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Monsieur
used in The Hunchback of Notre Dame

152 uses
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Definition
French equivalent to the English Mr.

or:

French equivalent to saying sir in English (a polite way to address a male)
  • I see that you agree with Monsieur de Boucicaut.
    2.10.5 — Vol 2 Bk 10 Chpt 5 — The Retreat in which.... (75% in)
Monsieur = Mr. (in French)
  • It was neither an assault by the Picards nor the Burgundians, nor a hunt led along in procession, nor a revolt of scholars in the town of Laas, nor an entry of "our much dread lord, monsieur the king," nor even a pretty hanging of male and female thieves by the courts of Paris.
    1.1.1 — Vol 1 Bk 1 Chpt 1 — The Grand Hall (2% in)
  • Before founding a mass for Monsieur Saint John, the king should have inquired whether Monsieur Saint John likes Latin droned out in a Provencal accent.
    1.1.1 — Vol 1 Bk 1 Chpt 1 — The Grand Hall (56% in)
  • Before founding a mass for Monsieur Saint John, the king should have inquired whether Monsieur Saint John likes Latin droned out in a Provencal accent.
    1.1.1 — Vol 1 Bk 1 Chpt 1 — The Grand Hall (56% in)
  • Good day, monsieur le recteur!
    1.1.1 — Vol 1 Bk 1 Chpt 1 — The Grand Hall (72% in)
  • Holà hé! good day, monsieur le recteur Thibaut!
    1.1.1 — Vol 1 Bk 1 Chpt 1 — The Grand Hall (73% in)
  • You are going to seek a lodging in the Rue Thibautodé, are you not, monsieur le recteur, gamester on the side of the devil?
    1.1.1 — Vol 1 Bk 1 Chpt 1 — The Grand Hall (75% in)
  • "Messieurs the bourgeois," said he, "and mesdemoiselles the ~bourgeoises~, we shall have the honor of declaiming and representing, before his eminence, monsieur the cardinal, a very beautiful morality which has for its title, 'The Good Judgment of Madame the Virgin Mary.'
    1.1.1 — Vol 1 Bk 1 Chpt 1 — The Grand Hall (94% in)
  • "Messieurs the bourgeois," said he, "and mesdemoiselles the ~bourgeoises~, we shall have the honor of declaiming and representing, before his eminence, monsieur the cardinal, a very beautiful morality which has for its title, 'The Good Judgment of Madame the Virgin Mary.'
    1.1.1 — Vol 1 Bk 1 Chpt 1 — The Grand Hall (95% in)
  • His eminence is, at this moment, escorting the very honorable embassy of the Duke of Austria; which is detained, at present, listening to the harangue of monsieur the rector of the university, at the gate Baudets.
    1.1.1 — Vol 1 Bk 1 Chpt 1 — The Grand Hall (96% in)
  • ...and the huge red beard, each of which covered one-half of his face,—had it not been for the roll of gilded cardboard, spangled, and all bristling with strips of tinsel, which he held in his hand, and in which the eyes of the initiated easily recognized thunderbolts,—had not his feet been flesh-colored, and banded with ribbons in Greek fashion, he might have borne comparison, so far as the severity of his mien was concerned, with a Breton archer from the guard of Monsieur de Berry.
    1.1.1 — Vol 1 Bk 1 Chpt 1 — The Grand Hall (**% in)
  • Satisfy the populace; I undertake to appease the bailiff, who will appease monsieur the cardinal.
    1.1.2 — Vol 1 Bk 1 Chpt 2 — Pierre Gringoire (13% in)
  • "Then it is not the same one," said Gisquette, "that was given two years ago, on the day of the entrance of monsieur the legate, and where three handsome maids played the parts—"
    1.1.2 — Vol 1 Bk 1 Chpt 2 — Pierre Gringoire (28% in)
  • Here the young gossips, growing warm at the memory of the entrance of monsieur the legate, both began to talk at once.
    1.1.2 — Vol 1 Bk 1 Chpt 2 — Pierre Gringoire (36% in)
  • "Monsieur," said the young girl, "are they going to continue?"
    1.1.2 — Vol 1 Bk 1 Chpt 2 — Pierre Gringoire (83% in)
  • It is true that the mystery was to last from noon until four o'clock, in accordance with the orders of monsieur the provost, and that it was necessary to say something.
