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1  You know that very well, as I gave my order to saddle my horse.
The Three Musketeers By Alexandre Dumas
Get Context   In 1 THE THREE PRESENTS OF D'ARTAGNAN THE ELDER
2  Mousqueton's horse rejoined them, and galloped by the side of his companions.
The Three Musketeers By Alexandre Dumas
Get Context   In 20 THE JOURNEY
3  He grew more pale every minute, and they were obliged to support him on his horse.
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4  Aramis, wounded as he was, seized the mane of his horse, which carried him on with the others.
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5  This time d'Artagnan was only in part mistaken; he himself was not in question, but his horse was.
The Three Musketeers By Alexandre Dumas
Get Context   In 1 THE THREE PRESENTS OF D'ARTAGNAN THE ELDER
6  I have nothing to give you, my son, but fifteen crowns, my horse, and the counsels you have just heard.
The Three Musketeers By Alexandre Dumas
Get Context   In 1 THE THREE PRESENTS OF D'ARTAGNAN THE ELDER
7  Each Musketeer was accustomed to leave at the general hotel, as at a barrack, his own horse and that of his lackey.
The Three Musketeers By Alexandre Dumas
Get Context   In 19 PLAN OF CAMPAIGN
8  "There are people who laugh at the horse that would not dare to laugh at the master," cried the young emulator of the furious Treville.
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Get Context   In 1 THE THREE PRESENTS OF D'ARTAGNAN THE ELDER
9  The laborers began to jeer the travelers and by their insolence disturbed the equanimity even of the cool Athos, who urged on his horse against one of them.
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Get Context   In 20 THE JOURNEY
10  Therefore Mousqueton alone fell from his horse, not because he was severely wounded, but not being able to see the wound, he judged it to be more serious than it really was.
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11  Porthos saw nothing in all this but a love meeting, given by a lady to a cavalier, or by a cavalier to a lady, which had been disturbed by the presence of d'Artagnan and his yellow horse.
The Three Musketeers By Alexandre Dumas
Get Context   In 8 CONCERNING A COURT INTRIGUE
12  The stranger looked at him again with a slight smile, and retiring from the window, came out of the hostelry with a slow step, and placed himself before the horse, within two paces of d'Artagnan.
The Three Musketeers By Alexandre Dumas
Get Context   In 1 THE THREE PRESENTS OF D'ARTAGNAN THE ELDER
13  My son," said the old Gascon gentleman, in that pure Bearn PATOIS of which Henry IV could never rid himself, "this horse was born in the house of your father about thirteen years ago, and has remained in it ever since, which ought to make you love it.
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14  "This horse is decidedly, or rather has been in his youth, a buttercup," resumed the stranger, continuing the remarks he had begun, and addressing himself to his auditors at the window, without paying the least attention to the exasperation of d'Artagnan, who, however, placed himself between him and them.
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Get Context   In 1 THE THREE PRESENTS OF D'ARTAGNAN THE ELDER
15  But there, as he was alighting from his horse at the gate of the Jolly Miller, without anyone--host, waiter, or hostler--coming to hold his stirrup or take his horse, d'Artagnan spied, though an open window on the ground floor, a gentleman, well-made and of good carriage, although of rather a stern countenance, talking with two persons who appeared to listen to him with respect.
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Get Context   In 1 THE THREE PRESENTS OF D'ARTAGNAN THE ELDER
16  He then drew two crowns majestically from his purse and gave them to the host, who accompanied him, cap in hand, to the gate, and remounted his yellow horse, which bore him without any further accident to the gate of St. Antoine at Paris, where his owner sold him for three crowns, which was a very good price, considering that d'Artagnan had ridden him hard during the last stage.
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Get Context   In 1 THE THREE PRESENTS OF D'ARTAGNAN THE ELDER
17  Unfortunately, the qualities of this horse were so well concealed under his strange-colored hide and his unaccountable gait, that at a time when everybody was a connoisseur in horseflesh, the appearance of the aforesaid pony at Meung--which place he had entered about a quarter of an hour before, by the gate of Beaugency--produced an unfavorable feeling, which extended to his rider.
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Get Context   In 1 THE THREE PRESENTS OF D'ARTAGNAN THE ELDER
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