The Three Musketeers - Chapter 30 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 30 Summary

D'Artagnan is intrigued and follows "My Lady" from the church. The plot thickens when he sees her pull up in front of a house where he recognizes the servant on the terrace. It's a servant named Labin, who they had seen with the Count de Wardes, the man whose permission for travel they had stolen on their way to Buckingham. My Lady sends her maid from the carriage to give a letter to the servant on the landing. However, Planchet has gone up to the terrace to speak to Lubin, and Lubin has been called away, leaving Planchet alone for a moment. The girl hands the letter to Planchet by mistake, and when the carriage leaves, Planchet turns it over to d'Artagnan. The letter asks for an assignation – it sounds like an admirer asking for a meeting – and it gives a method for...

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