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The Forty-Five Guardsmen

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  • THE WORKS OF ALEXANDRE DUMAS
    • THE FORTY-FIVE GUARDSMEN
      • A SEQUEL TO "CHICOT, THE JESTER"
        • Copiously Illustrated with elegant Pen and Ink and Wood Engravings, specially drawn for this edition by eminent French and American Artists
      • Copiously Illustrated with elegant Pen and Ink and Wood Engravings, specially drawn for this edition by eminent French and American Artists
      • CONTENTS
        • CHAPTER I.—The Porte St. Antoine CHAPTER II.—What passed outside the Porte St. Antoine CHAPTER III.—The Examination CHAPTER IV.—His Majesty Henri the Third CHAPTER V.—The Execution CHAPTER VI.—The Brothers CHAPTER VII.—"The Sword of the Brave Chevalier" CHAPTER VIII.—The Gascon CHAPTER IX.—M. de Loignac CHAPTER X.—The Purchase of Cuirasses CHAPTER XI.—Still the League CHAPTER XII.—The Chamber of his Majesty Henri III. CHAPTER XIII.—The Dormitory CHAPTER XIV.—The Shade of Chicot CHAPTER XV.—The Difficulty of finding a good Ambassador CHAPTER XVI.—The Serenade CHAPTER XVII.—Chicot's Purse CHAPTER XVIII.—The Priory of the Jacobins CHAPTER XIX.—The two Friends CHAPTER XX.—The Breakfast CHAPTER XXI.—Brother Borromée CHAPTER XXII.—The Lesson CHAPTER XXIII.—The Penitent CHAPTER XXIV.—The Ambush CHAPTER XXV.—The Guises CHAPTER XXVI.—The Louvre CHAPTER XXVII.—The Revelation CHAPTER XXVIII.—Two Friends CHAPTER XXIX.—St. Maline CHAPTER XXX.—De Loignac's Interview with the Forty-Five CHAPTER XXXI.—The Bourgeois of Paris CHAPTER XXXII.—Brother Borromée CHAPTER XXXIII.—Chicot, Latinist CHAPTER XXXIV.—The four Winds CHAPTER XXXV.—How Chicot continued his Journey, and what happened to him CHAPTER XXXVI.—The third Day of the Journey CHAPTER XXXVII.—Ernanton de Carmainges CHAPTER XXXVIII.—The Stable-Yard CHAPTER XXXIX.—The Seven Sins of Magdalen CHAPTER XL.—Bel-Esbat CHAPTER XLI.—The Letter of M. de Mayenne CHAPTER XLII.—How Dom Gorenflot blessed the King as he passed before the Priory of the Jacobins CHAPTER XLIII.—How Chicot blessed King Louis II. for having invented Posting, and resolved to profit by it CHAPTER XLIV.—How the King of Navarre guesses that "Turennius" means Turenne, and"Margota" Margot CHAPTER XLV.—The Avenue three thousand Feet long CHAPTER XLVI.—Marguerite's Room CHAPTER XLVII.—The Explanation CHAPTER XLVIII.—The Spanish Ambassador CHAPTER XLIX.—The Poor of Henri of Navarre CHAPTER L.—The true Mistress of the King of Navarre CHAPTER LI.—Chicot's Astonishment at finding himself so popular in Nerac CHAPTER LII.—How they hunted the Wolf in Navarre CHAPTER LIII.—How Henri of Navarre behaved in Battle CHAPTER LIV.—What was passing at the Louvre about the Time Chicot entered Nerac CHAPTER LV.—Red Plume and White Plume CHAPTER LVI.—The Door opens CHAPTER LVII.—How a great Lady loved in the Year 1586 CHAPTER LVIII.—How St. Maline entered into the Turret and what followed CHAPTER LIX.—What was passing in the mysterious House CHAPTER LX.—The Laboratory CHAPTER LXI.—What Monsieur Francois, Duc d'Anjou, Duc de Brabant and Comte de Flanders, was doing in Flanders CHAPTER LXII.—Preparations for Battle CHAPTER LXIII.—Monseigneur CHAPTER LXIV.—Monseigneur CHAPTER LXV.—French and Flemings CHAPTER LXVI.—The Travelers CHAPTER LXVII.—Explanation CHAPTER LXVIII.—The Water CHAPTER LXIX.—Flight CHAPTER LXX.—Transfiguration CHAPTER LXXI.—The two Brothers CHAPTER LXXII.—The Expedition CHAPTER LXXIII.—Paul-Emile CHAPTER LXXIV.—One of the Souvenirs of the Duc d'Anjou CHAPTER LXXV.—How Aurilly executed the Commission of the Duc d'Anjou CHAPTER LXXVI.—The Journey CHAPTER LXXVII.—How King Henri III. did not invite Grillon to Breakfast, and how Chicot invited himself CHAPTER LXXVIII.—How, after receiving News from the South, Henri received News from the North CHAPTER LXXIX.—The two Companions CHAPTER LXXX.—The Corne d'Abondance CHAPTER LXXXI.—What happened in the little Room CHAPTER LXXXII.—The Husband and the Lover CHAPTER LXXXIII.—Showing how Chicot began to understand the Purport of Monsieur de Guise's Letter CHAPTER LXXXIV.—Le Cardinal de Joyeuse CHAPTER LXXXV.—News from Aurilly CHAPTER LXXXVI.—Doubt CHAPTER LXXXVII.—Certainty CHAPTER LXXXVIII.—Fatality CHAPTER LXXXIX.—Les Hospitalières CHAPTER XC.—His Highness Monseigneur le Duc de Guise POSTSCRIPT.
