He was now collecting masterpieces of the Spanish school of painting, which were destined to adorn the saloons of the Tuileries.
After this visit the Czar went to say goodbye to the King at the Tuileries.
They occupied a superb mansion, with extensive grounds, full of splendid trees like those in the Tuileries gardens.
The detachment of the King's guards returned to the Tuileries.
It has struck eight, on all clocks, some minutes ago: the King has left the Tuileries—for ever.
The windows of the Tuileries were ornamented, and were filled with people.
That very evening he set out by the passage-boat, and arrived in Paris on the very night of the ball at the Tuileries.
He had been saved from the fury of the populace in the courtyard of the Tuileries.
A few days later came the news of the invasion of the Tuileries.
Our progress from the Tuileries to my sister's house was most distressing.
former palace in Paris, begun by Catherine de Medici, 1564; so called because it was built on the site of an ancient tile-works, from Old French tieule "tile," from Latin tegula (see tile (n.)). The former residence of the royal court, it was destroyed by fire in 1871 and now is the site of the Jardin des Tuileries.