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The only thing grim about it is the solitary machicolated tower in the main street, the last vestige of ancient ramparts; and even that, close cuddled on each side by prosperous houses with shops beneath, looks like an old, old, wrinkled grandmother smiling amid her daintier grandchildren. ” The Joyous Adventures of Aristide Pujol, - William J. Locke.
We went on to Dampierre, a fine old châ teau of the Duc de Luynes, with green drives and avenues; and then to Chevreuse, where we climbed up the hill to the ruined castle with machicolated towers and a wide view over the orange- coloured woods, where the famous Madame de Chevreuse lived. ” Story of My Life, volumes 1-3, - Augustus J. C. Hare.

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