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«§ 1062. A l'extrémité de ces rochers, on voit une grande ravine, ou plutôt une vallée ouverte du nord au midi, dans laquelle coule le torrent de St. Barthelemi. Cette vallée termine les montagnes primitives que je viens de décrire: au-del

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Au levant du Thabor, et au pied de la montagne, on aperçoit Tabarie (Tibériade), au-del

Our visits were always long, as most of the châteaux were at a certain distance, and we were obliged to stay an hour and a half, sometimes longer, to rest the horses. It was before the days of five-o'clock tea. A tray was brought in with sweet wine (Malaga or Vin de Chypre) and cakes (ladies'-fingers) which evidently had figured often before on similar occasions. Conversation languished sometimes, though Mme. A. was wonderful, talking so easily about everything. In the smaller places, when people rarely went to Paris, it ran always in the same grooves the woods, the hunting (very good in the Villers-Cotterets forest), the schoolmaster (so difficult to get proper books for the children to read), the curé, and all local gossip, and as much about the iniquities of the republic as could be said before the wife of a republican senator. Wherever we went, even to the largest châteaux, where the family went to Paris for the season, the talk was almost entirely confined to France and French interests. Books, politics, music, people, nothing existed apparently au-del

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