As they turned the corner onto orleans Avenue, they were approached by a group of NOPD officers.
The Duke of orleans also sent her five hundred livres, and settled two hundred yearly on her for life.
The Duchess of orleans had slipped upon the stairs and broken her leg.
The failure of the siege of orleans marks the beginning of the decline of English power in France.
His brother, Monsieur, the duke of orleans, the king had never loved.
The date set for closing the books was the 3oth of June, but in the parish of orleans the time was extended till the 15th of July.
Monsieur, the duke of orleans, was sullenly residing at Blois.
In the dead of night, with a band of 200 men, she entered the beleaguered city of orleans in the face of the English enemy.
The Duke of orleans had his numerous partisans, men of opulence and rank.
It was here also that the Prussian army was disbanded, on the agreement of the council held at Angerville, near orleans.
city in France, French Orléans, Roman Aurelianum, named 3c. C.E. in honor of emperor Aurelius (having formerly been called Genabum, from roots *gen- "bend" (in a river) + *apa "water").