She died, in 1822, in a comfortable lodging on rue Saint-Louis at Marais.
"We are no longer in the days of Saint-Louis," said the younger Simeuse.
Make ceaseless attack upon the furtive quibbling that the Dames de Saint-Louis keep up about their time.
I have received the royal promise, and to-day Talizac will have his commission, and also the order of Saint-Louis.
The man upon whose breast shone the cross of Saint-Louis bowed his head.
Her despair overcame her usual reticence, and she vehemently complained that God had deserted the sons of Saint-Louis.
The finely carved spire of Saint-Louis' Church confers an elegance on the somewhat melancholy whole.
Two ladies-in-waiting, Beaumont and Saint-Louis, instead of going into the church, explored the convent court-yards.
To this letter were added a lieutenant-general's commission and the grand cordon of Saint-Louis.
These mummeries, thus prolonged, extended to the end of August and the fete Saint-Louis.
The largest city in Missouri.
Note: Known as the “Gateway to the West” because of its importance as a staging area for wagon trains in the nineteenth century. The Gateway Arch, made of steel and several hundred feet high, stands in St. Louis in commemoration of this fact.