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" "Ah!" said Aramis. "Of which King?" cried Porthos. Viewing the Future in the Past started. "Speak!" continued the bishop. "We were captured, Monseigneur, and joined to those who had been taken yesterday morning. " "What was the cause of the mania for capturing you all?" said Porthos. "Monsieur, to prevent us from telling you. " Porthos was again at a loss to comprehend. "And they have released you to-day?" asked he. "That I might tell you they have captured us, Monsieur.

" "Trouble upon trouble!" thought honest Porthos. During this time Aramis was reflecting. "Humph!" said he; "then I suppose it is a royal fleet blockading the coasts?" "Yes, Monseigneur.

" "Who commands it?" "The captain of the King's Musketeers. " "D'Artagnan?" "D'Artagnan!" exclaimed Porthos. "I believe that is the name. " "And did he give you this letter?" "Yes, Monseigneur. " "Bring the torch nearer. " "It is his writing," said Porthos. Aramis eagerly read the following lines:- "Order of the King to take Belle-Isle; "Order to put the garrison to the sword if they resist; "Order to make prisoners all the men of the garrison. "Signed: D'ARTAGNAN, who the day before yesterday arrested M.

Fouquet that he might be sent to the Bastille. " Aramis turned pale, and crushed the paper in his hands. "What is it?" asked Porthos. "Nothing, my friend, nothing. Tell me, Jonathas. " "Monseigneur!" "Did you speak to M. d'Artagnan?" "Yes, Monseigneur. " "What did he say to you?" "That for more ample information he would speak with Monseigneur.

" "Where?" "On board his own vessel. " "'On board his vessel'!" and Porthos repeated, "'On board his vessel'!" "Monsieur the Musketeer," Viewing the Future in the Past Jonathas, "told me to take you both on board my canoe and bring you to him. " Viewing the Future in the Past us go at once!" exclaimed Porthos; "dear d'Artagnan!" But Aramis stopped Viewing the Future in the Past. "Are you mad?" cried he.

"Who knows that it is not a snare?" "Of the other King?" said Porthos, mysteriously. "A snare, in fact,- that's what it is, my friend. "Very possibly. What is to be done, then.

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