Sodom and Gomorrah IV pp 484-89

p 484 | Archangel Michael at the  Abbey on the Mount (Abbey of Mont Saint-Michel).

p 484 | Offertory= the offering of bread and wine to God as part of the Communion ceremony during a Christian church service.

p 485 | Palestrinising= playing sacred music by Giovanni da Palestrina.
p 485 | Whist: English card game, played by 4 players in 2 partnerships.

p 486 | Célestine Galli-Marié (1840-1905), French mezzo-soprano who created the title role in the opera Carmen

p 487 | Charles Jacques Bouchard (1837-1915), doctor and pathologist. 

Jean-Martin Charcot (1825–93) was a French neurologist and professor of anatomical pathology. Known as the founder of modern neurology. As a teacher, Charcot famously influenced students such as Freud, William James, Alfred Binet & Bouchard. 

p 488 |  Dr. Gabriel Bouffe de Saint-Blaise, Parisian doctor (b. 1862); Dr. Maurice Edme Courtois-Suffit, French doctor (1861-1947) (Thanks to M. Patrice Louis at Le fou de Proust)

p 489 | Trional (sedative drug) introduced in 1888.