Arthur Young thought the Limousin the most beautiful part of France.
Three of the Avignon popes were natives of art-loving Limousin.
The English family of this name seems to have come from Limousin.
With the capture of Périgueux, the Limousin was isolated from Gascon succour.
So we bless her, and stop the water channels—or, as the Limousin student might have more excellently said, "claud the rives."
Trouble, of rioting, chateau-burning, is in the Limousin and elsewhere; for they are busy!
Two days after, all his relatives from the Limousin were swooping into Paris like a pack of wolves.
Two very instructive facts may be mentioned in connection with the suppression of the corvées in the Limousin.
In Limousin,5212 all the money brought back by the masons in winter serves "to pay the taxes charged to their families."
Lunel, who had donned a short English jacket, in which he resembled a Limousin, announced that dinner was served.