"Bah!" cried M. d'Artagnan, breaking into a laugh so loud that he angered all his auditors. "It is very plain that you have never seen Belle-Isle," said the most curious of the fishermen. "Do you know that there are six leagues of it, and that there are such trees on it as cannot be equaled even at Nantes-sur-le-Fosse?" "Trees in the sea!" cried D'Artagnan; "well, I should like to see them."