The Three Musketeers ... Translated by W. Robson

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George Routledge & Company, 1853 - 423 pages
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Page 34 - Jussac was, as was then said, a fine blade, and had had much practice ; nevertheless, it required all his skill to defend himself against an adversary who, active and energetic, departed every instant from received rules, attacking him on all sides at once, and yet parrying like a man who had the greatest respect for his own epidermis. This contest at length exhausted Jussac's patience. Furious at being held in check by one whom he had considered a boy, he became warm, and began to make mistakes.
Page 178 - All crossed themselves. D'Artagnan thought it was proper to follow this example. " The Pope is the successor of Saint Peter, and represents the three divine powers ; the rest — ordines inferiores — of the ecclesiastical hierarchy bless in the name of the holy archangels and angels. The...

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