Échaudé, Rue de l'. [Caen] There was a little door at the back of the house in the Rue des Récollets, giving onto the Rue de l'Échaudé. [1937-38-bay]
Écho des Sables. The Écho des Sables came out once a week, a 4-page publication, containing mostly local news [1947-VAC]
[Nice]. Féret said he'd had a call from a fishmonger, Alice Feynerou, who'd recognized the photo which had been in the Éclaireur.
Écluses-Saint-Martin, Rue des
Écluses-Saint-Martin, Rue des. [Paris. 10e, Entrepôt. from Rue de la Grange aux Belles to Quai de Jemmapes]
Dieudonné Pape, Aline Calas' lover, lived in a 5-story building, 56, Rue des Écluses-Saint-Martin, 2nd floor, on the left; three rooms: bedroom, dining room, kitchen; large store-cupboard converted into a bathroom. [1955-COR]
Éco III. A tanker, the Éco III, had arrived and entered the lock shortly before 7:00. [1930-PRO]
École de Médecine.
Dr. Bloch said he'd only been practicing in the neighborhood for three years. Hardly over 30, sallow skin, probably a morphine addict himself since the École de Médecine, M thought.
École de Médecine
École de Médecine. Policemen were checking lists of recent graduates from the École de Médecine, the Vice Squad checking for abortionists. [1951-LOG]
École des Beaux-Arts. Hélène Grossot told M her father had met some old friends from the Beaux Arts, starting meeting them in a little café in the Saint-Germain area, and taken up drinking. [1949-MME]
Jeanne Chabut said her father had a bookshop on the Rue Jacob, not far from the École des Beaux-Arts., where all the best antique shops were.
École des Chartes
École des Chartes. M had put two men to finding out about Jean Ducrau, in the Quartier Latin, the École des Chartes and at Charenton. [1933-ECL]
Prince Philippe de V--'s eldest son was a boarder at the École Normale.
École Polytechnique Écoles, Rue des
École Polytechnique. Little Janvier as M always called him, was still at the Quai. Did they still call him Little Janvier? In his last letter he'd said his daughter was engaged to a young man from the École Polytechnique. [1950-MEM]
Écoles, Rue des. [Paris. 5e, Panthéon. from Rue de Cardinal-Lemoine to Boulevard Saint-Michel]
M had taken Nicole Prieur to the Hotel de Savoie, on Rue des Écoles. Second floor, on the left, the white-haired desk clerk had said. Room 32. In the morning when M called she'd left, saying "Inspector Maigret would pay." [1964-DEF]
Ferdinand Fumal said that Roger Gaillardin, of the "Economic Agencies" might want to kill him, as he'd ruined him.
Economic Butchers. Ferdinand Fumal said "Economic Butchers" was also his, as well as Northern Butchers out of Lille, and Associated Butchers of the Rue Rambuteau in Paris. [1956-ECH]
Joseph Van Damme, who'd been doing a boring course at the School of Economics [Liège], was to revolutionize political economy.
Écouffes, Rue des
Écouffes, Rue des. [Paris. 4e, Hotel-de-Ville. from Rue de Rivoli to Rue des Rosiers]
The man [Victor Poliensky] kept on drinking, moving around a kind of center, Rue du Roi-de-Sicile, Rue des Écouffes, and the Rue de la Verrerie.
Ecuador. At At 32 Jean Ramuel left for Guayaquil, Ecuador, worked at a Franco-English mining company. There met Marie Deligeard, and together they went to London.... Marie Deligeard showed M a document in Spanish, with Ecuadorian seals, she said was their marriage certificate. [1939-MAJ]
Jenny's husband. They lived in a pretty country house in New Jersey. She tried to commit suicide when he was killed in an explosion at the laboratories where was an engineer in a petrol-refining company. [1957-SCR]
Edgar Fagonet. see: Fagonet, Edgar
Edgar Martin. see: Martin, Edgar
Ed Gollan. see: Gollan, Ed
Edna Reichberg. see: Reichberg, Edna
Eglandes, Les. see: Les Eglandes Maurice Marcia often made calls to Les Eglandes, a little village in the Oise. [1971-IND]
Église, Place de l'. [Saint-André] Canonge's house in Place de l'Église was just opposite Omer Calas' brother's grocery store. [1955-COR]
[La Rochelle] Hélène Lange's mother had kept a small dry goods store in the Place de l'Église.
