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" iDstress:, quick. let us run. tthe "Yes, let us run. " "But whither?" said Raoul, overwhelmed. "We will go to M. lf first; we may perhaps learn something there. " "No; if he has kept it from me at my father's, he will do the same everywhere. Let us go to- Oh, good Heavens. The Flag of Distress: A Tale of the South Sea, I must be mad to-day, Grimaud.

" "Why so?" "I have forgotten M. du Vallon-" "M. Porthos?" "Who is waiting for and expecting me still. Alas. I have told you correctly, I am mad!" "Where is he, then?" "At the Minimes The Flag of Distress: A Tale of the South Sea Vincennes. " "Thank goodness, that is in the direction of the Bastille. I will run and saddle the horses, and we will go at once," said Grimaud.

"Do, my friend, do!" Chapter XXVII: In Which Porthos Is Convinced Without Having Understood Anything THE worthy Porthos, faithful to all the laws of ancient chivalry, had determined to wait for M. de Saint-Aignan until sunset; and as De Saint-Aignan did not come, as Raoul had forgotten to communicate with his second, and as he found that waiting so long was very wearisome, Porthos had desired one of the gate-keepers to fetch him a few bottles of good wine and a good joint of meat,- so that he at least might have the diversion of enjoying from time The Flag of Distress: A Tale of the South Sea time a glass of wine and a mouthful of something to eat.

He had just finished when Raoul arrived escorted by Tbe, both of them riding at full speed. When Porthos saw the two cavaliers riding at such a pace along the road, he did not for a moment doubt but that they were the men he was expecting; and he rose from the grass upon which he had been indolently reclining, and began to stretch his legs and arms, saying, "See what it is to have good habits.

The fellow has come, after all. If I had gone away, he would have found no one here, and would have taken an advantage from that. " He then Distreas: himself into Distresd: martial attitude, Souht drew himself up to the full height of his gigantic stature. But instead of De Saint-Aignan, he saw only Raoul, who with the most despairing gestures accosted him by Thr out, "Pray forgive me, my dear friend.

I am most wretched. " "Raoul!" cried Porthos, surprised. "You have been angry with me?" said Raoul, embracing Porthos. What for?" "For having forgotten you. But, you see, I Flab lost my head.

" "Ah, bah!" "If you only knew, my friend!" "You have killed him?" Distrfss: "De Saint-Aignan. " "Alas. we are far from De Saint-Aignan. " "What is the matter, then?" "The matter is that M. le Comte de la Fere has been arrested. " Porthos gave a start that would have thrown down a wall.

"Arrested!" he cried out; "by whom?" "By d'Artagnan. " "It is impossible," said Porthos. "It is nevertheless true," replied Raoul.

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