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  • Boucher By Haldane Macfall
  • Haldane Macfall
  • English
  • 28 October 2020
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FREE READ Í Boucher By Haldane Macfall Edged godfather to the aforesaid morsel of humanity which as the certificate badly set forth in black and white for ever was henceforth to be known for good or ill as Francois Boucher first born son on the 29th of September four days past of the tipstaff's friend Nicolas Boucher maitre peintre who stood hard by and of his wife Elizabeth Lemesl.

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FREE READ Í Boucher By Haldane Macfall Trutting along the shaded promenades of the fashionable places of the city there stood in the vestry of the parish church of Saint Jean en Greve a little group of the small burgess folk gathered about a little infant whilst the tipstaff to the king's palace one Francois Prevost signed solemnly as witness to the birth certificate and as acknowl.

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FREE READ Í Boucher By Haldane Macfall The year after good ueen Anne came to rule over us Louis the Fourteenth being still King of France on an autumn day in the October of 1703 that saw the trees of Paris shedding their parched leaves as a carpet to the feet of the much bewigged dandified folk who stepped it swaggeringly down the walks of the Palais Royal swinging long canes and s.