The following is an extract from the Temps of November 11, 1872.
The absinthe is made, the cigarette glows, and the Temps has important news.
Papers like the Temps called upon the government to dissolve the Confederation.
The Temps of this evening takes the same view of the proclamation.
And there were a few, very few, journals who were impartial and fair to the end, among them the Libert and the Temps.
It is entitled "Temps Fabuleux," an historical and dogmatic treatise on the true religion.
As well essay to learn a sparrow to sing, ‘J’ay tout perdu mon temps.
In some years the news-stand sale of the Temps Nouveaux, for instance, has been nine-tenths of the whole circulation.
There was so much mourning now and according to the Temps, the war was hardly begun.
M. de Sarcey, in the Temps of to-day, enters into a lengthy argument to prove that the Parisians are heroic.