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Urbain Grandier

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Urbain Granadier was not satisfied with the arrogant demonstration by which he signalized his return, which even his friends had felt to be ill advised; instead of allowing the hate he had aroused to die away or at least to fall asleep by letting the past be past, he continued with more zeal than ever his proceedings against Duthibaut, and succeeded in obtaining a decree from the Parliament of La Tournelle.

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