The Three Musketeers - Chapter 60 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 60 Summary

King Louis gets a bit tired of the siege, decides to take a break by going to the fetes in Saint-Germain, and takes an escort of twenty Musketeers. Since M. de Treville knows d'Artagnan and his friends are anxious to go to Paris to see to the safety of Madame Bonancieux, he makes sure they are included among the escort. Once at Paris, the escort is given four days' leave of absence, and almost immediately, d'Artagnan sees the man of Meung in the street. He is unable to catch up to him, but retrieves a paper that has fallen out of the man's hat. In Lady de Winter's handwriting is written the name of a town: Armentières. They don't know what this means, but as they can do nothing at the moment, they leave at a gallop for Bethune.

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