The address on the note was to a street at some distance, on the other side of the Seine.
The Venus de Medici has at last found her way down the Seine.
So we saw the world those days in the radiant city on the Seine.
As a matter of course, the Seine will be in the middle, broad, immense.'
Their rotten boat, staved in, had gone to the bottom of the Seine.
She walked on yet more slowly, watching the Seine as it flowed past.
At Vernon, his sickly condition did not permit him, when a child, to go and dabble in the Seine.
Henry had now the entire command of the Seine from Rouen to Paris.
Why, throw myself in the Seine, to be sure; that's all that is left for me to do.
The Mayflower, too, must get free from the seine, and try to make Valencia.