these petty intrigues of policy and love. She hasnear her a certain Laporte."
5.   "In the month of July? The devil!" said Porthos. "Is the doctorafraid that you may be recognized?"
6.  "That makes in all?" said Athos.


1.  "He should have been--?"
2.  "Who has told me this fine story, monsieur? Who should it be buthe who watches while I sleep, who labors while I amuse myself,who conducts everything at home and abroad--in France as inEurope?"
3.  "That she is called so? Yes, madame. Do you know her?"Milady smiled to herself at the idea which had occurred to her that thismight be her old chambermaid. There was connected with the remembranceof this girl a remembrance of anger; and a desire of vengeancedisordered the features of Milady, which, however, immediately recoveredthe calm and benevolent expression which this woman of a hundred faceshad for a moment allowed them to lose.
4、  Without doubt the chancellor, Seguier looked about at that momentfor the rope of the famous bell; but not finding it he summonedhis resolution, and stretched forth his hands toward the placewhere the queen had acknowledged the paper was to be found.Anne of Austria took one step backward, became so pale that itmight be said she was dying, and leaning with her left hand upona table behind her to keep herself from falling, she with herright hand drew the paper from her bosom and held it out to thekeeper of the seals.
5、  "Bah! Be satisfied," said D'Artagnan, laughing, "Porthos willpay you with the money of the Duchess Coquenard.""Oh, monsieur, procurator's wife or duchess, if she will butloosen her pursestrings, it will be all the same; but shepositively answered that she was tired of the exigencies andinfidelities of Monsieur Porthos, and that she would not send hima denier."




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      Felton, in his rapid walk, reviewed in his mind all the accusationsagainst the favorite of James I and Charles I, furnished by two years ofpremature meditation and a long sojourn among the Puritans.When he compared the public crimes of this minister--startling crimes,European crimes, if so we may say--with the private and unknown crimeswith which Milady had charged him, Felton found that the more culpableof the two men which formed the character of Buckingham was the one ofwhom the public knew not the life. This was because his love, sostrange, so new, and so ardent, made him view the infamous and imaginaryaccusations of Milady de Winter as, through a magnifying glass, oneviews as frightful monsters atoms in reality imperceptible by the sideof an ant.

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      Treville said to himself: "If the cardinal has set this youngfox upon me, he will certainly not have failed--he, who knows howbitterly I execrate him--to tell his spy that the best means ofmaking his court to me is to rail at him. Therefore, in spite ofall my protestations, if it be as I suspect, my cunning gossipwill assure me that he holds his Eminence in horror."It, however, proved otherwise. D'Artagnan answered, with thegreatest simplicity: "I came to Paris with exactly suchintentions. My father advised me to stoop to nobody but theking, the cardinal, and yourself--whom he considered the firstthree personages in France."

  • 李倩 08-06

       "There is but one way."

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      Milady knew she might be watched, so she continued her prayers tothe end; and it appeared to her that the soldier who was on dutyat her door did not march with the same step, and seemed tolisten. For the moment she wished nothing better. She arose,came to the table, ate but little, and drank only water.An hour after, her table was cleared; but Milady remarked thatthis time Felton did not accompany the soldiers. He feared,then, to see her too often.}

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       "I bear that of your brother."

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      Milady was livid.