Église Saint-Paul Églises, Rue des Egypt
Église Saint-Paul. Aristide Fumel had picked up Honoré Cuendet's trail. He'd been living in a little hotel in the Rue Neuve-Saint-Pierre, the Hôtel Lambert, behind the Église Saint-Paul. [1961-PAR]
Églises, Rue des. [Nantes] A telegram came from the Flying Squad at Nantes. The corpse had been identified at Dr. Émile Janin, 35, Rue des Églises, Nantes. [1940-JUG]
Egypt. Marcel Basso said he'd thought of going to Italy, or Egypt. [1931-GUI]
In the old days there were agencies in Paris to recruit artistes, like Germaine Laboine, who learnt a few dance steps and were sent off to Turkey, Egypt or Beirut, where they were employed as bar girls in cabarets. [1954-JEU]
Eiffel Tower. If a story of a suicide jumping off the Eiffel Tower appears in the papers, a rash of copycat suicides will follow. [1946-mal]
Éléonore Boursang. see: Boursang, Éléonore
Éliane Paget. see: Paget, Éliane
Elias Hansen. see: Hansen, Elias
Élise Chatrier. see: Chatrier, Élise
Elizabeth Chabot. see: Chabot, Elizabeth
Élizabeth Coumar. see: Coumar, Élizabeth
Elizabeth Radek. see: Radek, Elizabeth
Ellen Darroman. see: Darroman, Ellen
Ellen Ward. see: Ward, Ellen
Else Anderson. see: Anderson, Else
M took the bus to Rond-Point, and walked along Avenue Marigny, alongside the gardens of the Élysée Palace, the gardens of the President of the Republic.
Élysée Club. Véronique Lachaume's boyfriend was called Jacques Sainval, 44, 23 Rue de Ponthieu. His real name was Arthur Baquet, too plain for an advertising man. He handled film advertising, so he frequented Fouquet's, Maxim's, the Élysée Club... [1958-TEM]
Emden. Jean Duclos told M he was expected by learned societies in Emden, Hamburg and elsewhere. [1931-HOL]
Emergency. see Where we discover Emergency Services and those in Criminal Records... (Où l'on découvre Police-Secours et les Sommiers... ) by Murielle Wenger
One of the little lights came on in the huge map of Paris that stretched across half a wall. M's nephew, Daniel, was on duty in the Emergencies Room. M had always liked this huge room, as quiet and bare as a laboratory. [1946-mal]
Lucas called to say there'd been a message from the Emergency Office, that a man had been found dead in the Place de la Concorde, near the Quai des Tuileries, a matter for the 1st arrondissement. M was on his way... M called the Emergency Squad to have them let him know if anything came up with a man in a raincoat. [1947-MOR]
11 pm. A call from the Police Emergency Center, across the street, in the building of the municipal police, where all calls are inscribed on an illuminated board the length of the wall. The Pont-de-Flandre station has just heard there's been trouble in a bar on Rue de Crimée. [1950-MEM]
M asked the sergeant on duty if he'd alerted the Emergency Squad. [1951-LOG]
The voice at the other end of the line was Raymond, at the Exchange, an enormous room in the building where all emergency calls for the police were received. A map with little lights covered one wall. [1954-JEU]
M called the Emergency switchboard to see if any shooting had been reported. [1966-NAH]
