My husband is at once attacked by the emissaries of the court party and by those of the party of Maillart.
Can Maillart be jealous of my uncle, the friend of his childhood!
The orders of the Sire of Charny and Maillart were carried out.
Above all, let him be on his guard against Councilman Maillart.
Maillart, who had been won over by the Dauphin, had preceded him.
"The envy and pride that devour her have lost Maillart," rejoined the provost.
But the rage of Maillart and of the Sire of Charny was not yet appeased.
If it were otherwise, Maillart would be the vilest of men, and that I am not ready to believe.
Maillart advises your husband to secretly leave Paris this very night.
All I maintain is that, put in the place of Marcel, Maillart would have done as well.