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1  For our young man had a steed which was the observed of all observers.
The Three Musketeers By Alexandre Dumas
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2  de Treville was the man whose name was perhaps most frequently repeated by the military, and even by citizens.
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3  But, d'Artagnan was not of a character to allow a man to escape him thus who had the insolence to ridicule him.
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4  d'Artagnan was a man, and he would have considered it unworthy of a man to give way to his feelings; whereas Mme.
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5  We learn this from the memoirs of a man who was concerned in some few of these defeats and in many of these victories.
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6  But the stranger knew not the headstrong personage he had to do with; d'Artagnan was not the man ever to cry for quarter.
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7  Endowed with a rare genius for intrigue which rendered him the equal of the ablest intriguers, he remained an honest man.
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8  The latter rose from the front of the window, upon the sill of which he had leaned with his elbow, and knitted his brow like a man disquieted.
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9  Now, as a half-smile was sufficient to awaken the irascibility of the young man, the effect produced upon him by this vociferous mirth may be easily imagined.
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10  The host, fearful of consequences, with the help of his servants carried the wounded man into the kitchen, where some trifling attentions were bestowed upon him.
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11  But this deception would probably not have stopped our fiery young man if the host had not reflected that the reclamation which his guest made was perfectly just.
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12  Thus the dealer to whom d'Artagnan sold him for the nine livres did not conceal from the young man that he only gave that enormous sum for him on the account of the originality of his color.
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13  On leaving the paternal chamber, the young man found his mother, who was waiting for him with the famous recipe of which the counsels we have just repeated would necessitate frequent employment.
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14  He fixed his haughty eye upon the stranger, and perceived a man of from forty to forty-five years of age, with black and piercing eyes, pale complexion, a strongly marked nose, and a black and well-shaped mustache.
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15  In the meantime, the host, who entertained no doubt that it was the presence of the young man that drove the stranger from his hostelry, re-ascended to his wife's chamber, and found d'Artagnan just recovering his senses.
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16  "He is a coward, indeed," grumbled the host, drawing near to d'Artagnan, and endeavoring by this little flattery to make up matters with the young man, as the heron of the fable did with the snail he had despised the evening before.
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17  Too big for a youth, too small for a grown man, an experienced eye might have taken him for a farmer's son upon a journey had it not been for the long sword which, dangling from a leather baldric, hit against the calves of its owner as he walked, and against the rough side of his steed when he was on horseback.
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