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  • Britannica, Volume 22 Pyrénées-Orientales 20409001911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 22 — Pyrénées-Orientales PYRÉNÉES-ORIENTALES, a department of
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  • a watering-place of south-western France, in the department of Pyrénées-Orientales, at the junction of the Mondony with the Tech, 28½ m. S.S.W. of Perpignan
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  • vote of the Constituent Assembly in 1849. The department of the Pyrénées Orientales now elected him to the Assembly, but he rarely made his appearance
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  • PORT-VENDRES, a seaport of south-western France, in the department of Pyrénées-Orientales, in an inlet of the Mediterranean Sea, 19½ m. S.S.E. of Perpignan
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  • was returned to the National Assembly for the department of the Pyrénées Orientales, but he resigned the seat on the plea of old age. At this period
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  • Thisbe Pyrargyrite Pyrazines, Piazines Pyrazoles Pyrene Pyrenees Pyrénées-Orientales Pyrethrum Pyrgi Pyrgos Pyridine Pyrimidines Pyrites Pyritz Pyrocatechin
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  • scholar, born at Lacam, Lot, 20 July 1840; died at Amélie-les-Bains, Pyrénées-Orientales, 14 Jan., 1890. His secondary studies were made at the petite sé
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  • bishop and writer; b. at Poligny (Jura), 1798; d. at Perpignan (Pyrénées Orientales), 1864. He studied at the Académie and the Grand-Séminaire of Besançon
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  • College of Tournon, then at Lyons. He served in the army of the Pyrénées-Orientales. Under the Directory Fouche, an ex-Oratorian, attached him to his
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  • Hérault and Tarn, N.W. by Haute-Garonne, W. by Ariège, and S. by Pyrénées-Orientales. The department is traversed on its western boundary from S. to N
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  • Pyrénées-Orientales
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  • the department of Haute-Garonne, N.E. and E. by Aude, and S.E. by Pyrénées-Orientales. It embraces the old countship of Foix, and a portion of Languedoc
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  • Goyau (Perpinianum.) Comprises the Department of Pyrénées Orientales; created by the union of the ancient See of Elne, part of the Diocese
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  • lowlands at its feet. In the Basses Pyrénées are the Basques, in Pyrénées Orientales are the Catalonians, speaking a dialect of the Spanish of Barcelona
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  • iron-producing regions of the world. The other chief producers were Pyrénées-Orientales, Calvados, Haute-Marne (Vassy) and Saône-et-Loire (Mazenay and Change)
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  • some success. He was less fortunate when commanding an army in the Pyrénées Orientales; he met with defeat at Trouillas, and was relieved of his charge
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  • 1830 M. Arago became a member of the Chamber of Deputies for the Pyrénées-Orientales. He took his seat on the Extreme Left, and became a conspicuous advocate
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  • the famous ‘Pont du Diable’ in what is now the department of the Pyrénées Orientales, but was formerly the province of Rousillon, to learn that the precise
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  • the pools of St. Nazaire and Salces, nor any other relic of the Pyrénées-Orientales could be traced. The picturesque Narbonne, beautiful with its alternate
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  • illustrated in our portrait. Especially is this true in the department of Pyrenées-Orientales, shown on our map by the banded white area. This is the only part
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