But, more than this, Colonel Dumont was beloved and respected for his many good qualities of mind and heart.
Romilly showed Dumont some of Bentham's papers written in French.
And Mr. Dumont saw the boy the night before he left the steamer.
Dumont offered to rewrite and to superintend their publication.
It would be amusing for you to see yourself upon the screen as you are, Miss Dumont?
Dumont, in the discourse prefixed to the Traités, explains the reason.
General Dumont, commanding the entire force, was very nearly made prisoner.
Dumont calls attention here to the value of Bentham's method.
In the management of his estates, Colonel Dumont had, for many years, been assisted by an only brother.
It was occupied by a man named Dumont and he, poor fellow, was blown to atoms.