mazarine had not been able to find his horses at any hotel or livery stable, or in any street.
In 1840 he was appointed one of the conservators of the mazarine Library.
The other is known as the Forty-two line, or mazarine Bible.
Gregory moved to the rue mazarine, to be near the Comédie Française.
The same passionate determination which seized her when she faced mazarine with Orlando, possessed her again.
So began the printing of what was to become famous as the mazarine Bible.
The Bibliothque mazarine is in the part of the building covering the spot where the petit htel de Nesle stood of old.
"Wonder if I'll get a glimpse of the so-called Mrs. mazarine," he said aloud.
He sprang to the ground, and ran between mazarine and Orlando.
An' the ould man mazarine—part rhinoceros and part Methody, he is.