      • CHAPTER I.—The Porte St. Antoine CHAPTER II.—What passed outside the Porte St. Antoine CHAPTER III.—The Examination CHAPTER IV.—His Majesty Henri the Third CHAPTER V.—The Execution CHAPTER VI.—The Brothers CHAPTER VII.—"The Sword of the Brave Chevalier" CHAPTER VIII.—The Gascon CHAPTER IX.—M. de Loignac CHAPTER X.—The Purchase of Cuirasses CHAPTER XI.—Still the League CHAPTER XII.—The Chamber of his Majesty Henri III. CHAPTER XIII.—The Dormitory CHAPTER XIV.—The Shade of Chicot CHAPTER XV.—The Difficulty of finding a good Ambassador CHAPTER XVI.—The Serenade CHAPTER XVII.—Chicot's Purse CHAPTER XVIII.—The Priory of the Jacobins CHAPTER XIX.—The two Friends CHAPTER XX.—The Breakfast CHAPTER XXI.—Brother Borromée CHAPTER XXII.—The Lesson CHAPTER XXIII.—The Penitent CHAPTER XXIV.—The Ambush CHAPTER XXV.—The Guises CHAPTER XXVI.—The Louvre CHAPTER XXVII.—The Revelation CHAPTER XXVIII.—Two Friends CHAPTER XXIX.—St. Maline CHAPTER XXX.—De Loignac's Interview with the Forty-Five CHAPTER XXXI.—The Bourgeois of Paris CHAPTER XXXII.—Brother Borromée CHAPTER XXXIII.—Chicot, Latinist CHAPTER XXXIV.—The four Winds CHAPTER XXXV.—How Chicot continued his Journey, and what happened to him CHAPTER XXXVI.—The third Day of the Journey CHAPTER XXXVII.—Ernanton de Carmainges CHAPTER XXXVIII.—The Stable-Yard CHAPTER XXXIX.—The Seven Sins of Magdalen CHAPTER XL.—Bel-Esbat CHAPTER XLI.—The Letter of M. de Mayenne CHAPTER XLII.—How Dom Gorenflot blessed the King as he passed before the Priory of the Jacobins CHAPTER XLIII.—How Chicot blessed King Louis II. for having invented Posting, and resolved to profit by it CHAPTER XLIV.—How the King of Navarre guesses that "Turennius" means Turenne, and"Margota" Margot CHAPTER XLV.—The Avenue three thousand Feet long CHAPTER XLVI.—Marguerite's Room CHAPTER XLVII.—The Explanation CHAPTER XLVIII.—The Spanish Ambassador CHAPTER XLIX.—The Poor of Henri of Navarre CHAPTER L.—The true Mistress of the King of Navarre CHAPTER LI.—Chicot's Astonishment at finding himself so popular in Nerac CHAPTER LII.—How they hunted the Wolf in Navarre CHAPTER LIII.—How Henri of Navarre behaved in Battle CHAPTER LIV.—What was passing at the Louvre about the Time Chicot entered Nerac CHAPTER LV.—Red Plume and White Plume CHAPTER LVI.—The Door opens CHAPTER LVII.—How a great Lady loved in the Year 1586 CHAPTER LVIII.—How St. Maline entered into the Turret and what followed CHAPTER LIX.—What was passing in the mysterious House CHAPTER LX.—The Laboratory CHAPTER LXI.—What Monsieur Francois, Duc d'Anjou, Duc de Brabant and Comte de Flanders, was doing in Flanders CHAPTER LXII.—Preparations for Battle CHAPTER LXIII.—Monseigneur CHAPTER LXIV.—Monseigneur CHAPTER LXV.—French and Flemings CHAPTER LXVI.—The Travelers CHAPTER LXVII.—Explanation CHAPTER LXVIII.—The Water CHAPTER LXIX.—Flight CHAPTER LXX.—Transfiguration CHAPTER LXXI.—The two Brothers CHAPTER LXXII.—The Expedition CHAPTER LXXIII.—Paul-Emile CHAPTER LXXIV.—One of the Souvenirs of the Duc d'Anjou CHAPTER LXXV.—How Aurilly executed the Commission of the Duc d'Anjou CHAPTER LXXVI.—The Journey CHAPTER LXXVII.