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Louis Philippe was born in Paris in 1773 and died in 1850.
Louis Philippe belonged to a branch of the French royal family stemming from Philippe I, duc d'Orleans, the brother of King Louis XIV.
Louis Philippe was in sympathy with the French Revolution, and in 1790 he joined the Jacobins, members of a French radical political club.
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 Louis-Philippe of France - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Born in Paris, Louis-Philippe was the son of Louis Philippe Joseph, duc d'Orléans (known as "Philippe Égalité"), and a descendent of King Louis XIII.
Louis Charles, duc de Nemours (b. 25 October 1814–d.1896) married Viktoria of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha (b.1822–d.1857).
After the abdication of Napoleon, and the restoration of the monarchy under his cousin King Louis XVIII Louis-Philippe returned to live in France, claiming sympathy with the liberated citizens of the country.
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 Louis Philippe. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05
In the July Revolution of 1830, Louis Philippe was made lieutenant general of the realm and, with the support of the marquis de Lafayette, was chosen “king of the French.”; His reign, known as the July Monarchy, marked the triumph of the wealthy bourgeoisie and a return to influence of many former Napoleonic officials.
In the early years of his reign, Louis Philippe’s basically conservative outlook was strengthened by a number of workers’ demonstrations and by several attempts on his life, notably that of Giuseppe Fieschi (1835).
Louis Philippe was known as the “citizen king”; because of his bourgeois manner and dress, and he and his regime were satirized by Honoré Daumier.
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 LOUIS PHILIPPE I. - LoveToKnow Article on LOUIS PHILIPPE I.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
With characteristic caution Louis Philippe refused to commit himself by any overt pretensions, and announced his intention of going to America; but in the hope that something might happen in France to his advantage, he postponed his departure, travelling instead through the Scandinavian countries as far north as Lapland.
In August 1313 the German throne had again become vacant, and Louis was chosen at Frankfort on the 2oth of October 1314 by a majority of the electors, and his coronation followed at Aix-la-Chapelle on the 25th of November.
In the cbntest Louis was helped by the Minorites, who were upholding against John the principal of clerical poverty, and by the writings of Marsilius of Padua (who dedicated to Louis his Defensor pads), William of Occam, John of Jandun and others.
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 Encyclopedia: Louis-Philippe of France   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Born in Paris, Louis-Philippe was the son of Louis Philippe Joseph, duc d'Orléans (known as "Philippe Égalité"), and a descendofnt from King Louis XIII.
Louis Charles Philippe Raphael, duc de Nemours (October 25, 1814 - June 26, 1896) was the second son of the duke of Orleans, afterwards King Louis Philippe.
Louis XVIII (November 17, 1755 - September 16, 1824) was King of France and Navarre from 1814 (although he declared that he considered his reign to have begun in 1795) until his death in 1824, with a brief break in 1815 due to Napoleons return in the Hundred Days.
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 AllRefer.com - Louis Philippe (French History, Biography) - Encyclopedia
In the July Revolution of 1830, Louis Philippe was made lieutenant general of the realm and, with the support of the marquis de Lafayette, was chosen "king of the French." His reign, known as the July Monarchy, marked the triumph of the wealthy bourgeoisie and a return to influence of many former Napoleonic officials.
Louis Philippe abdicated in favor of his grandson (see OrlEans, family), but a republic was set up.
Louis Philippe was known as the "citizen king" because of his bourgeois manner and dress, and he and his regime were satirized by HonorE Daumier.
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 Louis Philippe Biography / Biography of Louis Philippe Biography Biography
Louis Philippe (1773-1850) was king of the French from 1830 to 1848.
Born in Paris on Oct. 6, 1773, Louis Philippe was the eldest son of Philippe Égalité, Duc d'Orléans.
When Louis Philippe returned to France in 1814, Louis XVIII elevated him to the peerage, appointed him colonel general of Hussars, and restored to him all of the family's sequestered estates that had not been sold--a restitution which made him rich.
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 Victor Hugo : Les Miserables : Chapter III. Louis Philippe
Louis Philippe will be classed among the eminent men of his century, and would be ranked among the most illustrious governors of history had he loved glory but a little, and if he had had the sentiment of what is great to the same degree as the feeling for what is useful.
Louis Philippe had been handsome, and in his old age he remained graceful; not always approved by the nation, he always was so by the masses; he pleased.
Louis Philippe was a king of the broad daylight.
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 Louis-Philippe Ier - Wikipédia
Né à Paris, Louis Philippe d'Orléans, était le fils de Louis Philippe Joseph d'Orléans (1747-1793) (connu sous le nom de « Philippe Égalité »), duc d'Orléans et de Louise Marie Adélaïde de Bourbon (1753-1821).