    1.1.2 — Vol 1 Bk 1 Chpt 2 — Pierre Gringoire (97% in)
  • All at once, in the very middle of a quarrel between Mademoiselle Merchandise and Madame Nobility, at the moment when Monsieur Labor was giving utterance to this wonderful line,— In forest ne'er was seen a more triumphant beast; the door of the reserved gallery which had hitherto remained so inopportunely closed, opened still more inopportunely; and the ringing voice of the usher announced abruptly, "His eminence, Monseigneur the Cardinal de Bourbon."
    1.1.2 — Vol 1 Bk 1 Chpt 2 — Pierre Gringoire (98% in)
  • MONSIEUR THE CARDINAL.
    1.1.3 — Vol 1 Bk 1 Chpt 3 — Monsieur the Cardinal (0% in)
  • It is not that Pierre Gringoire either feared or disdained monsieur the cardinal.
    1.1.3 — Vol 1 Bk 1 Chpt 3 — Monsieur the Cardinal (5% in)
  • ...it certainly was their spirit which animated Father du Breul, when he wrote, in the sixteenth, these naively sublime words, worthy of all centuries: "I am a Parisian by nation, and a Parrhisian in language, for ~parrhisia~ in Greek signifies liberty of speech; of which I have made use even towards messeigneurs the cardinals, uncle and brother to Monsieur the Prince de Conty, always with respect to their greatness, and without offending any one of their suite, which is much to say."
    1.1.3 — Vol 1 Bk 1 Chpt 3 — Monsieur the Cardinal (13% in)
  • "The much honored embassy of Monsieur the Duke of Austria," brought the cardinal none of these cares, but it troubled him in another direction.
    1.1.3 — Vol 1 Bk 1 Chpt 3 — Monsieur the Cardinal (76% in)
  • So he turned toward the door, and with the best grace in the world (so well had he trained himself to it), when the usher announced, in a sonorous voice, "Messieurs the Envoys of Monsieur the Duke of Austria."
    1.1.3 — Vol 1 Bk 1 Chpt 3 — Monsieur the Cardinal (81% in)
  • So he turned toward the door, and with the best grace in the world (so well had he trained himself to it), when the usher announced, in a sonorous voice, "Messieurs the Envoys of Monsieur the Duke of Austria."
    1.1.3 — Vol 1 Bk 1 Chpt 3 — Monsieur the Cardinal (81% in)
  • Monsieur the Archduke has more than once sought his ~gant~* in my hose.
    1.1.4 — Vol 1 Bk 1 Chpt 4 — Master Jacques Coppenole (10% in)
  • This hosier was an equal, who had just held his own before monsieur the cardinal.
    1.1.4 — Vol 1 Bk 1 Chpt 4 — Master Jacques Coppenole (14% in)
  • He bent towards his neighbor, the Abbé of Saint Geneviéve, and said to him in a low tone,—"Fine ambassadors monsieur the archduke sends here, to announce to us Madame Marguerite!"
    1.1.4 — Vol 1 Bk 1 Chpt 4 — Master Jacques Coppenole (35% in)
  • "Monsieur," he said, turning towards one of his neighbors, a fine, big man, with a patient face, "suppose we begin again."
    1.1.4 — Vol 1 Bk 1 Chpt 4 — Master Jacques Coppenole (53% in)
  • "Monsieur Bailiff of the Courts," said he to a tall, black man, placed a few paces from him, "are those knaves in a holy-water vessel, that they make such a hellish noise?"
    1.1.4 — Vol 1 Bk 1 Chpt 4 — Master Jacques Coppenole (58% in)
  • Jupiter, whose thunder could be heard rumbling in the dressing-room, supported her claim, and Venus was on the point of carrying it off,—that is to say, without allegory, of marrying monsieur the dauphin, when a young child clad in white damask, and holding in her hand a daisy (a transparent personification of Mademoiselle Marguerite of Flanders) came to contest it with Venus.
    1.1.4 — Vol 1 Bk 1 Chpt 4 — Master Jacques Coppenole (77% in)
  • "Messieurs the bourgeois and squires of Paris, I don't know, cross of God! what we are doing here.
    1.1.4 — Vol 1 Bk 1 Chpt 4 — Master Jacques Coppenole (89% in)
  • What say you, Messieurs les bourgeois?
    1.1.4 — Vol 1 Bk 1 Chpt 4 — Master Jacques Coppenole (96% in)
  • "Monsieur," said Gringoire, "I thank you!"