Next door to the town hall was the villa of Monsieur Émile; admitted to 65, but looked older, very frail. Lived with his mother, old Justine, 79, well known on the Riviera. He had a little boat, fished for girelle. Émile went to the Arche de Noé the night of Marcellin's murder for his tisane. Never went to bed after 10. [1949-AMI]
Émile Boulay. see: Boulay, Émile
Émile Branchu. see: Branchu, Émile
Émile Chabot. see: Chabot, Émile
Émile Chalus. see: Chalus, Émile
Émile Chevrier. see: Chevrier, Émile
see: Ducrau, Émile
Émile Ducrau & Co
Émile Ducrau & Co. M could make out a blue enameled sign, 'Émile Durcrau & Company.' Ducrau said the boats with the blue triangle belonged to him. He had 24 tugs of the Eagle class, all the pilots in the two cafés worked for him; he had 18 barges, several storeships and two dredgers. [1933-ECL]
Émile Duffieux. see: Duffieux, Émile
Émile Gallet. see: Gallet, Émile
Émile Gautier. see: Gautier, Émile
Émile Gradut. see: Gradut, Émile
Émile Grosbois. see: Grosbois, Émile
Émile Hugon. see: Hugon, Émile
Émile Janin. see: Janin, Émile
Émile Klein. see: Klein, Émile
Émile Lentin. see: Lentin, Émile
Émile Louette. see: Louette, Billy
Émile Michonnet. see: Michonnet, Émile
Émile Parendon. see: Parendon, Émile
Émilie d'Espissac. see: Espissac, Émilie d'
Émilie Fagonet. see: Fagonet, Émilie
Émilie Mosselet. see: Mosselet, Émilie
Émilienne. Mlle. Émilienne, the assistant, sometimes came down with special customers, to show a limited edition. She'd been found dead in the boudoir, poisoned by a cup of tea. The pathologist attributed her death to an overdose of sleeping tablets. [1936-err]
Émilienne Besson. see: Besson, Émilienne
Émilie Pardon. see: Pardon, Émilie
Émilie Thouret. see: Thouret, Émilie
Émillienne Motte. see: Motte, Émillienne
arrived in Paris a few months before, worked in a dairy on Rue Caulaincourtfor M. Jules. Plump, perhaps 18, large bosom, red cheeks, bulging eyes. Had seen a tall, dark man (Justin of Toulon) with a green sportscar go into Mlle. Jeanne's apartment the day she was murdered. [1941-SIG]
Emma Aerts. see: Aerts, Emma
The waiter was summoned to the little Empire-style lounge at the end of the lobby. [1957-VOY]
The Empire sofa might have been a handsome piece if they hadn't covered it in a garish blue velvet. [1958-TEM]
M went around the Empire desk to look at the man more closely. [1966-NAH]
Engels. Engels, Spinoza, Kierkegaard, St. Augustine, Karl Marx, Father Sertillange, Saint-Simon. Lapointe had made a list of some of the authors of the books in Jules Piquemal's room. [1954-MIN]
Enghien. [Montmorency. Commune, Val-de-Oise dept., N France, 9 mi N of Paris. pop. 1968: 18,691. Until the Revolution called Enghien.]
Félix Nahour gambled in casinos at Deauville, Cannes, Évian, Enghien in the winter. For a year or two, before Castro, he was techinical adviser and probably an associate of the casino in Havana. [1966-NAH]
Bob Mandille guessed Walter Carus had been at Enghien if he hadn't been in Paris. Said Nora was a great gambler, and that last year at Cannes she'd lost heavily.
Enghien, Rue d'
Enghien, Rue d'. [Paris. 10e, Entrepôt. from Rue du Faubourg-Saint-Denis to Rue du Faubourg-Poissonière]
Where the offices of the Parisien Libéré were located. It was not much more than half an hour's walk from the Rue d'Enghien to the Boulevard Richard-Lenoir.
