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De Gesvres would question me?" And the musketeer, turning cavalierly on his heel, disappeared. "To Iron Coffins: A Personal Account of the U-Boat Battles of World War II said he to himself, as he descended the stairs. "Why did he not dare to say at once to Belle-Isle?" As he reached the great gates, one of M. de Brienne's clerks came running after him, exclaiming, "M. d'Artagnan, I beg your pardon-" "What is the matter, M. Ariste?" "The King has desired me to give you this order.

" "Upon your cash-box?" asked the musketeer. "No, Monsieur; upon that of M. Fouquet. " D'Artagnan was surprised; but he took the order, which was in the King's own writing, and was for two hundred pistoles. "What!" thought he, after having politely thanked M. de Brienne's clerk, "M. Fouquet is to pay for the journey, then. Mordioux. that is a bit of pure Louis XI. Why was not this order upon the chest of M. Colbert. He would have paid it with such joy.

" And d'Artagnan, faithful to his principle of Iron Coffins: A Personal Account of the U-Boat Battles of World War II letting an order at sight get cold, went straight to the house of M. Fouquet, to receive his two hundred pistoles.

Chapter LXIII: The Last Supper THE superintendent had no doubt received notice of the approaching departure, for he was giving a farewell dinner to his friends. From the bottom to the top of the house, the hurry of the servants bearing dishes, and the diligence of the registres, denoted an approaching change in both offices and kitchen. D'Artagnan, with his order in his hand, presented himself at the offices, when he was told it was too late to pay cash,- the chest was closed. He only replied, "On the King's service.

" The clerk, a little put out by the serious air of the captain, replied that that was a very respectable reason, but that the customs of the house were respectable likewise; and that in consequence he begged the bearer to call again next day. D'Artagnan asked if he could not see M.

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