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  • "Monsieur," replied the big man with a yawn, "for what?"
    1.1.5 — Vol 1 Bk 1 Chpt 5 — Quasimodo (45% in)
  • "Monsieur, you are the only representive of the muses here," said Gringoire.
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  • This is the fragment of conversation which he caught,— "You know, Master Cheneteau, the Hôtel de Navarre, which belonged to Monsieur de Nemours?"
    1.1.6 — Vol 1 Bk 1 Chpt 6 — Esmeralda (40% in)
  • After the brilliant failure of his first theatrical venture, he dared not return to the lodging which he occupied in the Rue Grenier-sur-l'Eau, opposite to the Port-au-Foin, having depended upon receiving from monsieur the provost for his epithalamium, the wherewithal to pay Master Guillaume Doulx-Sire, farmer of the taxes on cloven-footed animals in Paris, the rent which he owed him, that is to say, twelve sols parisian; twelve times the value of all that he possessed in the world,...
    1.2.1 — Vol 1 Bk 2 Chpt 1 — From Charybdis to Scylla (12% in)
  • To the house at the head of the bridge there had been affixed three small banners, representing the king, the dauphin, and Marguerite of Flanders, and six little pennons on which were portrayed the Duke of Austria, the Cardinal de Bourbon, M. de Beaujeu, and Madame Jeanne de France, and Monsieur the Bastard of Bourbon, and I know not whom else; all being illuminated with torches.
    1.2.1 — Vol 1 Bk 2 Chpt 1 — From Charybdis to Scylla (48% in)
  • Then breaking silence first, she said to him, making her sweet voice still sweeter than usual,— "What is your name, monsieur le gendarme?"
    1.2.4 — Vol 1 Bk 2 Chpt 4 — The Inconveniences of Following.... (93% in)
  • I am a vagabond, a thief, a sharper, a man of the knife, anything you please; and I am all that already, monsieur, King of Thunes, for I am a philosopher; ~et omnia in philosophia, omnes in philosopho continentur~,—all things are contained in philosophy, all men in the philosopher, as you know.
    1.2.6 — Vol 1 Bk 2 Chpt 6 — The Broken Jug (66% in)
  • At length Monsieur Clopin calmed down.
    1.2.6 — Vol 1 Bk 2 Chpt 6 — The Broken Jug (69% in)
  • "To think that Monsieur of Reims sent this enormity to Monsieur of Paris," added la Gaultière, clasping her hands.
    1.4.1 — Vol 1 Bk 4 Chpt 1 — Good Souls (38% in)
  • "To think that Monsieur of Reims sent this enormity to Monsieur of Paris," added la Gaultière, clasping her hands.
    1.4.1 — Vol 1 Bk 4 Chpt 1 — Good Souls (39% in)
  • "Monsieur le protonotare," asked Gauchère, "what do you prognosticate of this pretended foundling?"
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  • When the first surprise was over, Jehanne de la Tarme bent down to the ear of la Gaultière,— "I told you so, sister,—that young clerk, Monsieur Claude Frollo, is a sorcerer."
    1.4.1 — Vol 1 Bk 4 Chpt 1 — Good Souls (99% in)
  • He was a priest, austere, grave, morose; one charged with souls; monsieur the archdeacon of Josas, the bishop's second acolyte, having charge of the two deaneries of Montlhéry, and Châteaufort, and one hundred and seventy-four country curacies.
    1.4.5 — Vol 1 Bk 4 Chpt 5 — More about Claude Frollo (3% in)
  • Archdeacon Claude had the credit also of having fathomed the mystery of the colossus of Saint Christopher, and of that lofty, enigmatical statue which then stood at the entrance of the vestibule, and which the people, in derision, called "Monsieur Legris."
    1.4.5 — Vol 1 Bk 4 Chpt 5 — More about Claude Frollo (55% in)
  • More than once the laundress of the Terrain charged "with washing the chapter" had observed, not without affright, the marks of nails and clenched fingers on the surplice of monsieur the archdeacon of Josas.
    1.4.5 — Vol 1 Bk 4 Chpt 5 — More about Claude Frollo (88% in)
  • "God help me, messieurs!" said the archdeacon, showing them in; "I was not expecting distinguished visitors at such an hour."
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  • In truth, Monsieur le Docteur Coictier, I felt great joy on learning of the bishopric given your nephew, my reverend seigneur Pierre Verse.
