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  • Captain Jean-Daniel Dumas, thirty-four, had had many successful assignments, as had the third captain, François-Marie le marchand de Lignery, fifty-two, a prosperous merchant and militia officer.4

    George Washington’s First War

  • Lignery, François-Marie le marchand de 1703–59, French marine officer, commanded Fort Duquesne as Forbes approached, 1758

    George Washington’s First War

  • Captain Jean-Daniel Dumas, thirty-four, had had many successful assignments, as had the third captain, François-Marie le marchand de Lignery, fifty-two, a prosperous merchant and militia officer.4

    George Washington’s First War

  • Lignery, François-Marie le marchand de 1703–59, French marine officer, commanded Fort Duquesne as Forbes approached, 1758

    George Washington’s First War

  • Lignery, François-Marie le marchand de 1703–59, French marine officer, commanded Fort Duquesne as Forbes approached, 1758

    George Washington’s First War

  • (Click on the photo to enlarge ... and please excuse the marchand de sable or "sandman" in Sam The Man's eyes, but you'll allow him the excuse of complete exhaustion, won't you?!) crevé (e) (kruh-vay) adjective

    Braise The Dog

  • Yes | No | Report from dean. marchand wrote 31 weeks 1 day ago

    Moose-Tag Heartache in Nova Scotia

  • Yes | No | Report from dean. marchand wrote 31 weeks 1 day ago

    Moose-Tag Heartache in Nova Scotia

  • (Click on the photo to enlarge ... and please excuse the marchand de sable or "sandman" in Sam The Man's eyes, but you'll allow him the excuse of complete exhaustion, won't you?!) crevé (e) (kruh-vay) adjective

    creve - French Word-A-Day

  • Captain Jean-Daniel Dumas, thirty-four, had had many successful assignments, as had the third captain, François-Marie le marchand de Lignery, fifty-two, a prosperous merchant and militia officer.4

    George Washington’s First War

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