The family of Toussaint were first sent to Bayonne, and afterwards to agen, where one of the sons died of a decline.
After a pause, "That seems right," said the Elder; "thar' ain't nothin' agen that."
It was Sister Boe, the schoolmistress of agen, who had offered to teach the boy gratuitously the elements of reading and writing.
But then, agen, they'd 'ave to consider as it wor diamonds as you tuk.
The place was at too great a distance from agen for him to walk thither, and accordingly he was obliged to take a conveyance.
It may be to-morrow; or, agen, it mayn't be fur a week, or even more.
Paul de Musset thus describes his visit to the poet at agen.
And is this Pierre, who saved your life when you were captured at agen?
Don't send Tammy agen without you know it's safe and send him after midnite.
This man claimed to BE the resurrection, of as Wyclif had it, "the agen risying and lyf."