    1.5.1 — Vol 1 Bk 5 Chpt 1 — Abbas Beati Martini (14% in)
  • Yes, monsieur Archdeacon; it is a grace and mercy of God.
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  • Do you know that you made a great figure on Christmas Day at the bead of your company of the chamber of accounts, Monsieur President?
    1.5.1 — Vol 1 Bk 5 Chpt 1 — Abbas Beati Martini (16% in)
  • "Monsieur belongs to science?" asked the archdeacon, fixing his piercing eye upon Coictier's companion.
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  • Monsieur the archdeacon is our friend.
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  • "Monsieur," returned the archdeacon, "if that be your motive, you would have done as well not to put yourself out of breath climbing my staircase.
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  • A marvellous thing in '82 was a gentleman bearing the king's commission, and whose letters of institution ran back to the epoch of the marriage of the natural daughter of Louis XI. with Monsieur the Bastard of Bourbon.
    1.6.1 — Vol 1 Bk 6 Chpt 1 — An Impartial Glance at.... (4% in)
  • It was he who went to seek M. de Nemours at the Bastille Saint Antoine, in order to conduct him to the Halles; and to conduct to the Grève M. de Saint-Pol, who clamored and resisted, to the great joy of the provost, who did not love monsieur the constable.
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  • ...work, according to usage; and from eight o'clock in the morning, some scores of bourgeois and ~bourgeoises~, heaped and crowded into an obscure corner of the audience chamber of Embas du Châtelet, between a stout oaken barrier and the wall, had been gazing blissfully at the varied and cheerful spectacle of civil and criminal justice dispensed by Master Florian Barbedienne, auditor of the Châtelet, lieutenant of monsieur the provost, in a somewhat confused and utterly haphazard manner.
    1.6.1 — Vol 1 Bk 6 Chpt 1 — An Impartial Glance at.... (34% in)
  • Do you know that I am called Florian Barbedienne, actual lieutenant to monsieur the provost, and, moreover, commissioner, inquisitor, controller, and examiner, with equal power in provostship, bailiwick, preservation, and inferior court of judicature?
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  • Messieurs the sergeants of the mace, you will take me this knave to the pillory of the Grève, you will flog him, and turn him for an hour.
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  • "That," replied Oudarde dryly, "does not prevent the Flemings having very fine horses, and having had a superb supper yesterday with monsieur, the provost of the merchants, at the Hôtel-de-Ville, where they were served with comfits and hippocras, and spices, and other singularities."
    1.6.3 — Vol 1 Bk 6 Chpt 3 — History of a Leavened Cake of Maize (11% in)
  • It was with monsieur the cardinal, at the Petit Bourbon that they supped.
    1.6.3 — Vol 1 Bk 6 Chpt 3 — History of a Leavened Cake of Maize (12% in)
  • "It was at the Petit Bourbon," replied Gervaise, with no less spirit, "and this is what monsieur the cardinal's procurator presented to them: twelve double quarts of hippocras, white, claret, and red; twenty-four boxes of double Lyons marchpane, gilded; as many torches, worth two livres a piece; and six demi-queues* of Beaune wine, white and claret, the best that could be found.
    1.6.3 — Vol 1 Bk 6 Chpt 3 — History of a Leavened Cake of Maize (13% in)
  • ...Cormontreuil, who has his bell tower three leagues distant from Reims; then Messire Henri de Triancourt, equerry to the King; then less than that, Chiart de Beaulion, sergeant-at-arms; then, still descending, Guery Aubergeon, carver to the King; then, Mace de Frépus, barber to monsieur the dauphin; then, Thévenin le Moine, King's cook; then, the men growing continually younger and less noble, she fell to Guillaume Racine, minstrel of the hurdy gurdy and to Thierry de Mer, lamplighter.
    1.6.3 — Vol 1 Bk 6 Chpt 3 — History of a Leavened Cake of Maize (27% in)
  • At least, that is the way in which monsieur the cure of Saint-Remy explains why these women are colder and hungrier than other poor women, when they are old.
    1.6.3 — Vol 1 Bk 6 Chpt 3 — History of a Leavened Cake of Maize (32% in)
  • She met M. le Curé of SaintRemy, and said to him: 'Monsieur, I will till the earth with my finger-nails, but give me back my child!'
