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  • There you will find that in September, 1857, there passed through the place a troupe of travelling performers, consisting of nine persons, with the caravans, under the management of a man known as Vigoureux, nicknamed the Grasshopper. "

    Secret des Champdoce. English

  • Three months earlier a tailor named Vigoureux, whose wife secretly practised magic, had entertained a few friends to dinner, amongst whom was an intimate of his wife's, named Marie Bosse.

    The Historical Nights' Entertainment First Series

  • La Vigoureux betrayed others, and these others again.

    The Historical Nights' Entertainment First Series

  • Vigoureux delighted in them -- were they not his name-flower?

    Major Vigoureux

  • "I had no idea that Major Vigoureux -- er -- went in for this sort of thing, or I'd have done myself the pleasure of visiting his garden."

    Major Vigoureux

  • Vigoureux -- no longer in his first youth, but still a man of handsome presence -- had first arrived in the Islands to take over his command,

    Major Vigoureux

  • Commissioner's visit had obviously been projected before the receipt of it, and at the worst it would enable him to call quits with Vigoureux.

    Major Vigoureux

  • Major Vigoureux found an old pipe on the mantel-shelf, dived in the tobacco jar for a few dry crumbs, filled, and lit and stamped out a spark that had dropped on the hearth-rug.

    Major Vigoureux

  • Vigoureux, if only for old sake's sake; for it was, I believe, the first you entered when you came to the Islands.

    Major Vigoureux

  • "You are Major Vigoureux?" she asked in a quick whisper, leaning forward over him.

    Major Vigoureux

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