She suffered from alcohol and drugs problems which led her to open a centre for addicts in Soissons, near Paris.
This assignment of Luidhard to the bishopric of Soissons may perhaps be explained by an interesting story.
Soissons, the other primitive example, is at once a surprise and a disappointment.
The first large movement in 1915 began on January 8, at Soissons.
Somebody had dope this morning that we'd leave here for Soissons to-morrow.
He lived in a house belonging to her, the hotel de Soissons; she made him her supreme adviser.
With thumb and forefinger I could have spanned the distance between Soissons and Laon.
His answer was negative and dry, saying they might remove themselves, if they pleased, to Noyon or Soissons.
Soissons had joined the party against him, but as usual Richelieu had the king's ear.
Soissons is half surrounded by the Aisne, and stands on a fine plain, upon which the Russians displayed.