—How King Henri III. did not invite Grillon to Breakfast, and how Chicot invited himself CHAPTER LXXVIII.—How, after receiving News from the South, Henri received News from the North CHAPTER LXXIX.—The two Companions CHAPTER LXXX.—The Corne d'Abondance CHAPTER LXXXI.—What happened in the little Room CHAPTER LXXXII.—The Husband and the Lover CHAPTER LXXXIII.—Showing how Chicot began to understand the Purport of Monsieur de Guise's Letter CHAPTER LXXXIV.—Le Cardinal de Joyeuse CHAPTER LXXXV.—News from Aurilly CHAPTER LXXXVI.—Doubt CHAPTER LXXXVII.—Certainty CHAPTER LXXXVIII.—Fatality CHAPTER LXXXIX.—Les Hospitalières CHAPTER XC.—His Highness Monseigneur le Duc de Guise POSTSCRIPT.
    • A SEQUEL TO "CHICOT, THE JESTER"
      • Copiously Illustrated with elegant Pen and Ink and Wood Engravings, specially drawn for this edition by eminent French and American Artists
    • Copiously Illustrated with elegant Pen and Ink and Wood Engravings, specially drawn for this edition by eminent French and American Artists
    • CONTENTS
      • CHAPTER I.—The Porte St. Antoine CHAPTER II.—What passed outside the Porte St. Antoine CHAPTER III.—The Examination CHAPTER IV.—His Majesty Henri the Third CHAPTER V.—The Execution CHAPTER VI.—The Brothers CHAPTER VII.—"The Sword of the Brave Chevalier" CHAPTER VIII.—The Gascon CHAPTER IX.—M. de Loignac CHAPTER X.—The Purchase of Cuirasses CHAPTER XI.—Still the League CHAPTER XII.—The Chamber of his Majesty Henri III. CHAPTER XIII.—The Dormitory CHAPTER XIV.—The Shade of Chicot CHAPTER XV.—The Difficulty of finding a good Ambassador CHAPTER XVI.—The Serenade CHAPTER XVII.—Chicot's Purse CHAPTER XVIII.—The Priory of the Jacobins CHAPTER XIX.—The two Friends CHAPTER XX.—The Breakfast CHAPTER XXI.—Brother Borromée CHAPTER XXII.—The Lesson CHAPTER XXIII.—The Penitent CHAPTER XXIV.—The Ambush CHAPTER XXV.—The Guises CHAPTER XXVI.—The Louvre CHAPTER XXVII.—The Revelation CHAPTER XXVIII.—Two Friends CHAPTER XXIX.—St. Maline CHAPTER XXX.—De Loignac's Interview with the Forty-Five CHAPTER XXXI.—The Bourgeois of Paris CHAPTER XXXII.—Brother Borromée CHAPTER XXXIII.—Chicot, Latinist CHAPTER XXXIV.—The four Winds CHAPTER XXXV.—How Chicot continued his Journey, and what happened to him CHAPTER XXXVI.—The third Day of the Journey CHAPTER XXXVII.—Ernanton de Carmainges CHAPTER XXXVIII.—The Stable-Yard CHAPTER XXXIX.—The Seven Sins of Magdalen CHAPTER XL.—Bel-Esbat CHAPTER XLI.—The Letter of M. de Mayenne CHAPTER XLII.—How Dom Gorenflot blessed the King as he passed before the Priory of the Jacobins CHAPTER XLIII.—How Chicot blessed King Louis II. for having invented Posting, and resolved to profit by it CHAPTER XLIV.—How the King of Navarre guesses that "Turennius" means Turenne, and"Margota" Margot CHAPTER XLV.—The Avenue three thousand Feet long CHAPTER XLVI.—Marguerite's Room CHAPTER XLVII.—The Explanation CHAPTER XLVIII.—The Spanish Ambassador CHAPTER XLIX.—The Poor of Henri of Navarre CHAPTER L.—The true Mistress of the King of Navarre CHAPTER LI.—Chicot's Astonishment at finding himself so popular in Nerac CHAPTER LII.—How they hunted the Wolf in Navarre CHAPTER LIII.—How Henri of Navarre behaved in Battle CHAPTER LIV.