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  • He recalled Reine's visit to the chateau, and how cleverly she had managed to inform him of the parentage existing between Claudet and the deceased Claude de Buxieres; how she had by her conversation raised a feeling of pity in his mind for Claudet; and a desire to repair the negligence of the deceased.

    The French Immortals Series — Complete

  • She dreamed that night that she was walking through a picture-gallery with the girl called Reine, who was pointing out all the beauties to her as they went.

    Hetty Gray Nobody's Bairn

  • She is called Reine; embroiders flowers; we chat like old friends.

    Sac-Au-Dos 1907

  • He recalled Reine's visit to the chateau, and how cleverly she had managed to inform him of the parentage existing between Claudet and the deceased Claude de Buxieres; how she had by her conversation raised

    A Woodland Queen — Complete

  • "Reine," said he, drawing near to her and looking straight into her eyes,

    The French Immortals Series — Complete

  • "Reine," said he, coaxingly, "I think we shall have to decide upon a day for our wedding."

    A Woodland Queen — Complete

  • "Reine," said he, drawing near to her and looking straight into her eyes, "can you swear, by the head of your father, that you have given me the true reason for your rejecting me?"

    A Woodland Queen — Complete

  • "Reine," said Julien, suddenly, "you have so often and so kindly extended to me the hand of friendship, that I have decided to speak frankly, and open my heart to you.

    The French Immortals Series — Complete

  • "Reine," interrupted Claudet, angrily, "don't turn your brain inside out to make me believe that night is broad day.

    The French Immortals Series — Complete

  • In Canada, the annual Marie Reine du Canada pilgrimage to Notre Dame du Cap (Our Lady of the Cape) coordinated with the FSSP in that region also occurs in September (Sept. 5-7th this year).

    The Season of Pilgrimages and Retreats [UPDATED]

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