They remained together for about two years, and after her return to Paris she reopened her salon of "La chevrette."
We both went to the chevrette; we sometimes met there by appointment.
M. D'Epinay, wishing to add a wing which was wanting to the chateau of the chevrette, was at an immense expense in completing it.
Fetes were given at the chevrette for which I composed music.
I had had so many flying about my ears the night we took the chevrette that I had got quite accustomed to them.
This however existed even at the chevrette, and in the mind of M. d'Epinay himself.
The park or garden of Montmorency is not a plain, like that of the chevrette.
One day, little thinking of what was to happen, Madam d'Epinay sent for me to the chevrette.