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  • Longueville, which is identified with the cabals, financial expedients, and war of the Fronde; tournaments, which formed so striking a feature in the diversions of Louis XIV. 's court, owed their revival to the whim of one of his mistresses; Montespan fostered a brood of satirists, and Maintenon one of devotees, while that extraordinary religious controversy which initiated the sect of the Quietists had its origin in the example and agency of Madame Guyon.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 05, No. 29, March, 1860

  • Find Chateau Pichon-Longueville Lalande wines at retail (or visit the Lalande web site)

    A tale of two Pichons - peace in Pauillac | Dr Vino's wine blog

  • Find Chateau Pichon-Longueville Baron wines at retail (or visit the Baron web site)

    A tale of two Pichons - peace in Pauillac | Dr Vino's wine blog

  • But, by the soul of Thomas of Longueville, you shall not find Patrick Charteris slothful in a matter of this importance.

    The Fair Maid of Perth

  • Longueville, against the English general Seward — a theme perfectly familiar to all the guests, who, nevertheless, more tolerant than their descendants, listened as if it had all the zest of novelty.

    The Fair Maid of Perth

  • Duchesses de Longueville and de Chevreuse, preferred this appellation to her title of Princesse.

    Les Miserables

  • Santiago and Ramón smirk quietly and bring their napkins up to their mouths, and we go on talking about the new show at the Opèra-Comique, the girls in the chorus, and their weekend at Château Longueville.


  • “What an odd little old man!” said Longueville to himself.

    The Ball at Sceaux

  • Monsieur Longueville made his visit neither too long nor too short.

    The Ball at Sceaux

  • Longueville called for the third time, Emilie believed it was chiefly for her sake.

    The Ball at Sceaux


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