It was the same under the Empire, in spite of numerous essays from the Boulogne school and elsewhere.
They were part of the grande arme under orders for Boulogne.
Peasants, alarmed by the reports of Uhlans seen at Arras and near Boulogne, were in full flight.
I start for town at once, and shall be at Boulogne to-morrow.
The camp at Boulogne was erected on the sea-side, and resembled a long and regularly-built city.
Away I went to Boulogne, and walked up and down outside the "Louvre."
And yet I have decided to go straight to Boulogne, and across the Channel.
My brother came to France, and I went to Boulogne to meet him.
Charles Churchill, the celebrated English poet, died at Boulogne.
So, five days after the fall of Boulogne, he made his peace with Francis.