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  • Owain defeated an English and Gascon force at Soubise later that year, capturing Sir Thomas Percy and Jean de Grailly, the Captal de Buch.

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  • Owain defeated an English and Gascon force at Soubise later that year, capturing Sir Thomas Percy and Jean de Grailly, the Captal de Buch.

    Kings and Princes

  • The elder Baudelaires could imagine their sister announcing "Soubise!" which was her way of saying "Dinner is served."

    Excerpt: The End by Lemony Snicket

  • Marigny, the brother of the Pompadour, had his entry with M. le Prince de Soubise.

    Les Miserables

  • "There was a slight scum on the river, of hollandaise sauce and sauce a la Soubise, but even that sank, in time."

    The Eliza Lynch Story

  • And instead of the bumbling duo of Soubise and Hildburghausen commanding the allies, we had le duc de Broglie, a professional soldier of good reputation who was sure to test the mettle of Frederick and his Prussian army.

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  • Soubise, the General had thrown himself in the way of a French dragoon, who was pressing hard upon his Highness in the rout, had received the blow intended for his master, and killed the assailant.

    The Memoires of Barry Lyndon

  • For what were our ministers Bernis or Soubise to William Pitt?

    THE DIAMOND

  • For what were our ministers Bernis or Soubise to William Pitt?

    THE DIAMOND

  • For what were our ministers Bernis or Soubise to William Pitt?

    THE DIAMOND

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