    1.6.3 — Vol 1 Bk 6 Chpt 3 — History of a Leavened Cake of Maize (52% in)
  • Soon Michel Noiret, sworn trumpeter to the king, our lord, imposed silence on the louts, and proclaimed the sentence, in accordance with the order and command of monsieur the provost.
    1.6.4 — Vol 1 Bk 6 Chpt 4 — A Tear for a Drop of Water (19% in)
  • In the meantime, Jehan Frollo, elevating his curly blonde head above the crowd (he had mounted upon the shoulders of Robin Poussepain for the purpose), shouted: "Come and look, gentle ladies and men! they are going to peremptorily flagellate Master Quasimodo, the bellringer of my brother, monsieur the archdeacon of Josas, a knave of oriental architecture, who has a back like a dome, and legs like twisted columns!"
    1.6.4 — Vol 1 Bk 6 Chpt 4 — A Tear for a Drop of Water (32% in)
  • "My dear Colombe," interpolated Dame Aloise, "do you not mean the hotel which belonged to Monsieur de Bacqueville, in the reign of King Charles VI.
    2.7.1 — Vol 2 Bk 7 Chpt 1 — The Danger of Confiding One's.... (32% in)
  • " 'tis monsieur the archdeacon of Josas," said Fleur-de-Lys.
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  • "I see that messieurs the archers of the king's police easily take fire at the handsome eyes of gypsies!"
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  • 'tis very ill done, I am conscious, to expose messieurs the sergeants of the watch to the liability of cudgelling beneath this cassock the humerus of a Pythagorean philosopher.
    2.7.2 — Vol 2 Bk 7 Chpt 2 — A Priest and a Philosopher are.... (38% in)
  • He stopped a beadle who emerged from the cloister,—"Where is monsieur the archdeacon of Josas?"
    2.7.4 — Vol 2 Bk 7 Chpt 4 — ANARKH (11% in)
  • "I believe that he is in his secret cell in the tower," said the beadle; "I should advise you not to disturb him there, unless you come from some one like the pope or monsieur the king."
    2.7.4 — Vol 2 Bk 7 Chpt 4 — ANARKH (12% in)
  • "Monsieur," said the archdeacon, in a cold tone, "I am greatly displeased with you."
    2.7.4 — Vol 2 Bk 7 Chpt 4 — ANARKH (65% in)
  • Monsieur my brother, doth it please you that I shall explain in good French vernacular that Greek word which is written yonder on the wall?
    2.7.4 — Vol 2 Bk 7 Chpt 4 — ANARKH (69% in)
  • You know, Monsieur Jehan, that our fief of Tirecbappe, putting the direct taxes and the rents of the nine and twenty houses in a block, yields only nine and thirty livres, eleven sous, six deniers, Parisian.
    2.7.4 — Vol 2 Bk 7 Chpt 4 — ANARKH (75% in)
  • There was in the two ways in which "Master Jacques" was pronounced on the one hand, and the "master" by preeminence on the other, the difference between monseigneur and monsieur, between ~domine~ and ~domne~.
    2.7.5 — Vol 2 Bk 7 Chpt 5 — The Two Men Clothed in Black (13% in)
  • The criminal advocate, Monsieur Philippe Lheulier, nevertheless, knows a little Hebrew, which he learned in that matter of the Jews of the Rue Kantersten, at Brussels.
    2.7.5 — Vol 2 Bk 7 Chpt 5 — The Two Men Clothed in Black (25% in)
  • "Monsieur Rector, there is no mistake; the little butcher's shop, ~parva boucheria~."
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  • Monsieur, the Rue Galiache is a street which hath at one end the Rue de la Verrerie, and at the other the Rue de la Tixeranderie.
    2.7.7 — Vol 2 Bk 7 Chpt 7 — The Mysterious Monk (30% in)
  • Monsieur, if you are a robber, as I hope you are, you produce upon me the effect of a heron attacking a nutshell.
    2.7.7 — Vol 2 Bk 7 Chpt 7 — The Mysterious Monk (54% in)
  • "Monsieur," replied Phoebus with some embarrassment, "many thanks for your courtesy.
    2.7.7 — Vol 2 Bk 7 Chpt 7 — The Mysterious Monk (73% in)
  • While speaking thus in his softest voice, he approached extremely near the gypsy; his caressing hands resumed their place around her supple and delicate waist, his eye flashed more and more, and everything announced that Monsieur Phoebus was on the verge of one of those moments when Jupiter himself commits so many follies that Homer is obliged to summon a cloud to his rescue.
