Boii, an ancient people of Gaul, occupying territory between the Allier and the Loire.
I had crossed the Loire the day before; now I was to cross the Allier; so near are these two confluents in their youth.
Of that over the Allier and of the Parisian one, some of the ancient piles have been found in the bed of the rivers.
I was soon out of the cultivated basin of the Allier, and away from the ploughing oxen and such-like sights of the country.
A short distance to the south on the same side are the sources of the Allier and Lot.
Before it lies the valley of the Allier and the great rugged mountains of Auvergne.
He sat for Allier and was one of the fifteen officers chosen to assist in the peace negotiations.
In the month of August, 1887, lightning struck the belfry of the church at Abrest (Allier), carrying off part of the roof.
Pradelles stands on a hillside, high above the Allier, surrounded by rich meadows.
Allier, a confluent of the river Loire, in France, near Nevers; also the department through which it flows.