SANDOZ (MADAME HENRIETTE), wife of the preceding. She was an orphan,
the daughter of a small shop-keeper, without a penny, but pretty and
intelligent. She occupied herself much with the affairs of the kitchen,
being specially proud of some of her dishes. Even later, when the family
was more prosperous and had removed to a large flat in Rue de Londres,
Henriette continued to take personal charge, out of affection for her
husband, whose only fault was a tendency to gluttony. L'Oeuvre.