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* 1789 – Jacques de Flesselles, French public servant ( b. 1721 )
There are several references to a relationship with a famous Viennese opera singer, and Bunter-who evidently was involved with this, as with other parts of his master's life-recalls Wimsey being very angry with a French mistress who mistreated her own servant.
He was the eldest of the seven children of Max Weber Sr., a wealthy and prominent civil servant and member of the National Liberal Party, and his wife Helene ( Fallenstein ), who partly descended from French Huguenot immigrants and held strong moral absolutist ideas.
Therese Selles, a 14-year-old domestic servant, experiences poltergeist activity in the home of her employer, the Todeschini family at Cheragas, Algeria, as featured on the cover of the French magazine La Vie Mysterieuse in 1911.
* 1910 – Maurice Papon, French civil servant ( d. 2007 )
* September 3 – Maurice Papon, French civil servant and collaborator ( d. 2007 )
A male figure comparable to the courtesan was the Italian cicisbeo, the French chevalier servant, the Spanish cortejo or estrecho.
It actually seems that the figure of the chevalier servant ( French, lit.
Harlequin ( or Arlecchino in Italian, Arlequin in French, and Arlequín in Spanish ) is the most popularly known of the zanni or comic servant characters from the Italian Commedia dell ' arte and its descendant, the Harlequinade.
On 3 March 1541, the French Ambassador, Charles de Marillac, reported in a letter that the King was now said to be lamenting that " under pretext of some slight offences which he had committed, they had brought several accusations against him, on the strength of which he had put to death the most faithful servant he ever had.
Williams ' father was a minor civil servant, and his mother was a descendant of the French Creole elite.
For thirty-two years, Huysmans worked as a civil servant for the French Ministry of the Interior, a job he found tedious.
The original idea was conceived by Jean Monnet, a senior French civil servant and it was announced by Robert Schuman, the French Foreign Minister, in a declaration on 9 May 1950.
The word baron comes from the Old French baron, from a Late Latin baro " man ; servant, soldier, mercenary " ( so used in Salic Law ; Alemannic Law has barus in the same sense ).
Maurice Papon (; September 3, 1910 – February 17, 2007 ) was a French civil servant, leading the police in major prefectures and in Paris during the Nazi Occupation of France and into the 1960s.
The president is the French international civil servant Dominique Hoppe.
* Michel Bernard, French public servant
The administrateur is a civil servant under the authority of the High Commissioner of the French Republic in French Polynesia in Papeete.
* In France, a high commissioner, in French haut-commissaire, is a civil servant appointed by the President of France to some high level position within France:
The French government sought more details of this plot by arresting and torturing < span lang =" fr "> Louis Picot, Cadoudal </ span >' s servant.
It features German Chancellor Angela Merkel as Miss Sophie and French president Nicholas Sarkozy as her servant, and features new German ( and some French ) dialogue about the Eurozone debt crisis.

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There is evidence to suggest that Charlotte died from typhus which she may have caught from Tabitha Ackroyd, the Brontë household's oldest servant, who died shortly before her.
For the general reader the Treasure is appealing because she gives fascinating glimpses into women's lives in 1400, from the great lady in the castle down to the merchant's wife, the servant, and the peasant.
She tells her servant Ninshubur ( Lady Evening ), a reference to Inanna's role as the evening star, that if she does not return in three days, to get help from her father Anu, Enlil, king of the gods, or Enki.
She goes to sleep unsettled, only to awake and learn that what she assumed to be haunting spirits were actually the domestic voices of the servant, Peter.
However, the “ actual sounds that she hears are accounted for by the efforts of the faithful servant to communicate with her, there is still a hint of supernatural in her dream, inspired, it would be seem, by the fact that she is on the spot of her father ’ s murder and that his unburied skeleton is concealed in the room next hers ”.
She was foiled by Galanthis, her servant, who told Hera that she had already delivered the baby.
She would have permanently delayed Heracles ' birth had she not been fooled by Galanthis, Alcmene's servant, who lied to Ilithyia, saying that Alcmene had already delivered the baby.
Beyla ( referred to in the prose introduction to the poem as a servant of Freyr ) says that all of the mountains are shaking, that she thinks Thor must be on his way home, and when Thor arrives he will bring peace to those that quarrel there.
Pisanio then rushes forward to explain that the boy is Imogen in disguise ; as the servant tries to help her up she pushes him away, under the impression that he worked with the Queen to poison her.
Junner's mother, Elizabeth Junner, had named as Sarah's father a " John Junner -- shipwright journeyman ", though she had been living as an unmarried servant in the household of a John Lawrence, ship's carpenter, just four months earlier.
While in the Conciergerie, she was attended by her last servant, Rosalie Lamorlière.
At Anne's trial, she manages to cross-question Mark Smeaton, the tortured servant who finally admits that the charges against Anne are lies.
In 1814, Caroline left England and moved to Italy, where she employed Bartolomeo Pergami as a servant.
Along the way, possibly in Milan, she hired Bartolomeo Pergami as a servant.
Odysseus has now revealed himself in all his glory ( with a little makeover by Athena ); yet Penelope cannot believe that her husband has really returned — she fears that it is perhaps some god in disguise, as in the story of Alcmene — and tests him by ordering her servant Euryclea to move the bed in their wedding-chamber.
There are various accounts of what happened subsequently, including the story that she escaped from Clarence's custody and sought refuge in a London cookshop disguised as a servant.
She is presented as a character who straddles the idea of a ' culture versus nature ' divide in the novel: she is a local of the area and a servant, and has experienced life at Wuthering Heights.
Regan kills the servant, and tells Gloucester that Edmund betrayed him ; then she turns him out to wander the heath too.
* Clara Peggotty – The faithful servant of the Copperfield family and a lifelong companion to David ( she is called by her surname Pegotty in David's family, as her given name is Clara, the same as David's mother ; she is also referred to at times as Barkis after her marriage to Mr. Barkis ).
It is important to note that Rebekah did not veil herself when traveling with her lady attendants and Abraham's servant and his men to meet Isaac, but she only did so when Isaac was approaching.
Her Fairy Godmother magically appears and immediately begins to transform Cinderella from house servant to the young lady she was by birth, all in the effort to get Cinderella to the ball.
The historian who discovered the letter believed that it suggested that Victoria, in her mind, equated Brown's death with Albert's, and that she therefore viewed him as more than a servant.

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