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" Prance, where he has been upon the most familiar footing with the French King, Madame de Pompadour, Monsieur de Belle-Isle, &c. ; which has procured him a grant of the Royal Castle of Chambord, and has enabled him to make a certain figure in that country.... "
Secret Societies and the French Revolution: Together with Some Kindred ... - Page 86
by Una Pope-Hennessy - 1911 - 261 pages
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The Twentieth Century, Volume 63

Nineteenth century - 1908
...time in England, where he did nothing ; and has within these two or three years resided in Prance, where he has been upon the most familiar footing with...general remarked that great praise was bestowed on SaintGrermain. The Count told Yorke that the King, the Dauphin, Madame de Pompadour, and the Court...
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The Twentieth Century: (1908), Volume 63

Twentieth century - 1908
...England, where he did nothing ; and has within these two or three years resided in France, where he baa been upon the most familiar footing with the French...and did not so much as renew my acquaintance with him.4 Saint-Germain discussed the possibilities of peace with General Yorke, but when the Englishman...
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The Comte De St. Germain: The Secret of Kings

I. Cooper-Oakley - Biography & Autobiography - 1985 - 284 pages
...subjects, all kinds of suppositions among which his being sent about Peace not the least. " M. d'Affry treats him with respect and attention but...did not so much as renew my acquaintance with him. He called, however, at my door. I returned his visit ; and yesterday he desired to speak with me in...
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