—What was passing at the Louvre about the Time Chicot entered Nerac CHAPTER LV.—Red Plume and White Plume CHAPTER LVI.—The Door opens CHAPTER LVII.—How a great Lady loved in the Year 1586 CHAPTER LVIII.—How St. Maline entered into the Turret and what followed CHAPTER LIX.—What was passing in the mysterious House CHAPTER LX.—The Laboratory CHAPTER LXI.—What Monsieur Francois, Duc d'Anjou, Duc de Brabant and Comte de Flanders, was doing in Flanders CHAPTER LXII.—Preparations for Battle CHAPTER LXIII.—Monseigneur CHAPTER LXIV.—Monseigneur CHAPTER LXV.—French and Flemings CHAPTER LXVI.—The Travelers CHAPTER LXVII.—Explanation CHAPTER LXVIII.—The Water CHAPTER LXIX.—Flight CHAPTER LXX.—Transfiguration CHAPTER LXXI.—The two Brothers CHAPTER LXXII.—The Expedition CHAPTER LXXIII.—Paul-Emile CHAPTER LXXIV.—One of the Souvenirs of the Duc d'Anjou CHAPTER LXXV.—How Aurilly executed the Commission of the Duc d'Anjou CHAPTER LXXVI.—The Journey CHAPTER LXXVII.—How King Henri III. did not invite Grillon to Breakfast, and how Chicot invited himself CHAPTER LXXVIII.—How, after receiving News from the South, Henri received News from the North CHAPTER LXXIX.—The two Companions CHAPTER LXXX.—The Corne d'Abondance CHAPTER LXXXI.—What happened in the little Room CHAPTER LXXXII.—The Husband and the Lover CHAPTER LXXXIII.—Showing how Chicot began to understand the Purport of Monsieur de Guise's Letter CHAPTER LXXXIV.—Le Cardinal de Joyeuse CHAPTER LXXXV.—News from Aurilly CHAPTER LXXXVI.—Doubt CHAPTER LXXXVII.—Certainty CHAPTER LXXXVIII.—Fatality CHAPTER LXXXIX.—Les Hospitalières CHAPTER XC.—His Highness Monseigneur le Duc de Guise POSTSCRIPT.
    • CHAPTER I.—The Porte St. Antoine CHAPTER II.—What passed outside the Porte St. Antoine CHAPTER III.—The Examination CHAPTER IV.—His Majesty Henri the Third CHAPTER V.—The Execution CHAPTER VI.—The Brothers CHAPTER VII.—"The Sword of the Brave Chevalier" CHAPTER VIII.—The Gascon CHAPTER IX.—M. de Loignac CHAPTER X.—The Purchase of Cuirasses CHAPTER XI.—Still the League CHAPTER XII.—The Chamber of his Majesty Henri III. CHAPTER XIII.—The Dormitory CHAPTER XIV.—The Shade of Chicot CHAPTER XV.—The Difficulty of finding a good Ambassador CHAPTER XVI.—The Serenade CHAPTER XVII.—Chicot's Purse CHAPTER XVIII.—The Priory of the Jacobins CHAPTER XIX.—The two Friends CHAPTER XX.—The Breakfast CHAPTER XXI.—Brother Borromée CHAPTER XXII.—The Lesson CHAPTER XXIII.—The Penitent CHAPTER XXIV.—The Ambush CHAPTER XXV.—The Guises CHAPTER XXVI.—The Louvre CHAPTER XXVII.—The Revelation CHAPTER XXVIII.—Two Friends CHAPTER XXIX.—St. Maline CHAPTER XXX.—De Loignac's Interview with the Forty-Five CHAPTER XXXI.—The Bourgeois of Paris CHAPTER XXXII.—Brother Borromée CHAPTER XXXIII.—Chicot, Latinist CHAPTER XXXIV.—The four Winds CHAPTER XXXV.—How Chicot continued his Journey, and what happened to him CHAPTER XXXVI.—The third Day of the Journey CHAPTER XXXVII.—Ernanton de Carmainges CHAPTER XXXVIII.—The Stable-Yard CHAPTER XXXIX.—The Seven Sins of Magdalen CHAPTER XL.—Bel-Esbat CHAPTER XLI.—The Letter of M. de Mayenne CHAPTER XLII.—How Dom Gorenflot blessed the King as he passed before the Priory of the Jacobins CHAPTER XLIII.