England. Walter Lampson's yacht was the Southern Cross. He said he always lived on it, in France, England, sometimes Italy. [1930-PRO]
I'm afraid my daughter takes after her father... she let herself become involved with an unscrupulous individual who's taken her off to England, where he's obtained a marriage license..." [1948-PRE]
Mrs. Muriel Britt, the old Englishwoman, had chosen to disappear. She'd come to Paris with 52 others, a group the travel agents assemble in England, America, Canada or elsewhere, and take to Paris for a week. [1956-ECH]
The huge library at the mayor's house had exposed ceiling beams, like in an English manor house. [1931-JAU]
Conrad Popinga had spoken English and German fluently.... Beetje Liewens wrote that she had some English books and was studying.... Pijpekamp told M the compass on Oosting's ship had come from a Swedish ship, the life preservers from an English collier. [1931-HOL]
The waiter said there was a car at Yport which took people to Fécamp or Étretat, but some English people had hired it. He said Adèle Noirhomme and the man, the couple, had probablly come from Le Havre. [1931-REN]
James said he'd been reading an English novel.... M had Janvier try to locate Lola, who'd been at the Bar des Églantiers. M said for all he knew she may have married an English lord by now. [1931-GUI]
Marie Vassilief arrived by taxi. She was tall and very beautiful, with perhaps artificially fair hair. She started talking in English.... A salesman accosted passersby, a winter overcoat, fine English cloth from 200 francs. [1932-FIA]
They were speaking English on the deck of the steamer. [1932-POR]
Dr. Jacques Rivaud lived in an English-style cottage almost on the edge of town.... Joséphine Beausoleil said she'd had her first daughter, now Germaine Rivaud, in Cairo. Her father was an English officer. [1932-FOU]
An Englishman, very drunk, passed in front of M. [1934-MAI]
The young man opposite M was soberly dressed, more like an Englishman than a Parisian. [1936-pei]
Two old English ladies had several pairs of silk stockings they were planning to smuggle through customs. [1937-38-eto]
A good many English travelers turned around and went back to their hotels. [1937-38-man]
M had chosen a striped tie in the colors of an English university. [1938-owe]
M had to make a double effort to understand, because he had had no opportunity to practice spoken English since he had been in high school. Words escaped him and turns or phrase eluded him. [1949-CHE]
Théo Besson was coming down the street, about 50, wearing a tweed suit which made him look English.... Théo Besson had adopted a style -- probably had been impressed by an English aristocrat once. [1949-DAM]
Marinette Augier's father was an English teacher at the lycée in Grenoble, mother a matron in a day nursery... Norris Jonker spoke in English on the phone. M's schoolboy English was far from adequate. It had been of little use to him in London, still less on the two occasions he had visited the US. [1963-FAN]
One room of Maurice Marcia's house was in the English style. The humidor must have contained expensive Havana cigars.... The two English people who came in were served long before M and Janvier at the Sardine. [1971-IND]
M looked at the titles of some of the books in the study. Many were in English.... Marcel Lenoir said that one of his girls had become an English duchess.... Nathalie Sabin-Levesque sometimes went to the Pickwick, an English pub in the Rue de Ponthieu. [1972-CHA]
James Stuart lived on the fifth floor right at Aline's. Englishman, bachelor. Frequent visits to Cannes, Monte Carlo, Deauville, Biarritz and the Swiss resorts in the winter.
Entrepôt Légal. The Boulevard Richard-Lenoir was deserted, and across the street, above the main gate of the warehouse, the words Entrepôt Légal, Fils et Cie stood out in pitch black letters. M saw the two woman come out of the house to the left of it. [1950-noe]
Épernay. [commune, NE France, Marne dept. pop. 1968: 26,583. on the Marne river 21 mi. WNW of Châlkons-sur-Marne.]
Ephraim Gorskin. see: Gorskin, Ephraim
see: Graphopoulos, Ephriam
Épicerie Peeters Épinal
Épicerie Peeters. The Peeters' shop on Meuse road was the Épicerie Peeters. [1932-FLA]
Épinal. [commune, NE France, capital, Vosges dept. pop. 1968: 36,856. on Moselle R. 65 mi. E of Chaumont.]
