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" These words were as much as to say, "My dear d'Artagnan, pray go to bed, since you have a bed to lie down on, and let me do the same. " D'Artagnan did not seem to understand. "Are you going to bed already?" he said to the superintendent. "Yes: have you anything to say to me?" "Nothing, Monsieur; nothing at all.

You sleep in this room, then?" "Yes; as you see. " "Monsieur, you have given a most charming fete to the King. " "Do you think so?" "Oh, beautiful!" "Is the King pleased?" "Enchanted!" "Did he desire you to say as much to me?" "He would not choose so unworthy a messenger, Monseigneur. " "You do not do yourself justice, M.

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