—How Chicot blessed King Louis II. for having invented Posting, and resolved to profit by it CHAPTER XLIV.—How the King of Navarre guesses that "Turennius" means Turenne, and"Margota" Margot CHAPTER XLV.—The Avenue three thousand Feet long CHAPTER XLVI.—Marguerite's Room CHAPTER XLVII.—The Explanation CHAPTER XLVIII.—The Spanish Ambassador CHAPTER XLIX.—The Poor of Henri of Navarre CHAPTER L.—The true Mistress of the King of Navarre CHAPTER LI.—Chicot's Astonishment at finding himself so popular in Nerac CHAPTER LII.—How they hunted the Wolf in Navarre CHAPTER LIII.—How Henri of Navarre behaved in Battle CHAPTER LIV.—What was passing at the Louvre about the Time Chicot entered Nerac CHAPTER LV.—Red Plume and White Plume CHAPTER LVI.—The Door opens CHAPTER LVII.—How a great Lady loved in the Year 1586 CHAPTER LVIII.—How St. Maline entered into the Turret and what followed CHAPTER LIX.—What was passing in the mysterious House CHAPTER LX.—The Laboratory CHAPTER LXI.—What Monsieur Francois, Duc d'Anjou, Duc de Brabant and Comte de Flanders, was doing in Flanders CHAPTER LXII.—Preparations for Battle CHAPTER LXIII.—Monseigneur CHAPTER LXIV.—Monseigneur CHAPTER LXV.—French and Flemings CHAPTER LXVI.—The Travelers CHAPTER LXVII.—Explanation CHAPTER LXVIII.—The Water CHAPTER LXIX.—Flight CHAPTER LXX.—Transfiguration CHAPTER LXXI.—The two Brothers CHAPTER LXXII.—The Expedition CHAPTER LXXIII.—Paul-Emile CHAPTER LXXIV.—One of the Souvenirs of the Duc d'Anjou CHAPTER LXXV.—How Aurilly executed the Commission of the Duc d'Anjou CHAPTER LXXVI.—The Journey CHAPTER LXXVII.—How King Henri III. did not invite Grillon to Breakfast, and how Chicot invited himself CHAPTER LXXVIII.—How, after receiving News from the South, Henri received News from the North CHAPTER LXXIX.—The two Companions CHAPTER LXXX.—The Corne d'Abondance CHAPTER LXXXI.—What happened in the little Room CHAPTER LXXXII.—The Husband and the Lover CHAPTER LXXXIII.—Showing how Chicot began to understand the Purport of Monsieur de Guise's Letter CHAPTER LXXXIV.—Le Cardinal de Joyeuse CHAPTER LXXXV.—News from Aurilly CHAPTER LXXXVI.—Doubt CHAPTER LXXXVII.—Certainty CHAPTER LXXXVIII.—Fatality CHAPTER LXXXIX.—Les Hospitalières CHAPTER XC.—His Highness Monseigneur le Duc de Guise POSTSCRIPT.
    • LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS.
      • 1.—Frontispiece.—Briquet at the window. 2.—"His face pleases me, and he has white hands and a well-kept beard." 3.—Chicot, on rising, found himself face to face with a soldier. 4.—"An ax!" cried Henri, and with a vigorous arm he struck down wood and iron. 5.—"I said you were a traitor, and as a traitor you shall die." 6.—The prince was cold, stiff, and perfectly inanimate.
    • 1.—Frontispiece.—Briquet at the window. 2.—"His face pleases me, and he has white hands and a well-kept beard." 3.—Chicot, on rising, found himself face to face with a soldier. 4.—"An ax!" cried Henri, and with a vigorous arm he struck down wood and iron. 5.—"I said you were a traitor, and as a traitor you shall die." 6.—The prince was cold, stiff, and perfectly inanimate.
  • THE FORTY-FIVE GUARDSMEN
    • CHAPTER I.