Louis d'Orléans (né le 25 octobre 1814), prince du sang, duc de Nemours
Craignant de subir le même sort que Louis XVI et Marie-Antoinette, il se déguisa et quitta Paris.
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 Louis-Philippe - Wikipédia
Louis Philippe d'Orléans (1838-1894), duc d'Orléans, dit le « comte de Paris ;» (son prénom usuel devint par la suite Philippe tout court)
Louis Philippe d'Orléans (1845-1866), dit le « prince de Condé », fils aîné d'Henri d'Orléans (1822-1897), duc d'Aumale.
Louis Philippe d'Orléans (1979-1980), second fils de Thibaut d'Orléans (1948-1983), lui-même dernier enfant d'Henri d'Orléans (1908-1999).
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Louis himself had a singular habit of swinging his body backward and forward when talking, "which exactly resembled the heavings of a ship at sea." "We were a very short time at table," Greville adds; "the meal was a very plain one, and the ladies and gentlemen all got up together.
Louis Philippe, after accepting the lieutenant-generalship of the kingdom, which would have made him regent under Henri V., found himself raised by the will of the people--or rather, as some said, by the will of the _bourgeoisie_--to the French throne.
The eldest daughter of Louis Philippe, the Princess Louise, was married, soon after her father's elevation to the throne, to King Leopold of Belgium, widower of the English Princess Charlotte, and uncle to Prince Albert and to Queen Victoria.
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 Royalty.nu - French Royal History - Louis XIV, King of France
Louis XIV and the French Monarchy by Andrew Lossky and Marie-Ellias Lossky.
Louis XIV and the Parlements: The Assertion of Royal Authority by John Jeter Hurt.
The Affair of the Poisons: Murder, Infanticide and Satanism at the Court of Louis XIV by Anne Somerset.
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 France in the Nineteenth Century, 1830-1890
Louis himself had a singular habit of swinging his body backward and forward Page 12 when talking, "which exactly resembled the heavings of a ship at sea." "We were a very short time at table," Greville adds; "the meal was a very plain one, and the ladies and gentlemen all got up together.
Louis Philippe, who was at Raincy (or supposed to be Page 26 there, for the envoys always believed he was behind a curtain during their interview with his wife and sister), having received a message from Madame Adélaïde, set out soon after for Paris.
The eldest daughter of Louis Philippe, the Princess Louise, was married, soon after her father's elevation to the throne, to King Leopold of Belgium, widower of the English Princess Charlotte, and uncle to Prince Albert and Page 37 to Queen Victoria.
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 Louis Philippe
Louis Philippe, 1773–1850, king of the French (1830–48), known before his accession as Louis Philippe, duc d'Orléans.
In the early years of his reign, Louis Philippe's basically conservative outlook was strengthened by a number of workers' demonstrations and by several attempts on his life, notably that of Giuseppe
Louis Philippe was known as the “citizen king”; because of his bourgeois manner and dress, and he and his regime were satirized by Honoré
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Born in Paris, Louis-Philippe, as the son of Louis Philippe Joseph, Duc d'Orléans (known as "Philippe Égalité"), descended directly from King Louis XIII.
With the restoration of the monarchy under his cousin King Louis XVIII and then under the reign of Louis' brother, King Charles X, the popularity of Louis-Philippe grew.
In 1830, the July Revolution overthrew the repressive regime of Charles X. Charles abdicated in favour of his grandson, whom monarchists regarded as the legitimate Bourbon king.
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When Louis Philippe fled France February 24, 1848, a handful of Bonapartists gathered at the Vendôme column with shouts of "Long live the Emperor!" There were few other early signs of support for this 40-year-old nephew of Napoleon I. Yet, by the end of the year he was president of France.
Despite the opposition of Lamartine and Ledru-Rollin, after a debate in the assembly Louis Napoleon was admitted as a member on June 13, with the support of Louis Blanc, Victor Hugo, and Jules Favre.
Louis Napoleon at once moved into the Elysée palace where he hosted a private banquet for veterans of the Strasbourg and Boulogne coups.
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 Louis-Philippe, duc d' Orléans - Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Philippe II was regent for the five-year old Louis XV upon the death in 1715 of Louis XIV.
During his regency, Philippe II endeavored to secure his own secession over that of Philip V of Spain, Louis XIV's grandson, if the sickly Louis XV were to die.
Philippe II's machinations to secure his secession turned out to be for naught; his Regency ended when Louis XV came of age in 1723, and Philippe II died the following year.
