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. Paris and its story, by T. Okey; illustrated by Katherine Kimball & O. F. M. Ward . NOTRE DAME, SOUTH SIDE. Chanoinesse, and at No. 9 Quai aux Fleurs an inscriptionmarks the site of the house of Heloise and Abelard. TheRue and Pont dArcole have cleared away the old church ofSt. Landry and the port of that name, where up to thereign of Louis XIII. a market was held, at which foundlingchildren from the hospital on the Parvis could be boughtfor thirty sous. The scandal was abolished by the efforts. Versailles—Bassin de NeptUxNE. THE CITE 283 of the gentle St. Vincent de Paul, Anne of Austriasconfessor. Until comparatively recent times the church ofSt. Marine was used as a joiners workship, and one ofthe chapels of the Madeleine, the parish church of thewater-sellers, served as a wine merchants store ! Andwhere are the Sanctuaries of Ste. Genevieve des Ardents,St. Pierre aux Liens, St. Denis de la Chartre, St. Ger-main le Vieux, St. Aignan, Ste. Croix, St. Symphorien,St. Martial, St. Bartholomew, and the church of theBarnabites, which replaced that of St. Anne, which replacedthe old abbey church of St. Eloy, all clustering aroundtheir parent church of Our Lady, like nuns under theirpatroness mantle ? Some remains of the pavement of St.Aignans, with the almost effaced lineaments and inscriptionson the flat tombstones of those, now forgotten, who in theirday were doubtless famous churchmen, may be seen in thecourt of No. 26 Rue Chanoinesse ; but the only ancientbuildings that res