Lincolnshire is smaller and much less populous than the department of Vaucluse.
This was the crude state of mind in which I determined to go, at any risk, to Vaucluse.
He passed the greater part of the year 1342 at Avignon, and went to Vaucluse but seldom and for short intervals.
It is a part of the merit of Vaucluse indeed that it is as much as possible a surprise.
This delightful bird had given me a rich treat before, at the fountain of Vaucluse.
This, then, is Petrarch's 'grotto;' this is the fountain of Vaucluse.
Vaucluse is in the diocese of Cavaillon, a small city about two miles distant from our poet's retreat.
We hear of Petrarch and Laura, and the associations of Vaucluse.
The monk proceeded to Florence, but he found there no shady retreat like that of the poplar at Vaucluse.
The supersession of madder by aniline dyes has, indeed, for a time almost ruined the small farmers of Vaucluse.