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 Louis Philippe on Encyclopedia.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Philippe Presti, Philippe Mourniac et Luc Pillot (g à d) en septembre dernier Philippe Presti (g), remplacé par Luc Pillot.
Philippe Douste-Blazy (g) s'adresse mardi à la mission d'information sur la problématique de l'assurance maladie aux côtés d.
Philippe Douste-Blazy (g) s'adresse à la mission d'information sur la problématique de l'assurance maladie aux côtés du prés.
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 Louis-Philippe Pigeon   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
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Legend Antiques Specializing in continental antiques from the 18th to 20th centuries including pieces from Louis XIII-XVI, Louis Philippe, Napoleon II and other periods.
Philippe, Louis French singer-songwriter; includes discography, MP3s, message board, e-mail newsletter and pictures.
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 Movers: 19th Century - By Miles Hodges   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
With the execution of his brother Louis XVI in early 1793 and the elevation (in the eyes of the royalists) of his 7-year old son to the rights of the French throne as Louis XVII, Louis declared himself French Regent.
Louis Philippe was a distant cousin of the brothers Louis XVI, Louis XVIII and Charles X. Although he too was a Bourbon, he preferred the Orléans identity of his more immediate ancestors.
Louis Adolphe Thiers headed a delegation which invited him to become King of the French--Louis Philippe I, the "citizen king." In a dramatic appearance before the Chamber (Louis Philippe was wearing the tricolor of French Republicanism) he accepted their invitation.
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 Pennsylvania House Furniture Company   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
However, with the Louis Philippe™ collection from Pennsylvania House, you might just find that your home's interior environment possesses that same je ne sais quoi that one might find in a sophisticated Paris apartment or a villa in Provence.
Louis Philippe™ offers smooth, grand silhouettes and epitomizes the time period of the famous French king, a time when ostentatious opulence was replaced with a subtler, but no less striking design style.
Fit for a palace of any size, Louis Philippe was inspired by an actual antique purchased at a Paris flea market, and it evokes that same years old feel with authentic design details such as mitred molding, shield and key hardware and a rich and clear hand-rubbed finish.
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 LOUIS PHILIPPE, DUKE OF ORLEANS (1725-1785) - LoveToKnow Article on LOUIS PHILIPPE, DUKE OF ORLEANS (1725-1785)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
ORLEANS, LOUIS PHILIPPE, DUKE OF (1725-1785), son of Louis, duke of Orleans, was born at Versailles on the i2th of May 1725, and was known as the duke of Chartres until his father's death in 1752.
LOUIS PHILIPPE ROBERT, DUKE OF ORLEANS (1869-) »
See: LOUIS PHILIPPE, DUKE OF ORLEANS (1725-1785) at LoveToKnow.
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 Sunshine - The Louis Philippe Web Site - News
Louis be performing in London with Stuart Moxham (ex-Young Marble Giants) at the chickfactor extravaganza on Saturday 11 December.
Louis will be absent from the message board for 2 weeks whilst he relaxes in the greek sunshine...
Martin Newell's The Off-White album which Louis produced, and on which he played guitar, piano, keys, and sung, and made tea,will be re-released in November by Cherry Red, with new liner notes by Louis.
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 AllRefer.com - OrlEans, Louis Philippe Joseph, duc d' (French History, Biography) - Encyclopedia
OrlEans, Louis Philippe Joseph, duc d'[lwE fElEp´ zhOzef´ dUk dOrlAAN´] Pronunciation Key, known as Philippe EgalitE[AgAlEtA´] Pronunciation Key, 1747–93, French revolutionist; great-grandson of Philippe II, duc d'OrlEans (see OrlEans, family) and great-great-great-grandson of King Louis XIII.
His liberal views were suspected of cloaking an ambition to become constitutional monarch, and as the revolution progressed he lost the confidence of both republicans and royalists.
When his eldest son deserted to the enemy with General Dumouriez, Philippe EgalitE was arrested (Apr., 1793).
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 Louis-Philippe of France -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
In 1830, the July Revolution overthrew the repressive regime of Charles X. Charles abdicated in favour of his grandson, whom monarchists regarded as the legitimate (Whiskey distilled from a mash of corn and malt and rye and aged in charred oak barrels) Bourbon king.
Prince Louis Napoleon Bonaparte performed a coup of the government December 2 1851.
Most French monarchists regard the descendants of Louis Philippe's grandson, who hold the title (Click link for more info and facts about comte de Paris) comte de Paris, as the rightful (A claimant to the throne or to the office of ruler (usually without just title)) pretender to the French throne.
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