Conciergerie


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Con`cier`ge`rie´


n.1.The office or lodge of a concierge or janitor.
2.A celebrated prison, attached to the Palais de Justice in Paris.
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He has not received the notice yet, but I know that he will presently be summoned for to-morrow, and removed to the Conciergerie; I have timely information.
To whom did he appear to repeat her faltering words, when, raising his voice and turning his head towards the door of the room from which he had issued, he said: "Removed to the Conciergerie, and summoned for to-morrow?"
"Words and money," said Fouquet, "five hundred thousand livres to the governor of the conciergerie, that is sufficient, nevertheless, it shall be a million, if necessary."
The same evening Andrea was incarcerated in the Conciergerie.
But she combined this with the excess of Marie-Antoinette, who was imprisoned in the Conciergerie in Paris, where the collection was eventually shown.
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PARIS -- The Conciergerie Museum used to be a luxurious palace for French kings till the 14th century.
In the black prison of the Conciergerie the doomed of the day awaited their fate.
e market, which has been selling blooms since 1808, is a stone's throw from the Conciergerie, an ancient prison now part of the city's law courts, where Marie Antoinette was held before she was guillotined in 1793.