I have seen that plainly already; I have just prevented them from sending you to Clichy.
Whether it was the Clichy or the Batignolles doesn't matter very much now.
At the barrier of Clichy, in particular, the Allies met with a spirited resistance.
"Stop the carriage there," she said as they arrived at Clichy Square.
One day they sent for Pre Robineau to come to Clichy, saying it was for an affair of great importance.
There is also a similar establishment in the cemetery at Clichy, and others are projected for other sites.
Amandus obeyed, and came to salute the king at Clichy, near Paris.
At last, foiled and irritated, Fouch—the Mephistopheles of the piece—quitted Clichy, never to return.
Of the Barriers which figure most largely in history, that of Clichy stands foremost.
Here the opulent husband was installed, while the fair hostess held her court at the chteau of Clichy.