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The daughters of Louis XV (mesdames de France)

Author: Casimir Stryienski; Cranstoun Metcalfe
Publisher: New York, Brentano's; London, Chapman & Hall, [1912]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"The appellation of "Mesdames" remained in history because of particular genealogical, political, and strategic circumstances that caused many of the eight daughters that Louis XV had with Marie Leszczynska to remain at the French court, including: Marie Louise Élisabeth of France (1727 - 1759), Madame Henriette Anne de France (1727 - 1752), her twin, entitled Madame Seconde, then Madame after the marriage of her  Read more...
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Stryienski, Casimir, 1853-1912.
Daughters of Louis XV.
New York, Brentano's; London, Chapman & Hall, [1912]
(OCoLC)796387550
Named Person: Louis, King of France; House of Bourbon
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Casimir Stryienski; Cranstoun Metcalfe
OCLC Number: 289401
Description: xi, 361 pages illustrations 23 cm
Responsibility: tr. from the French of Casimir Stryieński, by Cranstoun Metcalfe. ̋

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"The appellation of "Mesdames" remained in history because of particular genealogical, political, and strategic circumstances that caused many of the eight daughters that Louis XV had with Marie Leszczynska to remain at the French court, including: Marie Louise Élisabeth of France (1727 - 1759), Madame Henriette Anne de France (1727 - 1752), her twin, entitled Madame Seconde, then Madame after the marriage of her twin sister Marie Louise de France (1728 - 1733), Madame Troisième, then Madame Louise Marie Adélaïde de France (1732 - 1800), Madame Quatrième, then Madame Troisième, then Madame Adélaïde and finally Madame, after the death of Madame Henriette Marie Louise Thérèse Victoire de France (1733 - 1799), Madame Quatrième, then Madame Victoire Sophie Philippine Élisabeth Justine de France (1734 - 1782), Madame Cinquième then Madame Sophie Marie Thérèse Félicité de France (1736 - 1744), Madame Sixième, then Madame Thérèse Louise Marie de France (1737 - 1787), Madame Septième or Dernière, then Madame Louise."--Wikipedia.

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