At two o'clock in the morning, our four adventurers left Paris by the Barriere
He knew, that I should arrive to-day at ten o'clock; he was waiting for me at nine at the Barriere
On approaching an outpost near the Barriere des Sergens, the sentinel cried out, "Who's there?
Come, Guitant, come along, and let's see if they keep watch at the Quinze-Vingts as at the Barriere des Sergens.
They went to live, like dove-turtles, near the barriere
de Courcelles, in a little apartment at three hundred francs a year, with white cotton curtains to the windows, a Scotch paper costing fifteen sous a roll on the walls, brick floors well polished, walnut furniture in the parlor, and a tiny kitchen that was very clean.
We went through the formalities of the custom-houses, or barrieres, the same day, and the next morning we were all transferred to a celebrated shop that dealt in articles of our genus.
Picardie = province of France, north of Evreux; barrieres = gates at the edge of Paris, where local customs duties were collected; magazin = shop; fiacre = a kind of carriage; Douane = customs house; confidential commissionaire = special messenger}
Hector Jerome, a negotiator and spokesman for Barriere
Lake, had a different version of events.
HE may have an unfavourable draw but confidence is high in the Godolphin camp over hot Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe-Lucien Barriere
JOHANNESBURG, who is already the ante-post favourite for the Sagitta 2000 Guineas, puts his unbeaten record on the line in the Prix Morny Casinos Barriere
at Deauville today.
EUROPE'S - and Asia's - finest are set to go to post for the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe Lucien Barriere
at Longchamp next Sunday and an intriguing contest is in store.
The robbers then ordered everyone to lie on the floor and demanded money, Barriere