1640s, "of Poitou," the region in France.
Barral and Bixio's balloon ascent, and poitevin's horseback ascent, 568.
James Audley had already died of disease in another poitevin town.
Against him neither Savary nor the poitevin communes could contend with success.
The paintings of poitevin and Du Liege on these and other pieces are characterized by the most exquisite delicacy.
If Hubert saved Henry from reckless adventures, he certainly deserves a large share of the blame for the poitevin fiasco.
This Gilles gladly did, and of course never beheld the poitevin knave again.
Matthew of Paris, the historian, says, that many of those unfortunate men were among the first of the poitevin nobility.
They sought to escape by the improvised bridge under which poitevin let his burning barges float.
She won in this way the support of some Breton and poitevin nobles, and held together her uncertain feudal army.
But we are indebted to poitevin for numerous interesting developments in this department.