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  • She could not remind everyone more clearly that she is the daughter of the Count of Saint-Pol, Burgundian royalty by birth.

    The White Queen

  • She is the daughter of the Count of Saint-Pol, of the royal family of Burgundy, and she is a courtier without equal.

    The White Queen

  • She is the daughter of the Count of Saint-Pol, of the royal family of Burgundy, and she is a courtier without equal.

    The White Queen

  • She could not remind everyone more clearly that she is the daughter of the Count of Saint-Pol, Burgundian royalty by birth.

    The White Queen

  • She could not remind everyone more clearly that she is the daughter of the Count of Saint-Pol, Burgundian royalty by birth.

    The White Queen

  • She is the daughter of the Count of Saint-Pol, of the royal family of Burgundy, and she is a courtier without equal.

    The White Queen

  • Harcourt, Saint-Pol, Aumale, the grand prior of France and the archbishop of Rouen.

    Chronicle and Romance (The Harvard Classics Series)

  • Saint-Pol, 'we climbed into the cars and slipped down the sober drive into the fragrant dalliance of an April night.

    Jonah and Co.

  • The fair Erembors is suspected of faithlessness by Count Renaud, but convinces him (very easily) of the contrary; and the fair Doette hears the news of the death of Count Doon, and becomes a nun at Saint-Pol.

    Introduction

  • On the fifteenth we received, from the station at Ach'res, one of our most important convoys, twenty wounded, for the most part sent on from the hospitals at Arras and Saint-Pol, some of them recently hurt.

    The Diary of a French Army Chaplain

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