Because I see there is a possibility of not having to run to Blois after the letters, for I have them here.
Monsieur, the duke of Orleans, was sullenly residing at Blois.
Chaumont is eighteen kilometres from Blois and the same distance from Amboise.
His strength seemed to revive and with it the desire to go to Blois.
The exclamations of my companions on coming within sight of Blois aroused me from these reflections.
Raoul began by setting off to see his father, who had left for Blois.
At a bow-shot's distance on the road to Blois, in a place called la Croix-Boissée, they built another bastion.
Raoul lost no time on the road, and in sixteen hours he arrived at Blois.
In the town of Blois, as almost anywhere else in central and southern France, the ex-student of Geneva knew his way blindfold.
Does Mademoiselle suppose they loved better Spitalfields than Blois?