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  Comte de Paris - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Louis-Philippe, Comte de Paris (1838–1894): French Orleanist monarchists referred to him as "Louis-Philippe II", and then later when Henri, comte de Chambord died, he was recognized as the royalist heir by almost all French monarchists, and was occasionally known as Philippe VII.
His genealogical heir was Juan, Conde de Montizon, but most legitimists recognised Philippe, Comte de Paris as heir to the Comte de Chambord, because Felipe V of Spain, ancestor of the Conde de Montizon, renounced his rights to the French throne.
Thus, the Comte de Paris is the Orleanist pretender to the French throne.
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 Henri, Comte de Paris, Duc de France - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Henri Philippe Pierre Marie d'Orléans, Comte de Paris, Duc de France is the Orleanist pretender to the French throne.
He was born on June 14, 1933, as son of Henri, Comte de Paris and his wife Isabelle of Orleans-Braganza.
Henri, and a number of French royalists who considered it impossible for a head of the royal house to unilaterally disinherit someone, never recognised his father's decision, and refused all mail addressed to him as Comte de Mortain.
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 Guardian | Paris bailiffs on trail of rent-shy aristocrat
A spokeswoman for city hall in Paris said yesterday that bailiffs had been engaged to recover some £100,000 in back rent owed over the decade or so that the impecunious aristocrat occupied a small but sumptuous 17th-century council house in the chic 16th arrondissement.
The count's father, another Henri, died last year at the age of 90 after fighting for most of his life to have himself recognised as the rightful heir to the throne.
Henri senior, the would-be Henri VI of France, inherited the fortune of the House of Orleans, worth a healthy £400m, in 1940.
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 Untitled Document   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Henri VI bore his royal heritage with such political finesse that French republican leaders on both the right and the left mourned his passing.
Henri attended the University of Louvain in Belgium, and married Isabelle, granddaughter of the last Empress of Brazil.
Henri later moved them to Portugal, but after the war, the French allowed his heir to go to school in Bordeaux in 1947 and, three years later, abolished the law of exile.
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 Glossary of People: Co
Comte’s father, Louis Comte, a tax official, and his mother, Rosalie Boyer, were strongly royalist and Roman Catholic and at odds with the republicanism and scepticism that swept through France in the aftermath of the French Revolution.
Comte’s most important acquaintance in Paris was Henri de Saint-Simon, one of the founders of socialism and one of the first to see the importance of economic organisation in modern society.
Comte’s "law of the three stages" maintained that human intellectual development had moved historically from a theological stage, a transitional metaphysical stage, in which explanations were in terms of essences, final causes, and other abstractions; and finally to the modern positive stage, distinguished by an awareness of the limitations of human knowledge.
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 Claude Henri de Rouvroy, Comte de Saint-Simon biography .ms   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Claude Henri de Rouvroy, Comte de Saint-Simon (October 17, 1760 - May 19, 1825), the founder of French socialism, was born in Paris.
His valet had orders to awake him every morning with the words, "Remember, monsieur le comte, that you have great things to do." Among his early schemes was one to unite the Atlantic and the Pacific by a canal, and another to construct a canal from Madrid to the sea.
On his passing, Claude Henri de Rouvroy, Comte de Saint-Simon, was interred in Le Père Lachaise Cemetery in Paris.
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 Guardian | DNA may solve riddle of French king's death
Now two geneticists hope to provide part of the answer by DNA testing a heart preserved in a crystal urn which was supposedly removed from the king after he died of natural causes at the age of 10.
Despite opposition from the pretender to the extinct French throne - Henri, Comte de Paris - a Belgian scientist and his German colleague will be searching for genetic evidence that the heart once belonged to a member of the Bourbon royal line.
The Spanish Bourbons have never hidden their contempt for the Orléanist ancestors of the Comte de Paris, who they see as cynical usurpers who plotted the destruction of the legitimate French royal line.
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 little blue light - Henri Michaux
Henri Michaux was born May 24, 1899 in the small Belgian town of Namur, the second child of Octave Michaux, a shopkeeper, and his wife Jeanne.
Henri attended a countryside boarding school where he was an indifferent student and felt alienated from the other students.
Henri attempted his first poem in high school, but quickly became reticent about writing, fearing that language distorted thought and would prevent him from grasping the essential in lived experience.
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 The Failed Restration of 1873   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
The Comte de Chambord was persuaded to accept the following compromise by M. Charles Chesnelong, who was sent to see him on behalf of the monarchist deputies and who sought a solution acceptable to the right and the center who made up the majority in the Assembly (14 October 1873).
The Comte de Chambord was now faced with a fateful choice and, fully conscious of the reality of the political divisions even among the monarchists, despite his gesture to the Comte de Paris, decided to reject the uncertain compromise.