There was a message on his desk from Mme M: Élise has arrived from Épinal with her husband and the children. I've asked them all to stay to dinner. They've brought some cèpes.
Epinay. Mlle. Berthe, the cashier at the Café des Ministères, left at 10:50 to catch her bus to Epinay, where she lived. [1946-obs]
Equatorial Africa. [French Equatorial Africa. Former federation of French possessions, W cen. Africa, consisting of Chad, Gabon, Middle Congo (now Congo), and Ubangi-Shari (now Central African Republic). Independent since 1960.]
Erasmus. The Judge said Erasmus had needed little sleep, as had Voltaire, and he himself. [1946-cho]
Eriau. Eriau was in charge of checking out the yellow Citroëns. [1947-MOR]
Eric Cornal. see: Cornal, Eric
Erna Bolton. see: Bolton, Erna
The Hôtel Beauséjour was wedged between a shoeshop and a pork butcher's. At the reception desk was a monstrously fat man in a high-backed chair. Ernest, the porter, said he'd given the key to a dark girl he hadn't known... [1942-FEL]
M spoke to M. Jean, the proprieter of the Cadran. He hadn't known Albert Rochain, known as Little Albert. He said that an old waiter, Ernest, had known him, but he'd gone back to the Dordogne. [1947-MOR]
Ernest, the bell-captain at Claridge's, told M Countess Panetti had left her heavy luggage and gone off with Krynker. Recognized Alfred Moss' picture as Paterson, and as Mosselaer when he had been working in Milan at least 15 years earlier. [1949-MME]
Ernest Borms. see: Borms, Ernest
Ernest Combarieu. see: Combarieu, Ernest
Ernest Descharneau. see: Descharneau, Ernest
Ernest Filon. see: Filon, Ernest
Ernest Forrentin. see: Forrentin, Ernest
Ernest Grandmaison. see: Grandmaison, Ernest
Ernestine Jussiaume. see: Jussiaume, Ernestine
Ernestine Micou. see: Micou, Ernestine
Ernest Lapie. see: Lapie, Ernest
Ernest Malik. see: Malik, Ernest
Ernest Michoux. see: Michoux, Ernest
Ernesto Esperanza. see: Esperanza, Ernesto
Ernie. Léontine Faverges' neighbor across the hall, Solange Lorris, a dressmaker, a customer of hers, Mme. Ernie of Rue Saint-Georges, had seen a man in the hall that day in a navy-colored suit and a chestnut-colored belted raincoat. [1959-ASS]
Ernst Marek. see: Marek, Ernst
Ernst Owen. see: Owen, Ernst
see: Strowitz, Ernst
Erquelines. Things were always happening on the 106, a train which leaves Berlin at 11 a.m. with one or two coaches from Warsaw, passes through Liège at 23:44, and reaches Erquelines at 1:57 a.m. [1936-arr]
Escargot. Oscar had dinner once a week in Paris, at the Escargot on the Rue de la Bastille. Then he'd go to the Ambigu Theatre and stay at the Hôtel Rambuteau in the Rue de Rivoli. [1931-NUI]
Esparbès. Mme Esparbès had seen the murder from her window. 72, lived alone, husband had been an officer. [1969-TUE]
Espissac, Émilie d'.
Wife of Honoré de Boissancourt, killed in a riding accident. Aline Calas ' mother.
Essonne. [dept, N France pop. 1968: 674,157. (River, N France, rises in Loiret dept., flows N to the Seine at Corbeil-Essones, about 56 mi. long.)]
Estelle Japy. see: Japy, Estelle
Estireau, Bernadette d'.
Maxime Le Bret's wife was supposed to have tea with Lise Gendreau-Balthazar and the Comtesse Bernadette d'Estireau at the Pihan Tearooms in the Rue du Faubourg-Saint-Honoré.
