Twenty Years After by Alexandre Dumas Chapter 77 Page 15

At this Athos and Aramis could not help exchanging not only a look but a smile; and had they not known it for a fact, this would have told them that De Chatillon and De Flamarens had been there.

“My lord,” said Athos, “we are satisfied; we came here only to express our loyalty and to say that we are at your lordship’s service and his most faithful servants.”

“My most faithful friends, gentlemen, my most faithful friends; you have proved it.

And if ever I am reconciled with the court I shall prove to you, I hope, that I remain your friend, as well as that of — what the devil are their names — D’Artagnan and Porthos?”

“D’Artagnan and Porthos.”