The inn was of a piece with all those at which we lodged in Dauphiné, deficient in everything for which an inn exists.
We have declared our will, but even now, To pass to Dauphiné.
Again he saw the humble peasant's cot in the mountains of Dauphiné, whence he had set out to see the world.
In the towns of Dauphiné prayers for the Maid were said at mass.
Everywhere in his journey through Provence and Dauphiné, Buonaparte saw the triumph of revolutionary principles.
She requires me to do two things; one is to go for a time to my estate in Dauphiné, and the other to get married.
We are in the hands of the army, M. le Comte, and in the Dauphiné; alas!
Besides, the food of Dauphiné rather takes the energy and love of adventure out of an unaccustomed visitor.
Its origin has been traced to the mountain people of the Dauphiné called Gavots—whence its name.
The first mulberry trees in France were planted in that part of Provence which is enclosed by Dauphiné.