Estonia. Pietr was of uncertain nationality, but Nordic origin, probably Latvian or Estonian. Spoke Russian, French, English and German fluently.... Pietr glanced through several papers in the Majestic Hotel lobby, paying special attention to the Revaler Bote, an Estonian periodical.... Pskov was in Russia. M had looked it up in an atlas. Near the Baltic. Several little countries there, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, encircled by Poland and Russia.... and there Jews as well, scattered everywhere.... Pietr Johansson, president of the Ugala club at Tartu University, was being thought of as a future statesman in an independent Estonia. [1929-30-LET]
Étampes. [commune, N France, Essone dept. pop. 1968: 16,493. 30 mi. SSW of Paris.]
Carl Andersen had said he lived with his sister Else Andersen, in a country house on the main road from Paris to Étampes, two miles from Arpajon, at the Three Widows Crossroads.
Etats-Unis, Boulevard des Etex, Rue
Etats-Unis, Boulevard des. [Vichy] Dr. Rian in Vichy lived in an elegant red brick house in Boulevard des Etats-Unis. Maybe a little too Edwardian, but with a certain grandeur. [1967-VIC]
Etex, Rue. [Paris. 18e, Butte-Montmartre. from Rue de Maistre to Avenue de Saint-Ouen]
Étienne Gossard. see: Gossard, Étienne
Étienne Gouin. see: Gouin, Étienne
Étienne Jolivet. see: Jolivet, Étienne
Étienne Lapie. see: Lapie, Étienne
Etienne Monfils. see: Monfils, Etienne
see: Naud, Étienne
Étoile. [Paris. 16e, Passy. from Champs Elysées to Avenue de la Grande Armée]
[Paris. 16e, Passy. from Champs Élysées to Avenue de la Grande Armée]
Léon Zirkt drove a couple to the Étoile. Going through the Place Saint-Augustin, he saw Louise Laboine walking towards the Boulevard Haussmann, towards the Champs-Élysées. When he dropped them at the corner of the Boulevard Haussmann and Rue du Faubourg-Saint-Honoré, he saw her still walking. [1954-JEU]
Oscar Coutant told M that Nicole Prieur was in what they called the Étoile set, drove to school in Jaguars and Ferraris. Most of the group lived near the Arc de Triomphe, Avenue Foch, and so on. [1964-DEF]
Then one day, Gérard Sabin-Levesque had left to go and play the part of M. Charles again, in the Étoile district.
Étoile des Tetrons Étoile du Nord Étoile, Hôtel de l' Étoile, Place de l'
Étoile des Tetrons. M got directions to Au Bon Vivant: Go through the next grade crossing in the direction of Étoile des Tetrons. Make sure not to take the road to Château de la Muette, but the one just before it... [1951-LOG]
Étoile du Nord. M answered the call, from Pierre at Emergencies [Emergency] about a crime in the hotel Étoile du Nord. ... It was a typical drab 4th-rate hotel, as found near all stations. No 32, third floor. [1937-38-eto]
Étoile, Hôtel de l'. see: Hôtel de l'Étoile
Étoile, Place de l'. [Paris. 17e, Batignolles-Monceau - 17e, Batignolles-Monceau. from Avenue Champs-Élysées to Avenue de la Grande-Armée]
Janvier had brought inspectors Baron and Vacher to Manuel Palmari's.... Vacher drove Aline to the QDO. M told him to take Avenue de la Grande-Armée, around Place de l'Étoile, to go down the Champs-Élysées . The last time for a long time Aline would see such sights. [1965-PAT]
The Étoile Polaire was a filthy barge owned by a Belgian from Tilleur, near Liège.