The Comte de Chambord in his will of 5 July 1883 had named his nephew the duke of Parma his universal heir, with the reserve for the enjoyment first of his widow, with many individual legacies to other family members, including the duke of Madrid, who was bequeathed the collars of the Orders.
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 HENRI, COMTE DE BOULAINVILLIERS - LoveToKnow Article on HENRI, COMTE DE BOULAINVILLIERS   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
BOULAINVILLIERS, HENRI, COMTE DE (1658-1722), French political writer, was born at St Saire in Normandy in 1658.
He wrote a number of historical works (published after his death), of which the most important were the folio wing: Histoire de I'ancien gouvernement de la France (La Haye, 1727); Etat de la France, avec des memoires sur I'ancien gouvernement (London, 1727); Histoire de la pairie de France (London, 1753); Histoire des Arabes (1731).
He was at great pains to prove the pretensions of his own family to ancient nobility, and maintained that the government should be entrusted solely to men of his class.
www.1911encyclopedia.org /B/BO/BOULAINVILLIERS_HENRI_COMTE_DE.htm   (197 words)

  
 Paris - free maps, posters and pictures. Art, history, music, museums, architecture, fashion and monuments in France's ...
Henry II had such imagination and grand plans for the Louvre that it was more than 300 years before these plans became reality.
Each king after Henry II attempted to complete the plans for the Louvre--it was a "work-in-progress." At times it was a strange mix--new buildings finished and unfinished, ancient structures in the midst of new buildings, and old battlements and towers that were strongholds as well as palace.
The second-which was called Rue de la Harpe on the left bank, Rue de la Barillerie on the island, Rue Saint-Denis on the right bank, Pont Saint-Michel on one arm of the Seine, Pont-aux-Change on the other-ran from the Porte Saint-Michel in the University to the Porte Saint-Denis in the Town.
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 Orleanist   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
During the Second Empire the discreet opposition of the Orleanists, exercised for the most part with infinite dexterity and tact, by reticences, omissions, and historical studies in which the Empire was attacked under foreign or ancient names, was a perpetual thorn in the side of Napoleon III.
As far back as 1850 Guizot had proposed, or had thought of proposing, one, but it was on the condition that the comte de Chambord would resign his divine pretensions.
Henri, Comte de Paris, "Duc de France" (b.
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 France's Pretender condemns the euro
Henri, Comte de Paris, is a frail but outspoken defender of French nationhood who has long hoped that his family would one day be offered the throne it last held in 1848.
The comte, who inherited his title on his father's death in 1940 but was not allowed to set foot in France until 10 years later, attacked both the French Left and Right, which he accused of lacking "common sense".
The heir to the Comte de Paris is his eldest son, Henri, Comte de Clermont, who can expect to inherit little more than the title of Pretender.
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 Comte, Auguste on Encyclopedia.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
From 1818 to 1824 he contributed to the publications of Saint-Simon, and the direction of much of Comte's future work may be attributed to this association.
He sees the intellectual development of man covered by what is called the Law of the Three Stages—theological, in which events were largely attributed to supernatural forces; metaphysical, in which natural phenomena are thought to result from fundamental energies or ideas; and positive, in which phenomena are explained by observation, hypotheses, and experimentation.
The former maid of Sarah BERNHARDT and concierge of the Maison d'Auguste Comte.
www.encyclopedia.com /html/C/Comte-A1u.asp   (734 words)

  
 Editorial   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Paris in the 1920's and 1930's was the city, more than any other in Europe, where the modern cosmopolitan world was starting to show its alluring face.
The originial edition of Paris by Night was published in Paris in 1933 under the title Paris de nuit.
Paintings from Paris - Early 20th century paintings and sculptures from the Musee d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris - catalogue of a touring exhibition 2 July to 31 December 1978 Oxford, Norwich, Manchester and Coventry.
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 Pretender   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
From a genealogical point, Eugene Matteo (de Lusignan) de Armenia was created a Sicilian title and worked as a Jurat in Malta and in Sicily.
Following the death of the childless legitimist pretender 'Henry V', Comte de Chambord, grandson of King Charles X of France in the 1880s, the majority of Legitimists accepted the Comte's selection as heir, the Orleanist pretender, the Comte de Paris, grandson of King Louis-Philippe as the Legitimist pretender to the French throne.
Later, however, one of Glyndwr's cousins, Owain Tudor, would marry the widow of Henry V, and their grandson would become Henry VII, from whom the current British monarch is descended (through his daughter Margaret Tudor, who was married off to James IV of Scotland).
