She kept up her relation with the family of Montaigne, and went on a visit to them in Guyenne, where she remained fifteen months.
I have the lieutenancy of Guyenne, but how long I am to have it is the question.
But the terms of peace were not to the taste of the enterprising and self-reliant Huguenots of Languedoc and Guyenne.
Colbert labored to increase the receipts; the new imposts excited insurrections in Angoumois, in Guyenne, in Brittany.
The father of Agrippa d'Aubign was, as his son informs us, one of the commissioners sent on this occasion to Guyenne.
I will relate a story on this subject respecting a bourgeoise of Guyenne and the Sire de Beaumanoir.
The men were all well mounted, and would not delay; and when once across the frontier of Guyenne, no escort would be needed.
"I also am from Guyenne, like my companion," came from another Huguenot.
The conquest of Guyenne, which was undertaken immediately after that of Normandy, was at the outset more easy and more speedy.
But Guyenne was far away, and perhaps no one at Domremy knew that it had once been a part of the domain of the kings of France.