The history of this little churchly suburb of Sancerre has been most interesting.
Sancerre, on the contrary, answers all the conditions of the text.
At Sancerre, during its siege, he composed his Consolatio (published in 1593).
Paquita of Sancerre scented the storms, the atmosphere of Paris.
He was parliamentary deputy for Sancerre in 1831 and took part in most of the political struggles of the following twenty years.
"Let me peep at her through the door—your Sancerre Muse," she went on.
In August, by the mediation of the Polish ambassador, Sancerre was admitted to the same terms.
The fugitive Huguenots of the centre and north found the gates of Vzelay and of Sancerre open to them.
He conducted, three years later, the terrible siege of Sancerre, famous in history.
Consequently it was no fortuitous coincidence that Sancerre capitulated the very day the Polish ambassadors made their appearance.