The Three Musketeers, The Utility of Stovepipes - Alexandre Dumas

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Porthos and Aramis resumed their places by the stovepipe. As to Athos, he went out without any mystery. He carefully examined the priming of his pistols, drew his sword, and took the road to the camp. As Athos had foreseen, it was not long before the cardinal came down. He opened the door of the room in which the Musketeers were, and found Porthos playing an earnest game at dice with Aramis. He cast a rapid glance round the room, and perceived that one of his men was missing.

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