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- It appears that they had formerly been Saracens, which was why they believed in Jupiter, and claimed ten livres of Tournay from all archbishops, bishops, and mitred abbots with croziers.1.6.3 — Vol 1 Bk 6 Chpt 3 — History of a Leavened Cake of Maize (44% in)
- Then arrived, two by two, with a gravity which made a contrast in the midst of the frisky ecclesiastical escort of Charles de Bourbon, the eight and forty ambassadors of Maximilian of Austria, having at their head the reverend Father in God, Jehan, Abbot of Saint-Bertin, Chancellor of the Golden Fleece, and Jacques de Goy, Sieur Dauby, Grand Bailiff of Ghent.1.1.3 — Vol 1 Bk 1 Chpt 3 — Monsieur the Cardinal (84% in)
- ...that hideous Montfaucon, the barrier des Sergents, the Place aux Chats, the Porte Saint-Denis, Champeaux, the Porte Baudets, the Porte Saint Jacques, without reckoning the innumerable ladders of the provosts, the bishop of the chapters, of the abbots, of the priors, who had the decree of life and death,—without reckoning the judicial drownings in the river Seine; it is consoling to-day, after having lost successively all the pieces of its armor, its luxury of torment, its penalty of...1.2.2 — Vol 1 Bk 2 Chpt 2 — The Place de Greve (85% in)
- Close beside it one descried the quadrilateral enclosure of the fair of SaintGermain, where the market is situated to-day; then the abbot's pillory, a pretty little round tower, well capped with a leaden cone; the brickyard was further on, and the Rue du Four, which led to the common bakehouse, and the mill on its hillock, and the lazar house, a tiny house, isolated and half seen.1.3.2 — Vol 1 Bk 3 Chpt 2 — A Bird's-Eye View of Paris (45% in)
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