    2.7.8 — Vol 2 Bk 7 Chpt 8 — The Utility of Windows Which.... (68% in)
  • Oh, leave me, monsieur le capitaine!
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  • Have pity, Monsieur Phoebus, give me back my gorgerette!
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  • "Monsieur," Gringoire inquired of one of his neighbors, "who are all those persons ranged yonder, like prelates in council?"
    2.8.1 — Vol 2 Bk 8 Chpt 1 — The Crown Changed into a Dry Leaf (21% in)
  • "Monsieur," replied the neighbor, "those on the right are the counsellors of the grand chamber; those on the left, the councillors of inquiry; the masters in black gowns, the messires in red."
    2.8.1 — Vol 2 Bk 8 Chpt 1 — The Crown Changed into a Dry Leaf (22% in)
  • It is monsieur the president.
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  • "They are messieurs the masters of requests of the king's household."
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  • He is monsieur the clerk of the Court of Parliament.
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  • "Come now, monsieur, said Gringoire, "pray what are all those fine fellows doing yonder?"
    2.8.1 — Vol 2 Bk 8 Chpt 1 — The Crown Changed into a Dry Leaf (27% in)
  • No, monsieur, I have but just arrived.
    2.8.1 — Vol 2 Bk 8 Chpt 1 — The Crown Changed into a Dry Leaf (29% in)
  • "Monsieur," remarked his neighbor, "think you not, that Master Jacques Charmolue has a very sweet air?"
    2.8.1 — Vol 2 Bk 8 Chpt 1 — The Crown Changed into a Dry Leaf (30% in)
  • That is right, is it not, Monsieur Judge?
    2.8.1 — Vol 2 Bk 8 Chpt 1 — The Crown Changed into a Dry Leaf (43% in)
  • "Monsieur le Procureur du Roi," said Pierrat abruptly, "How shall we begin?"
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  • "You have the air of the lamb of the Golden Fleece which hangs from Monsieur de Bourgogne's neck."
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  • "Monsieur, procurator of the king in the ecclesiastical courts," said the president, "the chamber is ready to hear you in your charge."
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  • "Monsieur the President," replied the advocate, "since the defendant has confessed the crime, I have only one word to say to these gentlemen.
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  • She recognized monsieur the archdeacon of Josas, a holy man.
    2.8.5 — Vol 2 Bk 8 Chpt 5 — The Mother (83% in)
  • But that is quite close by, monsieur.
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  • 'tis the custom, monsieur.
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  • It was his old friend, his former master, monsieur the archdeacon.
    2.10.1 — Vol 2 Bk 10 Chpt 1 — Gringoire Has Many Good.... (12% in)
  • Envy for what, monsieur the archdeacon? their strength, their armor, their discipline?
    2.10.1 — Vol 2 Bk 10 Chpt 1 — Gringoire Has Many Good.... (39% in)
  • If you were less engrossed with the fine clothes of men of war, monsieur the archdeacon, I would entreat you to come and see this door.
    2.10.1 — Vol 2 Bk 10 Chpt 1 — Gringoire Has Many Good.... (42% in)
  • Stay, monsieur the archdeacon, no ill-feeling between old friends!
    2.10.1 — Vol 2 Bk 10 Chpt 1 — Gringoire Has Many Good.... (86% in)
  • And, while the archdeacon was disappearing in one direction, he set off in the other, saying to himself in a low voice: "Here's a grand affair, Monsieur Pierre Gringoire.
    2.10.1 — Vol 2 Bk 10 Chpt 1 — Gringoire Has Many Good.... (99% in)
  • CHAPTER V. THE RETREAT IN WHICH MONSIEUR LOUIS OF FRANCE SAYS HIS PRAYERS.
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  • Such was the chamber which was called "the retreat where Monsieur Louis de France says his prayers."
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  • Olivier, come to an understanding about the matter with Monsieur d'Estouteville, and prepare me this very evening the wedding of the gallant and the gallows.
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  • Messieurs Flemings, come and see this; 'tis curious.
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  • I swear to you that 'twas Monsieur the Cardinal d'Angers and not I, who was guilty of treason."
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  • I protest to you that 'twas not I who wrote the matter to Monseigneur do Guyenne, but Monsieur le Cardinal Balue.
