I shall tell you later when I have deciphered his cartouche.
Cartouche, as usual, was fixed upon; and in the tick of his bed, lo!
"Give him another ball," said Cartouche; and another was fired into him.
XX, 29, is perhaps a name compounded with that of a king, the latter being in a cartouche.
The name in a cartouche seems to be Ka-kau-ra, which is not that of a known king.
It is a cartouche, and those are hieroglyphics—his name in Egyptian.
You agree that Cartouche is your real name and not a nickname?
But you have also the soul of Cartouche, which is detestable.
But my annoyance turned to fury when I learnt that the mask of Cartouche was not there.
Once upon a time your name was Cartouche, but now it is Theophrastus Longuet.