      • THE PORTE ST. ANTOINE.
    • THE PORTE ST. ANTOINE.
    • CHAPTER II.
      • WHAT PASSED OUTSIDE THE PORTE ST. ANTOINE.
    • WHAT PASSED OUTSIDE THE PORTE ST. ANTOINE.
    • CHAPTER III.
      • THE EXAMINATION.
    • THE EXAMINATION.
    • CHAPTER IV.
      • HIS MAJESTY HENRI THE THIRD.
    • HIS MAJESTY HENRI THE THIRD.
    • CHAPTER V.
      • THE EXECUTION.
    • THE EXECUTION.
    • CHAPTER VI.
      • THE BROTHERS.
    • THE BROTHERS.
    • CHAPTER VII.
      • "THE SWORD OF THE BRAVE CHEVALIER."
    • "THE SWORD OF THE BRAVE CHEVALIER."
    • CHAPTER VIII.
      • THE GASCON.
    • THE GASCON.
    • CHAPTER IX.
      • M. DE LOIGNAC.
    • M. DE LOIGNAC.
    • CHAPTER X.
      • THE PURCHASE OF CUIRASSES.
    • THE PURCHASE OF CUIRASSES.
    • CHAPTER XI
      • STILL THE LEAGUE.
    • STILL THE LEAGUE.
    • CHAPTER XII.
      • THE CHAMBER OF HIS MAJESTY HENRI III.
    • THE CHAMBER OF HIS MAJESTY HENRI III.
    • CHAPTER XIII.
      • THE DORMITORY.
    • THE DORMITORY.
    • CHAPTER XIV.
      • THE SHADE OF CHICOT.
    • THE SHADE OF CHICOT.
    • CHAPTER XV.
      • THE DIFFICULTY OF FINDING A GOOD AMBASSADOR.
    • THE DIFFICULTY OF FINDING A GOOD AMBASSADOR.
    • CHAPTER XVI.
      • THE SERENADE.
    • THE SERENADE.
    • CHAPTER XVII.
      • CHICOT'S PURSE.
    • CHICOT'S PURSE.
    • CHAPTER XVIII.
      • THE PRIORY OF THE JACOBINS.
    • THE PRIORY OF THE JACOBINS.
    • CHAPTER XIX.
      • THE TWO FRIENDS.
    • THE TWO FRIENDS.
    • CHAPTER XX.
      • THE BREAKFAST.
    • THE BREAKFAST.
    • CHAPTER XXI.
      • BROTHER BORROMÉE.
    • BROTHER BORROMÉE.
    • CHAPTER XXII.
      • THE LESSON.
    • THE LESSON.
    • CHAPTER XXIII.
      • THE PENITENT.
    • THE PENITENT.
    • CHAPTER XXIV.
      • THE AMBUSH.
    • THE AMBUSH.
    • CHAPTER XXV.
      • THE GUISES.
    • THE GUISES.
    • CHAPTER XXVI.
      • THE LOUVRE.
    • THE LOUVRE.
    • CHAPTER XXVII.
      • THE REVELATION.
    • THE REVELATION.
    • CHAPTER XXVIII.
      • TWO FRIENDS.
    • TWO FRIENDS.
    • CHAPTER XXIX.
      • ST. MALINE.
    • ST. MALINE.
    • CHAPTER XXX.
      • DE LOIGNAC'S INTERVIEW WITH THE FORTY-FIVE.
    • DE LOIGNAC'S INTERVIEW WITH THE FORTY-FIVE.
    • CHAPTER XXXI.
      • THE BOURGEOIS OF PARIS.
    • THE BOURGEOIS OF PARIS.
    • CHAPTER XXXII.
      • BROTHER BORROMÉE.
    • BROTHER BORROMÉE.
    • CHAPTER XXXIII.
      • CHICOT, LATINIST.
    • CHICOT, LATINIST.
    • CHAPTER XXXIV.
      • THE FOUR WINDS.
    • THE FOUR WINDS.
    • CHAPTER XXXV.
      • HOW CHICOT CONTINUED HIS JOURNEY, AND WHAT HAPPENED TO HIM.
    • HOW CHICOT CONTINUED HIS JOURNEY, AND WHAT HAPPENED TO HIM.
    • CHAPTER XXXVI.
      • THE THIRD DAY OF THE JOURNEY.
    • THE THIRD DAY OF THE JOURNEY.
    • CHAPTER XXXVII.
      • ERNANTON DE CARMAINGES.
