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" Noyers he wrote again to the King, bitterly complaining that some one was blinding his eyes to the real state of the kingdom. Catherine answered the letter by renewed promises of justice, giving immediate proofs of her honesty by the appointment of Tavannes,... "
Gaspard de Coligny. (New Plutarch). - Page 185
by Walter Besant (sir.), Gaspard de Coligny (duc de Châtillon-sur-Loing) - 1879
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The Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 22; Volume 85

1875
...menaced in his castle of Noyers, whither Coligny repaired to concert measures. From Noyers he wrote again to the King, bitterly complaining that some one was...murders we have complained of.' Then came certain intelligence that Condé and Coligny were both to be seized. The Admiral hastened to Noyers, where...
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The British Quarterly Review, Volumes 61-62

Henry Allon - 1875
...menaced in his castle of Noyers, whither Coligny repaired to concert measures. From Noyers he wrote again to the King, bitterly complaining that some one was...he writes, ' it is not possible to express better, f» writing, a disposition to do justice. . . . But I should like to ask when the first justice has...
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The british quarterly review

HODDER AND STOUGHTON - 1875
...Catherine answered the letter by renewed promises of justice, giving immediate proofs of her henesty by the appointment of Tavannes, the Admiral's bitter enemy, to investigate the affair. Coliguy's letters show his appreciation of her intentions : ' Madame,' he writes, ' it is not possible...
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