Étoile, Rue de l'
Étoile, Rue de l'. [Paris. 17e, Batignolles-Monceau. from Avenue Wagram to Avenue Mac-Mahon]
The girl said there was a doctor in the Rue de l'Étoile. [1948-PRE]
Ferdinand Fumal's mistress was Martine Gilloux, who he'd set up in a flat in the Rue de l'Étoile…. Rose, probably 60 by now, hadn't changed much since she'd kept a discreet brothel on the Rue Notre-Dame-de-Lorette, and M had rescued her from an awkward situation. He hadn't expected to find her running this hotel in the Rue de l'Étoile. [1956-ECH]
Alfred Meurant was well-known in certain districts, particularly around Place des Ternes and the neighborhood of Porte Saint-Denis. He'd registered at a small hotel on Rue de l'Étoile, among others. [1959-ASS]
Jean-Loup Pernelle whispered to M that he'd remembered that Manuel Palmari owned a hotel on Rue de l'Étoile, the Hôtel Bussière or Hôtel Bessière.
Eton. Willy Marco said he was educated at Eton, like the Prince of Wales. If they'd been the same age they'd have been friends. [1930-PRO]
Someone called up the the Providence to move up, that the Étourneau had given up its turn.
Étretat. [town, N France, Seine-Maritime dept. pop. 1962: 1,543. on coast N of Le Havre. resort.]
M had taken the métro to Gare Saint-Lazare at 5:00, as he hadn't found a taxi, left the Paris-Le Havre train at a small, depressing station, Bréauté-Beuzeville, where he waited for his connection to Étretat.... All the Étretat holiday makers were waiting for the green flash of the sunset. [1949-DAM]
Léontine Antoine and her second husband, Joseph Antoine, had taken their summer vacations somewhere near Étretat.
Étretat, Rue d'
Étretat, Rue d'. [Fécamp] The captain, Octave Fallut, had boarded with a widow in the Rue d'Étretat. He'd been sailing for La Morue Française for 15 years. [1931-REN]
Eucalyptus. Blanc said Alfred Meurant was living in a boarding house called the Eucalyptus [les Eucalyptus], quite a way outside Toulon on the hill between Faron and La Vallette. There were quite a few like it between Marseilles and Menton. The owner was Freddo Lisca. [1959-ASS]
Louise Laboine hadn't stopped till she reached the corner of the Rue Caumartin and the Rue Saint-Lazare. The waiter who served her was Eugène, bald, lived in Bécon-les-Bruyères, and had a daughter about her age. [1954-JEU]
Eugène Benoît. see: Benoît, Eugène
Eugène Berniard. see: Berniard, Eugène
Eugène Cornille. see: Cornille, Eugène
Eugène Devries. see: Devries, Eugène
Eugène Labri. see: Labri, Eugène
Eugène Lotard. see: Lotard, Eugène
Eugène Rougier. see: Rougier, Eugène
see: Baffoin, Eugénie
Eugénie, Empress. [in full Eugénie, Comtesse (countess) de Teba, original name Eugénia Maria De Montijo de Guzman (b. May 5, 1826, Granada, Spain--d. July 11, 1920, Madrid), wife of Napoleon III and empress of France (1853-70), who came to have an important influence on her husband's foreign policy.]
see: Vignolet, Eugénie
Eugines Europe, Place de l'
Eugines. A sanatarium had been built at Clairfond, in Haute-Savoie, between Eugines and Megève, at an elevation of 4,500 feet, as a home for abandoned children. [1954-MIN]
Europe, Place de l'. [Paris. 8e, Élycée. from Rue de Londres to Rue de Leningrad]
Eusebio Fualdès. see: Fualdès, Eusebio
Évariste Cornu. see: Cornu, Évariste
Évariste Heurtin. see: Heurtin, Évariste
Évariste Maigret. see: Maigret, Évariste
Evariste Point. see: Point, Evariste
Évelina Nahour. see: Nahour, Évelina
Évelina Wiemers. see: Wiemers, Évelina
Éveline Jave. see: Jave, Éveline
Éveline Le Guérec. see: Le Guérec, Éveline
see: Schneider, Éveline
Every Man his Own Doctor Évian
Every Man his Own Doctor. There were some books in Honoré Cuendet's room in the Hôtel Lambert, Impressions of a Traveler in Italy and Every Man his Own Doctor (published in 1899), and an adventure story. [1961-PAR]
Évian. [Haute-Savoie, E France, commune dept. pop. 1962: 5,200. on S shore of Lake of Geneva. fashionable health resort.]
