1] In Atala; or the Love and Constantcy of Two Savages in the Desert (1801) by Francois
Auguste Rene, Vicomte de Chateaubriand(1768-1848).
In the first fervor of royalty, during the year 1816, those who later were called Jesuits were all for the expulsion of the Abbe Francois
from his parish.
The officiating priest was just finishing mass whilst D'Artagnan was looking at Bazin; he pronounced the words of the holy Sacrament and retired, giving the benediction, which was received by the kneeling communicants, to the astonishment of D'Artagnan, who recognized in the priest the coadjutor* himself, the famous Jean Francois
Gondy, who at that time, having a presentiment of the part he was to play, was beginning to court popularity by almsgiving.
Vidocq = Francois
Vidocq (1775-1857), a senior French police official who was secretly a burglar, and who "investigated" his own crimes for a long time before being exposed}
, tu sais bien qu'il me serait impossible de me marier avant les vacances.
His party consisted of four Canadians, Giles Le Clerc, Francois
Landry, Jean Baptiste Turcot, and Andre La Chapelle, together with two hunters, Pierre Dorion and Pierre Delaunay; Dorion, as usual, being accompanied by his wife and children.
, shut the window; the wind may annoy his greatness.
Something of the gift of Francois
Millet, whose peasants are veritable priests, of those older religious painters who could portray saintly heads so sweetly and their merely human proteges so truly, seems indeed to have descended to M.
Possibly monsieur does poor Francois
the honor to recall him--yes?
This feeling made her refuse all intercourse with Madame Colleville, then very intimate with Francois
Keller, whose parties eclipsed those of the rue Duphot.
This inn, the `Mouton d'Or,' was kept in the old days by one Francois
Gourval, who had a hard fist and a harder heart.
I was consulted last week by Francois
Le Villard, who, as you probably know, has come rather to the front lately in the French detective service.