Pelet de la Lozere, Opinions de Napoleon sur divers sujets de politique et d'administration (Paris, 1833); Damas-Hinard, Napoleon, ses opinions et jugements sur les hommes et sur les chores (2 vols., Paris, 1838); L.
Damas Hinard has published the poem, with a literal French translation and notes, and John Hookham Frere has rendered it into English with extraordinary spirit and fidelity.
In 333 he married the widow of his patron Damas, a distinguished and wealthy citizen.
His father was Lieutenant-General Charles Daniel de Talleyrand-Perigord, and his mother was Alexandrine (nee) de Damas Antigny.
"Why do you not eat the damas?" asked the woman's voice.
The birds we cannot see, because they love to eat of the damas as much as we do; yet we hear their sweet songs and enjoy them.
"Those are damas," said Dorothy, "and you must never even taste them, Eureka, or you'll get invis'ble, and then we can't see you at all."
Fruits and flowers grew plentifully all about, and there were many of the delicious damas that the people of Voe were so fond of.