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  • Is it not enough to have given all my goods to my judges, my plate to Monsieur de Torcy, my library to Master Pierre Doriolle, my tapestry to the governor of the Roussillon?
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  • Besides, sire, I did not betray your majesty, 'twas Monsieur d'Angers; and I have on my foot a very heavy chain, and a great ball of iron at the end, much heavier than it should be in reason.
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  • Monsieur de Verdun.
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  • Monsieur of Verdun has no longer one; all have been killed off.
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  • Monsieur the Bishop of Verdun.
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  • "Ah!" said he, with the innocent air of thinking of it for the first time, "Guillaume de Harancourt, the friend of Monsieur the Cardinal Balue.
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  • —To Monsieur de Bressuire, our friend....
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  • Monsieur the King of Sicily seals his letters with yellow wax, like a king of France.
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  • Is it not so, Messieurs Flemings?
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  • —That monsieur the king knows this.
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  • —That messieurs the camp-followers can very well come down to that, also.
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  • —To Monsieur de Rouault, our friend.
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  • And which is moving you say, against monsieur the bailiff of the Palais-de-Justice?
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  • Monsieur the bailiff is our friend.
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  • Ah! monsieur the bailiff was king of all that.
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  • He continued dreamily, and as though speaking to himself,— "Very fine, monsieur the bailiff!
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  • Then casting about him once more the cautious and uneasy glance of the fox re-entering his hole,— "No matter! we will succor monsieur the bailiff.
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  • How do you permit yourself, knave, to go and besiege our friend, monsieur the bailiff of the palace, and what have you to say concerning this popular agitation?
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  • Monsieur the Duke of Burgundy was a great gentleman, and he turned up his nose at that rabble rout.
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  • Many lords were then slain by low-born knaves; and Monsieur de Château-Guyon, the greatest seigneur in Burgundy, was found dead, with his gray horse, in a little marsh meadow.
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  • "Let him speak, Monsieur Rym, my friend," said the king; "I love this frankness of speech.
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  • And guard your head well, gossip; for I swear to you by the cross of Saint-Lô that, if you lie to us at this hour, the sword which severed the head of Monsieur de Luxembourg is not so notched that it cannot yet sever yours!
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  • Monsieur the provost and monsieur the chevalier of the watch, who have just come from the riot, are here to give me the lie if this is not the truth.
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  • Monsieur the provost and monsieur the chevalier of the watch, who have just come from the riot, are here to give me the lie if this is not the truth.
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  • There is also the company of our unattached archers of Monsieur de Châteaupers: you will take it.
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  • At the Hôtel Saint-Pol you will find forty archers of monsieur the dauphin's new guard: you will take them.
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  • Ah! messieurs, louts of Paris, do you fling yourselves thus against the crown of France, the sanctity of Notre-Dame, and the peace of this commonwealth!
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  • Monsieur d'Estouteville, what did the people wish to do with her?"
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  • Saint-Louis of France, my master, transgressed, with the same object, the church of Monsieur Saint-Paul; and Monsieur Alphonse, son of the king of Jerusalem, the very church of the Holy Sepulchre.
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  • Saint-Louis of France, my master, transgressed, with the same object, the church of Monsieur Saint-Paul; and Monsieur Alphonse, son of the king of Jerusalem, the very church of the Holy Sepulchre.
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  • Take Monsieur Châteaupers with you.
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  • Then the king, dismissing Rym and Coppenole with a gesture,— "God guard you, messieurs, my good friends the Flemings.
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  • He is the procurator of Dame Tax and Monsieur Gibbet.
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  • Here another soldier came up, crying,— "Monsieur, the old hag lies.
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  • Monsieur le Prevôt, 'tis no affair of mine, a man of arms, to hang witches.
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  • Let me have the other, madam; 'tis monsieur the provost who wills it.
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  • Messeigneurs! messieurs the sergeants, one word.
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  • Monsieur, the grand provost.
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  • Oh! you are very good, messieurs the sergeants, I love you all.
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  • This is what is to be read, on the subject of his dramatic triumphs, in 1483, in the accounts of the "Ordinary:" "To Jehan Marchand and Pierre Gringoire, carpenter and composer, who have made and composed the mystery made at the Chãtelet of Paris, at the entry of Monsieur the Legate, and have ordered the personages, clothed and dressed the same, as in the said mystery was required; and likewise, for having made the scaffoldings thereto necessary; and for this deed,—one hundred livres."
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