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 The Motley Fool UK: Daily Fool, 27/7/1999
Henri d'Orleans, Comte de Paris, was a direct descendant of the last king of France, Louis Philippe, who fled the country in 1848.
The only possible way Henri's actions could be deemed Foolish is if he had decided that his asset classes were too heavily concentrated in the French property market and illiquid items like antiques, paintings, diamonds and jewellery.
However, if carefree Henri had decided to put just this £40 on the FT 30, today he would be sitting on a remarkable £3.24m -- an average annual return of only 7.7%, in a period that included the last five years of the Second World War followed by a period of widespread nationalisation.
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 Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec
Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec was born on November 24, 1864, in southern France.
Son and heir of Comte Alphonse-Charles de Toulouse, he was the last in the line of an aristocratic family that dated back a thousand years.
He dwelt in the Montmartre section of Paris, the center of the cabaret entertainment and bohemian life that he loved to depict in his work.
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 Royal News 2002, Section I   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Comte André Walewski (son of Cte Alexandre Walewski, a descendant in the direct male line, albeit illegitimate, of Emperor Napoléon I) and his wife, née Hélène Desmousseaux de Givré, had a daughter, Hortense, on 29 May.
Marie Elisabeth Zellinger de Balkany (daughter of Robert Zellinger de Balkany and of his former wife, Princess Maria Gabriella of Savoy [herself a daughter of the late King Umberto II of Italy]) married Olivier Janssens at Chene-Bourg, near Geneva, on 31 October.
Don Vicente Sartorius y Cabeza de Vaca, Marques de Mariño (husband of Princess Norberta of Liechtenstein [herself the daughter of the late Fürst Franz Joseph II of Liechtenstein (1906-1989) and of his wife, Georgine Gräfin v.Wilczek (1921-1989)]) died in Ibiza on 22 July.
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 Royal News 2003, Section I
In 1931 she married Prince Henri d'Orléans, who in 1940 succeeded his father as head of the Royal House of Orléans, and was thus recognized by a majority of French monarchists as the head of the Royal House of France and legitimate claimant to the French throne.
Marie Elisabeth Zellinger de Balkany (daughter of Robert Zellinger de Balkany and of his former wife, Princess Maria Gabriella of Savoy [herself a daughter of the late King Umberto II of Italy]) married Olivier Janssens in a religious ceremony at Sainte-Mesme, near Paris, on 26 April.
Anna Margarita Maria Elvira de Bourbon Dubin (daughter of Filberto de Bourbon [himself the son of Princess Elvira de Borbón (herself the daughter of Infant Carlos of Spain, Duke of Madrid) and of her companion, Filippo Folchi] and of his wife, née Lucia Vazquez y Carrizosa) died at Norwalk Hospital on 14 August.
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 The French Royal Family: A Genealogy
Louis XI had natural children, of which Jeanne (†1519), dame de Mirebeau, was legitimated in 1465 and married to Louis, bâtard de Bourbon; Marie, married to Aymar de Poitiers and from whom Diane de Poitiers, mistress of Henri II, is descended.
The younger, Louise-Marie-Charlotte (1809-91), was made comtesse de Vierzon and married to the Athanase-Charles, baron de Charette (the present (1996) French foreign minister Hervé de Charette is her great-great-grandson).
Henri III Jules de Bourbon, prince de Condé, had a daughter Julie de Bourbon (1668-1710), Mademoiselle de Châteaubriant, legitimated, bearing France a baton couped in bend sinister gules; married to Armand de Lesparre de Madaillan (D'Hozier).
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Histoire ancienne du linceul de Turin tome I
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 WebMuseum: Toulouse-Lautrec, Henri de
Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec was born on Nov. 24, 1864, in Albi, France.
He stayed in the Montmartre section of Paris, the center of the cabaret entertainment and bohemian life that he loved to paint.
In the Salon of the Rue des Moulins
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 Royal News: June 1999
Henri d'Orléans Comte de Paris died at his domicile in Dreux, France, during the civil wedding ceremony of his grandson Eudes with Marie-Liesse de Rohan-Chabot.
The new count of Paris is the oldest son Henri, Comte de Clermont.
Henri d'Orléans, Count of Paris was laid to rest in Dreux.
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So, Henri, his sons Jean and Eudes, and grandson Pierre are directly in line to inherit the throne of France if it is ever re-established.
Twenty years later "men will walk with their children over the ruins (of Paris) and say 'this was once a great city.'" Yet from out of the northern French provinces (possibly Britanny in the NW or else near the forest of Ardennes due north and NE) "Chiren" will arise.
He will gain control of the northern part of France, which will be free, and battle the Islamics who will camp in their pavilions and slaughter 'infidels' in the south (just the opposite of World War II when Vichy France was in the south and the Nazis controlled the north).
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