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NOTES ADDITIONNELLES.

Page 2; ligne 8. Vinaigrette, cold meat with vinegar-sauce. P. 12; 1. 17. Un tiens vaut mieux que deux tu l'auras, a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush.

P. 77; 1. 13. Si fait. (A familiar manner of speaking to affirm the contrary of what another has said.) Yes, I do. P. 81; 1. 9. Galien, Galen; a celebrated physician, born at Pergamus, in Asia, where he died A.D. 200, in the 70th year of his age.

P. 84; 1. 6. Hippocrate, Hippocrates; a physician of so great celebrity, that he is sometimes called the Father of Physic, and the Prince of Physicians. He was born in Cos, one of the Cyclades; a cluster of islands in the Archipelago. He died 380 years B.C., aged 80.

P. 89; 1. 3. Rapports sociaux, social relations.

1. 8. Optimiste, optimist. (Optimism, the doctrine or opinion that everything in nature is ordered for the best. Optimist, a partisan of optimism; it is said also of one pleased with everything that happens.)

P. 91; 1. 21. See above, Note on p. 12.

P. 128; 1. 19.

le doigt, one

Entre l'arbre et l'écorce il ne faut pas mettre must not interfere between man and wife.

P. 130; 1. 23. Jouer à la fossette, to play at pitch in the hole. P. 134. Hippocrate; See above, Note on p. 84.

P. 151; 1. 21. Fraise de veau, calf's pluck.

1. 22. La pyramide éternelle, the everlasting pyramid. (Fruit piled up in the form of a pyramid.)

P. 197; l. 14. Je l'ai souvent échappé belle, I often had a narrow escape.

P. 201; 1. 6.

P. 209; 1. 13.

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Vous me revenez, you please me.

Bouquet de bois, a thicket, or tuft of trees.
A portée de pistolet, within pistol, shot.

P. 211; 1. 23. Miquelets, miquelets. (It was formerly said of
Spanish bandits. Now, it is said of the soldiers who form
the private guard of the governor of a Spanish province.)
P. 212; 1. 20. Exemplum ut talpa, as the mole for instance.
P. 227; 1. 21. On vous le suspendit. See, p. 282, the Note on
Mor, which is applicable to this pronoun vous.
Si fait, Yes, she is.

P. 247; 1. 28.

P. 298; 1. 28.

Huile de la sainte ampoule, holy oil. (La sainte ampoule is said of the phial in which was kept the oil which was used at the coronation of the Kings of France.)

; 1. 30. Ma petite Notre-Dame de plomb, my little leaden Virgin.

P. 337; 1. 12. Je suis tranchant peut-être, I am peremptory, perhaps.

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