Félix Nahour gambled in casinos at Deauville, Cannes, Évian, Enghien in the winter. For a year or two, before Castro, he was techinical adviser and probably an associate of the casino in Havana.... Maurice Nahour had met Félix Nahour and his wife at Évian, when he was there taking the cure.
Evreux. [commune, N France, capital, Eure dept. pop. 1968: 42,550. 55 mi. WNW of Paris]
Half an hour later, when the train reached Evreux, it was quite dark. [1932-POR]
"The local Superintendent has just arrived. The Examining Magistrate should be here at any moment." [1938-owe]
The visit from the Public Prosecutor's Office had been short, and the Examining Magistrate, Bonneau, had given M free hand, as usual. ... M knew the magistrate, Bonneau, a man of integrity, a good family man, collected rare editions. Fine, square-cut gray beard. M had once accompanied him on a raid of a gambling house. He hadn't known what a baccarat table was.... Oswald Clark went to the Avenue Friedland to see a lawyer, finally to the Palais de Justice to see the Examining Magistrate, Bonneau.... Bonneau, the magistrate said he wanted M to call him, at home till 8:00 at Turbigo 25-62. Then dinner at some friends, Galvani 47-53. [1939-MAJ]
Coméliau was the Examining Magistrate on the Louis Thouret case. Judge Coméliau was usually not so affable.... Jef Schrameck asked M if Examining Magistrate Coméliau was a little dark man with a toothbrush mustache. [1952-BAN]
M went by to report to the Chief of Police on the Quai de Valmy case. Afterwards, he headed for the little connecting door which led to the Public Prosecutions, passing through the Examining Magistrate's wing. [1955-COR]
The Examining Magistrate was M. Angelot. The deputy from the Public Prosecutor's said he was going back to the Palais de Justice, but Angelot said he'd prefer to stay. He was of the new school, regarding an investigation as the affair of the Examining Magistrate from start to finish, with the role fot he police reduced to obeying his instructions. [1958-TEM]
M said his investigation had the consent of the Director of Police Headquarters. The Public Prosecutor's office had not been informed, and he had only mentioned it to the Examining Magistrate in passing. He was not acting on his instructions, nor on those of the Attorney General. [1959-ASS]
As they reached the Quai des Célestins, Parrain, the Deputy Public Prosecutor, and Dantziger, the Examining Magistrate, arrived from the Palais de Justice at the same time by car.... One day, when a penniless and insignificant fellow had been killed in equally mysterious circumstances, M had said to the Examining Magistrate, "The have-nots just don't get murdered." [1962-CLO]
Daumas was appointed as the Examining Magistrate for the Antoinette Vague case by the Public Prosecutor's Office. M had worked with him several times, a pleasant man, a little on the timid side, about 40. [1968-HES]
The Examining Magistrate was Bouteille, about 50. M had known him a long time.
Excelsior. M, for three days, had been living in a palace, the Excelsior, on the Croisette in Cannes. [1938-owe]
see: Emergency Room
Exelmans, Boulevard. [Paris. 16e, Passy. from Quai Louis-Blériot to Rue d'Auteuil]
Eyraud, Pierre. They tried the first boarding house, the Hôtel du Var. Pierrot [Pierre Eyraud] was staying there. His real name was Pierre Eyraud, 29, born in Paris. The old woman at the desk said he always came in with Lulu [Louise Filon].... Pierre Eyraud was first arrested at 20 in a brawl in a bar on the Rue de Flandre. Some time later he'd been dependent on a girl named Ernestine. [1953-TRO]
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