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She put the blindfold over my eyes, and tied it tightly behind my head.

Eugène Lampsonius (Eustache Lorsay), from Œuvres illustrées de Balzac (Illustrated works of Balzac) vol. 3-4, Paris, 1857.

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She put the blindfold over my eyes, and tied it tightly behind my head.

Eugène Lampsonius (Eustache Lorsay), from Œuvres illustrées de Balzac (Illustrated works of Balzac) vol. 3-4, Paris, 1857.

(Source: archive.org)

Saturday, December 22, 2012
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He was a tavern dandy, one of those tricksters who are the despair of policemen.

Eugène Lampsonius (Eustache Lorsay), from Œuvres illustrées de Balzac (Illustrated works of Balzac) vol. 3-4, Paris, 1857.

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He was a tavern dandy, one of those tricksters who are the despair of policemen.

Eugène Lampsonius (Eustache Lorsay), from Œuvres illustrées de Balzac (Illustrated works of Balzac) vol. 3-4, Paris, 1857.

(Source: archive.org)

Saturday, December 22, 2012
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Claparon, without a wig, and with a scarf wrapped askew around his head.

Eugène Lampsonius (Eustache Lorsay), from Œuvres illustrées de Balzac (Illustrated works of Balzac) vol. 3-4, Paris, 1857.

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Claparon, without a wig, and with a scarf wrapped askew around his head.

Eugène Lampsonius (Eustache Lorsay), from Œuvres illustrées de Balzac (Illustrated works of Balzac) vol. 3-4, Paris, 1857.

(Source: archive.org)

Saturday, December 22, 2012
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Coconnas got tipped over backwards.

Eugène Lampsonius (Eustache Lorsay), from La reine Margot (Queen Margot), by Alexandre Dumas, illustrated by E. Lampsonius and D. Lancelot, Paris, 1855.

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Coconnas got tipped over backwards.

Eugène Lampsonius (Eustache Lorsay), from La reine Margot (Queen Margot), by Alexandre Dumas, illustrated by E. Lampsonius and D. Lancelot, Paris, 1855.

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Wednesday, September 26, 2012
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One of these six men walked up first.

Eugène Lampsonius (Eustache Lorsay), from La reine Margot (Queen Margot), by Alexandre Dumas, illustrated by E. Lampsonius and D. Lancelot, Paris, 1855.

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One of these six men walked up first.

Eugène Lampsonius (Eustache Lorsay), from La reine Margot (Queen Margot), by Alexandre Dumas, illustrated by E. Lampsonius and D. Lancelot, Paris, 1855.

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Wednesday, September 26, 2012
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The bleeding point of La Mole’s rapier had appeared at Coconnas’s back. 

Eugène Lampsonius (Eustache Lorsay), from La reine Margot (Queen Margot), by Alexandre Dumas, illustrated by E. Lampsonius and D. Lancelot, Paris, 1855.

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The bleeding point of La Mole’s rapier had appeared at Coconnas’s back.

Eugène Lampsonius (Eustache Lorsay), from La reine Margot (Queen Margot), by Alexandre Dumas, illustrated by E. Lampsonius and D. Lancelot, Paris, 1855.

(Source: archive.org)

Wednesday, September 26, 2012
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La Mole was then seen […] his sword between his teeth, and his pistols in his hand. 

Eugène Lampsonius (Eustache Lorsay), from La reine Margot (Queen Margot), by Alexandre Dumas, illustrated by E. Lampsonius and D. Lancelot, Paris, 1855.

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La Mole was then seen […] his sword between his teeth, and his pistols in his hand.

Eugène Lampsonius (Eustache Lorsay), from La reine Margot (Queen Margot), by Alexandre Dumas, illustrated by E. Lampsonius and D. Lancelot, Paris, 1855.

(Source: archive.org)

Wednesday, September 26, 2012
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Defendants before the law (from life). (The Splendors and Miseries of Courtesans)

Eugène Lampsonius (Eustache Lorsay) (?), from Oeuvres illustrées de Balzac (Illustrated works of Balzac) vol. 1-2, Paris, 1851.

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Defendants before the law (from life). (The Splendors and Miseries of Courtesans)

Eugène Lampsonius (Eustache Lorsay) (?), from Oeuvres illustrées de Balzac (Illustrated works of Balzac) vol. 1-2, Paris, 1851.

(Source: archive.org)

Sunday, June 24, 2012