At their head stood a prvt des marchands and four eschevins de la marchandise.
In 1613, the prvt, Louis Seguier, refused to observe this formality.
Floret confessed to the prvt of Paris that the whole affair was a deception, and on March 24, 1404, they were all duly burned.
"Go on," said the prvt to Gros-Boiteux, and he went on smoking.
Aubriot was the thirteenth-century prvt de Paris, an active builder, and who first laid drains beneath Paris streets.
At a signal from the prvt, the Gros-Boiteux joined this group.
"Here is the Skeleton," said Cardillac, as the prvt appeared at the door of the room.
The prvt, indeed, liked him, and would talk with him for hours long; and to the old man himself the companionship seemed a boon.
Avenue Trudaine is modern , named in memory of a prvt des Marchands of the seventeenth and early years of the eighteenth century.
The aqueduct of Belleville, which was falling into ruin, was partly reconstructed by the prvt of the merchants in 1457.