He leaned forward towards his counsel, Maitre Henri Robert, who, assisted by his chief secretary, Maitre Andre Hesse, was busily turning over the folios of his brief.
It was remarked that the jurors appeared to be deeply interested in a rapid conversation which the manager of the "Epoque" was having with Maitre Henri Robert.
has not received a regular education; perhaps her natural talents are not of the highest order: but I can assure you of the excellence of her intentions, and even of the amiability of her disposition.
Caught on the flank, by the Rue Saint- Pierre-aux-Boeufs, and in the rear through the Rue du Parvis, driven to bay against Notre-Dame, which they still assailed and Quasimodo defended, at the same time besiegers and besieged, they were in the singular situation in which Comte Henri
Harcourt, Taurinum obsessor idem et obsessus , as his epitaph says, found himself later on, at the famous siege of Turin, in 1640, between Prince Thomas of Savoy, whom he was besieging, and the Marquis de Leganez, who was blockading him.
They were all willing to leave the Bourbons in tranquil possession of the throne of France; for it was too plainly established that Henri
I expected to have a guide named Henri
de Montmorency, or Armand de la Chartreuse, or something that would sound grand in letters to the villagers at home, but to think of a Frenchman by the name of Billfinger!
If the Chief could find little to say to Monsieur Guillot of Lille, he will, I am sure, be very interested in a short conversation with Monsieur Henri
If you are, let's make it up and go and lunch at Henri
I will go there, where I expect to find letters, and you go to the first tavern in the town, to L'Epee du Grand Henri
for instance, refresh yourselves, and in two hours be upon the jetty; our boat is waiting for us there."
Fournaye, occupying a small villa in the Rue Austerlitz, was reported to the authorities by her servants as being insane.
I put up at the Cross of Gold,-- kept then by Monsieur Henri
Barronneau--sixty-five at least, and in a failing state of health.
-- Baron Trenck, nor Casanova, nor Benvenuto Chel- leeny, nor Henri
IV., nor none of them heroes?