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ere seemed nothing really incongruous in all this exuberant gayety beneath the windows, while the two veteran radicals — who had very likely taken their share in such amusements while young — were fighting over again their battles of reform.
Both now have passed away.
Louis Blanc's Ten years still finds readers, and some may remember the political papers written a few years later by Talandier for the International review, published in Boston.
By invitation of M. Talandier I spent a day (June 3) at Versailles, where the Chambre des Deputes was then sitting, and discovered in the anteroom, or salle d'attente, that, by a curious rule, foreigners were excluded until four P. M.; yet the name of my host brought me in after a little delay.
The hall was full of people waiting, each having to send his card to some member, naming on it the precise hour of arrival.
The member usually appeared promptly, when an immense usher called in a stentorian voice for la personne qui a fait demander M