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  • I will go to Mas-d'Agenois, which is a house belonging to the King my husband, in a very retired situation.

    Court Memoirs of France Series — Complete

  • I will go to Mas-d'Agenois, which is a house belonging to the King my husband, in a very retired situation.

    Memoirs of Marguerite de Valois — Complete [Court memoir series]

  • I will go to Mas-d'Agenois, which is a house belonging to the King my husband, in a very retired situation.

    Memoirs of Marguerite de Valois — Volume 2 [Court memoir series]

  • By this artifice they surprised a small detachment of the Agenois Regiment, most of whom had been permitted to go to sleep.

    Washington

  • By this artifice they surprised a small detachment of the Agenois Regiment, most of whom had been permitted to go to sleep.

    Washington

  • By this artifice they surprised a small detachment of the Agenois Regiment, most of whom had been permitted to go to sleep.

    Washington

  • By this artifice they surprised a small detachment of the Agenois Regiment, most of whom had been permitted to go to sleep.

    Washington

  • In Périgord, Agenois, and Limousin, _an infinite number_ of scandalous acts were daily committed by the seditious, who in most places _lived after the fashion of Geneva_.

    The Rise of the Hugenots, Vol. 1 (of 2)

  • "The road to Montaubon is over the river, and so through Quercy and the Agenois."

    The White Company

  • Here were the high stewards of Aquitaine, of Saintonge, of La Rochelle, of Quercy, of Limousin, of Agenois, of Poitou, and of Bigorre, with the banners and musters of their provinces.

    The White Company

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