    • ERNANTON DE CARMAINGES.
    • CHAPTER XXXVIII.
      • THE STABLE-YARD.
    • THE STABLE-YARD.
    • CHAPTER XXXIX.
      • THE SEVEN SINS OF MAGDALENE.
    • THE SEVEN SINS OF MAGDALENE.
    • CHAPTER XL.
      • BEL-ESBAT.
    • BEL-ESBAT.
    • CHAPTER XLI.
      • THE LETTER OF M. DE MAYENNE.
    • THE LETTER OF M. DE MAYENNE.
    • CHAPTER XLII.
      • HOW DOM GORENFLOT BLESSED THE KING AS HE PASSED BEFORE THE PRIORY OF THE JACOBINS.
    • HOW DOM GORENFLOT BLESSED THE KING AS HE PASSED BEFORE THE PRIORY OF THE JACOBINS.
    • CHAPTER XLIII.
      • HOW CHICOT BLESSED KING LOUIS II. FOR HAVING INVENTED POSTING, AND RESOLVED TO PROFIT BY IT.
    • HOW CHICOT BLESSED KING LOUIS II. FOR HAVING INVENTED POSTING, AND RESOLVED TO PROFIT BY IT.
    • CHAPTER XLIV.
      • HOW THE KING OF NAVARRE GUESSES THAT "TURENNIUS" MEANS TURENNE, AND "MARGOTA" MARGOT.
    • HOW THE KING OF NAVARRE GUESSES THAT "TURENNIUS" MEANS TURENNE, AND "MARGOTA" MARGOT.
    • CHAPTER XLV.
      • THE AVENUE THREE THOUSAND FEET LONG.
    • THE AVENUE THREE THOUSAND FEET LONG.
    • CHAPTER XLVI.
      • MARGUERITE'S ROOM.
    • MARGUERITE'S ROOM.
    • CHAPTER XLVII.
      • THE EXPLANATION.
    • THE EXPLANATION.
    • CHAPTER XLVIII.
      • THE SPANISH AMBASSADOR.
    • THE SPANISH AMBASSADOR.
    • CHAPTER XLIX.
      • THE POOR OF HENRI OF NAVARRE.
    • THE POOR OF HENRI OF NAVARRE.
    • CHAPTER L.
      • THE TRUE MISTRESS OF THE KING OF NAVARRE.
    • THE TRUE MISTRESS OF THE KING OF NAVARRE.
    • CHAPTER LI.
      • CHICOT'S ASTONISHMENT AT FINDING HIMSELF SO POPULAR IN NERAC.
    • CHICOT'S ASTONISHMENT AT FINDING HIMSELF SO POPULAR IN NERAC.
    • CHAPTER LII.
      • HOW THEY HUNTED THE WOLF IN NAVARRE.
    • HOW THEY HUNTED THE WOLF IN NAVARRE.
    • CHAPTER LIII.
      • HOW HENRI OF NAVARRE BEHAVED IN BATTLE.
    • HOW HENRI OF NAVARRE BEHAVED IN BATTLE.
    • CHAPTER LIV.
      • WHAT WAS PASSING AT THE LOUVRE ABOUT THE TIME CHICOT ENTERED NÉRAC.
    • WHAT WAS PASSING AT THE LOUVRE ABOUT THE TIME CHICOT ENTERED NÉRAC.
    • CHAPTER LV.
      • RED PLUME AND WHITE PLUME.
    • RED PLUME AND WHITE PLUME.
    • CHAPTER LVI.
      • THE DOOR OPENS.
    • THE DOOR OPENS.
    • CHAPTER LVII.
      • HOW A GREAT LADY LOVED IN THE YEAR 1586.
    • HOW A GREAT LADY LOVED IN THE YEAR 1586.
    • CHAPTER LVIII.
      • HOW ST. MALINE ENTERED INTO THE TURRET, AND WHAT FOLLOWED.
    • HOW ST. MALINE ENTERED INTO THE TURRET, AND WHAT FOLLOWED.
    • CHAPTER LIX.
      • WHAT WAS PASSING IN THE MYSTERIOUS HOUSE.
    • WHAT WAS PASSING IN THE MYSTERIOUS HOUSE.
    • CHAPTER LX.
      • THE LABORATORY.
    • THE LABORATORY.
    • CHAPTER LXI.
      • WHAT MONSEIGNEUR FRANCOIS, DUC D'ANJOU, DUC DE BRABANT AND COMTE DE FLANDERS, WAS DOING IN FLANDERS.
