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  • A Nightly Patrol
  • Dead Animosities
  • Anne of Austria at the Age of Forty-six
  • The Gascon and the Italian
  • D'Artagnan in his Fortieth Year
  • Touches upon the Strange Effects a Half-pistole may have upon a Beadle and a Chorister
  • How D'Artagnan, on going to a Distance to discover Aramis, discovers his old Friend on Horseback behind his own Planchet
  • The Abbe D'Herblay
  • Monsieur Porthos du Vallon de Bracieux de Pierrefonds
  • How D'Artagnan, in discovering the Retreat of Porthos,perceives that Wealth does not necessarily produce Happiness
  • In which it is shown that if Porthos was discontented with his Condition, Musqueton was completely satisfied with his
  • Two Angelic Faces
  • The Castle of Bragelonne
  • Athos as a Diplomatist
  • The Duc de Beaufort
  • Describes how the Duc de Beaufort amused his Leisure Hours in the Donjon of Vincennes
  • Grimaud begins his Functions
  • In which the Contents of the Pates made by the Successor of Father Marteau are described
  • One of Marie Michon's Adventures
  • The Abbe Scarron
  • Saint Denis
  • One of the Forty Methods of Escape of the Duc de Beaufort
  • The timely Arrival of D'Artagnan in Paris
  • An Adventure on the High Road
  • The Rencontre
  • The four old Friends prepare to meet again
  • The Place Royale
  • The Ferry across the Oise
  • Skirmishing
  • The Monk
  • The Absolution
  • Grimaud Speaks
  • On the Eve of Battle
  • A Dinner in the Old Style
  • A Letter from Charles the First
  • Cromwell's Letter
  • Henrietta Maria and Mazarin
  • How, sometimes, the Unhappy mistake Chance for Providence
  • Uncle and Nephew
  • Paternal Affection
  • Another Queen in Want of Help
  • In which it is proved that first Impulses are oftentimes the best
  • Te Deum for the Victory of Lens
  • The Beggar of St. Eustache
  • The Tower of St. Jacques de la Boucherie
  • The Riot
  • The Riot becomes a Revolution
  • Misfortune refreshes the Memory
  • The Interview
  • The Flight
  • The Carriage of Monsieur le Coadjuteur
  • How D'Artagnan and Porthos earned by selling Straw, the one Two Hundred and Nineteen, and the other Two Hundred and Fifteen Louis d'or
  • In which we hear Tidings of Aramis
  • The Scotchman
  • The Avenger
  • Oliver Cromwell
  • Jesus Seigneur
  • In which it is shown that under the most trying Circumstances noble Natures never lose their Courage, nor good Stomachs their Appetites
  • Respect to Fallen Majesty
  • D'Artagnan hits on a Plan
  • London
  • The Trial
  • Whitehall
  • The Workmen
  • Remember!
  • The Man in the Mask
  • Cromwell's House
  • Conversational
  • The Skiff "Lightning."
  • Port Wine
  • End of the Port Wine Mystery
  • Fatality
  • How Musqueton, after being very nearly roasted, had a Narrow Escape of being eaten
  • The Return
  • The Ambassadors
  • The three Lieutenants of the Generalissimo
  • The Battle of Charenton
  • The Road to Picardy
  • The Gratitude of Anne of Austria
  • Cardinal Mazarin as King
  • Precaution's
  • Strength and Sagacity
  • Strength and Sagacity -- Continued
  • The Oubliettes of Cardinal Mazarin
  • Conferences
  • In which we begin to think that Porthos will be at last a Baron, and D'Artagnan a Captain
  • Shows how with Threat and Pen more is effected than by the Sword
  • In which it is shown that it is sometimes more difficult for Kings to return to the Capitals of their Kingdoms, than to make an Exit
  • Conclusion
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