Montauban, etc., faisoient conter les cloux de leurs portes aux garnisons qu'on leur envoyoit.
And you suspect this Charles Rabel at Montauban to be the fugitive—eh?
After many months of distinguished service in the field, he now rests peacefully at Montauban.
His daughters were still at Montauban—the eldest in a convent.
A tour of inspection, connected with his judicial functions, had now brought him to Montauban.
It was exhibited at the Salon in 1806, and is now at Montauban.
Marshal Montmorency placed the admiral's body in a lead coffin in his castle of Chantilly, whence he sent it to Montauban.
He was determined that Montauban should have it as an offering of his filial affection.
Account of the mode of rectifying the inequalities of the predial taille in the generality of Montauban, 352.
At that moment, however, he happened to be at an hotel in Montauban.