Delorme, Marion (16121650)

Delorme, Marion, a Frenchwoman celebrated for her wit and fascination, born at Châlons-sur-Marne; came to Paris in the reign of Louis XIII., where her drawing-room became the rendezvous of all the celebrities of the time, many of whom were bewitched by her charms; she gave harbour to the chiefs of the Fronde, and was about to be arrested when she died; the story that her death was a feint, and that she had subsequent adventures, is distrusted; she is the subject of a drama by Victor Hugo (16121650).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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Delhi
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Delius, Nicolaus
Delia Cruscans
Dellys
Delolme, John Louis
Delorme
Delorme, Marion
Delos
Delphi
Delphin Classics
Delphine
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Deluge
Dem`ades
Demara`tus
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