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Page 18 - XVI. of the name, by the grace of God King of France and Navarre.
Page 20 - Lord one thousand five hundred and ninety-eight ; and of our reign, the ninth. Signed HENRY ; and above by the King, being in his council, FOEGET.
Page 136 - Navarre in the sand, and take possession of the island in the name of the king, his master.
Page 281 - Then, monseigneur, you will not repel me ! You absolve me?" said Guyonne, seizing the hand of the viscount, and kissing it in spite of herself. " I admire you," murmured he in an enthusiastic tone.
Page 281 - ... to the weight of her impressions, burst into tears, and hid her face in her hands. This incident served as a re-action to the equerry. He appeased the disordered palpitations of his heart, and questioned Guyonne gently : "Mademoiselle " " Oh, pardon, monseigneur ! pardon, for having deceived you," sobbed the young girl, falling at his feet.
Page 281 - The deed you have accomplished, is worthy of the highest praise on earth, and of an eternal recompense in the next woi'ld.