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Foucquet thought to have gained the confidence and admiration of the king.
Foucquet had given him a more pretentious work; it was to complete a suite, the History of Constantine, after Raphael.
Saint-Mars, however, only knew of these practices after the death of Foucquet; the troubles of Lauzun were then at an end.
Foucquet depicts a debauched priest who has a bad cold and has been drinking sour wine.L-bas|J. K. Huysmans
Foucquet had believed in listening to Lauzun that he was mentally deranged.