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  1. Hace 3 días · The Dauphin liked to surround himself at Meudon with his family, his friends and courtisans, in particular Marie-Adelaide of Savoy the Duchess of Burgundy, Marie-Anne of Bourbon (1666- 1739), his daughter-in-law, the Princess of Conti, and Louise Francoise de Bourbon, Duchess of Bourbon, (1673–1743), her two half-sisters, Louis-Antoine de Pardaillan de Gondrin D'Antin son of Madame de Montespan.

  2. Hace 2 días · Marie Victoire de Noailles (6 May 1688 – 30 September 1766) styled Mademoiselle de Noailles till 25 January 1707, when she married Louis de Pardaillan, Marquis of Gondrin. Anne Louise de Noailles (26 August 1695 - 19 May 1773) styled Mademoiselle de Noailles till 2 March 1716, when she married Jean François Mace Le Tellier, Marquis de Louvois.

  3. Hace 6 días · Louis VIII, king of France from 1223 to 1226, is not a monarch who has drawn significant attention from historians. His reign of just three years stands trapped between the nearly 43-year reign of his father, Philip Augustus, and the nearly 44-year reign of his son, Louis IX (later Saint Louis).

  4. Hace 6 días · Henry was already King of Navarre, as the successor of his mother, Jeanne d'Albret, but he owed his succession to the throne of France to the line of his father, Antoine of Bourbon, an agnatic descendant of Louis IX.

  5. Hace 6 días · Louis-Marie, viscount de Noailles (born April 17, 1756, Paris, France—died January 9, 1804, at sea near Cuba) was the second son of the marshal of Mouchy and one of the most distinguished members of the Noailles family in France.

  6. Hace 5 días · Robespierre: A Revolutionary Life. New Haven, CT, Yale University Press, 2012, ISBN: 9780300118117; 352pp.; Price: £25.00. Like his spiritual hero, Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Robespierre retained an enduring affection for dogs. He delighted in their companionship, and after long days spent toiling in the National Convention, was often seen walking ...

  7. Hace 6 días · The most notable members of the committee were Maximillien Robespierre, Georges Couthon, Louis-Antoine Saint-Just, and Lazare Carnot, the “organizer of victory.” Ultimately, fears of the continuing Terror, and of Robespierre’s personal power, led to a coup on 9 Thermidor (27 July), which broke the power of the Great Committee.