The first phase of the great battle—known in history as the battle of Picardy—was a defeat to German hopes.
I remember such a one in Picardy, with a name as long as a Gascon's pedigree.
The elder of the two was Marguerite de Roberval, niece of the nobleman from Picardy to whom reference has already been made.
He was the son of poor parents in Picardy, and when a boy was employed to tend sheep.
Two were ordered to go and occupy Picardy and Champagne; and the king kept with him only the third, about six thousand strong.
It was my note of hand to Chatellerault for my Picardy estates.
Some wood is occasionally to be seen; but Picardy is not famous either for the quantity or quality of its timber.
She was dressed like the peasants of Picardy, but with extreme neatness.
Beginning thus, I promise you that you shall presently become a man of prominence in Picardy.
Who would seek the Duke of Monmouth in an obscure farm in Picardy?