10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «VIDAME»
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Conflict of Loyalties, Politics and Religion in the Career ...
46 When the Vidame faced the conflict between the Queen's demand and the
probable refusal of the Huguenot leaders in Orleans, a compromise was
probably made, at Cecil's suggestion. The clause was included in the treaty text
but was ...
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Ferriere, Citadelle (Haiti) USE Citadelle Laferriere (Haiti) La Ferté-Vidame Castle
(La Ferté-Vidame, France) USE Chateau de la Ferté-Vidame (La Ferté~Vidame ...
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Novel: Language and Narrative Form Cervantes to Calvino
100) The Queen knows that the letter has been handed to the Dauphine; and
what the Vidame now requests of Nemours is that he should retrieve the letter
and confirm that he is the one who lost it. To add to the Vidame's anxiety, there is
The Gentleman's Magazine (London, England)
1 7 950 P' o erdh-gs in Parliament. — Vidame. — Mtjcellan. Remarks. 57$ 1 7 9 5
• 1 Farther Remit h on. or whether, if it were made by substituting other meant of
payment, the country would not he nearly equally impoverished ? He reminded ...
Prisoners of War in the Hundred Years War: Ransom Culture in ...
This was not the case, however, for Jean de Vendome, vidame de Chartres, the
payment ofwhose ransom gave rise to multiple crossings ofthe Channel in the
early 143os. He was in the hands ofWalter Hungerford on 11 July 1433 when the
The Broadview Anthology of Restoration and Early ...
VIDAME. Why are you so concerned? Does your wild love turn that way too? She
is too grave. 15 NEMOURS. Too grave? As if I could not laugh with this, and cryd
with that, and veer with every gust of passion. But has she seen it? VIDAME.
J. Douglas Canfield, Maja-Lisa von Sneidern, 2001
La princesse de Clèves: The Tension of Elegance
Particularly the longer passages, such as the Vidame's story, throw the novel's
composition out of balance. Such narrations bulk too large within the restricted
limits of the novel. The Vidame's monologue, for example, is much longer than
Barbara R. Woshinsky, 1973
The Vidame smiled,'An artistso excellent,' he said, 'deservesa far greater sacrifice
.' So itwas arranged. After a tender and solitary five minutes with Matilda, the
Vidame stepped, last, into the brougham. The coachman whipped up the horses,
The Selected Works of Andrew Lang
At seven, Matilda and the Vidame were evicted from their dusky window seat by
the butler with a damp telegraph envelope. The Vidame opened it, and handed it
to Matilda. His presence at Paris was instantly demanded. The Vidame was ...
A Spaniard in Elizabethan England: The Correspondence of ...
vice-admiral Sir Henry Palmer ordered captain Broadgate, in the absence of
captain Franklin, to escort the Vidame across the Channel. (Sir) Thomas Fane,
lieutenant of Dover Castle, informed Sir Robert Cecil on October 21st (N. S.) that