    • WHAT MONSEIGNEUR FRANCOIS, DUC D'ANJOU, DUC DE BRABANT AND COMTE DE FLANDERS, WAS DOING IN FLANDERS.
    • CHAPTER LXII.
      • PREPARATIONS FOR BATTLE.
    • PREPARATIONS FOR BATTLE.
    • CHAPTER LXIII.
      • MONSEIGNEUR.
    • MONSEIGNEUR.
    • CHAPTER LXIV.
      • MONSEIGNEUR.
    • MONSEIGNEUR.
    • CHAPTER LXV.
      • FRENCH AND FLEMINGS.
    • FRENCH AND FLEMINGS.
    • CHAPTER LXVI.
      • THE TRAVELERS.
    • THE TRAVELERS.
    • CHAPTER LXVII.
      • EXPLANATION.
    • EXPLANATION.
    • CHAPTER LXVIII.
      • THE WATER.
    • THE WATER.
    • CHAPTER LXIX.
      • FLIGHT.
    • FLIGHT.
    • CHAPTER LXX.
      • TRANSFIGURATION.
    • TRANSFIGURATION.
    • CHAPTER LXXI.
      • THE TWO BROTHERS.
    • THE TWO BROTHERS.
    • CHAPTER LXXII.
      • THE EXPEDITION.
    • THE EXPEDITION.
    • CHAPTER LXXIII.
      • PAUL-EMILE.
    • PAUL-EMILE.
    • CHAPTER LXXIV.
      • ONE OF THE SOUVENIRS OF THE DUC D'ANJOU.
    • ONE OF THE SOUVENIRS OF THE DUC D'ANJOU.
    • CHAPTER LXXV.
      • HOW AURILLY EXECUTED THE COMMISSION OF THE DUC D'ANJOU.
    • HOW AURILLY EXECUTED THE COMMISSION OF THE DUC D'ANJOU.
    • CHAPTER LXXVI.
      • THE JOURNEY.
    • THE JOURNEY.
    • CHAPTER LXXVII.
      • HOW KING HENRI III. DID NOT INVITE CRILLON TO BREAKFAST, AND HOW CHICOT INVITED HIMSELF.
    • HOW KING HENRI III. DID NOT INVITE CRILLON TO BREAKFAST, AND HOW CHICOT INVITED HIMSELF.
    • CHAPTER LXXVIII.
      • HOW, AFTER RECEIVING NEWS FROM THE SOUTH, HENRI RECEIVED NEWS FROM THE NORTH.
    • HOW, AFTER RECEIVING NEWS FROM THE SOUTH, HENRI RECEIVED NEWS FROM THE NORTH.
    • CHAPTER LXXIX.
      • THE TWO COMPANIONS.
    • THE TWO COMPANIONS.
    • CHAPTER LXXX.
      • THE CORNE D'ABONDANCE.
    • THE CORNE D'ABONDANCE.
    • CHAPTER LXXXI.
      • WHAT HAPPENED IN THE LITTLE ROOM.
    • WHAT HAPPENED IN THE LITTLE ROOM.
    • CHAPTER LXXXII.
      • THE HUSBAND AND THE LOVER.
    • THE HUSBAND AND THE LOVER.
    • CHAPTER LXXXIII.
      • SHOWING HOW CHICOT BEGAN TO UNDERSTAND THE PURPORT OF MONSIEUR DE GUISE'S LETTER.
    • SHOWING HOW CHICOT BEGAN TO UNDERSTAND THE PURPORT OF MONSIEUR DE GUISE'S LETTER.
    • CHAPTER LXXXIV.
      • LE CARDINAL DE JOYEUSE.
    • LE CARDINAL DE JOYEUSE.
    • CHAPTER LXXXV.
      • NEWS FROM AURILLY.
    • NEWS FROM AURILLY.
    • CHAPTER LXXXVI.
      • DOUBT.
    • DOUBT.
    • CHAPTER LXXXVII.
      • CERTAINTY.
    • CERTAINTY.
    • CHAPTER LXXXVIII.
      • FATALITY.
    • FATALITY.
    • CHAPTER LXXXIX.
      • LES HOSPITALIERES.
    • LES HOSPITALIERES.
    • CHAPTER XC.
      • HIS HIGHNESS MONSEIGNEUR LE DUC DE GUISE.
    • HIS HIGHNESS MONSEIGNEUR LE DUC DE GUISE.
    • POSTSCRIPT.
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