After five months' imprisonment at Cahors, he was taken out and marched, as already related, to the citadel of Montpellier.
He was imprisoned in the citadel of Montpellier, on the 30th October, 1698.
Aristide transacts his business and joins me in the train at Montpellier.
Dsubas, the pastor, was conducted to Nismes, and from Nismes to Montpellier.
He had got a theatre of anatomy built at Montpellier, where he himself dissected publicly.
Insisted to see my Niece; would have me go with them to Montpellier.'
The poor girl died in childbirth at Montpellier, where they were living for cheapness.
He suspected Bosinney of being too much at Montpellier Square.
The two walked back to Montpellier Square in silence, Soames watching him out of the corner of his eye.
He was imprisoned once and sentenced to death in Montpellier.